1960 Willys Cj5 on 2040-cars
Olcott, New York, United States
For Sale By:Private Seller
Interior Color: Black
Number of Cylinders: 4
Drive Type: STANDARD
Options: 4-Wheel Drive, Convertible
Sub Model: CJ5
Exterior Color: Green
Number of Doors: 2
COMPLETE OFF FRAM RESTORATION. EVERYTHING NEW FROM TOP TO BOTTOM. SUPER SWAMP TIRES. RIGHT NOW IT HAS NO TOP OR DOORS ATTACHED. ORIGINALS ARE AVAILABLE AND INCLUDED BUT THEY NEED PAINTED . SEATS ARE REDONE. NEW BODY. COMPLETE NEW PAINT JOB WITH SIX COATS OF CLEARCOAT. STORED IN MY GARAGE. NEW 3 INCH ROLL BAR. NEW WARREN WINCH. NEW HIGH LIFT JACK MOUNTED ON REAR. IF YOU BOUGHT IT, I WOULD SUGGEST YOU RENT AN ENCLOSED TRAILER TO TOW IT HOME. HAS NOT BEEN OUT IN ANY BAD WEATHER. NO WINTERS, NO SALT.
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Auto blogWed, 15 Jan 2014
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration investigation into headliner fires experienced by a small number of Jeep Grand Cherokee and Dodge Durango owners has been upgraded to an engineering analysis, the step before the initiation of a recall. In August last year the investigation began with 146,000 Grand Cherokees from 2012 after three complaints were received, but a report on Edmunds says it has been expanded to include 593,299 vehicles covering the 2011-2013 model years for the Jeep and the Dodge Durango, which uses the same headliner assembly, because of possibly 52 incidents of fire.
In some of those incidents drivers have reported a burning odor, smoke or open flames that were contained to the headliner or migrated to another area of the passenger compartment. The culprit has apparently been found: NHTSA blaming an electrical short in the sun visor vanity light wiring, which is routed under the headliner and held in place by three screws. Chrysler began its own probe into the issue when it was first reported and is still looking into the situation while, "fully supporting the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration's investigation."
Thu, 06 Jun 2013
They have the very best intentions of rolling out a seven-passenger vehicle.
Wagonmaster has made a name for itself restoring and selling factory-perfect Jeep Grand Wagoneer models, bridging the gap between when the last production machine rolled off the line in 1991 and present day. The company's efforts haven't gone unnoticed. The entire Jeep product planning team took a little field trip to the company's facility in Kerrville, Texas back in December, and they weren't just there to take in the sights. According to owner Leon Miller's son, Chip Miller, the Jeep team was there to do research for the successor to the Grand Wagoneer throne.
Despite its refusal to recall 2.7 million Jeep Grand Cherokee and Liberty models this week over a gas tank fire risk, Chrysler will be recalling 630,000 Jeep Compass (pictured), Patriot and Wrangler vehicles around the globe for a pair of entirely different reasons.
The affected Compass and Patriot models are all from the 2010 to 2012 model years - 254,000 in the United States, 45,400 in Canada and 109,000 elsewhere in the world. In these models, a software error may result in the late deployment of the side airbags and seatbelt tensioners. In the event of a crash, failure of these systems could result in more serious injuries for the vehicle's occupants.
Jeep's go-anywhere Wrangler also faces a separate recall due to power steering fluid lines that can possibly wear a hole in the transmission oil cooler line. According to Chrysler, the vehicles could then leak fluid, possibly damaging the transmissions. Roughly 221,100 Wrangler models are being recalled because of this issue, all of which are fitted with Jeep's 3.6-liter Pentastar V6 engine. In the US, 181,000 vehicles are affected, with an additional 18,400 in Canada and 21,700 additional units worldwide. A Chrysler spokesperson said that no crashes or injuries have been reported with either case, according to the Associated Press.