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Old 12-12-2012, 10:35 AM
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I've got a 73 Commando in my driveway that I can't drive since i became disabled. It's complete and runs 258 I6 TH400 Dana 44 r Dana 30 frnt AR rims GM hei High back back reclining buckets lots os spare parts go with it If you have any interest please call me at 781 933 9023 The wife is going to have it towed away
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Not too many o these old dogs left. The rear end is a Dana 44 with 30 spline axle shafts that is a direct bolt in for the AMC 20 in a CJ. Donít tow it, rebuilt it.
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What Saddle Tramp said. There aren't a lot of CJs left either. I paid $150 for an axle like that.
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