My 1963 Jeep Fleetvan

by (no name given)

Happy Yellow Jeep Fleetvan

Happy Yellow Jeep Fleetvan

This Jeep was found on a side street in sad shape, but I had a vision, and brought it back to life.

The original engine and transmission wore out, and so it got a 1973 Ford 2L transplant with an automatic trans. It even got a brake booster for power brakes.

It used to be my daily driver for about ten years, but I finally got a 1971 Dodge, and use the Jeep for special occasions.

Larry's Comment: Wow! This is the first Jeep Fleetvan photo and story anyone has ever sent to this website...and your yellow box is a beauty.

We've had the small Postal Jeeps and Forward Control Jeeps, but no FJ (Fleetvan Jeeps).

Thanks, and please send more details (and photos) of this cool Jeep van.

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Voilà quelque chose!
by: Alain

Là, c'est vraiment fort!

It is the first - and probably last - time that I see such a machine.

For "fast" driving it is probably worse than a Jeep, but to bring food and liquor to a friends party, it must be the best.



So Cool
by: Bigdaddyrabbit

Very cool! I'm impressed with its condition for its age. It was borne the same as job!

Love it!
by: Jan

Must be great to drive something virtually no one else has ever seen before. Loads of fun!

Gobsmacked! It's the dog's, no question.
by: mike

It's all in my title. Thanks. You're a hero mate.

by: mike

Fab,is it on a CJ chassis? You're a hero, mate. Let's hope you get more "visions". Good luck.

by: Poppa daddy

If there's ever a time you want to part from it, let me know.


by: Kodiak

I have one. It sat in a cow pasture 35yrs. I took it home on a trailer. Even after 35yrs the Hurricane 134 came to life. The trans works in fwd and reverse. It still needs a lot of work. Anybody know where to get parts?


You would not recognize her now
by: Mr VWPorscheMoparMitsubishi

To see what she is looking like now go to:

She is now cream and pink with a serving window. She was pretty rusty from Oregon. Pinto 4-cylinder with C4 automatic.

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