Eric Bickel’s Topaz Gold Metallic ’82 CJ-7 Jamboree Edition is as period-perfect as he can make it. It’s one of the second batch produced. It wears number 0152 and is shown here with the Accessory Package, though, like almost all surviving Jamborees, it was not originally so equipped. In fact, as far as we and Eric can tell, Jeep sold only a handful of them with the package; right now, only one that left the dealer with it is known to survive. A correct Accessory Package adds $1,800-$2,500 to the market value of a Jamboree. He’s had this Jambo since 2006, and it was originally a Colorado Jeep. It has the “low” 3.31:1 axle ratio option, which was common on high-altitude Jeeps, and has the period-correct lockable storage box. Mike Jewell of Austin Jeeps brought it back to perfect condition in 2016.