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1973 JEEP J4000 4X4

Make: Jeep
Model: Other
Year: 1973
Mileage: 134,217
VIN: J3A462XN37294
Color: Green
Engine: 360 V8
Cylinders: 8
Drive type: 4WD
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: San Diego, California, United States

1973 Jeep Other J4000 J SERIES PICK UP TRUCK Additional Info:

1973 JEEP J4000
I am proud to present an Amercian Icon for sale. this old Jeep has just been traded into our store from a private party who was a Texasresident. Clear Texas title is on hand. Truck runs and drives fine. very little surface rust and it is structurally sound. it has 4 new 32-inch mud tires. It is a great candidate for restoration for added value or driven as is. Please keep in mind that Jeep has not delivered a pickup truck for around 30 years; as result, thesepickup truck are highly sought after.
winning bidder is to pay $500 nonrefundable deposit via PayPal to secure the deal within 24 hours. Otherwise, please contact me to explore other options such as direct depositor checks.
I can help with the logistics of the shipping to your respected state. Please don't hesitate to call me if there are any questions (858)210-6444.
I have included a video here showing the engine running:
History:Also known as the J-200/J-2000 series (120-inch wheelbase) and the J-300/J-3000 series (126-inch wheelbase, 205.36 inches long), the Gladiator was available with 7- or 8-foot beds. You could get a Thriftside (stepside), a Townside (with the flat body sides), or stake (also available as a dualie) pickup, platform stake, or chassis cab, in standard or custom cab, as a 1/2-, 3/4-, or 1-ton, and with two- or four-wheel drive (begin the drinking game now), although the 1-tons were limited to 4x4 status. It was 1970 that brought the optional lightweight Camper package to the 126-inchers and included heavier-duty parts, while the Camper Truck was a bigger-and-longer choice-a 132-inch wheelbase and 205.64-inch length. In 1970, the 132-inch-wheelbase J-4000 series joined the group, while the J-3000 vanished.

The following year, there were three Gladiators available: J-2000, J-4000, and Camper, and by 1972, the Gladiator officially became the J-Truck series: J-2500, J-3500, J-4500, J-4600, J-4700, and J-4800. The first two rode on the 120-inch wheelbase while the others had 132-inch wheelbases, and this marked the same time you could get a J-Truck with a 120-inch wheelbase and 6,000-pound GVWR. Come 1974, the models were again renamed, this time to J-10 and J-20, with the J-10 available in 119- and 131-inch wheelbases (194 and 206 inches long overall, respectively) and the J-20 at 131 inches (drink). Dead by 1973 was the Thriftside.

Packages included the Custom and the fancy-without-schmancy Pioneer in 1974, which by 1977, temporarily turned itself into Custom (and only for the J-20), the same year the Golden Eagle dropped. Wondering where the macho Honcho is? That's a '76 package on the 119-inch wheelbase. The Laredo was available for short wheelbases in 1980, and by 1984, only Pioneer and Laredo were offered. That next year saw the demise of the shorty J-10. We mentioned the Panel Delivery in our Wagoneer coverage the last issue; it had a wheelbase of 110 inches and was about 10 inches shorter overall compared with the J-200/2000.