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    Just put up my CJ5 for sale. It's getting interest from shoppers in general, but I think it's more applicable to this crowd. Already getting tired of using my free time explaining everything to people that want a Jeep, but really don't know what this is, so I'm hoping someone in this community is looking for a vintage CJ that's built to go essentially anywhere.



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    1962 CJ5 - 4" skyjacker lift springs, nitrogen shocks, steering box conversion, custom roll cage, CB, F134 engine, Solid axle Dana 44 rear, Dana 30 front (HD disks), 5.38 gears, 34x10.5x15 LTB's, DC-1 wheels, Lock-right rear, ARB front, Durabak inside and out

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    Quote Originally Posted by BLUERUBI View Post
    Just put up my CJ5 for sale. It's getting interest from shoppers in general, but I think it's more applicable to this crowd. Already getting tired of using my free time explaining everything to people that want a Jeep, but really don't know what this is, so I'm hoping someone in this community is looking for a vintage CJ that's built to go essentially anywhere.



    https://nh.craigslist.org/cto/d/1962...585995659.html
    Question for the group since no one is biting yet. What do you think a reasonable asking price should be? I know my market size is limited, so Iíll have to balance time on sale vs. highest price. Right now Iím in the mood to have it out of the garage, so am curious about others opinions on the right value.
    1962 CJ5 - 4" skyjacker lift springs, nitrogen shocks, steering box conversion, custom roll cage, CB, F134 engine, Solid axle Dana 44 rear, Dana 30 front (HD disks), 5.38 gears, 34x10.5x15 LTB's, DC-1 wheels, Lock-right rear, ARB front, Durabak inside and out

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    sharp looking jeep !

    try posting on expo or eBay ,personally google it on some sites for the price


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    steves jeep does consignments ,out of the garage and he does the leg work
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    Thanks for the comments! Part of my issue is all the searching Iíve done for reference pricing. Even went thru an antique auto appraising site to help. Numbers are all over the map, especially when modifications are done, so I think a jeep like this is worth what a person is willing to pay on any given day. I can wait for the right buyer and get top dollar, or be happy with a quicker sale.

    Didn't realize steveís does consignment. Biggest worry for me is that the jeep hasnít spent a night outdoors in around a decade, so I donít lie the idea of rain getting on it.
    1962 CJ5 - 4" skyjacker lift springs, nitrogen shocks, steering box conversion, custom roll cage, CB, F134 engine, Solid axle Dana 44 rear, Dana 30 front (HD disks), 5.38 gears, 34x10.5x15 LTB's, DC-1 wheels, Lock-right rear, ARB front, Durabak inside and out

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    I donít think your price is unreasonable. Just have to give it a little to hook it up with the right buyer.
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