Since you are reading this post, you probably already figured out that we arrived safely tonight. Among our precious cargo was a new three year old stallion. I’d tell you all about the horse, but I can’t seem to write a very coherent sentence. So, a pic will have to do (my sister is to the left and petting the horse is my niece, Holly.
Here is my very happy wife welcoming me.
I didn’t start out to have an ambulance theme today, but here we go. This jeep was part of the New Zealand medical services in the MIddle East during WWII. I can’t remember seeing a rear modified in that manner.
I’m not sure where this was taken, but it is so rare to find one of these jeep ambulances still around. If I have ever listed on for sale, I don’t remember it.
Here’s an interesting stretcher setup from WWII Europe. This was taken by Holbrook Bradley for the Baltimore Sun. You can see more of his photos here:
This is a nice looking CJ-3A. It does need a new clutch.
“I have a classic Willys Jeep that I’m listing strictly because I need Christmas money and can’t afford the latest service needed on the Jeep. So, right away I should say that the Jeep does need to have the clutch done. Just started acting up the other day while I was driving it around. Really the only reason I’m testing the waters. THIS IS A VERY NICE JEEP. LOOKS BETTER THAN ALOT OF LATER MODELS
Unclear if “this” and “that” are important or trivial items.
“Great little Jeep, run very well, all gears and ranges work
needs this and that
1000 worth of new brakes
call bill 719-485-3349″
The title is from Colorado.
“Check it out! This is a titled 1946 CJ2A SN#14264. Body in fair condition but will need some patching. This is a Colorado CJ, the steel is bent in places but hardly any rust – this is solid steel. The body is complete – tub, fenders, grill, hood, and windshield. Wheels, axles, steering intact, this thing rolls and steers. A previous owner added the rollbar and aftermarket seats, but this could be returned to original or customized. Has original motor and transmission. Vehicle started when I got it in January 2013.
I bought this vehicle for my own restoration but my project is headed in a different direction now. This is a great find for a restoration – why buy a flimsy repli-tub for $3500 when you can have a solid original for less?
Vehicle has a clear Colorado title.
Buyer must pick up. No delivery. Reasonable offers considered. Serious offers only. Reply to this post with a good e-mail address and phone number. I will send photos to serious buyers.”
That’s one tall cage!
“1947 cj2a willys jeep. jeep runs fair. mostly original. new water pump, fuel pump, head gasket, radiator cleaned out. a small hide away box was built in the back. this jeep run but i wouldn’t trust it for a long drive the jeep need some TLC and needs to be restored. great for hunting or putting around the farm. comes with a landcruiser roll cage that needs a little cutting and welding to fit. asking $2000.00 cash firm no trades no drop in price. text or call at (661)932-0235″
Hard to say how much value is here.
“Cj3a cj-3a jeep back yard find $1200. Jim 1950 ? 909 820 2144″
These rims are a good price.
“this is for 4 steel wheels that fit older style jeeps but mount a 15X10 OR 10-1/2 inch TIRE so you can run wider tires on your old jeep. they are in good shape and only $25.00 each or $100.00 for the set of 4. cash only. call Larry at nine seven oh-four 20-3589″
Here’ s a parts jeep.
“MB3A Jeep Frame with CJ3A tub
Overhead valve engine parts jeep
Asking $850 OBO
Call or email for more information
Looks like a nice jeep.
“1945 Willys CJ2A Jeep – original frame but everything else was a complete rebuild. Too many things to list here but the jeep features disc brakes, steering upgraded to all steel knuckles, rockers are Crane Cams Gold Race, Dynomax Super Turbo mufflers, new rims and tires 33″ all terrain, engine was custom built by SFD Engines of Dallas 330 hp & 425 foot lbs torque.
Want more info, or view call or text 6 six 1 – 96 four – 7153″
This may be worth a look.
“1951 M38 Willys military jeep, original l-head flat head engine, all stock running gear, warn overdrive, has safety upgrades of 11″ brakes and Saginaw steering, the body is virtually rust free , the only rust is surface stuff, dent free , and no bondo, the seats are not original. It is currently registered non-op, in my name . It runs but is going to need a carburetor rebuild and a brake master cylinder, I just have too many projects , and this sweet little jeep deserves to be treated well. ”
This is gonna make the kids mad. lol.
“I have a 47 cj2a willys jeep I am thinking of selling or trading off
don’t really want rid of it its a cool little rig that goes anywhere just a bit too small and I am tired of my kids fighting every time I start the thing about who gets to go in the jeep
this jeep is nothing to special just a cool old willys that is a reliable runner reg. is all good pink in my name
if you are interested give me a call at 530 six 3 two 467 three and let me know what you have to trade or cash works too
(I would really like a jeepster commando )”
Transfercase is out, but ready to be installed.
