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1964 DJ-3A Hayward, CA $4750

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UPDATE: Still Available.

(12/18/2016) It’s listed as a 1964, but this DJ body doesn’t have the passenger breather, so it might be the chassis that is a ’64. Seller also has some engines for sale.

“Started life as a 2WD DJ3A. It has been converted to 4WD using a Dana 41 full floating rear axle and a Dana 27 front axle, both with 11 inch brakes. T-90 3 speed trans, Dana/Spicer 18 transfer case and PTO unit to power front mounted Ramsey PTO winch.
Good running L-134 4 cylinder engine with Solex carb.
Heavy duty 12 volt alternator.
2 gas tanks. Rear original and added Jeep under seat tank.
Gauge works only with under seat tank. Problem with drawing fuel from rear tank.
4 good 7.00X16 non directional tires. Spare tire is flat.
All gauges work, except rear fuel gauge.
All lights work.
Even the horn works”

http://sfbay.craigslist.org/eby/cto/5959716328.html

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3 Comments on “1964 DJ-3A Hayward, CA $4750

  1. Dan B.

    My dad and I went and looked at this Jeep (plus parts) back in August. Nice seller; all of the Jeeps were his dad’s who had passed. Here are my notes from August:

    “The paperwork on the Jeeps and engines dates back the early 1990s. The owner (deceased) kept a detailed (and typed) log. Also, pink slips for both Jeeps are available. The son would really like to do a package deal on the engines, transmissions, and parts; the two Jeeps are available separately or as part of a package. Fun fact: he also was one of the founding members of Wilderness Unlimited.

    Most of the stuff was pretty buried in a garage, but here we go: Light red Jeep DJ3A, converted to 4×4. Former hunting rig. Converted to 4wd. PTO winch. Has a blown head gasket (the son couldn’t quite remember. Been sitting outside in the backyard for at least 8 years.”

    Fast forward to today, and it looks like someone else in the Bay Area has since bought the Jeep and parts and has cleaned it up/got it running. That’s awesome. Better to pass along a Jeep than have it sit around.

    The link to the other parts is here: https://sfbay.craigslist.org/eby/cto/5919902357.html

  2. Dan B.

    We went and looked at this Jeep (plus parts) back in August. Nice seller; all of the Jeeps were his dad’s who had passed. Here are my notes from August:

    “The paperwork on the Jeeps and engines dates back the early 1990s. The owner (deceased) kept a detailed (and typed) log. Also, pink slips for both Jeeps are available. The son would really like to do a package deal on the engines, transmissions, and parts; the two Jeeps are available separately or as part of a package. Fun fact: he also was one of the founding members of Wilderness Unlimited.

    Most of the stuff was pretty buried in a garage, but here we go: Light red Jeep DJ3A, converted to 4×4. Former hunting rig. Converted to 4wd. PTO winch. Has a blown head gasket (the son couldn’t quite remember. Been sitting outside in the backyard for at least 8 years.”

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