I have located all the needed materials and components (garolite, rivets, and terminals). To make a prototype would cost about $25 for materials....
Really sad. That will make a very sweet one. Wish I had it in my collection.
Fuel filter backward, vapor lock, fuel tank vent???
I think it's the best setup!
Thanks everyone. Should have painted it orange. It already has the peel. That one that sold on eBay for roughly $6000 is like mine except...
My Sparton didn't work when I got it. Rebuilt it and now it works and looks almost new.
, I'VE heard enough. Black is my plan. Couldn't imagine any other color. But it's true, newer Jeeps do match body color. Thanks. Btw - it...
Sorry for the late reply. Did the pin stripe myself. And, yes it does look like my amateur work. lol.
Finally got to do some assembly. Bought it last December and worked on it all winter and still more to do. Now everything is ready to finish....
Hey Ken. Will one of those fit my 70 CJ with V6 and T14, If so, I would like to buy it. Thanks and it was nice to meet you recently.
The price is $15,000. Supposed to be a lifelong collection. Title of thread won't even let me write such a number!
Looks like a bargain for deep pockets and lots of storage. In Hallsville, MO. (Craigslist)[ATTACH]
I would love to own that. Can you PM me?
Interesting that they would have punched the holes in all CJ tailgates? Then only used them for a limited number of mark III?
What do most people do with those 2 holes? I'm working on my tailgate right now.
Nearly twins then? Was production in 1960 grouped by components used instead of mixed as is today?
Ok I'm back looking for a bracket that was said did not belong on my 70 cj. My tailgate has a flat rectangular area. Some later ones were...
Looks like it is a 60 model CJ5
The owner called me. There is no title. He has zero Jeep knowledge. I have some. From our call, I guess it's a CJ5 from the early 60's. T-90...
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