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1964 CJ-5 Sandy, UT $9500

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Look like a nice ride.

https://cars.ksl.com/listing/6427498?ad_cid=4

“1964 jeep CJ5. 2nd owner. all original. Factory Koenig full hard top, Koenig PTO winch. Original F head 4 cyl engine and 3 speed trans. Good tires and new spare. Starts and runs great.2 heaters, AM radio, CB radio, A REAL HEAD TURNER. No joy rides. Serious buyers only.”

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9 Comments on “1964 CJ-5 Sandy, UT $9500

  1. Ted Jordan

    Nice Jeep! Love the ventilating windshield and how they painted the lower half of doors to match Jeep body paint color. Kinda looks like half doors. Can’t imagine this ones gonna hang around too long

  2. Steak Body

    OH MY GOD — V=E=N=T=I=L=A=T=I=N=G W=I=N=D=S=H=I=E=L=D !!! — THOSE ARE THE ” J ” WHEELCOVERS I THREW AWAY A FEW YEARS BACK , I THOUGHT THEY WERE JC WHITNEY ? — EXCEPT FOR ALL THE CRAP ON THE DASH , A VERY NICE SURVIVOR !!

  3. 101 wheelbase

    seriously , I will trade a complete willys jeep for (1 ) good condition VENTILATING WINDSHIELD for my 67 cj-6

  4. Barney Goodwin

    These “J” wheel covers are dealer accessories, not Whitney (we have both in our inventory) and period correct for a 64. It is very nice. I do wonder why the bolts are missing in the cargo floor. I checked the 9 photos in the listing and they don’t help much. Typical poor job of advertising. No pics of the engine compartment, direct side views, etc. That said, seems an excellent price if seller satisfies a potential buyer with more photos and explanations.

  5. david sapp

    yea, worth every penny if…solid original floors and hat channel construction. yea, at least a repaint, but this seem to be a very rare survivor. I will contact to see if more photo can be bought.

  6. Barney Goodwin

    Gary, it sure appears to be which would be crazy. But it’s just as possible to be paint rub transfer which I’ve seen happen before when something’s assembled before the paint has time to set. The cargo area still has me curious about those 2 bolt holes. But now I have noticed there are floor bolts along the same rail at the fenders on the floor. I would like to see it with the tailgate down. and also if there are bow sockets behind each front seat on the fenders. Some more photos are in order, but even the original hubcaps (discussed above) seem in excellent condition. Also, hardtops original to the Jeep most always preserve the interior features.

  7. Gary

    Thanks Barney! You’re right, more photos would be great. Thanks again for the insight!

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