1967 Jeep CJ-6

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History

Another CJ model, the Jeep® CJ-6 features a 20-inch longer wheelbase than the CJ-5. Introduced in 1955 as a 1956 model, the CJ-6 wasn’t as popular with civilians in the United States as it was in other countries such as Sweden and South America. But, the CJ-6 Jeeps were popular with the U.S Forest Service. Around 50,172 had been made when the series went out of production completely in 1975.

Built from 1955 through 1975, the CJ-6 model was offered to appease Jeep® utility owners whose only complaint about the CJ-type models was lack of storage space.

The CJ-6 seen today was used for a volunteer ambulance service to transport the sick to the hospital in Troy, Michigan. The vehicle is in remarkably original condition with 14,000 original miles—a truly amazing antique.

Features

  • Original paint
  • Original tires
  • Original soft top
  • Dispatch radio, CB radio, and AM radio
  • Original PTO Ramsey winch
Manufacturer Jeep
Production 50,172 built
Engine Options Hurricane engine, 72 hp & 114 ft./lbs. torque
Perkins diesel, 62 hp & 143 ft./lbs. torque
Dauntless V6, 160 hp & 230 ft./lbs. torque
232 cubic inch, 100 hp & 185 ft./lbs. torque
258 cubic inch, 115-150 hp & 210-240 ft./lbs. torque
304 cubic inch, 125-150 hp & 220-245 ft./lbs. torque
Transmission Options T14A, T15, T18, T90C, & T98 manual transmissions
Transfer Case Spicer 18, Dana 20
Rear Axle Spicer 44-2, Dana 44
Front Axle Spicer 25, Spicer 27, Dana 30
Wheelbase 101-inches, 104-inches
Length 155.5 in.
Width 71.7 in.
Height 68.4 in.
Curb Weight 2,413 lbs.
  • Client: 1967 Jeep CJ-6
  • Filed under: Classic