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1969 DJ-6 (2WD) Sedalia, MO **SOLD**

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UPDATE: **SOLD** Was on eBay. It’s a rare DJ-6.

The DJ-6 model was built from 1965 to 1973 according to some sources and 1965 to 1968 according to others.  The most expensive DJ-6 was $1,818 according to All-Par.

“Up for auction is this nice old Willys DJ6 Jeep.  I bought this from a collector in KC MO and he had it for over 25 years stored in his building. I understand that this is a hard Willys model to find. It was bought new by Merrit Dairy and used to sell Ice Cream out of.  The Delight Company bought it and made it into the Ice Cream Jeep by adding the top which unbolts and makes it into a normal DJ6, their brass tag is rivited to the firewall as seen in pictures .  The body is nearly rust free as it was never used in winter months.  The floor panels and fender wells are in very good condition.  There are some dings in the fenders and dents here and there but are very solid.  The engine is the 4 banger and has a 3 speed manual tranny.  I believe these are orignial miles as it runs and operates very smooth.  No blow-by on engine.  This will make a great restoration project as the basics are very complete and solid.”

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5 Comments on “1969 DJ-6 (2WD) Sedalia, MO **SOLD**

  1. deilers

    Good catch, it sure does! I’ll keep looking for places to find info about these so we can learn what was standard, what wasn’t, how many were made, etc.

  2. Zach

    Does the model # ending in “6” mean that this Jeep has the extended Chassis just like the CJ-6 or M-170?

  3. deilers

    That’s a reasonable guess, but I couldn’t say for sure. I simply couldn’t find much information about these.

  4. Zach

    OK, thanks. I read the E-Bay posts & learned that it’s 2WD only, so it’s not a possible fit for me anymore. Have a great weekend and thanks again for this site and all your work.

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