I like your restoration. I would like to ask where you secured your jump seats in the back. I have a 63 CJ5 and would like to do something similar.
no problem, I’m glad my instructions made sense, and that you like the windows tucked inside your soft top. I’m not sure if your jeep looks like a one-of-a-kind in Sri Lanka, but it would really stand out as a beauty and unique in Southern California. Have fun driving it!–Mike
Thank you for the advise, i did so and was comfortable with the soft top rolled up the other way around
Thank you for your comments.
I ,along with a few others did it up completely, it is in good shape and runs quite well.I enjoy the week end drive.
Your jeep looks well maintained, did you do it yourself?
Senaka–I like the photos of your CJ-5, very unique!
I noticed your softop windows appear to be rolled up on the outside of themselves, but if you roll them up toward the inside of themselves (the opposite way) they will tuck up inside your softop better, instead of resting on the outside. Give it a try and let me know how you like it. Take care–Mike Linehan (my CJ-5 is a couple photos ahead of yours)
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