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75 JEEP J10 PICKUP (Gladiator) Vintage Classic Jeep J Series Truck 67k Miles!!!

  • Make: Jeep
  • Model: J10
  • Type: Standard Cab Pickup
  • Year: 1975
  • Mileage: 67,426
  • VIN: J5F45MA050085
  • Color: Green Apple
  • Engine size: Inline 6 cylinder, 258 C.I.D.
  • Number of cylinders: 6
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: 3- Speed Manual (Jeep T-14a)
  • Drive type: 4WD
  • Interior color: Black
  • Drive side: Left-hand drive
  • Options: 4-Wheel Drive, CD Player
  • Vehicle Title: Salvage
  • Location: Portland, Oregon, United States


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This is not an ordinary "OLD PICKUP"-- You are bidding on a CLASSIC, 1975 Jeep J10 Pickup made in the Toledo, Ohio Factory! It only has 67,000 original miles & it still has its original factory "GREEN APPLE" paint (Yes, that classic "Avocado" color we all know from the 70's!). It's just a BEAUTY!
The Full size Jeeps of the 1960's- 1980's (Wagoneer, Grand Wagoneer, J10, J20 Pickups & Cherokees 74-83) have GAINED in value since 2000 & are continuing to soar in price, so you are purchasing an INVESTMENT.
It absolutely breaks my heart to have to sell this, but I'm moving out of state & cannot take my Jeeps. Ideally, I would love to see my truck go to a person who adores & appreciates this classic truck as much as I do & who has a passion & knowledge of Full Size Jeeps. Here are the details:

1975 Jeep J10 Pickup

67,400 original miles

VIN: J5F45MA050085

Straight/ Inline 6 Cylinder, 258 C.I.D Engine

2-Barrel, Weber Carburetor with K&N Air Filter

T-14a, 3-Speed Manual Transmission w/ Floor Shifter

Dana 20 Transfer Case

Dana 44 Axles- Front & Rear

Manual Locking Hubs on Front Axle

Power Steering,Front Disc Brakes, Rear Drum Brakes

2017 Battery

Original, Factory Wheels & Hubcaps

**Tires have good tread, but are several years old

Maintenance records will be included

I purchased this truck in 2003 with 64,412 original miles. In those 15 years, I have only put on 3,000 miles (67,400 current mileage). My understanding is that it was a farmer’s truck here in mild Oregon for most of its early life. The interior has been completely refinished (see list below) & mechanically, it has had several upgrades, such as an HEI ignition/ distributor, the 1- Barrel Carter YF Carb replaced with a new, 2- Barrel Weber Carburetor, a new, alternator, new polyethylene gas tank & fuel sending unit & much more (see list below).

The truck is a blast to drive! It starts right up every time. It has A LOT of torque, so it can climb a wall! Please note, the truck has a salvaged title only because the owner before me bought it from an insurance company who had totaled it because it had/has minimal damage on the right rear, taillight end cap (see videos). I replaced the bumper with a stock, OEM one from another J10. I have purchased & I am INCLUDING a replacement tail light/ end cap that I had cut off of another Jeep J10 pickup--just in case the new owner would like to restore/ repair that corner (see photos of the end piece!). This was my intention, but I decided to leave it as is & sell it with the truck. The truck functions perfectly fine as-is & the damage is not very noticeable, so it is not necessary, only cosmetic.

64,524 Miles

  • Replaced Rear Brake Shoes & Cylinders
  • New Front Brake Pads, packed the Bearings, New Front Brake Hoses
  • New Radiator, all Hoses, New Water Outlet & Thermostat, flushed system
  • New Spark Plugs, changed fluids, lubed chassis
  • New Polyethylene Gas Tank, new Sending Unit assembly installed
  • Repaired floor weld driver side, undercoated wheel wells
  • New Clutch Pivot Balls & Clips, Release Rod, Adjuster Rod, Bellcrank Bushings, Seals/ Boots.
  • T-14 transmission opened up from inside cabin, inspected, drained oil & replaced gaskets (see photos of transmission)

64,750 Miles

  • Removed 1- barrel Carter YF carburetor & intake & exhaust manifold, replaced with new 2- barrel Weber carburetor & new 2– barrel intake & exhaust manifold
  • New tail pipe
  • Installed new HEI distributor (upgraded to electronic ignitition)
  • New spark plug wire set
  • Installed brand new tinted, sliding rear window and gasket
  • Replaced backup light switch on transmission

65,072 Miles

  • New Fuel Pump Installed
  • Installed New Oil Pump & Screen, dropped and cleaned Oil Pan, New Gaskets, Painted Oil Pan Red
  • New Heater Fan Motor, Painted Red

65,400 Miles

  • New Timing Chain & Gears
  • New Rocker Arms & Push Rods on Engine
  • New Valve Cover Gaskets, Painted Valve Cover Red
  • New PCV Valve
  • New Rancho Steering Strut/Shock

67,398 Miles

  • New Water Pump & Thermostat Housing
  • New Fuel Filters
  • Installed used E- Brake assembly
  • New Alternator
  • New Headlight Switch



  • Replaced Inner & Outer Window Wipes, New Door Handle & Door Lock
  • Gaskets/Seals & New Door Seals
  • New Side Marker Reflectors (front and rear)
  • Brand New LED 3rd Brake Light
  • New LED Turn Signals on Rear Cab (next to outer cargo light
  • NOS Locks/ Lock Cylinders installed

Interior: (Please see videos- too much to write!)

  • New Carpet, New Headliner
  • Refinished Black Vinyl on Seats, Center Arm Rest, Visors & Door Panels
  • NOS Dash Pad installed w/ Insulation
  • NOS Brake & Clutch Pedal Treads
  • Air Vents removed, cleaned, lubed & replaced
  • New Air Ducts/ Venting installed under dash
  • New, Equus Oil Pressure Gauge installed under dash
  • New, Custom Diamond Cut Kick Panels
  • New Rubber Tubing for Heater & Defrost Actuators
  • NOS Brake Light Switch installed on E-Brake
  • 1960’s Willy’s Brake Light on Dash
  • Courtesy Lights installed on Dash
  • OEM Map Light from Grand Wagoneer Installed on headliner
  • New SPEAKER under Dash Pad installed for OEM AM Radio
  • New, aftermarket Plastic Glove Box to replace OEM Cardboard Glove Box
  • NOS, OEM Glove Box Key for Locking Glove Box
  • NOS, OEM Dash Clock
  • 1962, NOS, authentic, FIRST year manufactured, “JEEP” JEWELLED Glove Box Clock (estimated value: $500-600, up to $1,000 …EXTREMELY RARE!!!)

On Jul-02-18 at 03:24:57 PDT, seller added the following information:

Correction: Title is NOT a salvage title, it is a "reconstructed". When the truck was 25 years old, the previous owner's insurance company totaled it because the cost to replace the bumper & repair right rear tail light cost more than the blue book value at the time, so owner sold truck to insurance- so title is Oregon "totaled reconstructed". I've owned it 15 years & have had it fully insured by Amica insurance & registered.