This show a couple of fallen soldiers next to the jeep.
“1944- Two American soldiers lied dead next to their Jeep that was struck by German machine gun fire during the Normandy invasion. Number on hood is clearly readable.”
View all the information on eBay
Looks like a great jeep for cruising around southern california.
1947 Jeep Willys Buggy
302 H.O. Engine
Ford Automatic Transmission
9″ Rear End
Pictures do not show hood on, but it has a hood that comes with it.
87 Miles on the Engine.
Can be seen in Temecula”
“Here it is! Runs and drives great.
Soft Top included.
Call Harold for more info”
“For sale by owner is a 1948 Willys CJ-2A in Harvest Tan with Sunset Red wheels. Meticulously restored three years ago back to as close to factory specs as possible. My fun with this beauty is over and it has been sitting covered in my warehouse for several years. Except for the occasional car show or parade I don’t get it out much. The original L-head 134 cubic inch engine has plenty of power. Original 3-speed Warner T-90 transmission was rebuilt and rock-solid Dana 18 transfer case is flawless. No internal engine work was performed as each cylinder had compression between 105-109 psi. Carter carburetor overhauled by a professional using an authentic kit and parts.
The engine has been swapped over to 12VDC but still uses a generator. Factory oil-bath air cleaner, engine oil filter/canister. Includes the optional factory Jeep grill/radiator brush guard. The driver’s side vacuum driven windshield wiper motor works as it should. New wiper arms, frames and blades. All lighting is as it was from the factory including the hard-to-find glass front marker lights. The radiator was removed, cleaned, tested and reinstalled. A complete new wiring harness was purchased from Walck’s 4WD and installed. The harness wiring is loomed to factory colors. The only non-factory item installed in engine bay is a Harbor Freight oooga horn I wanted. However, it is mounted using the original horn mounting bracket in the original horn mounting holes in the fender.
Looks in good shape.
“This is a 1953 Willys M170 in great running condition
If interested please call”
“Runs and drives great.frame off restoration 15 years ago.used very little since. Mileage unknown.”
UPDATE: Price dropped to $8500
(06/03/2015) “1944 Ford GPW Jeep
clean no rust issues
$9,500 or best cash offer
clean title in hand”
No pics of the engine, but the seller notes it is an L-head rather than an f-head.
“For Sale is a 1953 Willy’s CJ-3B. It is not totally original. Hood and tailgate are aftermarket. Engine is a L-Head. I have had the vehicle for many years with the intention of restoring it. The Jeep is titled in NC and runs good. This was a project vehicle and I have well over $4200.00 invested. The Jeep has new wiring, tires, pressure plate, clutch, shocks, brakes, master cylinder and lines, gas tank, drive shafts, yokes, seals, gauges, tail lights and much more. The body is in good condition for the age with some areas of rust. The manual lockout 4WD is absolutely awesome. The engine is very strong.”
May be a good price.
“I am selling my 1974 Jeep DJ5 mail delivery vehicle for $1500 or best offer. Has a clear title and runs good. Not brand new and needs a new wiper motor if you are going to drive it in the rain but I still deliver mail in it once a week. Serious offers and inquiries only please.”
With some paint this ought to look pretty good.
“4 cyl Engine, no smoke holds 50 – 60 lbs oil pressure
5 new Firestone 6.00 X 16 inch 6 ply Military tires
5 split rim Combat rims
new master cyl
new wheel cyls
Beechwood canvas windshield cover invasion Logo
Canvas top ( invasion Logo) excellent condition
Rear seat canvas cushions excellent condition
front seat canvas cushions excellent condition
new repo front bumper
Complete set pioneer tools ( axe Shovel)
Clear Ca. Title
Non Op black Ca Plates
Most of the old paint has been wire brushed off and comes with 2 Gals of #33070 WWII Olive Drab
Also 1 Gal of American AK 3000 red oxide primer
This Jeep runs and drives, needs a little work and you can drive it and work on it at the same time.
I am also including $ 6-700.00 worth of new parts
Thanks for looking”
This is an ex-agricultural department, agriculture research service jeep. Too bad the paint isn’t in better condition.
“For Sale 1949 Willys CJ3A jeep. Engine turns freely by hand, not frozen. located in Belgrade. This jeep has a PTO on the transfer case. You can see the PTO lever in the photo of the interior between the seats. This is a relatively rare option on these old jeeps. They could run post hole augers saw mills, generators etc. This option makes sense since this jeep was a Dept. Of Agriculture vehicle as indicated by the lettering. As is $1,600. Looking for the title. This could be restored or used for parts. Do not request response by email.”
UPDATE: Price dropped to $4500.
(04/27/2015) This could be a good price. Looks ready for the Rubicon.
