I have a 1966 Jeep CJ-5 that is all original. I am the third owner and I knew the others, my parents bought it new and sold it to the parish priest, who sold it back to me a few years ago. It has 122,000 miles and was not a garage queen but it is still in remarkable condition for its age.
It has the straight 4 cylinder engine, with a three speed manual transmission.
The topper is great condition showing no rust or holes.
The glass is perfect all the way around and all lights and electric work as they should.
The car runs and drives and is very much roadworthy needing only minor work to be a very fun and unique daily driver or a great platform for a four-wheeler. It does have a couple small patches of cancer by the drivers door but they are no larger than silver dollars and can be easily dealt with. The frame and floor pan are completely rust free.
The interior is in fair condition, amazing really since this truck has never been a restoration project or in fact a project of any kind and it still has it's original interior. The only tear or flaw in the interior is a small tear on the rear bench seat from where my parents used to put the tow bar when it wasn't in use. All the gauges and dials work as they should. It even has it's original AM radio.
When I bought it several years ago I drove it all the way from Gunnison, CO (around 300 miles) but since then have only driven it around my property now and again to ensure it stays in running condition. It has three problems and I'll be up front about them, one; there is a small hole in the radiator which should be an easy fix, and two; it needs a water pump. You could drive it away but you will need to fix those two things for it to be a daily driver. The third is paint. It needs paint, plain and simple. With a shiny coat of paint though this truck will look great. It's an unmolested collectors dream just waiting to be put back into service. I am asking $7000 obo so call me at 720- 201-9137 and let's talk.