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1946 CJ-2A Friday Harbor, WA **SOLD**


UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $5250

“This Willys is not prefect but damn good. It could not run better. Straight body. Windless wench on front bumper. I’m the 4th owner and am friends with 2 of the other 3. was bought new in 1946 by the Childress Texas fire department (that’s why it’s red) and was retired in 1972 and was in there 4th of july parade yearly (thats when the wheels were put on) and then sold at auction to my buddy in 1992 when it was brought to Friday Harbor were it has been since. I drive it all the time and keep it well maintained. Parts are easy to find and pretty cheap. A new carb was only $125, in the box. Driving with the windshield down is legal with eye protection, and is a blast. Have all paper work, parts catalog and service manual. I’ve been pricing Willys for the 4 years and believe this to be a fair price. Am happy to answer questions. If your looking for a fun ride that gets attention, this is it. Everyone seems to have a Willys story, why not be one of them.”


5 Comments on “1946 CJ-2A Friday Harbor, WA **SOLD**

  1. Paul

    Model A wheels have much smaller hubcaps, these wheels seem to be mid 30’s vintage. Seeing wheels like these on a Jeep is different but it really doesn’t look bad.

  2. deilers

    George sent me a nice reply. He didn’t know much about the wheels, other than the following:

    “Every one has an opinon about the wheels. The only thing people agree on is that they are from the 30’s. The moon type hub caps have V 8 on them. It’s a great ride to have on the island.”

    Were there any vehicles before the jeep to have the 5×5.5 bolt pattern?

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