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1961 CJ-5 Bryan, TX **SOLD**

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UPDATE: **SOLD** Was on eBay

(06/17/2009) This looks great.  Note the extra gas tank behind the driver and passenger.  You can see the inlet sticking out the back.  Was this common?

‘1961 WILLYS CJ5 JEEP W/KOENING 1/2 CAB 4WD, heater, aux fuel tank, tow bar, low miles on rebuilt engine, body in very good shape, re-painted original sea foam green about 15 yrs ago, good brakes, tires are fair condition, lights, turn signals, flashers, brake lights, heater, and 4wd all work, odometer has 62,000 +miles, it may be original but not sure, inspection is recommended, will ship 48 states only at buyers expense, no foreign or international buyers, will help load on private trailer or commericial carrier. $500 deposit to PayPal Account within 48 hours of close of auction, full payment within 7 days of close of auction with Cashiers Check or Cash upon pickup, Cashiers Check must clear bank before release of vehicle, will store for 30 days after auction close. Jeep is located in Bryan, Texas which is about 90 miles northwest of Houston, Texas.”

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3 Comments on “1961 CJ-5 Bryan, TX **SOLD**

  1. Mitch

    ^^…Yeah…I’d rather sit on it…. lol… Up until the mid 70’s most pickup trucks had a tank behind the seat….You sat on the tank in jeeps until the early 70’s. We rode in the back of trucks with no seat belt, rode our bikes with no helmet and actually lived to tell the stories…..

  2. Desert Jim 1960

    It looks like the fuel tank was added. I have never seen a CJ-5 with this conversion before. I have seen many creative fuel tank additions in the past. I am pretty sure that this is not a factory or dealer addon. This looks like a home brew addition. My CJ has the factory dual tank option. A tank under each seat with the original fuel selector switch between the seats. The original owner gave me a box of paperwork, and it had the original invoice with all of the factory options done to it. It never bothered me to be sitting on the tank, as long as they are not leaking. 😮

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