1978 Jeep CJ5- Pleasanton, TX

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  • Texan2

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    Nov 8, 2008
    South of San Antonio
    1978 CJ5 that I have worked on for over a year.

    4.2 inline 6 cylinder that was complted pulled out and rebuilt in 2012 (has approx 1000 miles on it since then)
    3 speed manual tranny (rebuilt in 2012 when the motor was pulled)
    4 inch Rough Country suspension lift.
    New 15 inch wheels 5x5.5 pattern
    New 35x12.5 Yokohama Mud Tires
    New custom built rear drive shaft to accomodate lift
    New marine stereo
    New front double tube bumper with 2 off road lights
    New Rugged Ridge front and rear seats with new seat belts
    New Bikini top
    Exterior completely Rhino-lined in "british racing green"
    New tailgate
    New windshield frame
    New battery within last 30 days
    All new fluids in diffs, tranny and transfer case

    This Jeep has mainly been used on weekends around town and probably has had more stuff done to it that I cant think of at the moment.
    This was made back when Jeeps were Jeeps.

    Will also throw in a rack for the rear reciever hitch that I use for carrying my ice chest and a soft top and soft doors.
    Since these pics were taken I have added 2 more lights up at the bottom corners of the windshield. Feel free to message me with questions.

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    Jan 21, 2013
    Nice lookin' Jeep and it's tempting me. I've owned three Jeeps over the years, a 1942 Ford GPW, a 1965 Kaiser CJ6, and a 1988 Cherokee, loved them all but since I've gotten into MV collecting, all my toys are former military.
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