1964 Kaiser Jeep J200 4X4 Gladiator pickup

1964 Jeep J200 | Orlando, Florida | ORD 144

Grab Handle for Jeep & Quad Gear - 2 Pack of Handles - Fits 1 1/2" to 3" Inch Roll Bars

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    With Fiat Chrysler as the host, it’s no surprise the show was proliferated with Jeep’s finest. One of our personal favorites was this bright red 1964 Jeep Gladiator J200. This short-wheelbase Gladiator is in desirable four-wheel drive specification, with a Jeep Tornado 3.8-liter inline-six likely under the hood.

  • This 1967 Jeep J2000 pick-up is a clean-but-not-overly-clean example that has our favorite Gladiator front end styling. It is a V8/4-speed truck with 112k original miles and almost no modifications. Find it in British Columbia with no reserve. Special thanks to BaT reader Jim S. for this submission!

    I bought a '64 Jeep J200 Gladiator from someone in New Jersey in 2008. He was three-quarters of the way through the restoration when he ran out of dough, so I got it at a reasonable price. It drove pretty well for having drum brakes and no power steering. But this guy installed a four-inch lift kit from some company I've never heard of, and I think he forgot to tighten all the nuts holding the U-bolts to the axle (and maybe missed a few more bolts I never found).

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    • 1964 Jeep J200 3.8L 6 Cyl 


  • gsxtasee1
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    posted 01/16/14 11:40 PM                















    For sale or for trade or trade plus cash.. Asking $8500 or similar trade value of gvr4 or gvr4+ cash


    1963 Jeep J200 gladiator truck with venerable 258ci straight6, Dana 44 diff's front & rear, bfg 33"tires, T150 3spd Trans. Very clean overall & needs nothing to be a nice DD as I've been using it for about a year now. I need more space despite how much I absolutely LOVE the truck.. & can use the $ to help get my shop a new building location.... Will also consider trades for similar value Gvr4's or vr4 plus cash.. Was listed got $8500 locally but I'd really freaking love to have another vr4..

    Shoot me a message if you have an offer and wrist I can say is no.. Call or txt 310.7six7.66five9

    JP

    P.S the stickers were On there when I got it but they are all gone & truck is clean now..


    Edited by gsxtasee1 (01/16/14 11:50 PM)

    Posts: 72 | From: panama city, fl | Member Since: 10/11/13 | IP: (98.230.94.47) | 

    1963 Jeep J200 gladiator truck with venerable 258ci straight6, Dana 44 diff's front & rear, bfg 33"tires, T150 3spd Trans. Very clean overall & needs nothing to be a nice DD as I've been using it for about a year now. I need more space despite how much I absolutely LOVE the truck.. & can use the $ to help get my shop a new building location.... Will also consider trades for similar value Gvr4's or vr4 plus cash.. Was listed got $8500 locally but I'd really freaking love to have another vr4..

1965 JEEP GLADIATOR J200 Restored

This is a hard to find 1965 Jeep Gladiator J200 4x4 pickup. Jeep made the J200 from '62 - mid '65. Truck Runs, 4x4 works, tranny shifts good! I don't have the time or the money to restore it, so it needs to go to a good home!