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1946 CJ-2A Bay Area, Ca $3500

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An olds V6? It’s so uncommon, that I had to look up the engine to learn more about it. According to Wikipedia, a version of the Buick 231 or 3800L was used between 1975-1980 in the Starfire GT. The only difference I can see is that the alternator is on the driver’s side rather than the passenger side. I’m not sure where the powersteering pump is located.

“Nice running flat fender Willys CJ2A. Olds V6 w/recent valve job. Headers. Stock transfer and trans. P/S, manual brakes. New battery and alternator. 12 volt conversion. Rebuilt carb, master cyl. All new brakes. Tires are fair, with matching new spare (not shown). High lift jack. Roll cage. Soft top with doors. (not shown). Gas tank relocated under rear deck. Stock tank removed but included. Tow bar. Oversized radiator. Warn winch included but not mounted. (Had been mounted so all holes are there). Old AM/FM/Cassette, No Speakers mounted. Old CB. 408-988-0668 M-F. 8:00-4:30”

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2 Comments on “1946 CJ-2A Bay Area, Ca $3500

  1. deilers

    Yes, that’s true. A Buick V6 is an inexpensive engine upgrade providing more power and torque that fit’s pretty easily into the flat fender engine compartment. My point was that I’d never heard of an olds V6. However, it appears the olds V6 is really a buick V6 with small modifications.

    – Dave

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