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1945 VEC CJ-2A Centerville, UT **SOLD**


UPDATE: Was on eBay. **SOLD** As James notes, the seller neglects to mention the lack of a column shift (and I missed it too).

With a VIN of #10907, this is the 907th CJ-2A made.  It’s a rare vehicle.

“Out of the Utah high desert, WWII vet owned and maintained CJ-2A from 1945. First year a civilian Jeep was produced and one of the first 1000 made. All data plates are there and in good condition. True “survivor” with very few changes made to it over the years.

Compression and oil pressure are good, but I think the carburetor will have to be rebuilt (or ideally replaced, it’s not correct for the year). Has plenty of power and runs well at speed, but idles poorly (rich). Brakes work fine, shifts well through all gears. Was register/used right up until April 2009.

Front seat frames are original, rear is not, but would work/look fine while you shopped for an original. Body is in great shape overall (UT is the second driest state in the US, just behind Nevada) but it still has some hat channel rust under the front floor and tool box. No soft top or top bows.”


2 Comments on “1945 VEC CJ-2A Centerville, UT **SOLD**

  1. jamesholden

    weird he mentions carb and rear seat, but shifter escapes him. rearend looks correct but he does have a mb so….

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