The odometer reads 11,800. And, it looks like it could really be low miles. Might be worth a closer look. Not sure why the tailgate is a different color than the body (though the tailgate seems to match the dash.
“This is a well kept, hard to find Jeep. I have original title, was used to maintain driveway of roller rink for many yrs, then stored many more. Actual mileage is 11800+. The engine is the std jeep engine from that yr. Runs quietly, etc. Has hydraulic lift for plow. I also have that plow if interested. Body is very good for a vehicle of 58 yrs. Insured appraisal at time of my purchase was 7500. If you are looking for a great old vehicle to work on or just bum around in this is for you.”
UPDATE: The jeep sold for $16,000.
John spotted this auction. He reports the jeep is as good as it looks in the photo.
It’s a dusty time capsule.
“just testing the waters, she ran when she was parked almost 30 years ago, she has the v5 225 dauntless v6 engine very hard to find one stock and original, they were only in some cj5’s from ’66-’71, I plan on pulling her out and cleaning her up once the snow clears, probably won’t get rid of her, unless price is right or I think trade is worth it, don’t give me a bogus price offer, and I won’t trade for any crap.”
Ted’s friend is selling this 1960 former golf course Trencher.
“1960 Jeep-A-Trench Jeep CJ5
Jeep was used on a golf course in central Maine for irrigation its entire life. Has never been registered.
Jeep runs and drives. Trencher fully functional. In very good condition for being a New England Jeep. Has small rust holes here and there. Frame is solid. Currently the lights do not work. And the front plow does not operate.
New tires and wheels. Comes with the original wheels.
Jeep is sold with Bill Of Sale Only. No Title.
Great piece of Jeep History. Very rare! Low Reserve.
If you have any questions, please email. Thank you.”
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Seems like a good price.
“4 Willys Jeeps sold together not for parts. Asking $2500″
UPDATE: Was $900. **SOLD**
“1961 Willys Jeep. Still runs & plows. Has 1964 hurricane flat head six motor. Asking $900.00 OBO.”
Might be a good price.
‘1965 Willy jeep completely restored. Some of the new items include: paint, tires, alternater, floor boards, muffler, ujoints, and many others. 4 cylinder, 3 speed, 4×4″
UPDATE: This is back on the market.
“Nice “stock” 1962 Willys CJ-5 Jeep! Third owner (I’ve had it since 1976). 4 cylinder gas engine, 3 speed transmission with two stick transfer case. Posi-traction rear end, Warn overdrive, Warn locking hubs, heater, AM/FM radio, 23 channel CB radio, Soft top, Vacuum wipers, telescopic tow bar/grill guard, hinged spare tire rack with two 5 gallon gas cans, console box between front seats with electric lock, rifle rack with electric lock behind drivers seat. Odometer has less than 54K (mostly towing) miles!!! Very nice stock condition. Email for inquires and to schedule a test drive.”
UPDATE: Price dropped to $1200.
(01/15/2014) Anyone recognize the winch on this jeep? The jeep runs.
“I have a ’62 Willy’s Jeep with title in running condition. Has good rubber, glass, and mechanics. No trades, solicitors, and serious inquiries only. text 419 five 4 five 2822.”
UPDATE: Price dropped to $3300.
(09/23/2013) That’s an unusual patch/hole in the cowl. It looks solid.
New Power Steering
Rare 1/3 Metal Cab
In family for years
Cash only, no trades”
Dan spotted this stock CJ-5.
“This is a rare opportunity to pick up an original barn find 1955 Willys CJ-5 Serial number 57548, registered with California yellow plates. This is the first year of the Willys CJ-5 series Jeeps, mid-production 1955, via serial number confirmation. Literally found on a farm!
This Jeep is so original, the rear seat factory holes have not been punched out, and the vehicle has absolutely zero RUST and extremely straight! And has original 1950’s Koenig Iron Works, Inc. Model Number 520 hard top (not pictured, but in the same patina condition as of the Jeep), plus 1950’s rare Palomino Incorporated tow bar and jerry can.
