You won't find many of these out there! #99 out of 103 made in early 1971.
These are collector Jeeps for sure, but drivable, too. This one has the famous His and Hers Hurst console shifter for the automatic transmission. All there, not perfect, but very nice! Easy start! Good running and driving! New tires all around! Original seats are still in great shape! All original markers and emblems, stripes and colors! Jump in it and go!
Color:White on White w/ Black Interior
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Destination:Reserve it Today!
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No warranty is issued or implied with the sale of this vehicle.
Sale will be “as is” with no guarantee. Seller warrants the certificate of title to be free of all liens and encumbrances.
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