Here’s the rest of that cool ’81 CJ-8. This is one of those Jeeps built to go way out there. The engine isn’t stock, but it’s still reliable in the form of a 4.6L inline-six stroker with both a welder and onboard air. A T-176 four-speed manual and a twin-stick-converted Dana 300 back the stroker while a front Dana 44 and rear Sterling 10.25 put power to the ground. Both axles were packed with 4.88 gears and ARB Air Lockers. A spring-over conversion and home-built bastard leaf packs provide the clearance for the 37-inch MT/Rs. Other neat features are a 4:1 Klune underdrive, a 33-gallon Aero gas tank, and the ARB switches are right on the shifter for easy access. Mark Beguelin is the owner, and he knew a lot of the history and other points of interest surrounding Bronco Canyon.