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Old August 9th, 2011, 10:19 PM   #1
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Anyone have any idea what these go to? I got them in a misc. auction and am thinking old jeep or snowblower/garden tractor cab? Zippable windows seem to be stained with something brown maybe 2 stroke oil?

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Old August 9th, 2011, 10:27 PM   #2
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Yeah, doesn't look like a CJ5/6. Close, but no cigar.
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Old August 9th, 2011, 10:34 PM   #3
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Old August 9th, 2011, 10:44 PM   #4
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garbage?
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They are CJ 5 doors. roughly 1972-1975 vintage. Nothing newer than 75. They look like OEM doors and actually for the age do not look to be in bad condition. Value about $0
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Old August 10th, 2011, 12:29 AM   #6
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yah thats what I thought, value wise. Anyone want these for a project or the frames?
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Old August 10th, 2011, 07:13 AM   #7
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Check here for some measurements, flatfender and early or intermediate CJ5 doors are all real similar.

http://www.earlycj5.com/forums/showt...nd-Doors/page6

Not much value, unless they are nice.
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Really? So, the handle would latch to the roll bar? The hinge would hvae been on the windshield and at the very bottom? Even the dimansions don't look right.
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Really? So, the handle would latch to the roll bar? The hinge would hvae been on the windshield and at the very bottom? Even the dimansions don't look right.
Yes, there was a little loop/hinge piece that you'd screw onto the windshield frame (which was MUCH more upright on pre1976 jeeps). the bottom went into a hole in the door opening sill. The latch would latch to a striker, an L-shaped bracket bolted onto the top rail of the tub. Many of those early jeeps didn't have factory roll bars.

The front of the door is a bigger flap of material that would generaly be snapped onto the body, in front of the hinge, to seal up the gap.
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Yes, there was a little loop/hinge piece that you'd screw onto the windshield frame (which was MUCH more upright on pre1976 jeeps). the bottom went into a hole in the door opening sill. The latch would latch to a striker, an L-shaped bracket bolted onto the top rail of the tub. Many of those early jeeps didn't have factory roll bars.

The front of the door is a bigger flap of material that would generaly be snapped onto the body, in front of the hinge, to seal up the gap.
This is real close. The bottom 1/2 of the front of the door did snap onto the body. The upper part had a track that the door fabric slid into and than into the eyebolt like piece that was bolted to the windshield frame. The latch did not actually use an L shaped bracket though. Those were used on later soft 1/2 doors. The latch actually used the door uprights from the OEM soft top to latch to. That was a vertical metal bar that went up into another horizional bar that went from the windshield frame the one of the top bows.
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This is real close. The bottom 1/2 of the front of the door did snap onto the body. The upper part had a track that the door fabric slid into and than into the eyebolt like piece that was bolted to the windshield frame. The latch did not actually use an L shaped bracket though. Those were used on later soft 1/2 doors. The latch actually used the door uprights from the OEM soft top to latch to. That was a vertical metal bar that went up into another horizional bar that went from the windshield frame the one of the top bows.

This.

And they are pre 72'.

And they are worth $0 because no one making an early top now a day uses the same type of latch/hardware. I have 2 sets of those in the garage that I just haven't gotten around to throwing away yet.
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This is real close. The bottom 1/2 of the front of the door did snap onto the body. The upper part had a track that the door fabric slid into and than into the eyebolt like piece that was bolted to the windshield frame. The latch did not actually use an L shaped bracket though. Those were used on later soft 1/2 doors. The latch actually used the door uprights from the OEM soft top to latch to. That was a vertical metal bar that went up into another horizional bar that went from the windshield frame the one of the top bows.
yeah, that sounds right. Its been a while since any of my old soft tops were ever on a Jeep.
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yeah, that sounds right. Its been a while since any of my old soft tops were ever on a Jeep.
And its been some time since I did much with a CJ 5 that old. I did own a brand new 1973 once though and it had doors just like that.
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Old August 10th, 2011, 06:56 PM   #14
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Cool. I've hardly been around early 5's.
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Cool. I've hardly been around early 5's.
I bet you have wheeled with one more then you think
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