I’ve just put brand new Deestone 7.00 x 15 traction tires, including spare. New exhaust, new carburetor, wires, cap and rotor, and all fluids have been replaced.
This vehicle is perfect for your ranch, cabin, fishing, hunting, trail riding, or just adventure camping, and an absolute brilliant candidate for restoration. This truly is a Willys or Jeep lovers dream find. Parts alone are worth more than asking price.”
Looks like a great price.
“jeep cj5 willys 1965 rebuilt engine F134 Willys Huricane, carburator, water pump, fuel pump, oil pump, thermostat, generator, starter, clutch, brake system, leaf springs, new spare tire and rim, electric windshield wiper motor, roof rack, tail gate, custom 20 gallon fuel tank…. she’s NICE”
UPDATE: Price dropped to $5800.
(02/28/2014) Nice looking CJ-5.
“Jeep Willys runs and drives well in good shape fun toy also has plow 4×4 great in snow 1961 has had lots of work and upkeep over the years”
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $6250.
It has a few minor dings, but might make a good restoration project.
“All original Kaiser Willys Jeep
Original 4 Cylinder F-134 engine (runs like a top)
4WD with lockout hubs
Custom In-Cab Roll Bar
All fluids, including both axles, tranny, transfer case, radiator, engine oil have been changed
All filters are new
DuraLube’s been added to crankcase.
Valves have been re-adjusted
New head gasket.
New starter and Ring Gear
Numerous seals have been changed No leaks!
Gas tank cleaned/painted-New lines-filters
3 Speed standard transmission
New clutch and pressure plate
Carburetor’s been rebuilt and cleaned
Radiator’s been rodded out professionally
New Thermostat in engine block
New Radiator cap
(4) New tires, all the same maker/size
Includes metal doors, with excellent glass but does need upper hinges to mount
New SkyJacker shocks; both front, and rear
New Rancho leaf springs, bushings, and shackles on all four corners
New brake shoes
New Master Cylinder
New gauges including Speedo,and Speedo cable, Gas, Temp, and Amp.
Older paint job; but still good
Have old Speedo, if you want it. Stuck on about 60,000 miles
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $5250
This may be a good price. No description provided.
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $900
There appears to be some value here.
“1956 Willys Jeep CJ5 (Please no calls past 7pm – No trades – 615-448-5556)
I believe has a Hurricane 4cyl engine and T90 manual transmission.
Has original wheels, top and doors. ** Top and doors are really hard to find… Worth a ton ** Front fenders and floor pans have lots of rust.
It does not run. It was running 2 years ago… Took carburetor off and some other stuff and never got back around to fixing it up. If it was running, I’d be selling it for a lot more than $900obo.
Has original 1956 title from the farmer I purchased it from. It was used to pull large delivery trucks up steep hills. Has lots of various parts that come with it.”
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $3500
“Totally stock and great original condition 1959 Willys CJ5 with a nice and complete Koenig hardtop. The only additions/modifications are Rambler hubcaps and a gun rack on the dash. Also includes a very rare Koenig bed extender with jerry can holders. Has the rare 60/40 bench seats, which are freshly and beautifully reupholstered. Original and working AM radio. As far as I know, it has less than 50,000 original miles. It spent it previous life as a ranch Jeep in Wyoming, and prior to my ownership, was in a barn in Montana. I have the notebook with service records in it from decades ago. Only minor surface rust, nothing cancerous, and as you can see, very solid and straight and dent-free body with no welding or patches on it anywhere. There is rust on the bottom of the tailgate in the usual spot where the hinges connect, but I have a brand new primered Rugged Ridge Willys tailgate that will be included (cost me ~$200). Fresh tuneup on the F134 Willys Hurricane engine, starts right up and runs really well. I’ve had it going a sustained 50mph up the very steep mountain highway near my house, but it spends most of its time being babied in my garage or cruising around my property while I grin from ear to ear. Fantastic classic Jeep and a ton of fun. Hate to sell it, but I have to. $3,500, pretty firm.”
This CJ-5 looks like it has a paint color similar to a DJ-3A. Nice looking CJ-5. Thanks to Dave for pointing this one out.
