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1975 CJ-6 Upland, CA **SOLD**

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UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $9500.

The body was stretched from it’s CJ-6 size, making it not so much rare as it is custom. A neat jeep though. It’s not clear to me, but I think this was a CJ-6 stretched onto a Scrambler chassis?

“One of a kind very rare. Use it like a truck or a Jeep. No smog required. Clean title, pink in hand. Professional Custom stretch CJ8 Scrambler. Factory 304 v8, t18 4 speed stick shift, model 20 t case twin stick, 4.0 low range. Dana44 rear, Detroit locker, 33 spline shafts, rear warn hubs, front Dana 30, ARB air locker, both with 4.88 gears. On board air engine driven compressor. 4″ lift kit, 33” BFG mud tires. Runs and drives excellent. Lots of power. I have full soft top and full soft doors plus half soft top and half doors. It comes with a very nice tow bar and lift jack. Lots of money invested in this jeep. Very easy to tow because all wheels unlock.

This is great jeep to own for jeep enthusiasts. My price is firm. “1975-cj6-renegade-la01 1975-cj6-renegade-la0 1975-cj6-renegade-la1 1975-cj6-renegade-la2

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3 Comments on “1975 CJ-6 Upland, CA **SOLD**

  1. Mark S.

    It has been so long since I have seen a Scrambler, I had to search CJ-8 images to refresh my memory. The small door opening definitely points to a stretched CJ-6. Dave, did not even see a CJ-8 category on the site.

  2. Chris

    I have a 75 CJ-6. This definitely did not start as a Scrambler CJ-8. As Mark commented, Scramblers had the bigger door openings like the CJ-7. Also, there was more bed to the rear of the rear wheels on a Scrambler. This looks to be a CJ-6 stretched in the middle by an additional 8-10″. The extra 20″ between a CJ-5 and a CJ-6 is easy to spot by the side body panel inserted between the rear of the door opening and the front of the rear wheel opening. This unit appears to have an extra 8-10″ added to the that panel.

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