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1972 JEEP CJ5 special order 304 V-8 army green custom airbrushing

1972 Jeep CJ

Condition: Used
Make: Jeep
Model: CJ
Year: 1972
Mileage: 77127
VIN: 2B6HB11Y72K143122
Color: Green
Engine: 304 ~ V8
Cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Manual
Drive type: 4WD
Interior color: Black
Vehicle Title: Clean
Item location: Port Charlotte, Florida, United States
4-Wheel Drive, Convertible

Description for Jeep CJ 1972

THE DESERT RAT !!~ History : Jeep was bought from Rinke Jeep Mount Clemens Michigan in summer of "72" by my father ~ Moved to Arizona fall of "72" ~ Jeep stayed in Arizona until 2010 and was then shipped to Cape Coral Florida where it had its mild restoration ~ Jeep was originally yellow and was kept in the carport in Arizona and in a garage in Florida ~ The Jeep was used for desert driving, ghost town hunting and river forging in Arizona accounting for most of its miles !! ~ Since in Florida Jeep has not been drove much at all ~ The Jeep has been owned by one family since fresh off the assembly line in "72" (father & son) ~ The Jeep has 77,127 original miles with numbers matching (stock) and runs great !! ~ Comes with two sets of doors ~ One set with vinyl plastic zip windows and other set of half doors for hunting ~ There is a spare matching rim ~ Also comes with two desert jerry cans and an antique buggy spring on the front bumper ~ Tires are very good ~ Front window folds down ~ Now for all the thing done since being in Florida and what it could still use ~ Jeep has been painted with a matte finish and custom airbrushing ~ Engine & rims are black powder coated ~ All the new parts include : dual exhaust, wheel cylinders,master cylinder, starter, alternator, relay, voltage regulator, steering box, ignition switch and new shocks ~ Jeep still needs : wiper motor(the old one is vacuum), need horn (it is there so could be button) ~ front seats reupholstered (there are covers on them) ~ Top is a little baggy but looks good and still are in nice shape ~ VERY NICE RAT LOOKING FOR A NEW HOME !! ~ I have included pictures with and without the top along with some pictures with the front window folded down ~ Feel free to email me with any more questions you may have ~