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1971 CJ-5 Renegade ! Eureka, MT $11,000

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Blaine shared this low mileage CJ-5 (17K plus miles). There are some great vintage details on this rig.

“1971 CJ5 jeep renegade 1
17,400 miles original orange paint. One owner had for many years used to plow snow only. Factory ordered hard top and dealer installed snow plow. Body is in excellent condition with only surface rust in places. original tires appear to have been recapped. Original pin stripe seats, dauntless V-6. 3 speed manual with warn overdrive. Amazing survivor collector piece”

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One comment on “1971 CJ-5 Renegade ! Eureka, MT $11,000

  1. Barney Goodwin

    This is a nice rig! And we have an affection for the ’71s (last year of the “Shorties”). But the one Vintage Detail I’m curious about is why it has a 1969 windshield frame on it? (late 68 – mid ’69). A one-year only frame with the rectangle glass and internal linkage and external wiper motor. Long gone by the ’71 year model. And the early windshield to hood rests are on the windshield while the loop windshield rests are on the hood. And there would have been a tall loop in the center of the hood to accommodate the safety claw seen at the top center of the w/frame. If the hard top had come installed from the factory, there would not be release latches but metal plates anchoring the windshield at the dash. So some things have been changed. A couple of factory details confirm to me it’s a true Renegade beyond the dash pad and decal: The absence of fill-in bolts and a tire lamp hole where a side spare tire would locate on a tailgate CJ, correct placement of the side marker lamp in it’s place, and installation of the correct Whitco rear swing rack instead. This CJ was built 332 units before our ’71 pictured to the bottom right in the ads.
    Really neat unit for a reasonable price!

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