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1966 CJ-6 Klamath Falls, OR $13,200


UPDATE: Price dropped to $13,200

(06/21/2018) David’s selling his CJ-6. It’s a got some useful updates.

“This CJ-6 is in excellent condition, very rare and comes with the desired Dauntless V-6 and a 4 speed Manual Transmission. The Jeep has had a lot of maintenance and upgrades done to it. It comes with an ExtremeAire on board compressor and all the tools you’ll need to inflate or deflate your tires for whatever terrain you’re in. The Wild Country XTX 255/85 16s are almost brand new. Rancho RS 5000 shocks, locking glove box and rear tool box. Fully carpeted, full padded roll-cage, and the seats are in excellent condition with the exception of one small split on the driver’s seat.

This Jeep comes from Eastern Oregon in high desert country, very easy on the body of older vehicles. The paint is in good condition, but there are a few cracks and worn areas, (see photos). The vehicle has been parked for a few years, but always indoors. The top is in excellent condition and looks almost new. It probably could use a good tune-up, but it runs and drives great. You would have to look very hard to find a CJ-6 in better condition. Feel free to email or text with any questions.”

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3 Comments on “1966 CJ-6 Klamath Falls, OR $13,200

  1. Scott

    Were it not for all of the diamond plate, this would be a really nice example of a CJ-6. The stance looks good and the 4 speed and on board air are nice. I’m not sure when or why diamond plate became popular, but in my opinion it’s way overused.

  2. Vernon In Pomona

    that diamond plate stuff should be OUTLAWED !! — heres what I think , people use it to hide RUST-HOLES !! — it looks awful — when I see a classic jeep like this and see DIAMOND PLATE , I think of TEENAGE ACNE !! — JAJAJAJAJA !! —> PS — its all over the DASHBOARD !!

  3. Denny

    I agree; as I’ve posted before, diamond plate should outlawed!

    Okay, that’s a little severe but where did people get the idea that diamond plate serves any logical purpose except to hide rust?


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