” I am selling my wife’s Willys Jeep CJ. She’s moved on to another 4×4. This Willys is in very good original condition and is the original color from the factory. It has not been monkeyed with much in any way. I think this Willys is as clean and straight as there is for sale out there. It has 22500 original miles and has been kept under a shed most of it’s life. It runs as it should and does not smoke or leak any fluids or burn oil. Factory inline 4 cylinder engine. It still has the original seats in it. The drivers side seat needs to be recovered. It is a three speed high low gears and 4×4 with locking hubs. All works as it should. It will climb up a tree. There are no rusty bubbles or rust holes on it anywhere. It has a pto but it was disconnected when we got it. The headlights, high low beam, tail lights and blinkers work as they should. The vin number under the hood is original and has never been messed with. There was no title with it when we bought it and sells with a bill of sale. The tailgate, chains and chain covers are still intact. The windshield can be put completely down and has a crack in it. I have the rear frame and cover and the door frames but they are dry and stiff. I have the spare tire mount, the original spare tire and wheel and the rear view mirror. When we bought it I had all the fluids from front to back changed. I had new belts, spark plugs and spark plug wires replaced in it as well. Nothing else has been needed since.
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $2900.
This may have potential. Not perfect, but looks solid and straight.
“1975 Jeep CJ5 for sale $2900. Jeep runs good and is in ok condition for the age of the vehicle. 3 speed transmission, 4.2L engine. This would be a good restoration project because it is stock setup or just license it and drive it.”
UPDATE: Was $7500. **SOLD**
This is a running Tuxedo Mark III.
“This is one of the best in the country. Original paint, the color is called Indian Ceramic. Runs great. The ’63 Tuxedo Mark III was the first production model with chrome trim on all latches, bumpers, side steps, grab bar and more. This jeep has been in Arizona all it’s life, the last 10 years in Sun City storage.”
UPDATE: **Status Unknown** Was $3000.
This runs and drives. Most interesting is the rare hardtop. Anyone recognize that?
“Hi I’m selling a 1966 Willys Jeep by the Kaiser Jeep corp. It has 87,115 original miles, originally a barn find stored for over 15 years with the same tires when parked. It is still the original arena yellow but could use a paint job. Has some what of a rare Buick 225/3.7L V6 only offered from ’66 to ’71, it is known to be a very dauntless motor and it is.
T-90 4 speed transmission
Dana 18 transfer case
Dana 27 front end
And the famous Dana 44 rear end
The jeep runs and drives great considering it didn’t come out with power steering and the 4wd works great also. Has the lock in/lock out hubs. It does have a little rust behind the front tires but not a rust bucket. It would be a great hunting/farm rig or awesome to restore. It does have a bikini and a hard top. The only problem I know that it has is it will pop out of first gear I was told it’s a cheap fix though.
UPDATE: Was $5000. **Status Unknown**
“1959 Willys Jeep with 22,000 original miles. It is all original, including the top and engine, with no welding or drilling. Asking $5000 cash.”
This looks good and stock.
“1961 willy’s jeep for sale has plow, everything works starts right up. Has doors and hardtop. Looks and runs good. 4×4. Asking $6000. Call Steve at (203)910-2832. Manual transmission.”
UPDATE: Still Available
(10/11/2013) Bill’s selling this cool and rare CJ-5. You can contact him at bill @ limestreetcarriage.com
VIN # 57548 20474
Factory approved pto-driven Schramm 105cfm air compressor (1 of 3 made)
2 jack hammers hang on back, original tools included.
244 original miles
Original paint, top, etc.
It’s fully functional (Jeep, compressor & tools).
Never abused, always stored indoors.
VERY cool piece of history here.
2 owners (a nursery in NY from new until 08, local guy here in PA 08-current).”
Here’s a brochure about the Schram 105 Compressor:
Here’s a CJ-5 that looks like a good bargain. Based on the pics, I’d say it has both a hardtop and a softtop.
“This is a rare 1960 willys 4×4 with original 4cylander and running gear
Has new clutch Runs and Drives Great also have original Hard Top and Doors
More info call jon 206-Seven one 4-1888 Thanks”