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Is There A Serial Number Chart Covering The Tuxedo Park ( Cj5a ) Jeeps?

Discussion in 'Early CJ5 and CJ6 Tech' started by maurywhurt, Mar 8, 2017.

  1. Dec 15, 2018
    ojgrsoi

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    KeithR

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    Thanks, cool to know it's late '64
     
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    KeithR

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    Thanks for the chart, my wife says now we know when 'her' (the Jeep's) birthday is
     
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    Rick Whitson

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    1. Welcome from Michigan Keith. Mine was built in July of 64, 11568, I was 19, July 02, and just got out of High School when it was built. Thanks for posting this information, Rick
     
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    KeithR

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    Thanks, Rick. I've wanted a Jeep since a kid and it doesn't disappoint. Tux is an added bonus.
     
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    Keys5a

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    Welcome from south Florida! I own a '64 Tux, #11400, though titled as a '65. My dad bought it new in '65 and I grew up with it. I need to bring it back to its original specification as I highly modified it around 1979.
    -Donny
     
  7. Sep 16, 2020
    Jeff P

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    Hello, i know this is a little old of a thread. I bought my Tux park a few years ago. vin is 8322 10974. It's titled as a 1965. The frame is stamped #74 where the serial number is so i'm assuming it the original. I'm pretty sure the drivetrain has been swapped as it is a twin stick and floor shifter. But the dash is cut for the column shifter. Also almost all of the Tux Park stuff is missing. From what i understand there is no way to figure out what exactly what came with it as far as options. Is the F head also. Any info on actually build date? Thanks!
     
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    Keys5a

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    I'm away from home now, so don't have access to my Tux serial lists. Your Tux came with an F134 and a T90c column shift, with a single lever transfer case. It had a 1/3-2/3 bench seat, chrome bumpers and trim, and typical options were a chrome grab bar on the dash, full hubcaps, and rear wheelhouse pads.
    -Donny
     
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  9. Sep 17, 2020
    Jeff P

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    Someone welded plates to the rear where the wheelhouse pads would be. Explains why when I look underneath they're rusted out. Ashame it's been butchered like it has been. Someone def turned it into a trail rig.
     

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