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1946 CJ-2A Banks, OR **SOLD**

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UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $6500.


“46 willys low hood cj3a jeep. new paint forest green. sbc400 w/turbo 400 auto trans and dana 20 trans case. dana 44 rear end, disc brake 30 front end. springs off 76 cj outside of frame in the back. re-inforced frame,power steering, bucket seats, back seat, 33×12.5×15 tires with about 85-90 % tread.MSD ignition,4 core radiator, new dual exhaust, bedliner inside, dual tanks,cb,cd player with marine cover, sealed beam led taillights. jeep is loaded and way cheaper than u could ever build. very nice. Never had a top on other than bikini top. keywords cj, jeep, willys, low hood,”


4 Comments on “1946 CJ-2A Banks, OR **SOLD**

  1. Anonymous

    The grill might be 2A…. Fenders could be too… lol… Yer right the rest, including the tailgate, is not 2A.


  2. Anonymous

    What do you guys think about this Jeep, I know its pieced together body wise but it appears to be clean. I am looking for a V8 powered flattie set up for 4wheelin.

  3. Anonymous

    Oh, being pieced together really isn’t a big deal to me .. I just like to point it out to others so they can learn what to look for when buying a jeep. Someday, I hope to have an all stock, all-the-right-pieces jeep. Until then, mine will be pieced together too.

    Regarding this jeep. I think it’s likely a really solid jeep. My impressions from the pictures are positive. There’s been a good deal of work done on it. First of all, it’s not all that easy to fit a v8 and a turbo 400 into the short wheel base flattie, but it looks like it was done and done cleanly from the pics. I didn’t notice this before, but the front shackles have been reversed, which I prefer. I think the drive train should be plenty strong enough to get you where you want to go jeeping.

    What I’d ask about and check out closely is the frame. Find out if it is a CJ-2A frame or a later model? Look for cracks. You’ll really want to have a later model frame because the 400 small block will likely twist a CJ-2A frame into a pretzel (or at least weaken it over time). Also look to see if they replaced the front crossmember with something that’s strong enough to handle that big engine — The likely had to cut out the original cross member to fit in the engine, tranny, radiator.

    Finally, the owner likely has alot invested in it, but I think it’s unlikely that the seller will get $7900 for it based on the other jeeps I’ve seen available.

    Feel free to ask any more Qs,

    – Dave

  4. osidedave

    Thanks for the info. How can I post a picture of my dads Jeep on here? Nothing fancy, just some cool old pictures. Not forsale, he doesn’t even have it any more. Also, any idea how to find his Jeep? He sold it in the 80s.

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