Opening Bid: $5,000.00
No. of Bids: 1
Current Bid: $5,500.00
This Jeep has a whole lot of like! To start, Alpaca Brown is one of the rarest color options offered by AMC! Add in the fact this is a 304 V8 Golden Eagle with overall outstanding California metal, we’ll call this a hard to beat vehicle you’ll certainly be proud to own. This CJ5 is an extremely nice driver-quality Jeep as-is, but you can also take it to the next level with minimal work.
This CJ5 Golden Eagle was acquired by the seller out of Santa Paula, California and now resides in Vail, AZ. This Jeep was sold new in southern California and was owned by the previous owner (AMC enthusiast) for many years. The seller claims this Jeep drives, shifts, and handles excellent with no known drivetrain issues.
Included by the seller are the original Levi tan OEM seats and a Levi tan bikini top. Seller claims seats are in poor condition, but buttons are salvageable should the new buyer want to reupholster the seats.
Jeep reportedly spent most of its life in the dry climate of Santa Paula, CA, which is just northwest of Los Angeles. Seller purchased the Jeep from an avocado farmer who owned it for several years as part of his small Jeep collection.
How extensive are your service records?
Seller indicates they don't have any service records
What was done during recent servicing and how long ago was it performed?
Oil change was recently done on the Jeep with approximately 100 miles on the drivetrain since change.
Are there any modifications from stock?
Seller indicates that there are modifications
Any history of paintwork or bodywork?
The previous owner stated the Jeep had a small carburetor fire during around 2010. As result of that fire, the engine was removed (resealed and painted during that time) and the engine firewall was painted, along with the underside of the hood. The top of the hood was also spot painted with blends. Seller states exterior paint blends are not blatantly obvious
Are there known issue/s?
Yes. The alternator is making a winding noise. Seller suspects the alternator needs replacement as the he believes the bearing is the cause of the noise.
Has it been in any accident/s?
Is there any rust present?
Seller states the only rust of concern is isolated on the bottom of the front driver side fender. This is an area prone to rust on these AMC era Jeeps. Other than that, Seller states the rest of the Jeep is rust free.