Yes, name says it best. I'm calling it the Vamp, cuz its sucking the money out of me. Maybe not because I had to, but because I have a problem. This one started out life as a Virginia CJ, then last year, I went down there to rescue it from a farmers barn. The sheet metal was very solid, but when I got down there, the running motor, was not running and of course the price point began to drop. After price adjustment, it was loaded up and on its way home to western Mass. Came with: Dauntless that appears to have just been rebuilt. T14 that grumbles, Dana 18 TC, offset rear 44 flanged, Dana 27 front with lock o matics, both 488's, hard top, nice welded exhaust, dry rotted seats that I plan to get new covers on, plastic fuel tank. Jeep still has a lot of original items on it, like rear view mirror, gas pedal, sun visors, washer fluid bag, original uncut dash, seat brackets, windshield frame (rust free). Since then the following has been done and with a lot of the items bought here. New distributor (hence not running) Rancho leaf springs, (2-1/2 inch) bought new 4WDH military wrapped, rebound spring removed Rancho shocks, bought new 4WDH, 3 inch longer then stock New shackles (3/4 inch higher) Best Top super top, bought here used NOS Dana 27 Power-lok, bought here Dana Power-lok rear LSD bought here New brake lines with complete flush of fluid All new axle and carrier and hub bearings, seals and gear oil. This took the longest and just finally got it done. New rebuilt pristine Warn hubs New rebuilt steering linkage, bell crank, TRE's (next is cross over steering) Knuckles now have button head conversion New Walmart battery, fit my tray and hold down perfect, I know, Walmart battery right Used Warn XD9000I winch, fabricated winch tray, through bumper exit Aircraft landing lights Stainless Radiator grill protector (used East Coast Willys) web site Front vintage pull hooks New Crown clutch cable Best Top seats (used East Coast Willys) Swing tire carrier, bought here New running and directional lights, ( all of them) bought new Kaiser Willys (Crown) New back up lights New fabricated rear bump stops on frame New BFG KM3's Mud Terrains on vintage 3 bump 15 inch wheels. 4WDH great price, $187 each 4 new 1-1/4 inch wheel spacers, with no tire rubbing on front springs (Ebay) I'm sure I'm missing things here and there, but didn't want to bore anyone with the time lapsed version of the build. So its pretty much done and now with the situation in the world what it is, I can't get an appointment at the registry of Motor Vehicles in Mass. to get it registered. Been trying for two weeks now. This state is a joke. The registry offices are closed except by appointment only and for two weeks I can't get one even into July. I have my form RMV1 from my insurance agent and my old plates, but can't get in to hand them over close to a grand to get it on the road. May have to register this one in NH. The synopsis on this 1970 CJ5 is, it runs great, starts at a click of the key, goes down the road straight as an arrow with no wobble at speeds of over 60 MPH, ( don't ask ) had tons of torque, comfy to ride in, room for man muscle, shifts great, steers like butter, (even with 33's) The cool parts, the 4 way flasher works and lights up, the directional switch is original and functions with a flashing light bulb, ( I know, its the small things that excite me) Speedometer works and temp gauge, Fuel gauge, not so much as poly tank has no sending unit yet. The cons, needs a new T14 rebuild or T15 if I can find one and convert it Need to get the DOM tubing to do a cross over steering system Needs TR flip with new Cross over Probably a TC rebuild, but not this summer. I have a spare T14 tranny and TC for it from my 71, may rebuild it this summer, but not going to install till next winter. May buy steel fuel tank and sending unit (up in the air on this) So that's it. Been busy and didn't want to bore anyone with this build. I'll try to find pictures, but did not take a ton.