CJ 5 with 2500 miles since amateur restoration, however, it looks and drives great. Factory Buick 225 CI motor. Hi-Lo range transfer case with coveted overdrive so you can rock crawl at 2 mph or buzz down the highway at 75 mph. Full top with doors and Bimini top as well. Three-inch body lift. Two sets of wheels and tires, 33's for 4 wheeling and standard 235/85 x 16" for highway or winter driving. 12,000-pound winch so you could pull the jeep straight up if ever necessary. Five-point harness in front seats, standard lap belts in the rear seats. Has a functional tailgate and rear-mounted spare tire and gas/water carrier.
I get a ton of compliments on the Jeep, but please don't expect it to be a 100 point restoration. To avoid surprises, this jeep still has the factory suspension so it rides pretty rough off-road and tiny mufflers so it's pretty loud. Of course, the new owner can change all that if desired. After all, it is a 50-year-old Jeep that gets used for 4 x 4 expeditions. It performs perfectly and will do just about anything a new Rubicon will do.