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Tuxedo Park Registry

Discussion in 'Early Jeep Restoration and Research' started by Nowherenothing, Sep 11, 2019.

  1. Jun 29, 2021
    Aidan Turner

    Aidan Turner New Member

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    I have a cousin that welds for a living and he offered to do the welding for me. I'm just torn haha.
     
  2. Apr 10, 2022
    Jordan Steins

    Jordan Steins New Member

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    8322 13887. 1965-1966 tux 134. Floor shifted t90 twin stick spicer 18
     
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  3. Apr 21, 2022
    Erikjw

    Erikjw New Member

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    8322 A 15693 1966 Tux V-6 Fully Restored...just need ONE Turbine.
     
  4. Jul 4, 2022
    Rip Marshall

    Rip Marshall New Member

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    I picked up a 65 tuxedo park shift on colum hard top and doors and factory winch. I am trying to figure out how to post pictures. With the exception of missing the bumpers they removed the front one to put on a tow bar and the rear to have s trailer hitch, the brackets are still on the rear. It is almost completely unmolested.
     
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  5. Aug 17, 2022
    tomscj6

    tomscj6 New Member

    Arroyo Grande CA
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    4D321854-2D0C-449A-A5F6-10A77036905A.jpeg 068C5EAF-AC27-4360-ABC1-05047FD24AA1.jpeg 259FACDF-3037-44B8-A74F-8A1198263349.jpeg Tuxedo Park field rescue, I was able to pull this original CJ5 from a field last week.It’s probably be there for 25 years, it’s not to bad and very complete other then the original 4 cylinder is missing. (I’m searching for one now )
     
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  6. Aug 17, 2022
    Fireball

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    Nice find. Looks like it's still got most of the Tuxedo Park bits on it.
     
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  7. Aug 17, 2022
    Andrew Theros

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    Way cool!
    I’m from your area. Did you find it locally?
     
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  8. Aug 17, 2022
    tomscj6

    tomscj6 New Member

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    Yes,
    It was actually owned by a good friend that passed away, the family wanted me to have it.
    If I can find an engine, it could be a good runner fairly quickly
     
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  9. Aug 20, 2022
    Keys5a

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    Nice find! We need a serial number. Not visible in your photos, is it a column shift?
    -Donny
     
  10. Aug 20, 2022
    Beach66Bum

    Beach66Bum 1966 Tuxedo Park Mark IV 2024 Sponsor

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    Wow! What a find/save!!
    one of only a few I have seen that still have the Cutlas Deluxe turbine hubcaps still on! Can’t wait to see your progress on restoring this Tuxedo Park
     
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  11. Aug 22, 2022
    tomscj6

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    Yes it has the original column shift (that I definitely intend to keep)

    8322 11164
     
  12. Aug 22, 2022
    tomscj6

    tomscj6 New Member

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    Yes it has the original column shift (that I definitely intend to keep)
    the hub caps are cool, near as I can tell this jeep is original and um molested
    Other than the missing long block 4 cylinder,
    I believe I have found a replacement
     
  13. Aug 22, 2022
    Beach66Bum

    Beach66Bum 1966 Tuxedo Park Mark IV 2024 Sponsor

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    Thanks fantastic! Parts for our Tuxedo Park's are not as easy to find now, but still out there.
     
  14. Aug 22, 2022
    Keys5a

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    236 units earlier than mine! The correct F134 should have the spin-on bypass oil filter rather than the canister type found on pre-‘64 engines. Otherwise, just about any F134 will work for you. You should have a single lever transfer case too.
    -Donny
     
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  15. Aug 23, 2022
    tomscj6

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    All the accessory engine parts were in a box with the jeep, that included a remote spin on filter adapter, plus the flywheel carb, mounts distributor etc,
    The only things missing are the long block and the radiator. My plan is to do a major brake job, (upgrade to dual master cylinder?) new tires and install a running engine
     
  16. Aug 31, 2022
    PineyWoods

    PineyWoods New Member

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    I bought a 65 off of a friend a couple of years ago. He gave me the title and I never compared it to the firewall tag until recently. The firewall tag vin is 8305 A221064. The title vin is 832213644. Looks like my title is a Tuxedo Park and my Jeep is not?
     
  17. Aug 31, 2022
    Beach66Bum

    Beach66Bum 1966 Tuxedo Park Mark IV 2024 Sponsor

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    Wow, that could present a problem if pulled over! Have you talked to your friend about your discovery? Did the Jeep have the Tuxedo Park parts on it? Either way, if it’s not a Tux, you need to get a correct title.
     
  18. Sep 7, 2022
    PineyWoods

    PineyWoods New Member

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    No Tuxedo parts associated with the Jeep. It was an old deer lease Jeep, pretty much gone but I had to rescue it. I'm in the process of getting the title work corrected.
     
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  19. Dec 12, 2022
    nunrleft

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    I think I came to the right place. Today my wife and I purchased a CJ5 Tuxedo Park Mark IV. Originally spent it's life on the South Dakota farm, it spent it's last three years in a garage in MN as a failed father / son project. The drivetrain is original and fully functional! There is one small rust hole through the driver front fender and two body mounts are bad but the floors are solid and most of the Tuxedo accessories are there (less the hubcaps and bumpers. Is the ashtray an option?) I'm wondering if anyone here can help me with an approximate build date. The Jeep is titled as a 1965 but I believe it's a 1964 model. Any help would be appreciated. By the way, the plan is to carefully remove the black paint and preserve the original blue underneath and keep this a true survivor. Not a bad find for $2,000. [​IMG]
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  20. Dec 13, 2022
    Admiral Cray

    Admiral Cray I want to do this again.. Staff Member

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    You can't post images from FB. Need the use a hosting site...
     
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