“1943 Ford GPW, World War II vintage, converted to 12 volt, 302 V8, auto trans., Warn overdrive, air locker in front, 33″ tires, Ramsey winch. Current non-op.”
I felt this ad was worth a comment. New Body Tub?? Huh?? Excellent condition?? What about those fenders??
“Excellent condition body, interior and mechanically. New body tub, wheels and tires (5K in tub and wheels). 1600cc SOHC Ford engine. New instrument panel as well as all steering components. Roll bar, seat belts and new top.”
View all the information on eBay
One is complete-ish and one is parts.
“1946 CJ-2A – Jeep is complete – body – frame – engine – transmission – transfer case – axles – tail gate – windshield frame – grill with lights – Willys embossed on hood and tailgate – good windshield – gas tank – will need front floor panels – will need seats – tow bar is included – tires will hold air but you should haul.
ANOTHER CJ-2A is included for parts – CJ-2A tub – windshield frame – grill with headlights – two (2) sets of flat fenders.
I recommend hauling both Jeep and extra tub on a 16 foot trailer. CASH ONLY – AT MY HOME – I WILL NOT MEET TO DISCUSS OR TRANSACT ANYWHERE ELSE
Barn Find Willys CJ-2A 1946 Jeep flat fender antique restore project parts 4 cylinder flat head 4WD transfer case axle axles transmission tire tires rim rims”
UPDATE: Price dropped to $3500.
Some items don’t work.
“1960 RARE WILLYS JEEP – CJ6 – 4 x 4 – $ 4,500
This Jeep has been owned by me since 1978 and has always been stored inside since 1978.
It is in good running condition. The engine, transfer case, transmission, clutch, 4 wheel drive, and brakes all work well.
The engine is a 4 cylinder F-head.
The Jeep is all original except for the driver’s seat and paint.
Heater does not work.
Speedometer and odometer do not work.
Gauges do not work.
This could make an interesting project. Learn more about this model at Jalopnik.
“1971 Hurst Jeepster Commando
One of the Rarest Jeeps Made
Up for auction is my 1971 Hurst Jeepster Commando. I purchased this 5 years ago with plans to do a frame up restore, but unfortunately have not had the time to begin the restoration. My loss, your gain.
I have not attempted to start the motor, but the previous owner stated that it will run. I have no reason to think otherwise.
Vehicle has all emblems, special build tags, and Hurst options.
Shouldn’t take much to get it back on the road, or restore as an investment.
Not just a rare vehicle, but also in a rare unmolested state.”
View all the information on eBay
This might be worth a look.
“1959 Willy’s jeep with title, snow plow included. Runs good starts right up, very reliable. Can be restored or kept as a work truck. All original.”
It is a project.
“I do not have the time to finish rebuilding my 46 jeep so I am selling it. This jeep has been completely taken apart for a frame off restoration. The body was shot so I had a new heavy guage body custom bent and cut out. The floor pan is 11 gauge steel and the rest of the body panels are 16 gauge steel. I sandblasted the entire frame inside and out. It has 3 coats of rustoleum primer with 3 coats of rustoleum black paint. The new body panels are bare metal and not rusted. I have several original body parts such as windshield, hood, firewall, grille, tailgate and front fenders. I have 2 complete hurricane 4cyl. motors. One motor has a bad cylinder. Neither one has run for over 10 years as this jeep was stored in a garage since the 60’s. I have extra complete front and rear axles with leaf springs also. I will not part out any parts except the extra axles. This jeep is currently stripped down to the frame and ready to start reassembly. This is mainly a package deal. Please call with any questions. Cash only.”
Could make an interesting project.
“Old chop top wagon. Been sitting for a while. Very nice.”
Doesn’t have an engine.
“1948 Willys cj2a. Good condition, no engine $1800. Clean title.”
Has some character.
“,50’s Willie’s jeep fc in OK shape will make a good restore project or rat rod looks like everything is there no it does not run but did when it was parked. I don’t not know much about these so best thing is to come look. $1500 or best offer does not have title but have Bill of sale from the estate”
UPDATE: Price dropped to $800.
“1964 cj3b,,,buick v-6 motor[NOT RUNNING] 3 speed,,hood is bent BUT other wise not 2 bad of shape,,”
It’s a project.
1944 CJ2A, bought this a year ago to restore but just cant get the time because of traveling for work. I have two engines for it one will rotate the other I purchased for the accessories and the Supersonic head that was on it. Pretty Firm on the Cash price but am willing to maybe trade for hunting tools. Just let me know what you have and text a pic. I do not have a title on the Willys but will provide a bill of sale so that a title 42 can be obtained.”
No pics provided. It is listed as a 1962 M-38, but it is likely a M-38A1.
“M 38 army jeep project for sale asking 1300 firm call”