1965 Kaiser Jeep Cj5 Willys on 2040-cars
Berkley, Michigan, United States
1965 CJ5 Jeep. 4 cylinder Hurricane F4 - 134 cu in engine. 3 lever 4x4. Jeep has 1978 front and rear axles ( 3.54 - 1 ratio ) with front disc brakes and Warn hubs. This great swap makes the Jeep much more road friendly. Roll bar, plastic fuel tank. Transmission has been rebuilt with receipts. New : clutch, Smittybuilt seats, bikini top, rear springs, electric wipers. Tires and brakes are recent. Under dash gauges with mini tach. All lights work as they should, turn signals require turning off by hand. Speedometer is inop, but odometer works. Emergency brake works. Gas gauge sometimes hangs up. The CJ5 went thru an amateur restoration over the past couple of years by a retired gentleman that I recently purchased from. The lid to the tool box under passenger bucket has had a lock added, which was a great idea. The pans were replaced, with new steel being stitch welded in. This was done nicely. Nice fabricated steps. The tub and frame are solid. The paint is simply driver quality but fresh, respectable enough yet can enjoy without worrying about damage. Runs very good, might benefit from a carb rebuild but runs fine. Under the hood is pretty much original and very sanitary. I bought this for my wife and I to use up at our cottage for running around town / beach. I should have taken my wife with me when checking the CJ out. She has had knee replacements and can not get up and in as well as out comfortably so it is being resold. This is the ONLY reason for selling. Affordable fun, for a solid, respectable, mechanically sound vintage CJ5. Comes with an original owners manual as well as a Chilton repair manual.
I am extremely honest when selling a vehicle, and my feedback reflects this.The Jeeps reserve is exactly what I paid. Pictures to be posted later today.
Payment to be made by paypal or in person with cash only. 72 hrs for paypal payment. 5 days for in person cash payment.
Shipping would be the sellers responsibility both cost and arranging, but I will assist with the pickup of the CJ5.
I have the Jeep for sale locally as well, so reserve the right to end auction if early if need be.
On Jul-23-14 at 13:31:25 PDT, seller added the following information:
The CJ5 only comes with the new Bestop brand Bikini top. There is no full soft or hard top or doors. What you see in the pictures plus owners manual and a repair manual. Also have 2 new oil filters.
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