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For Sale '67 Cj6a Tuxedo Park For $13,500

Discussion in 'Early CJ-5 and CJ-6 Classifieds' started by Lemuel, May 24, 2023.

  1. May 24, 2023

    Lemuel New Member

    Apr 20, 2017
    I'm reluctantly willing to sell my '67 CJ6A Tuxedo Park for $13,500, in Dallas. I know it's 1 of 20 made in ’67, and one of less than 450 made total. It’s rare! Most of it is original. I enjoy this car and it always gets fun and envious looks. People will ask about it when I'm parked or stopped at an intersection. There are a few things that are not original of course. The front seat is a 60/40, and needs to be reupholstered if restoration is the goal. I have some seat cushions for the wheel wells, and they are immaculate, but don't match. The Ramsey 4,000# PTO winch is working. Jeep has: chrome oil bath, 3-speed on the floor, 225 Buick Dauntless with dual headers, which gives it a nice throaty sound, Bestop and 33" mud terrain tires with about 3,000 miles on them. Fuel gauge and the speedo cable is broken. I have old tail lights (era correct) to replace the square ones which obviously don't belong.

    It’s a very fun car to drive and gets plenty of stares, more waves than most and lots of inquiries. Steering has typical play for an old CJ, and it has a handful of blemishes, but it’s a sound car with lots of fun left in it and even plenty more with some attention. It’ll easily do 75mph on the highway. If restoration is in mind, it shouldn’t be too hard to achieve.

    Kaiser Jeep CJ6A Tuxedo Park Mark IV
    Buick Dauntless 225 V6
    Chrome Oil bath
    Chrome parking brake handle
    PTO Ramsey Winch
    100’ 3/8” steel cable
    Warn Hub lock-outs
    80k+ miles
    I’m probably the 4th owner
    T-86 Transmission
    Dana 18 Transfer Case
    Dana 27 Front Axle
    Dana 44 Rear Axle
    3 gear & reverse
    Max speed 75-80mph
    Herculiner type interior
    10 gal fuel capacity
    60/40 front bench seat
    rear bench seat
    33” BF Goodrich Mud-terrain Tires
    dual headers give it a great throaty sound

    Introduced in 1953 as the M170 military version, the civilian CJ-6 made its debut in 1955 as a 1956 model. It was a stretched version of the CJ-5 with a 20 in (508 mm) longer-wheelbase (101 in, 1955-1971 / 103.5 in, 1972–1981). The extended chassis allowed a variety of configurations, including adding a second row of seats. The M170 military version shared many of the features of the M38A1 (Military CJ-5), but had the passenger-door opening extended back to the rear wheel well. As in the CJ-5, the V6 and V8 engine choices appeared in 1965 and 1972.
    The U.S. Forest Service put of CJ-6 Jeeps into use. American sales ended after 1975, with the introduction of the CJ-7. A total of 50,172 were produced when the series went out of production in 1981."
    There were 448 CJ6As (Tuxedo Park Mark IV) manufactured, and only 20 in the last year of production, which was in 1967, of which this Tuxedo was one of the last. (Vehicle history courtesy of Wikipedia.)
    The Jeep is very solid. The Dauntless V6 runs well and the 3 speed manual transmission functions as it should. (The 1930's Handyman Jack, precursor to Hi-Lift Jack, has been removed and isn't available.)
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    68CJ-5, vtxtasy, Tralehead and 3 others like this.
  2. May 24, 2023

    Danefraz Well-Known Member 2023 Sponsor 2022 Sponsor 2021 Sponsor

    Chico CA
    Aug 11, 2012
    Nice rig
  3. May 24, 2023

    Beach66Bum 1966 Tuxedo Park Mark IV 2021 Sponsor

    Big Island on...
    Oct 30, 2015
    A rare Tuxedo indeed! The oil bath in chrome is cool! Never seen that.
    vtxtasy likes this.
  4. May 24, 2023

    OnlyOneDR Member 2023 Sponsor 2021 Sponsor

    Mar 4, 2020
    So much want here. One of these days I will find a 6. Good luck with the sale.
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