Discussion in 'Early Jeep Restoration and Research' started by Dave B, Jan 28, 2016.
Saw this ad. Not sure if it's already been shown.
Saw this on the kaiser-willys customer gallery. What the heck is this top? Looks you had to get the tub to go with it. Has Alaska plates.
here are the rest of his pics: http://blog.kaiserwillys.com/cj-5-customer-photos/mike-tuha
Homerdog, that is truly a unique hardtop (post #65) on what is stated, by an owner, to be a 1966 Kaiser CJ-5A Tuxedo Park Mark IV with '66 Mustang taillights grafted in the rear and the spare tire is recessed into the tub.
Elsewhere a note (likely by an earlier owner) states, "...bought it in Southeast Alaska, and have tracked down the owner that brought it up in the 70's, but he had no info on the body mods." Seems the information trail came to a dead-end for the owners.
Here are the click-free pics:
White Company is Whitco, if that wasn't obvious. Changed to the catchier Whitco at some point.
my meyer full cab, i have the rear full vertical door and have the easy acces rear door/tailgate
in my garage as spare.
Kayline Soft top Model F-5-C (also Kayline on page 7 then post #125)
A Koenig hardtop-- The owner says, With the giant windows I've got i can see my left and right rear fenders while driving just by looking over my shoulder. The visibility is unparalleled. The two oval windows in the rear panel are very good to have.
Uncle bills old Jeep?
That is (or was?) definitely his CJ.
Hadn't seen him on here for a long time?
Whatever happened w/ him?
Uncle bill had a half cab on his jeep.....
SKT he was canned a spell back....
The only time I saw his jeep in person it had no top. Either the full or half cab got cut up for the roof on his rod project. The Jeep was sold to a person in Denver. And the last I talked to him he was in WY. so his wife could be near her children. That is the same rear bumper/ step he had. He had a Toyota pickup also and lived in the trailer in the background. He was bit of an odd sort but fun.
I have the top in post #33, here is the installation guide, i''ll just post two pages.
And Yes the sides come off very easy, two catches inside, swing open and lift off.
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