1975 Cj5 Very Nice on 2040-cars
Pueblo, Colorado, United States
For Sale By:Private Seller
Interior Color: Blue
Number of Cylinders: 6
Warranty: Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty
Drive Type: 4 wheel
Exterior Color: White
1975 jeep cj5 , excellent shape inside and out. underneath the diamond plate there is no rust very unusuall. bought about 2 months ago and lost my job. so now i need to sell. I use as my every day driver . The jeep has been back from pueblo to denver a number of times and to durango from pueblo . I was told the motor was rebuilt and the odometor is correct at 9500 miles. It does drive excellent . this is cj was done with alot of high end items. 65 to 70 miles an hour on highway is very comfortable this is very unusuall for a CJ. the jeep will easlily do 80 mph but not suggested. Very reliable. The only thing pressing for this cj is it has a exhaust leak and is cause a slight bump in the idle and one of the KC lights was hit with a rock on the way back from durango. other than that it needs nothing. 4 wheel drive works great . tires in great shape . VERY FUNCTIONAL JEEP . The other thing i liked about this jeep witch is unusuall when its cold and the top is on and doors there is no hint of exhaust in the cab. VERY CLEAN and well taken care of. jeep has been treated well in its life . Email for more info. I will add more picture's tomorrow. btw the pictures are very recent days taken 4/8/2013 and 4/19/2013 . I will take some today from the lake and add this evening. the last trip to denver was friday 4/24/2013.
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