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1978 DJ-5F Rice Lake, WI $850

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I didn’t realize how many DJ models came with the inline 6. Apparently, that’s the reason for the bumped out hood in front.

“1978 Jeep DJ5-F. This is a retired United States Postal service Jeep so it is right hand drive. Has inline 6 cylinder, Automatic Transmission, aftermarket cab heater, runs and drives (but will need tune-up and carburetor clean/rebuild) Will have to taken away on trailer due to running rough, expired tabs, no insurance and right turnsignal isn’t working. I bought this as a project vehicle but have not time to fix it up. I have put over $1000 in parts into the vehicle already. Has new tires, new wheels, new front shocks, newer battery and a new muffler just to mention the big purchases. Odometer only goes up to 99,999, therefor I have no idea how many miles it truly has. Any questions please contact me by call or text at 715-205-8068”



One comment on “1978 DJ-5F Rice Lake, WI $850

  1. Mitch

    Some of the later ones used an audi (I think Audi) 4 cylinder but yes…many of them came with a straight six. I’ve always wondered why they used the short early fenders and hood and made the weird grill when they had the long fenders and hoods with a normal grill at their disposal? Maybe to distinguish the CJ5/7 from the postal models and keep the brand image better intact?

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