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tytrev

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Murphys

Jeep Information

Year:1962

Model:CJ5

Engine:F134

Transmission:T90

Transfer Case:D18

Front Axle:D25

Rear Axle:D44

Axle Gear Ratio:538

Suspension:Original stock

Tires:Stock 16"

Wheels:Temp Rollers

Armor:Factory Only

Recovery Gear:Buddy Pushing

Accessories:Absolutely NONE

Future Modifications:NDTs, safety rebuilds


Found this mostly original Willys a month ago. It had a decent body restoration a few years ago after 45 years on small vineyard. All original drive train is in great shape but needs some rebuilding to be 100% (current focus). Original F134 smokes a little but looks and runs like its got 200k left on it. Keeping it original is my theme while working on this cool piece of history!

Pics to come soon...

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tytrev

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08-07-2013, 07:01 PM
Wrapped the original wheels with some 7.00x16 NDT square shoulders. Put a 7.00x15 spare on the side with a new mount. Replaced shifter rubber with leather. Chased down a charging problem to a bad alt. Found rebuilt T90 trans for cheap. Slowed the engine oil leak with some 20-50.


coffee49
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01-27-2014, 09:46 PM
Love them old schools
Nice 2 see these im got a 64 cj5 4cyl havent had time 2 get 2 know it yet looking 4 spring so i can untarp it and get started. Hope 2 see more pic and more from me. Hav a good one







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