Hello, first post here. I was checking to see the latest value on my Scrambler that I special ordered in 1983 for my current auto insurance policy. I've been reading about trim packages & base, SR & SL models. Awesome info & accurate! I've owned a 1976 Levi's CJ-5 and wanted this Jeep to be special ( my way ) for it could be & was my last Jeep purchase. I found out that the Scrambler's were a limited project from AMC Toledo, so I drove to my dealer, ASAP. Here's what I know now. In the 1983 sales brochure ( I still have it ) it said you could have your jeep top/doors done a few different ways. No top, hard top & hard doors, hard half-cab with steel doors, soft top & soft doors or as it says, soft top with steel doors. I later found out from a former supervisor at the plant that they made a few of the soft top/hard door versions in 81 & 82, but not many after that. He related that the last 12 of these special combos were built in in 1983, which I have one. I saw 5 at one time where on vacation in Virginia Beach, VA. I wonder how many of these are around? Anyone have this combo? Here are a few things I had done at the factory when I ordered it. Base model with stock wheels, no decals anywhere, I had the spare tire mounted on the roll bar instead of at the tailgate, purchased the wood side rails (really makes the Jeep, and why the new Gladiator's don't) and lastly I bought a full size custom bed mat (heavy duty rubber) with matching tailgate cover with the Jeep & AMC logo's on them. The only item I added was American Racing mags & 2 full size steps from a company Steel Horse Automotive, they are sweet, instead of the hollow half step on most Scrambler rear bumpers. I've checked & they no longer make these. Great sight & passionate Jeepers!