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1960 DJ-3A Surrey St. Louis, MO **SOLD**

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UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $42,500

“This example in the rare colors of Cerulean Blue and Glacier White is probably the best completely restored example in the world. Everything has been done to the highest standards from the paint and chrome to the bright waterproof fabric upholstery and surrey top. The underhood presentation is exceptional and no detail has been ignored. Much more practical than a Moke or Jolly with legendary Jeep reliability this is a superb and entirely practical vehicle for bright summer days at the shore lake or ranch and will vie with Bentleys and Ferraris for pride of place in valet parking lots in Hollywood the Hamptons or South Beach. $42,500”

 

2 Comments on “1960 DJ-3A Surrey St. Louis, MO **SOLD**

  1. Missuson

    Nice jeep but when they include as others have in their description
    “This example in the rare colors of Cerulean Blue and Glacier White is probably the best completely restored example in the World. Everything has been done to the highest standards from the paint and chrome to the bright waterproof fabric upholstery and surrey top. The underhood presentation is exceptional and no detail has been ignored.”

    I have to chuckle a little, from the incorrect rear veiw mirror, to the baby moon hubcaps & trim rings, right color but where is the fringe up front, or the rear valance, or valance frame, stripes on seat backs, spare tire cover should be solid blue on sides and striped on rear of cover, seat backs really lay back, maybe they have the updated reclining seats. the vac line should run thru firewall not along WS frame as it is here. Please dont get me wrong, I think it is a beautiful jeep, I just wanted to note what was spared in the resto as they claim as others have that no detail or expense was spared to restore their jeep. there are other small things I could point out but I have noted the most visable incorrect items to this resto. I hope it sells for the full amount. Thanks for the Find.

  2. deilers

    I love the comment! I personally don’t know the details of a DJ-3A well enough to spot those items. I have to agree with you though, that if they are going to pass this off as original, they ought to make it so.

    – Dave

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