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1967 Jeepster Convertible Lousiville, KY $28,500

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Tom spotted this beautiful Jeepster Convertible for sale. Unfortunately, it does need a top.

“Listing my 67 Jeepster Convertible for $28,500 OBO. I don’t need to sell it, but I just don’t get to enjoy it as much as I wish so I wanted to check interest and plan to list locally as well. Original condition, just about every option including A/C, mag wheels in amazing condition, I do have a clock w/o base and small trim by the door handles (not in pics). Not original paint, I’ve owned it for 10 years and only have put about 2500 miles on it. 79,650 total. It runs good, it does leak a bit in my garage. Seats are original, small tear in the drivers side. I did add Jeep seatbelts to the rear seat. Body is in good condition, small scrapes, cracks, typical imperfections. Needs top, I have one but it’s old. I was planning to “restore” with new paint and carpet. I don’t see any rust, only starting to see very small bubbles by the tailgate and driver rocker.”

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4 Comments on “1967 Jeepster Convertible Lousiville, KY $28,500

  1. Mike

    Back in February of 1968 when I bought my 1967 Jeepster, there was another 1967 Jeepster on the showroom floor of MIDE MOTORS in Garfield, NJ. It was a red and white convertible just like the one pictured. The convertible was the the one I really wanted, but priced at $3,600.00, out of my price range, so I settled for the Empire Blue & white hard top model for $3,100.00 and 3 years of payments of $86.92 a month.

    Had I known back then what I know now, I would, begged, borrowed the extra money to buy the convertible.

  2. David Eilers Post author


    That will teach you not to buy the convertible! …. If only I had bought that local Microsoft stock back in 1986 (I had the money to buy $1000 worth of stock — worth about $1.6 million today — but no, I decided to travel to New Zealand instead!)

    – Dave

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