Dismantlement of the parts jeep Done!

I just finished today to dismantle the 1966 CJ-6 Jeeps parts.

I kept what I wanted and give away the rest.

Here is some pictures while dismantle it;


I find out how hard it is to remove old rusty, crusty stuff. The rear wheels stud broke, all of them!


Fender gone!

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Original Hurricane F134 sticker! I will keep it for a while.


Someone welded the battery tray on the frame…Arggh!


Tub off the frame. Two people needed.


It’s a keeper.

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So, I gave away the frame, motor, transmision, transfert case and both differentials.



It took the day to dismantle it. No too bad for a first one.

2 thoughts on “Dismantlement of the parts jeep Done!”

  1. For what it’s worth, my 66 (built 12/65 according to your 3B page link) has the exact same battery tray in the same spot. Riveted and welded.

  2. Because the plate on the right was not continuous, I though it was not original. The spot weld on the middle plate was very rough and not clean.
    The battery tray on my DJ-6 is near the firewall.
    I might then put it back where it should.
    Thank Mitch

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