Kaiser Jeep M725 Ambulance 1968 4x4!

  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Jeep
  • Model: Kaiser M725 4x4
  • SubModel: Ambulance
  • Type: Ambulance Box
  • Year: 1968
  • Mileage: 15,960
  • VIN: 11414
  • Color: Green
  • Engine size: 230 Tornado
  • Number of cylinders: 6
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Manual
  • Drive type: 4WD
  • Interior color: Green
  • Options: 4-Wheel Drive
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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1968 Jeep Kaiser M725 4x4 Ambulance Description

Up for auction I have my 1968 Kaiser Jeep M725...this is a almost totally original Ambulance!. she's in excellent conduction..."NO" rust at all...spent most of her life in AZ.....just a few spots of surface rust where the paint is thin

..She's ready for some summer fun!! and parades!!....Her marking are the ones she came with from the USA Army. (not made up numbering)

...Runs and drives great!!..with only just on 15900 miles! on the clock

Just had a Oil change done, within the last 100 miles

..Gearbox does leak a bit of gear-oil.... I drive this vehicle almost on a daily bases to work at around 15 miles each way (Photos were taken at the Airport where I work)

Its never let me down yet...the 2-4high-low gears work in the transfer case....everything works as it should!...including the upper roof spotlight, interior lighting in the back door., large surgical lighting, it is equipped with the Gas fired heater inside the back/rear compartment (fuel line not connected though)...it will start and try to fire up.

The electric airflow system in the back works as well for the gas heater in the back. (x2)

.Inside its all original with its 4 litters /stretchers and all seating, including the jump seat/back door step..2 brand new batteries installed this week...yes she's still running her 24Volt system

The only thing she really needs is the tires replaced...they are dry cracked

I have replaced the brake master cylinder with a brand new one, and all 4 wheel cylinders were rebuilt using NOS cups and dust covers etc...

I have taken her to shows and won a best 60's truck award....if you like getting noticed on the road....you cant go wrong with the M725!....

There's no hurry to move her if you need time to arrange shipping....I live semi rural and have loads of room to store her.....or if you replaced the tires. for better ones you can fly in and drive her home....nearest Airport to me is Tucson International (80 miles)....I can pick you up if needed....

I have a clear Arizona title in my name and ready to transfer

Anyways....have a question??...just ask and I will answer to the best of my knowledge .