Hudson steering! Body looks pretty good on that one.
Some things can't be unseen...
1974 Porsche 914
For me the reason to have a Jeep like this (or the Tempest vs GTO that Glenn mentioned) would be price. Even at his asking price it's still...
I know there will be some haters on this one but I like it a lot, looks like they really did a nice job.
However, it was listed on CL for awhile...
I don't think Ive ever seen a DJ-6 before.
Scout boxes are getting tough to find and expensive when you find them. I searched for months to find the one I'm using.
I think they're actually wheels from a newer renegade.
Not mine. They've been on Craigslist for a looong time.
OEM Jeep CJ Renegade mag wheels - auto wheels & tires - by owner -...
Basically, I want a CJ with a convertible top you can easily raise and lower. This is as close as you can get.
x2 that is a very good deal if it's not too rusty
I like that 5 too...it says it's a 232 but it's probably a 231 V6
I REALLY want one of these...
Facebook Marketplace: 1970 Jeep Commander - Cars, Trucks & Motorcycles - Crawford, Colorado
Single shift lever, wouldn't that make it a large hole D18?
Do you have locking hubs? If so I wouldn't worry about 1/32 of play in the shafts. Just don't drive at high speed with the hubs locked.
Oil bath...they're pretty restrictive.
Those aren't the Bendix type....
James if you're going with the pressure switch why not just use the tee fitting from a CJ with the dual master cylinder? Idk if anyone makes...
My dad's 69 & my 70 both have a grill like the one pictured above.
Originally, only Renegades had the solid rear panel. Somewhere along the line (mid 70's?) it became an option for any CJ.
If you're going to ask 11 grand for an old truck, it better not have vise grips for a window crank. Sheesh :rolleyes:
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