UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $5200
This might be worth a look.
“1957 Willys Jeep in real good original condition. This jeep has its original Willys F134 overhead value Hurricane 4 cyl 75hp engine, it does not smoke. 4×4, hi and low work all work. It has a fairly new soft top with full soft doors for side and rear. Tires are in excellent condition and are over sized 8ply. Everything works as it should for its age. Great jeep for farm or ranch but would also make great restoration project to take to next level. ”
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was on eBay.
Wayne points out that the skid plate was optional. This is one nice Renegade (though an imperfect restoration to stock). My only question about this is the lack of the protective skid plate underneath the gas tank that bolts between the back of the frame and the cross member in front of the tank (something my 1973 CJ-5 had). (here’s a stainless steel version of what I mean)
“This week Canyon State Classics brings to market an awesome example of a 1974 Jeep CJ-5 Renegade in stunning condition inside and out. This Jeep was bought brand new at Galloway Motors on October 3rd, 1973 by Mr. Thomas Payne of Tucson. This Jeep has Southwest desert area its whole life and is completely solid and rust-free, and still retains its all original steel tub with no patch work. This little CJ has just come out of the collection of a 35 year Jeep dealer and expert who just recently completed a full frame off restoration on this gorgeous CJ-5. He stated that he believes the miles are original at under 40k, as he knows the Jeep was off the road for the better part of 25 years before the restoration. The vehicle has been carefully restored to like new condition!”
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was No Price.
This looks promising and includes a rear PTO. In order to contact the seller, you’ll have to click on the “send note” at the bottom of the Craigslist ad.
“1965 cj5 jeep
– original drive train and engine (f head)- runs and drives
– factory hard top with all original glass
– rear pto on back
– all parts work: vacuum wipers, brakes, lights, heater, 4wd, etc.
– I bought this jeep from the original owner’s family
– original, nice jeep”
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $12,500.
Here’s an interesting build. The dash has a unique gauge panel.
“NEW! 1955 Willys CJ5. This is a two year frame off, custom hot rod Jeep. New Tub from Willys Overland, Toledo, Ohio. All metal is painted on outside and coated with Linex on underside. Color: Porsche Atlas Grey Metallic. Front axel from 1977 U.S. Mail Jeep. Rear differential is same, 3:73 Dodge. 2008 GMC Sierra 4.3L V6, 4L60E trans, a new drive line. Frame axel and diff completely rebuilt and powder coated. Custom seats with mastercraft 4pt. harness, Ipod stereo, Dakota digital instruments, B&M ratchet shifter. Aeroquip fuel pump. Ididit tilt column, Marine speakers, vintage air heater, power seats, Ron Davis radiator, Sanderson headers. CASH ONLY,”
Here’s a good looking CJ-5 out of Puerto Rico.
“Jeep Willy 1969
Refuerzo – Doble Palanca”
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $4000
“1958 Jeep Willy CJ
Dauntless 225 V6 runs amazing 3 speed with over drive, 4×4
Please email me if interested.
Title and Registration (just paid) in hand.
This nice looking CJ-5 appears to be a good price.
“This ’64 Willys has been completely restored from ground up using all original Jeep parts. Has 14,844 original miles, with only 327 miles since complete overhaul. Have all receipts and clear title in hand. Even has original Jeep tires (new). Pics tell the whole story; this is essentially a brand new Jeep made of materials built to last. 4 cylinder with 3-speed transmission, with lockout hubs. Everything works on this Jeep like it should. I have receipts showing restore parts alone costing more than 13k; will sell for $5500, firm. Serious inquiries may call Glen at 816.500.1161 (I do not text).”
This looks like a pretty rare hardtop. I don’t have time to locate it in my files tonight, but I’m sure I’ve posted something about it.
“Here is a 1962 willys jeep 40775k it has a new battery,fuel pump, plugs and wires new points condenser-rotor distributor cap, runs good 4 cylinder work horse ,all the glass and top, body are in good shape, this jeep only has a hard top, the seat have just been redone, the brakes may need some work but other than that its ready for the road, please call with any questions 412-600-7567 $5500 obo”
UPDATE: Status Unknown. Was priced at $3800.
(10/17/2013) This looks in good shape.
“A 1960 Jeep Willys with 48k 3 spd 4 cyl 134 Rare… Rare… hard to find and appreciated by any Jeep Enthusiast.. No Rust or corrosion on this Bad Boy… Call Ricky @ 509-301-0919”
UPDATE: Price dropped to $12,500.
(09/26/2013) This jeep has an unusually customized dash. The louvered rear and hood give it a different look as well.
