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1966 Indian Ceramic Jeep CJ5A Tuxedo Park Mark IV

Amazing time capsule with only 2,900 miles!!

$59,900

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Generation: Non-Corvettes
Year: 1966
Make: Jeep
Model: CJ5A
Body Style: Sports Utility Vehicle
Exterior Color: Indian Ceramic
Interior Color: Black
Transmission: 3-Speed Manual
Mileage: 2,965
Stock Number: 6003
VIN Number: 832215317
Price: $59,900
Drivetrain: 4WD
Engine: 3.7L V6
Location: In Stock

Indian Ceramic w/Black interior.

Barn find with 2,965 miles since new

Rare Model 8322 CJ-5A Tuxedo Park Mark IV

Original Indian Ceramic paint

4-wheel drive

Dauntless 225 CI OHV V-6 engine

Floor-shifted 3-speed transmission

Surrey Gala Top option

Garage kept since new

Never driven on the dirt road

Side mounted spare tire with cover

Chrome front and rear bumper

Chrome hood badges

Chrome license plate holder

Chrome headlights and tail lamp surrounds

Windshield clamp catch

Chrome hubcaps and whitewall tires

Black bucket seats and floor mat

Original oil bath air cleaner

Mobil oil change sticker intact from 1985 showing 2,353 miles

From the rudimentary 1946 CJ-2A to the last CJ-7s of 1986, for 40 years there was a Jeep CJ for practically any task. Kaiser-Fraser was already failing when it took over Jeep producer Willys-Overland in 1953, but the CJ carried on for more than 30 years afterwards. One of the longest-running variants was the CJ-5, which first appeared in 1954. By 1961, Kaiser realized the Jeep was beginning to lose ground to fresh-faced competition both foreign and domestic. The fast-growing youth market was turning to sportier cars that emphasized style and speed, while Jeep’s image was, at least figuratively, stuck in the mud. In response, Jeep rolled out the Tuxedo Park, a trim package that included chromed add-ons and upgraded seats upholstered in “Black British Calf Grain Vinyl.” In 1964 the Tuxedo Park became its own model, the Mark IV. Available in either CJ-5A or CJ-6A long-wheelbase configuration, the Mark IV was distinguished from the standard Jeep by its chromed bumpers and hood badges, hood hold-downs and windshield clamp catch, chromed full-size wheel covers with “Jeep” center caps, a drop-down chromed license plate frame and chromed tail light bezels.

Mark IVs were few in number, and today this low-mileage barn find identified as genuine by its “8322” VIN prefix must be considered one of the very best still in existence. Garage kept since new and never driven on dirt roads, this remarkable 4-wheel-drive specimen shows just 2,981 miles on the odometer. Power comes from the Buick-based Dauntless 225/160 HP V-6 engine mated to a floor-shifted 3-speed manual transmission. Accessorized with the optional Surrey Gala top, a side-mount spare with matching cover and chromed mirrors, it still wears its original Indian Ceramic paint and Black bucket seats and floor mat. This pristine and rare specialty CJ-5A Tuxedo Park Mark IV promises years of fun, whether as a collection centerpiece or a showcase vehicle for parades and special events.


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