I made the mistake of letting AutoTempest send me all across the country looking at Craigslist and now I’m so upset with the entire state of Washington.

How the hell did all of the manual XJs in the country end up there? And old Willys, and good grief this is amazing.

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Keep in mind, this is strictly stick shifts, and I gave up after most of 2 pages

I see:

  • 2 Comanches
  • 10 XJ Cherokees (I have exactly 2 manual Cherokees within 200 miles of me)
  • 19 CJs
  • 7...miscellaneous

Let’s talk about the miscellaneous first.

1972 Jeep Commando. This is the bullnose vehicle, the least Jeep-like front-end ever. Quite rare.

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A diesel Jeep TJ Unlimited Rubicon, the LJR just like mine but diesel!

1953 Willys Wagon

1947 Jeepster!

1965 Gladiator (ok this is actually listed from LA but it showed up)

1942 Willys. For 5000!! No photos, so for all I know it’s a scam, but holy hell a WWII MB for 5 grand what the hell Washington?

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A DJ5 converted to be an ice cream truck.

The CJs, oh my. There’s a Tuxedo Park (https://blog.kaiserwillys.com/a-brief-history-of-the-tuxedo-park), a ground-up restored Scrambler, a 1955 CJ-5 with only 8200 original miles and all its original manuals.

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Y’all are just killing me.

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A flatfender for 3500. Damn you.
A flatfender for 3500. Damn you.
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