1979 Amc Jeep Cj5 Golden Eagle. Cj-5. Rare And Original. Runs, Drives, Stops.... on 2040-cars
Doylestown, Pennsylvania, United States
|Here is my 1979 Jeep CJ5 Golden Eagle. I have done a lot of work already to the Jeep but can't finish it. Factory Tach and Clock. Tachometer works but the Clock doesn't. Power Steering but No Power Brakes. It has a Reman Engine with about 60000 miles on it and a new clutch at the time of the engine replacement. New Rebuilt factory 2 barrel carburetor along with a New Fuel Pump, Filter and lines. Also installed a new Galvanized Gas Tank with New Hoses and a New Sending Unit. New Front Brake Calipers, Pads and Brake Pads. New Tail Lights.
The frame is in very good shape! But the body needs lots of patching. I started to weld in patch panels in the rear over the body mounts. I removed most of the rust in the floor boards and started to fit replacement panels for welding.
The seats are all ripped but the Drivers is the worst. The dash pad is in great shape! I have the spare Factory wheel with an Original Tire still on it! I have no top for the Jeep. Only the Bikini top. I do have the Step for the drivers side.
I have some Extras for the Jeep that will be offered to the new owner. If they don't want to buy them then I will be listing them on here at a later date.
Any questions feel free to ask!
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I have a Clear signed New Jersey Title for the Jeep. I haven't had the chance to transfer it over to my name to get a PA title.
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Wed, 25 Jun 2014 09:28:00 EST
Automakers the world over are striving to find ways to make their models more efficient, and Chrysler has a solution for some versions of the 2015 Chrysler 200 and 2015 Jeep Cherokee (2014 model shown). The Tigershark 2.4-liter four-cylinder in the 200 and the 3.2-liter Pentastar V6 in the Cherokee are getting a slight boost later this year thanks to the addition of Chrysler's Engine Stop-Start system as standard equipment. The company predicts modest gains - a three-percent improvement in fuel economy and a three percent reduction in CO2 emissions with the new tech compared to without it. While it's not much, those who sit in traffic a lot may see a difference.
Fri, 23 Aug 2013 14:30:00 EST
Chrysler's stop/start system uses a high-speed starter motor to restart the vehicle in a claimed a third of a second. It works by detecting when the vehicle comes to a stop and turning off the engine. A more powerful battery maintains all of the model's accessories while it sits. When the driver lets off the brake, the car starts up again to drive away. There is even a button in the cabin to turn the ESS off, if desired.
The Jeep will be the first to receive ESS in the third quarter of this year to coincide with the start of production of the 2015 model-year version. The 200 will follow in the fourth quarter as a rolling change in production.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is launching an investigation into 146,000 Jeep Grand Cherokee SUVs from the 2012 model year, The Detroit News reports. This comes as the result of the government safety agency receiving three complaints from owners who cited fires inside the Jeep's cabin.
Thu, 02 Jan 2014 13:30:00 EST
According to the report, NHTSA says:
"The customers reported a burning odor and visible smoke coming from the headliner while the vehicle was being driven. This was followed by flames from the headliner itself. Customers lowered the windows in an effort to clear the smoke but this increased the fire's intensity. All three vehicles had to be extinguished with a fire extinguisher or by the fire department as they continued to burn after the vehicle was turned off."
Some background: one of the more scandalous international incidents of he-said/he-said from 2012 was when Swedish magazine Teknikens Varld put the Jeep Grand Cherokee through its "moose (or elk) test" and reported that the SUV nearly rolled over. That lead to a whole lot of accusations and rebuttals: more than one website and Chrysler's own blog reported that the Jeep was overloaded; Chrysler said Teknikens printed the magazine then let Chrysler respond, Teknikens answered all of the charges in a lengthy post and said Chrysler was given a chance to comment before it went to print; when Chrysler sent investigators to oversee the test and the Jeep didn't go up on two wheels as it did in the first test, furthermore all four wheels stayed on the ground when Auto Motor und Sport tested a Grand Cherokee in the same way.
Teknikens then re-ran the test with a new vehicle and said it's been doing this test since the 1970s, uses the loading information that Chrysler provides to the Swedish motor authority and the previous Grand Cherokee passed with no problem. In the second test, the Jeep failed again, then it gave Chrysler engineers access to the car's electronics and ran the test again. In that second round the Grand Cherokee didn't repeat the lurid two-wheel action, but in eleven runs it blew out front left tire seven times. Chrysler still objects to the results of all of those tests and maintains that vehicle was safe.
The 2014 Grand Cherokee was given its shot at the gauntlet in the latest round of moose tests, and Teknikens Varld reports that it passed without any problem at all, its stability control working perfectly, controlling motion at low speeds and all the way up to 44.1 miles per hour. You can watch the video of the new test and read the press release from the magazine on the updated Grand Cherokee below.