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1966 J-30 Mistubishi Wagon Tulsa, OK **SOLD**

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UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $4500.

Has no brakes.

“1966 Mitsubishi Jeep J30 4 Door 4X4
Built by Mitsubishi Heavy Industries under license from Kaiser Jeep.
These were made from the late 1950s through the late 1990s. However, very rare here in the US.
It features a 4 Cylinder gas motor with a 3 speed manual column shift. (Three on the tree).
It has a THREE speed transfer case 2 Hi, 4 Hi, 4 Med, 4 Lo, and N.
The motor runs quite well. It shifts fine. We drove it to the lot.
However, the brakes need work before it can be driven. No brakes!
Overall the Jeep is pretty solid. There is some minimal rust in various rocker and door spots.
The frame, floors, and underside look remarkably well. The truck came from Texas.
The interior appears to be mostly original. The seat upholstery is good, but the cushioning material has deteriorated.
The door panels need recovering and the headline is missing (the insulation is still there).
After market gauges and radio have been added many, many years ago. The radio actually works.
The tire look fairly recent. It looks like it was probably repainted eons ago.
Here is some info on this EXACT unit I found on Google http://www.willyscountry.com/4_dr_Mitsubishi.html
This could be a really cool, unique vehicle. Stand out from the crowd at cruise nights!

$4,995 cash. Come see it and make me an offer.
I might take trades, especially old hot rods, VWs, or other unique unusual cars.”

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2 Comments on “1966 J-30 Mistubishi Wagon Tulsa, OK **SOLD**

  1. raul landa

    Hi
    Your webpage shows several Mitsubishi Jeeps for sale.
    Which ones are STILL for sale??
    Raul Landa

  2. David Eilers Post author

    It looks like this one sold. I’ve updated the post.
    If the Craigslist links on the other posts aren’t working, than the jeep either sold or it hasn’t been relisted. In either of those cases, I don’t have contact info for the posts and will update them when I have a chance.

    The best source for Mitsubishi jeeps is http://www.paladintrucks.com out of Georgia.
    I hope that helps!
    – Dave

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