1984 Jeep CJ7 Laredo. The Jeep Farm is proud to offer this unrestored, original paint Laredo. This jeep belongs to a customer of mine and she needs to sell it to put daughter in college. Last year (less than 500 miles ago) I put a brand new 258 6 cyl motor in it, completely cleaned and painted the engine compartment and added all new hoses, belts, wires, plugs and more. The Jeep also has a Howell Fuel Injection on it. This highly optioned CJ is equipped with and automatic transmission and dana 300 transfercase, factory A/C and hard top with bronze tinted windows.. The Jeep still wears its original paint and stickers, the hardtop seems to have been damaged at some point and has been fiber glassed, smoothed and repainted. The tub is 90% rust free and only has surface rust on front floor boards and around base of roll bar. Seems Jeeps with factory A/C and carpet always suffer from this, even original AZ Jeeps. The factory Laredo front seats are gone as is the factory carpet. There are some correct color, older aftermarket seats in front. The original rear seat is in the Jeep. (I can sand and repaint floors in original white for $1300.00, or do a Nutmeg colored bedliner in the Jeep for $750.00 if you wish, before the Jeep ships). The underneath of the Jeep is very clean and has the original dana 30 front and 20 rear with a 3″ lift kit and 33×12.50×15 Dick Cepek Fun countries on factory wheels. The spare has never been used. A previous owner has fabricated a tow bar mount under the factory front chrome bumper (we do not have the tow bar) and a 2″ receiver hitch on rear. The previous owner also replaced the speedo and tach at some point, so the mileage on the odometer is somewhere near 500 miles. When my customer titled the Jeep, AZ DMV titled it as 400 miles. SO ITS BRAND NEW!!! I am only kidding!!! original mileage is unknown, but seems by condition of Jeep, to be low. The Owner is also including a fitted car cover, 2″ receiver hitch with ball, a Chiltons Manual, Folder with all receipts, a CB radio, Bottle Jack and bin of spare parts. I have personally worked on this Jeep and driven it. It drives very nice, engine is strong and fuel injection is perfect. With the automatic, it is not a rocket ship, but has plenty of power. The tires have plenty of tread left, but are older and getting hard, and the steering box has the usual cj play in it. (this too can be fixed before shipping for $450.00, includes a professional rebuild with a variable ratio gear installed. NOT a parts store rebuild) Aside from those simple things, she is a tight and strong CJ. Asking $17,500.00 Will be posting on ebay and Sellajeep.com Within next two weeks. If interested please contact me. I have the title in hand. The payment will be done through me. Direct deposit, cash or bank check. If sending a bank check will need 7 working days to clear. Once money has cleared my account, I will fed-ex the open and clear title to you. I can help arrange shipping. Please contact Michael at Priority Auto Relocations (bottom of main page). he can get you a quote. Shipping payment is up to the buyer. Once payment has cleared the Jeep can be shipped or picked up. The Jeep Farm, LLC offers NO warranty, neither does the owner. This is a 34 year old original Jeep. No warranty is implies or expressed. If you wish to buy this jeep and drive it home, that is up to you. Please don’t ask me “if it will make it to, XXX” I wont answer. If you have never owned a classic Jeep, please read “Buying a classic Jeep” on my site. Thank you for looking, any questions or offers, please contact me directly.
1950 M38 Military Jeep. Art is a local and brings in his jeep once or twice a year for bits and pieces.The work that we have done in the past consists of, suspension work, brakes, rebuilt steering, rebuilt parking brake, clutch and flywheel. Pressure wash and paint transmission and transfer case. Hand bent all the lines for the vacuum for wipers, axle bearings and TONS more. This past go around was probably the largest with full paint and detail on everything other than the motor. He will be back for that probably later in the year. One of the cool things we found was the numbers on the rear bumper. We found those while sanding the Jeep for paint. We duplicated what we found, albeit having no idea what they mean! Art loves to take his jeep in parades and to shows. This is not a nut and bolt restoration or even M38 “perfect” but it is the way he wants it, and it is a beautiful Jeep. We are happy to work on it for him and help bring back a piece of American history.