In 1983, the last of the SJ-series Jeep Cherokees rolled off the assembly line to be replaced by the legendary XJ-series Cherokee the following year. Based on the four-door Wagoneer, the Cherokee is one of the best auto designs in history, and this final-year 1983 Cherokee Laredo shows why. Fully decked out in all its late 70's-early 80's glory, this Cherokee came from the factory with a cassette player and CB radio mounted on the transmission tunnel. The Jamaican Beige paint with brown and orange accents over a nutmeg interior has aged surprisingly well and catches the eye in today's sea of monochrome crossovers. A true time capsule, this Laredo comes with the service records and original window sticker and is an excellent surviving example of one of America's most storied car makers.