1980 CJ5 I almost feel like he should ask more for it. Everything about it looks pretty good.
The half cab and bench seat sounds like a good combo for a CJ6
I couldn't find rubber ones but they sound a lot more sensible for dirt roads. Hopefully I won't hate my poly ones, haven't taken it out yet.
Vintage kenwood is good stuff (y)
Id get the 258 rebuilt if you have the means. But im a fanboy and theyre getting hard to find.
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I had some help with mine in here
Yeah id say thats worth it. The alternatives are an FJ40, Series land rover, or fixing one up to be this nice-and all of those are a lot more!...
1969 Jeepster Commando on KSL.com
Just checking, a lot quicker to buy than to fabricate!
No Reserve: 1973 Jeep CJ-5
Someone posted the craigslist link on this a while back, I can't remember what it was originally going for though. I'm...
It looks like a cake that has been rained on, I don't even know how they get that bad
I was like "$1600 is fair for the parts at least" and then read that it doesn't have the engine and such...
If it ran at this price it'd be fine...
1972 Jeep Cj-5 Body Here's a tub to go with it (y)
It seems like CJs are a magnet for ghetto repairs and "upgrades". That takes a lot of patience to work through, good job!
I would honestly guess they are all the same. The stamping details sure look similar. Unless differences can actually be proven I would just go...
Maybe that post can be machined? It doesn't look too hard with the right tools
Don't forget the pushrod bushing! I couldn't find one marketed for...
Redundancy or failure points
depending on if you're an optimist or a pessimist
If only we could have silent air tools to go with it!
I wouldn't throw any away though. There are specialists out there that rebuild gauges, and there is probably someone out there willing to go those...
Looks about right! I'll try it out tomorrow. I really appreciate it
I might see if someone else answers first, just in case the location changed when they went to swinging pedals. I appreciate it though, I'll let...
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