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Rio42 08-01-2013 03:39 PM

Mystery Doors?
 
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Greetings CJ Owners!

A friend of a friend of a friend gave me two pairs canvas doors. One fits my YJ, but the other...I have no idea what they are. Here are the pics of these mystery doors. Can anyone tell me what they are for? a CJ? a Willys? And, how much I could ask for them? I have no use for them. I figure this would be a good place to start.

No markings on them, they seem to be rather small, and from coming from a junkyard, relatively good shape. Only one tear on the driver side window. Just a little dirty.

Any help would be awesome, or just let me know where these should be posted. I need to fund my repairs somehow!

Thanks.

Jeep-1995 08-01-2013 03:43 PM

yes sir they look like they go to an earlier CJ. i am not sure exactly what model though sorry.

Spieg8 08-01-2013 03:45 PM

probably CJ 5/6, maybe even CJ3. Probably not worth much in that condition.

John Strenk 08-01-2013 04:16 PM

I don't thin the earlir doors had that much rake to the windshield and have the door hinges mounted in that location.
Infact I'm pretty sure early CJ5's had a pin that sat in the door frame and in the soft top frame.


Funny I have two doors almost exactly like that in my Barn.

Are those Stainless steel frames underneath?

Spieg8 08-01-2013 05:06 PM

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Originally Posted by John Strenk (Post 15745534)
I don't thin the earlir doors had that much rake to the windshield and have the door hinges mounted in that location.
Infact I'm pretty sure early CJ5's had a pin that sat in the door frame and in the soft top frame.

Yes, you're right. Probably from a 76+ CJ5

Rio42 08-02-2013 03:32 PM

Thanks all of you. I have been looking at various models doors, and none of them seemed right- these just seem rather short. But I think you may be right, a early CJ of some sort.

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Are those Stainless steel frames underneath?
Yes, I think they are.


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