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TRUCK STARTS, RUN & DRIVES GREAT!
FUN TRUCK W/ TONS OF TORQUE!
You are bidding on an AMERICAN CLASSIC ! A 1975 Jeep J10 Pickup made in the Toledo, Ohio Factory! It only has 67,000 original miles & still has its original factory paint (Yes, that classic Avocado color we all know from th.e 70's)..
The truck starts right up every time (especially with the HEI ignition). It has A LOT of torque, so it can climb a wall! It's an absolute blast to drive & you'll receive a lot of attention when driving it!
Full Size Jeeps (SJ BODY) have continued to GAIN in value since & are continuing to soar in price, so you are actually purchasing an INVESTMENT!
- FSJ's were made from 1963- 1991, including:Jeep Wagoneer (63-83), Grand Wagoneer (84-91), Gladiator, J10, J20 Pickups (63-88) & Cherokees (74-83).
Knowing all this, it absolutely breaks my heart to have to sell my Jeep, but I'm moving out of state & cannot take it with me. Ideally, I would love to see my truck go to a person who adores & appreciates this classic truck as much as I do & who has a passion & knowledge of Full Size Jeeps. Here are the details:
1975 Jeep J10 Pickup
67,400 original miles
Straight/ Inline 6 Cylinder, 258 C.I.D Engine
HEI IGNITION UPGRADE
2-Barrel, Weber Carburetor with K&N Air Filter
T-14a, 3-Speed Manual Transmission w/ Floor Shifter
Dana Model 20 Transfer Case
Dana 44 Axles- Front & Rear
Manual Locking Hubs on Front Axle
Power Steering, Front Disc Brakes, Rear Drum Brakes
New, Polyethylene Gas Tank
New Window & Door Seals
LED LIGHTS on Dash & Stop/Turn Signal
Original, Factory Wheels & Hubcaps
Included: 1975 Technical Service Manual, Original 1975 Owner's Manual, Authentic 1975 Sales Literature
**Tires have good tread, but are several years old
Maintenance & Work Completed- LIST BELOW!
In 2003, I purchased this truck here in Oregon with 64,412 original miles. In the last 15 years, I have only put on 3,000 miles (67,400 current mileage). My understanding is that it was initially a farmer’s truck in its early years in central/ southern Oregon & has remained in Oregon its entire life (mild climate, very little snow & NO SALT on the roads!).
The interior has been completely refinished (see list below) & mechanically, it has MANY upgrades, such as an HEI ignition/ distributor, the factory 1- Barrel Carter YF Carburetor was replaced with a new, 2- Barrel Weber Carburetor, a new alternator, new polyethylene gas tank & fuel sending unit, door seals, window wipes, brand new LED 3rd brake lights & LED turn signals on TOP of cab for safety & tons more (see list below). The frame/ underside of bed has little to no rust all- surface, if anything. If you want more photos of anything, please contact me ( only allows 24 photos). I highly suggest watching ALL 7 videos I have made on YouTube.
Below is a thorough list of what has been done to the truck since I have owned it:
64,524 Miles Replaced Rear Brake Shoes & Cylinders New Front Brake Pads, packed the Bearings, New Front Brake HosesNew Radiator, all Hoses, New Water Outlet & Thermostat, flushed system New Spark Plugs, changed fluids, lubed chassisNew Polyethylene Gas Tank, new Sending Unit assembly installedRepaired floor weld driver side, undercoated wheel wellsNew Clutch Pivot Balls & Clips, Release Rod, Adjuster Rod, Bellcrank Bushings, Seals/ Boots. T-14 transmission opened up from inside cabin, inspected, drained oil & replaced gaskets. 64,750 Miles
REMOVED the 1- barrel Carter YF carburetor & intake & exhaust manifold, REPLACED with a new 2- barrel WEBER carburetor & new 2– barrel Intake & Exhaust ManifoldNew Tail PipeInstalled new HEI Distributor (upgraded to electronic ignitition)New Spark Plug Wire setInstalled brand new tinted, Sliding Rear Window & GasketReplaced Backup Light Switch on transmission 65,072 Miles
New Fuel Pump Installed
Installed New Oil Pump & Screen, dropped and cleaned Oil Pan, New Gaskets, Painted Oil Pan RedNew Heater Fan Motor, Painted Red 65,400 Miles
New Timing Chain & GearsNew Rocker Arms & Push Rods on EngineNew Valve Cover Gaskets, Painted Valve Cover RedNew PCV Valve
New Rancho Steering Strut/Shock 67,398 Miles
New Water Pump & Thermostat HousingNew Fuel FiltersInstalled used E- Brake assembly New AlternatorNew Headlight Switch OTHER THINGS THAT HAVE BEEN DONE:
Replaced Inner & Outer Window Wipes
New Door Seals
New Side Marker Reflectors (front and rear) Brand New LED 3rd Brake LightNew LED Turn Signals on Top Rear of Cab (next to outer cargo lightNOS Locks/ Lock Cylinders installedNew Door Handle & Door Lock
Gaskets- Driver & Passenger
Interior: (Please see videos- too much to write!)
