BELOW ARE THE PARTS OBTAINED FOR THE BUILD

Sorry I don’t have pictures of everything. Most of the smaller parts are in boxes and crates and hard to get to because of the Jeep’s location.

  • 1961 Jeep Willys Tub, Fenders, Grill, Hood (Titled as a ’63. I’ll explain in person. There were no swaps, the Jeeps weren’t until sold back then. The original transmission (included) confirms it was pre-1962.
    • Colorado title, free & clear
  • 1978? Jeepster Commando Frame – This frame needs to have the proper mounts installed and is about 12 inches longer than the normal frame, but is otherwise the same. The length is in the back and can be simply cut off. I have already marked where it needs to be cut.
  • 4″ YJ Leaf Springs with Bushings (used)
  • Scout Front Dana 44 Axle (used)
  • Scout Rear Dana 44 Axle (used)
  • Poison Spyder Outboard Kit (used)
  • RARE: Remade VIN & Export Tag (the originals are included) – These are insanely rare. I’ve only seen a picture of one in Italy and the jeep came with the damaged one pictured left. I paid to have someone remake it (the one on the right). I call it an export tag because they say “Registered Jeep willys” in English, French, and Spanish.
  • 1994 Chevy S10/Blazer 4.3L Vortec CPI Engine
  • Exhaust manifold for Engine
  • Wiring Harness for the Engine
  • Nut Replacement for Engine (new)
  • ARB Air Compressor and Wiring (used)
  • Skid Plate from later model CJ-5
  • Crossmember from small truck
  • DJ-5 Crossmember
  • 1994 K2500 NV4500 Transmission (used) – that’s right… this is the highly desired transmission with the granny low and overdrive. The bellhousing has been swapped out for the included engine.
  • Right Hand Drive Cherokee Power Steering Box (used)
  • Aftermarket Heavy Duty Power Steering Box Mount – I cut it apart to re-weld backwards for the right hand drive steering, but have not yet re-assembled.
  • RARE: 0-9 Speedometer/Gauge Cluster (new OEM) – extremely hard to find
  • Oil for NV4500 (new & added in transmission)
  • Shifter for NV4500 (new) – The shifter is one of the boxes…not sure which one right now.
  • Jeep Dana 300 Transfer Case (used)
  • Twin Sticks for Dana 300 (new) – These are in one of the boxes…not sure which one right now.
  • Centerforce Dual Friction Clutch (new) + new bolts + new centering tool
  • Flywheel (new) – its in the vertical box next to the clear tub of the picture below.
  • E2000 Fuel Pump (new)
  • Novak NV4500 to Dana 300 Adapter (partially installed, I had to request that Novak finish the instructions. They did I have a pdf that I can send or print for the buyer.)
  • Slave Cylinder (new)
  • Master Cylinder (used)
  • Advance Adapters NV4500 Bellhousing (new)
  • 3 Radiators (all 3 radiators are on the shelf sideways in this picture)
    • 1966-68? Mustang Radiator (used)
    • late model Radiator (used)
    • original Radiator (used)
  • Novak Engine Mounts (new)
  • 36″ Super Swamper Tires (for build only, not good to drive) used)
  • Black Rims (used – holding tires)
  • 1″ Body Lift
  • Rear Corner Guards, Black, Smooth, Uncut (new)
  • Rock Rail Tubes (new)
  • TJ Fender Flares (used)
  • Army Jerry Can
  • DJ-5 Steering Column which includes all these (used)
    • DJ-5 Steering Box Mount (used)
    • DJ-5 Steering Wheel (used)
    • DJ-5 turn signal assembly (used)
    • DJ-5 parking brake lever (used)
  • Cherokee Pedal Assembly (used)
  • Cherokee Master Brake Cylinder (used)
  • CJ-6 Blinkers (cool, bullet-style – used)
  • Early CJ-5 Windshield (used)
  • Early CJ windshield hold (holds up the hood, I think) – used
  • ’90s Chevy Transmission Skid Plate
  • Firestick Antenna (used but great condition)

    CB (used)
  • Hood latch for CJ-7 Hood
  • CJ-7 Sun Visors (used)
  • Maglite Mount for early CJ-5 Steering Column (used) – Flashlight is not included
  • Antenna Mount (used)
  • Rear Bench Seat for CJ-5 (used)
  • Under Hood Toolbox (if possible – for a late model CJ)
  • Bikini Top for newer CJ-5 (used)
  • Fake Gas Can – Toolbox (new)
  • Tailgates (2 “Willy’s” tailgates) – under the flat box in the picture
  • Floor Pans and floor hat channels (new) – from Classic Enterprises (Jeep early CJ5 Floor Support Pair, Floor Support Joiner – Front, Jeep Floor Panels) – They are in the boxes, horizontal, in the picture.
  • Grill (used – CJ-7) – complete with lights
  • Spare Hood (correct era with the snorkle hole)
  • D-Rings (new)
  • Hood Latches (new)
  • LED Rock Lights (new)
  • Center console with key (used… kind of cheap)

ADDITIONAL PARTS THAT WILL BE INCLUDED

  • Late CJ Gas Tank (with gas still in it)
  • 7 Gallon Air Tank
  • 1976 Jeep Factory Service Manual
  • Original CJ-6 Steering Column
  • Original CJ-6 Pedals 
  • Original Transmission & Transfer Case (the transmission confirms this was a pre-1962 jeep)
  • Wheel Dollies
  • Transmission Jack
  • Wiring Harness from a 1980 CJ-5
  • Mastercraft Seats with Seatbelts (used and probably not safe)
  • Wheels and Tires that came with the axles. These might be driveable for short drives.
  • Cherry Picker/Engine Hoist
  • Lots of angle iron, box tube, flat metal, pieces and misc parts
  • Depending on the price/trade value, I might be able to throw in my welder & plasma cutter, but I really wasn’t planning on getting rid of those. The asking price does not include them.
  • Nearly all of the boxes and crates in the pictures below contain the parts that are included in this sale.

IMPORTANT: A FEW NOTES

  • The body is not permanently mounted to the frame. The outboarding process is not complete. Therefore, a truck/trailer that can hold parts is the best way to transport this Jeep. It probably would be best to dissassemble the axles from the frame.
  • I do have the floor parts from the center, where the original transmission was. It was complete and will be included.
  • The Jeep is located in northeast Colorado Springs. I can help load, but I doubt I can deliver. If you are nearby, I can HELP you bring the parts to your place, but I will not do it for you…unless you make it worth it. I will definitely help you load the parts (no charge).
  • No, I do not take cashier’s checks for more money than what we agree on and I will not give you cash back for cashing the cashier’s checks.
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