This truck's last duty was with the Air Force Reserve because of the tower stickers on the dash and because of the Air Force Reserve inventory sticker on the dash (number unreadable).
This M715 Runs and drives. It was converted to 12 volt when I bought it. It has an AMC 258 installed. I bought two used 258's; I installed one and I rebuilt the other. The current 258 has a rear main seal leak so bring your trailer. The rebuilt 258 is for sale separately. This truck comes with all the manuals and $1000 worth of spare parts, which are in the bed of the truck. The truck has new tires, tubes and liners, including spare. Fiberglass hard top, New windshield frame and new glass, new wiper blades, Motorcraft 2150 reman carburetor. Flags (Air Force and US flag that mount to brush guard.It also has a new radiator installed (not stock).
List of things in the bed:
-Stock fuel tank (no rust inside), steel straps, filler neck and hardware.
-New stainless steel brake line kit.
-New extra brake pads with rivets.
-Extra grille valence.
-Extra stock radiator.
-Military ordinance box, period correct.
-Painted military period dash gauges and hardware.
-A stock period correct rear tail light to replace the one on the truck.
-Many other parts.
This is the lowest price I will go on this truck, so price is firm. I have decided to work on a '67 CJ5 instead. I paid $10,900 for it in 2019 and I did a lot of work to it. I hope someone will take the truck the next steps toward restoration.
A walk-around video is on several Facebook groups (Military Vehicle Enthusiasts, Frontline Motor Pool, or just search Facebook Marketplace for M715).