New Carpet, New HeadlinerRefinished Black Vinyl on Seats, Center Arm Rest, Visors & Door Panels NOS Dash Pad installed w/ Insulation underneath NOS Brake & Clutch Pedal TreadsAir Vents removed, cleaned, lubed & replacedNew Air Ducts/ Venting installed under dashNew, Equus Oil Pressure Gauge installed under dash
New, Custom Diamond Cut Kick PanelsNew Rubber Tubing for Heater & Defrost Actuators NOS Brake Light Switch installed on E-Brake1960’s Willy’s Brake Light on DashCourtesy Lights Mounted on Dash OEM Map Light from Grand Wagoneer Installed on headliner with LED BulbNew SPEAKER under Dash Pad installed for OEM AM Radio New, aftermarket Plastic Glove Box installed to replace OEM Cardboard Glove BoxNOS, OEM Glove Box Key for Locking Glove BoxOEM Dash Clock
I am INCLUDING an OEM body part from another J10 for the new owner-- a right, rear replacement tail light housing/ end cap body panel that I purchased & had cut off of another Jeep J10 pickup-- just in case the new owner would like to restore/ repair that corner. This was my intention, but I decided to leave it as-is & sell it with the truck. The truck functions perfectly fine & the damage is not very noticeable, so it is not necessary, only cosmetic.
***Please Note: the truck has a Reconstructed title-- not because it was totaled per se, but because the prior owner had minimal damage to the right rear bumper/ rear tail light end-cap when the truck was approximately 25 years old (see photos/ videos). At that time, their insurance company determined it would cost more to repair it than they deemed the truck to be worth (again, this was around 2000-01 & the truck was 25 years old then). The owner took the cash from their insurance company & handed over the title & truck. The insurance company was then required to change the title to, totalled, reconstructed & auctioned it. I have since replaced the bumper with a stock, OEM bumper from another J10. I have had the truck fully insured by Amica Insurance & registered in Oregon for 15 years.
THANKS FOR LOOKING!
|“ABSOLUTELY BEAUTIFUL- 67,000 Original Miles! Completely Refinished Interior, Immaculate Engine + Many Upgrades- HEI ignition/ Distributor (see YouTube Videos & Description for Details)” |
| Year: || 1975 || VIN (Vehicle Identification Number): || J5F45MA050085 |
| Mileage: || 67426 || Transmission: || Manual |
| Make: || Jeep || Body Type: || Standard Cab Pickup |
| Model: || J10 || Warranty: || Unspecified |
| Engine: || Inline 6 cylinder, 258 C.I.D. || Vehicle Title: || Rebuilt, Rebuildable & Reconstructed |
| Drive Type: || 4WD || Options: || 4-Wheel Drive, CD Player |
| Fuel Type: || Gasoline || Exterior Color: || Green Apple |
| For Sale By: || Private Seller || Interior Color: || Black |
| Disability Equipped: || No || Number of Cylinders: || 6 |
| Drive Side: || Left-hand drive |