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1960 CJ-5 Dually Fairfield, CA **SOLD**

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UPDATE: **SOLD** Was listed at $500.

Sure looks like a dually to me. And, it includes an overdrive! This won’t last long. I suspect it had a wrecker or trencher on it. I wonder if it has a PTO as well.

“For Sale 1960 Willy cj5 in parts. picture shows it complete. have clear title and in non op. have axles,frame, cab and even warn overdrive unit.must take all parts. Price $500”



12 Comments on “1960 CJ-5 Dually Fairfield, CA **SOLD**

  1. Bob

    Just the dually adaptors are pretty much worth that. If this were within 200 miles of me, I’d bring it home

  2. Bill

    I emailed the seller…. can we tell if the rear is the heavy duty Dana 60/70 type, or is this just rear dually adapters? I see deep wheels, but cant tell what I’m looking at.

    It might be difficult to ship this in its current state of disassembly …. bummer.

  3. mmdeilers Post author

    Some people aren’t good about returning emails. Other times people aren’t very good with computers. You just never know.

    – Dave

  4. Steve E.

    Confirmed sold. I brought it home today. The seller is very busy working nights, trying to sell a few things during the day, so cut him some slack for being busy. He’s a great Jeep guy.

    So no one is disappointed for missing it (or is mad at me for bee-lining 170 miles to pick it up in my only spare moment yesterday) it was totally disassembled and the very rusty body was cut up in preparation to splice on a donor rear body. It wasn’t the great find as it seemed by looking at the picture. No engine or T-case. This was an old Mosquito Abatement Jeep, so the dual rears were needed to spray mosquito larvae in the sloughs and swampy areas. I remember in grade school when an old green Jeep would drive along the ditches with standing water and an old guy with khaki pants and shirt would spray out of a tank mounted in the back. This is not the same Jeep, but it brought back memories.

    I have a lot of axles. Does anyone on the West Coast want 1960 CJ-5 axles with 5.38’s?

    **Steve E.**

  5. Steve E.

    No, not disappointed at all, and thank YOU for posting it. “Saw it here first.”

    I’m real happy about picking this one up. It has some features I was looking for. The good news is that I don’t have to disassemble it. (lol) It would have been easier to transport in one piece, though. I had three more extra curricular activities after I loaded the Jeep and parts on Friday. I had to tow on the backroads an extra 80 miles today, hoping nothing fell off the trailer before I came home tonight. I did a good job tying it all down and everything is in good shape. I’ve been riding hard and I’m put away wet. It’s only Saturday and it feels like Sunday. (lol)

    **Steve E.**

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