“1948 Willys CJ-2A Jeep for sale. Crate 350 Chevy with RV Cam, 4 speed T-10 Chevy Transmission, 4 bolt main, recently rebuilt Dana 18 transfer case, Dana 41 rear end also rebuilt, front warn locking hubs, rebuilt 675 quadrajet carb, recent painless wiring harness, brand new PRP seats, 5.38 gears, 4 point harness belts, 15 gallon fuel cell, roll cage, 3 inch rancho suspension lift, 32 inch super swampers, custom headers, flat tow bar, edelbrock aluminum intake manifold, power steering and a Cadillac steering wheel with tilt. Have the windshield , full rag top and doors but haven’t been on in some years. Owned this Willys for 13 years and its a fun desert and mountain toy! Handles Glamis without paddles, great in Ocotillo, and performs on trails. Need four seater for the family. Just had the transfer case rebuilt but haven’t put it in yet. $5950 cash will take this bad ass jeep, price will go up after case is installed. Willing to trade for 4 seater rail/buggy. Email for details. In San Marcos”
UPDATE: Still Available.
(04/17/2012) Given the later model axles, there may be some parts value here, but not a whole jeep.
“his jeep has been my project for several years but I just don’t have the money to finish it and I don’t think I will any time soon. It has a complete body and I have alot of parts I have collected for it over the years. The body is complete but not all the body parts are on it in the picture It has a transmission (non PTO) but no engine. It has the usual rust problems and the frame is no good but I have an extra frame as well as later model axles and springs that are heavier than the stock ones. I would like to get around 700 or 800 but feel free to make me an offer. All the stuff I have for it is worth about 400-500 just in scrap weight and the parts are probably worth over 700 but I don’t want to part it out. I would like to see it go to someone who w ill be able to finish it. I can send pics opon request. Please call me at 210-909-1969″
This runs and drives.
“M38A1 Willys Jeep. Runs and drives good but needs some work on the brakes. Would make a great deer lease vehicle. Rust is minimal and would be a good restore vehicle if you decided to go that route. I need it gone due to other projects.
Would be interested in trading for a Miller Mig or Tig welder.”
UPDATE: Still available
(11/08/2013) This is missing some steps. The hood hinge solution is different.
“1948 Willys Jeep CJ-2a
This was an old farm jeep w/ 30,000 miles. It was driven on the road for 2/3 years. This was a father/son project (father is a mechanic). Transmission and transfer case rebuilt. New exhaust, exhaust manifold, tail pipe, muffler, fan belt, and wiring under hood. Motor has great compression. Runs great. Body has been redone to remove all rust and replaced with new metal. Lights, horn, heater all work great. New paint job is the new Wrangler Jeep’s Rescue Green. I have title. All running gear is original.
Great little jeep for driving around town and catching everyone’s eye or driving back into woods to get your deer.
$4700, if interested call Sam @ (704)932-1578
Not sure how much value is here.
“Has title, Toyota axles, 37″ tires. Needs to be finished- no motor, trans or transfercase. Call Denny at 541.390.0910.”
UPDATE: Price dropped to $4800.
(10/04/2013) It doesn’t have a motor, but it does have a unique look to it with the colors and stripes.
“1953 M38A1 excellent rolling chassis. Has no motor in it but everything else is there.Body and frame are in excellent conditions, has a 1989 jeep tilt steering column, 4″round rollbar cage and 10″chrome wheels & 31×10.5R15 tires.(price is negotiable)call or text 956-648-6882″
It needs a little work, but has a dump bed.
“Selling my uncles jeep. Has a hydraulic dump bed on it, the bed was sandblasted a couple years ago and new wood was put in. It has a new Brake master cylinder and it stops good. 4WD works. It needs some carb work done. It runs great and is quiet but you have to prime it if it hasn’t been started in awhile before starting it and it smells like its running rich. The rear end makes a little noise when you go fast but not sure what it is. Also comes with a snow plow. All the hydraulics for the bed and the plow work. One cylinder for the bed leaks a little bit but nothing major to affect its performance.
Its not a show truck and like I said it needs a little work.
Asking 2800.00 or best
call or text
989 326 3670″
UPDATE: Still Available
(10/04/2013) This CJ-3A has the same fiberglass seats as Biscuit.
“53 Willy’s with 283 bored .06 over T90 trans with overdrive 5:11 gears front and back brakes are redone new oil pan gasket hoses starter motor runs strong only thing is needs a gas tank tank is rusted email call text if interested call 619-807-9736″
There might be some value here.
“1960 Jeep Willys flat head 4 it is located in Ocean Park wa. & yes it does have some rust. Its all original full removable top no title call with questions. Jim 5033186480″
No pics provided.
1946 Willy’s Jeep WITH PLOW for EASY snow removal!
UPDATE: Price dropped to $3200.
(11/18/2013) Is the frame odd on this? Or is it an optical illusion?
“1948 cj2a jeep that I have been working on the last year and a half. Has a lot of new parts, runs and drives well. In the last year I have put a new radiator, hoses, thermostat, carburetor, fuel pump, fuel tank, brake work, shocks, tires, and new clutch. Body is pretty solid would need painted and seats put in, but runs good. The 4wd works, low range and hi range both shift and the transmission holds in all gears. Could use some wiring redone, paint and seats. Will get more pics up. Asking 3500 # seven eight five seven four one two eight eight nine”