“I’m selling my recently restored 1963 Jeep. I love this thing but it is simply not practical for me. I run around way to much with work. This jeep runs like new and everything works. No squeeking, no dents, it’s like new. There are a few minor nicks in the paint but nothing major. I shipped this down from the states back in April. It has 1900 miles on it since being restored. It has Bluetooth retro sound stereo with kicker speakers. Perfect island ride. Turns lots of heads. Handles hills no problem. I have taken very good care of this jeep. I hate to sell it but I’m buying another trick and I can’t keep 3 vehicles. I’m asking $13,500 Serious inquiries only please. 340.626.9308”
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $6000.
Chris sent this nice looking CJ-5.
“3 speed, 232 engine inline 6, Metal and cloth top, new carpet, shocks. Rebuilt carburetor. Body is solid, Seats – including back seat is in good shape. Glass is good. All gages, lights, heater are working. Dash and body haven’t been cut. Runs excellent. Even the am radio works! Local cash sales only.”
UPDATE: This sold for $6250 on eBay.
Dave’s selling his low mileage, stock CJ-5 Trencher. This will make a great vehicle for someone. I got a chance to look at this during our trip this past summer. It was a bit dustier then.
“I’ve been chasing Jeep vehicles for several decades and this is the nicest, lowest mileage, most original Jeep I’ve ever run across – especially considering that is will be FIFTY years old next year!
If you can find a 1964 CJ-5 with fewer miles, more original, and with more factory options on it – then buy it and not this one…
This Jeep was originally purchased by a local Steel company for the sole purpose of installing a sprinkler system in a golf course that they owned. I was told that oncethat task was completed it pretty much simply just stayed in the company garage of vehicles being
driven occaisionally and inspected each year! I’ve owned it for probably fifteen or twenty years now and am not able to enjoy it as I should be doing so its time to find it a new home. As the new owner, you’ll be only the third owner of this FIFTY year old Jeep and “Bubba” never had his hands on this one to mess it all up!”
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $8295
DP spotted this unusual CJ-5 with a custom built popup camper.
“1974 Jeep CJ5 with a custom pop up camper shell built by Phoenix pop up in Denver.
The Jeep has recently been painted and is in very good condition, it has a 232 inline 6 cylinder, 3 speed manual transmission and locking front Warn hubs and it rides on 35″ tires. The chassis wiring has all been completely redone as well as the upholstery.
The camper shell sleeps 2, it has storage for all of your gear and is set up for propane and self contained water. If you are interested in the camper let me know and we can discuss a price.
This is a fun Mountain vehicle but could also be used for hunting.”
It’s been repainted, but looks in great shape.
NEWER PAINT AND UPHOLSTERY
VERY NICE SHAPE
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $7500.
(08/24/2013) Joe’s selling his 1967 CJ-5.
“The engine is a 225 Daultless V6. Odometer says 45,xxx, Body off restoration, rebuilt tranny, new tires, new top and doors, rebuilt carb, new tailgate, fenders, floor, replaced body panels, all seams seamsprayed, spray on bedliner, stock hubcaps, new seats, new windshield frame, basecoat/clearcoat paint, new brakes,new radiator, new waterpump, electrical tune-up and more.”
UPDATE: Price dropped to $2500.
(08/04/2013) This includes a Warn Overdrive. Looks like a great price.
“Solid 59 Willys Jeep CJ. Drives very well. Desirable overdrive transmission in addition to high and low range transfer case. Seats in good shape. Suspension and brakes function properly with excellent rims and tires. All lights work including turn indicators. Includes “Besttop” roof panel and lower doors. Engine runs like a champ with rebuilt carb. This is in nice original condition; meaning engine, trans, and axils are unmodified. Cash, no trades. Text preferred initially. Thanks for looking.”
UPDATE: Status Unknown.Was $10,000.
Glenn has his nice looking CJ-5 for sale. He’s going to take some additional close-up photos.
“Very nice and original1956 cj5 was painted by the original owner 35 years ago you can still see the factory paint on the underside Theres is no rot or rust holes what so ever …Just installed all new suspension and a compleat new brake system as well as exhaust also i have just finished resealing the front knuckles as well as installing new king pin bearings and rebuild most of the steering…Comes with rear 540 pto and belt drive and on the front there a Ramsey 200r pto winch this jeep runs the front and rear equipment with a very rare twin stick pto that has been complete rebuilt also comes with 4 brand new 750/16 jeep service tires and tubes and very original rebuilt seats and a new old stock speedo.
This jeep runs and drives great! fun unit for the summer or line it up beside your other toys.
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was on eBay.
Here’s a low mileage stock jeep owned by Mort Neff (host of MIchigan Outdoors).
