<b>Engine: </b>Check the oil; if it’s at all milky-looking, then you have a Jeep that either was driven like a submarine at the local pond or has a blown head gasket. Just make sure that the engine is complete for the most part. Obviously, a missing carburetor means you ain’t driving it home. Older Jeep engines are bound to leak at least a little oil, and they will more than likely be gushing when the rpms come up. Make sure the motor mounts are intact. Any 258 inline-six is bound to have some vacuum leaks causing it to run rough if it runs at all.