Jeep has always had a strong following. This has long made classic Jeeps extremely desirable. Of course, these vehicles have always been made to be more sturdy than elegant, and yet it is this boxy design that helps set the vehicles apart. The 1967 Kaiser Jeep M715 Pickup looks far older than it is, as it has an extreme WWII military feel to it. While Jeep has recently moved back into the pickup world with the release of the Gladiator, the 1967 Kaiser Jeep M715 Pickup is a true classic, which is what makes the upcoming auction through Worldwide Auctioneers so desirable for collectors.
This 1967 Kaiser Jeep M715 Pickup has just 5,000 miles on its odometer and has undergone a full restoration. It has an all-steel cabin with a sliding rear window and 42-inch big-time mudder wheels and tires. It also features an upgraded GM 350 V8 and Oldsmobile automatic transmission for more power and smoother handling.