“For your bidding–a 1965 Jeep CJ5 with 14,507miles,originally owned by Detroit area television personality Mort Neff, host of “Michigan Outdoors” for decades. This was Mort’s Jeep that he used on the television show, and it has only had one other owner since Mr. Neff sold the vehicle. Sparingly used, as the mileage shows, this vehicle was garage-kept always and is in great running condition. Comes with an aftermarket snow plow that uses engine vacuum to raise the blade. Vehicle had some very minor rust repair done about 15 years ago and is very clean for a Michigan car of this vintage. Comes with tops, as pictured.
PLEASE NOTE: THERE IS ONE SMALL RUST HOLE IN THE PASSENGER SIDE FLOOR, 1″ x 3″ POSES ABSOLUTELY NO STRUCTURAL THREAT AND WOULD BE VERY EASY TO REPAIR. SOME SURFACE RUST ON FLOORS BUT ONLY ONE RUST THROUGH SPOT AS DESCRIBED.”
Was the strap on this an option or was this custom?
“1961 Willys Jeep that has a 4 cyl. engine that runs great. Four wheel drive and PTO wench fully works. Have title in hand. If interested please contact Wes at 318-649-5431. Thxs”
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was priced at $7900
(03/08/2013) This sure looks good to me.
“1964 Jeep CJ5 , Tuxedo Park Mark 4 edition, number 994 of 3000 built over 3 years, the odometer reads 33k miles , I believe this is original, and when you see it , you will also. This jeep is virtually unmolested or modified from it’s original form, the interior is imaculate, no radio or extra holes in the dash, the engine is the original 134 cu. in. f-head, runs very nice, still has the 3 speed transmission with the column shifter, paint is excellent, it has retained almost all of the tuxedo accents that make it so special, tires are good , brakes and lights all work great, registration is current, it almost looks like it has been in a timecapsule, this is a rare opportunity to own an amazing piece of jeep history.”
Sierra County, NM, once claimed to have more jeeps per capita then any other county. I don’t know if that fact is true, but it was claimed to be the case in a 1950s article. Ever wonder how Truth or Consequences, NM, got its name? Read about it here.
“AUCTION: 1958 Willys CJ5 Jeep. All original. Red with custom soft top. Runs great! THIS SATURDAY MARCH 16TH 9AM AT WILLARD HALL AUCTIONS, at the Sierra County Fairgounds in Truth or Consequences, NM.”
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $2500.
This has no title, but it looks pretty good.
“1960 Willy’s Jeep for sale, it is a CJ-5 with an inline 4 Cylinder and three speed on the floor. 4-Wheel Drive works great, hub locks work. I’ve done a lot of work on the jeep but don’t have a place to drive it anymore. It needs to be out in the country. No Title, so it will make a great hunting / ranch vehicle. It’s worth more than i’m asking but have it discounted for the title situation. $2,500 pretty firm.
The jeep runs great, in the past three years i have replaced:
The battery, The fuel pump, The clutch, The brakes, The carburetor, The windshield, The wipers, Spark plugs
The only issues i run into:
You cant down shit to 1st gear. (timing issue in the gear box that only effects a down shift)”
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $2900
This stock CJ-5 might be worth a look. It appears solid.
“Here is for all you Old school Jeep enthusiasts This is a 1960 Willys jeep complete cj5 ready to restore with most of the original parts not a salvage original 4cyl f head engine and transand front lockers . I’m only selling because i just do not have time for it. This jeep comes with an original Meyers hard top also 1960 ish . top includes all glass and doors floor boards are solid. The top has a rack with lightbar also has spare tire rack with storage boxabove this would realy make a great off road toy. It has good shocks and tires are in good shape.It comes with tow bar and extra parts. it has solexcarb in but i also have carter carb and extra set of leaf springs.I haven’t messed with it in about a year so the fuel system needs to be cleaned out.The engine does turn over just fine. This is a 3 speed manuel transmission”
UPDATE **SOLD** Was $4300
It’s supposed to have only 7,917 miles on it. This may be worth a look.
“I have a 1955 Willy’s CJ-5 (First year of the CJ-5). Extremely rare find in this condition with only 7,917 original miles. It has been garaged almost it’s entire life. I picked this one up from the original owner and spent some time on it to get it back into driving shape. Now runs and drives, still 6-volt, everything completely stock and original. Even the original paint is in good shape! Have the original owners manual and promo poster to go with it.”
Bob forwarded this unusual CJ-5. I think calling this a custom CJ-5 is an understatement. The price is surprising.
“For Sale by owner. http://www.MyJeepForSale.com. 1974 CJ5 Classic Jeep. One of a kind Jeep. $49,000. Mileage: ~ 15,200. Original Owner. Stored in Heated Garage. Recently restored/repainted. Different from every other jeep in the world! Significantly different dual rear wheels. Call Sheila at 419-626-1979 x200 .
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