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Topic Review (Newest First)
02-07-2019 09:46 PM
samcrimm this is a great jeep, nice!

Sam
02-09-2018 05:48 PM
snevey 2-9-18 New price $4800
01-20-2018 05:01 AM
cj8scrambld Very sorry to hear of your friends passing, thoughts go out to you and his wife/family.

GLWS, I really hope someone snags this Jeep. It seems very complete/original....a real piece of history to be left as is. Good luck and a bump to the top.....oh, it's at the top.....
01-17-2018 04:51 PM
snevey 1-16-18 UPDATE Well he passed away today his wife needs to sell it asap . New price $5000
01-09-2018 06:56 PM
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01-09-2018 06:55 PM
snevey
1965 CJ5 U.S. Navy former FIRE Jeep.

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The Jeep is a 1965 CJ5 U.S. Navy former FIRE Jeep. (The Navy did not want the Army M38 Jeep) The motor is the stock 134 cu.in. 72 bhp "F head". I checked compression and each cylinder is 125 psi or better . 3 speed T90 transmission and Warn hubs. It has a nice removable top, but no side curtains. The only difference between the Navy version and a standard CJ5 is that it has a split windshield and a port in the side of the hood for a snorkel. Only 1,000 of these were built for the Navy, and most were left behind in Vietnam. This is the only one I have ever seen. The "stateside" Jeeps were used for fire patrol duty in Navy yards. It has a brass plaque on the dash panel certifying that it a U.S. Navy CJ5. I added a map light light that was a cockpit light from a 1940 Canadian Spitfire Fighter Aircraft Nearly new tires and battery, I am asking $6,500 for this RARE vintage Jeep. Includes a tow bar.

1-16-18 UPDATE Well he passed away today his wife needs to sell it asap . New price $5000
2-9-18 New price $4800

(The pictures do not show the new tires.)

Call me so I can filter scammers. Please don't call to just waste my time. Only call if you are really interested 530-410-1653 Jeep is located in Macdoel CA
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