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1967 Jeepster Convertible Morristown, NJ $12,150

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Mike spotted this estate-sale Jeepster Convertible. This looks like a great one for the price. If I weren’t buying a different jeep at the end of Feb (yep, we head out on Feb 27th), I’d consider this one as I’ve though a Jeepster Convertible would be a neat vehicle for around these parts.

“1967 Jeep Commando jeepster-estate vehicle, same owner last 25 years. 63k miles 3 speed manual transmission with a 225 ci engine which had a total rebuild in 2011 by a reputable jeep rebuilder-have receipts. This vehicle completed a cross country trip last year with no issues. Very clean Jeep with some new upgrades. TONS OF EXTRA PARTS-A PICKUP TRUCK BED OF EXTRAS-TOO MUCH TO LIST. Car is located in West Orange NJ and will only be shown by appointment. Only serious buyers will be scheduled for inspection and test drives.”

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3 Comments on “1967 Jeepster Convertible Morristown, NJ $12,150

  1. Mike

    This was the Jeep of my dreams in the years of my youth, (seems like yesterday) but new, $600.00 more than I could afford. So I ended up buying a 1967 Jeepster hardtop for $86.92 a month for 3 years.
    Just some background information, West Orange, NJ is a upper crust, upper class town, not to be confused with East or South Orange. Having lived in NJ for many year, I’d say this is a well care for Jeepster at a good asking price.

  2. Denny N.

    I agree, looks like a great deal but way across the country from me.

    That extended rear bumper makes for an awkward appearance but this was the days before the mini-spare tire.

  3. mark J

    that jeep looks identical to the first jeep I ever rode in (which caused a lifelong 4×4 obsession) I was 8 and it was 1968. My dad and I were invited to go Clamming at Cranes Beach in Ipswitch Ma. in those days you could drive the beach and dunes, We got there and collected several buckets of clams then went for a ride in the dunes. They had a Malamute dog which noticed the many whitetailed deer. Well he launched out of the jeep (top was down) and we spent the next several hours driving all over the place trying to catch the dog before he caught a deer!! We did and I was hooked on jeeps!! Deer are still there but i don’t know if you can still drive out there. Nice Jeep Too.

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