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1970 CJ-5 (Canada-made) Hamden, CT $10,000

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John and Jeff shared this Canadian-made CJ-5. It looks in good shape. That’s a curious radio setup in the dash.


“Unique GM Buick “fireball” 90-degree 225 cu in (3.7 L) “The Dauntless” V6 engine.
🔹Ample horsepower curve at 160HP and broad torque of 235 ft. lbs.
🔹T-14 manual three-speed transmission with Dana 18 transfer case with a single stick.
🔹2-barrel carburetor.
🔹Dana 27A 4.88 gears open diff front axle.
🔹Possibly the factory 30 spline one-piece flanged offset rear diff Dana 44.
🔹15-inch Kelsey Hayes rim and hub
🔹11-gallon gas tank located under the driver seat.
🔹Meyer M-III Cab, safety glass station wagon visibility.
🔹Roll-down windows, and easy-access rear opening.
🔹Custom-classic Meyer U-13 Serial Electric Hydraulic snowplow pump.

🗽Ride proud and take home a piece of Americana’s culture and history. It is a definite classic collector item. The 1970 Jeep CJ-5 is an iconic vehicle that holds a special place in automotive history and the Buick “fireball” V6 left a lasting mark on automotive history.

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2 Comments on “1970 CJ-5 (Canada-made) Hamden, CT $10,000

  1. Barney Goodwin

    Very early ’70 probably built in ’69 with the hood reflectors and under seat gas tank. 2370 units later than my friend’s mid-69 built in Canada and sold by Woodie’s Jeeps in Houston TX new. Best I can determine, CJ production was shifted briefly to Windsor right across the border to free up space in Toledo for all the military contracts during Vietnam. Plus ’69 was the first year of the DJ5 Postal Dispatcher contract and built in Toledo.

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