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1949 CJ-3A Collinsville, CT **SOLD**


UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $9500.

This is a nice build.  This would be worth checking out more closely.  Note the upside handbrake; an unusual way to install the e-brake.

“Here are some pictures of my 1949 Willys CJ3a for sale.It has an all steel body with a fully boxed frame.The engine is a 1967 chevy 283 cu. in. bored .030 over,Crane cam,Offenhauser intake,Eldelbrock carb and Mallory ignition.Transmission is a turbo 350 with mild shift kit and is mated to a Dana 300 transfer case via an Advance adapter.Rear differential is from  a 1972 Jeep Commando and is limited slip.The front differential is from a 1972 Jeep CJ5 both have 3:73 gear ratio.Front leaf spring main is a Divco truck and rear is a 3/4 ton Chevy truck , the remaining are custom cut.Exhaust is also custom built with the old style “ram horn manifolds” to a true dual with Flowmaster mufflers and exiting at the rear. Power steering,power brakes (drum all around) with a tilt-telescoping column from an Olds toronado along with the main wiring harness thru-out.Full roll cage connected to the frame and five point harness thru the baja off-road seats to the frame as well. Stewart-Warner gauges in the aluminum dash and an aluminum 15 gallon fuel cell mounted in the rear.The paint is Dupont and the color is from a early 90’s Chevy truck.Rancho shocks-2 at each corner and a steering stabilizer.BFGoodrich 33×9.5×15 mud terrain tires on American Eagle 15×8 aluminum wheels.This Willys is a total restoration from the ground up and has 854 miles since completion ( never off-road ).I have owned this Willys for 24 years”



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