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1946 CJ-2A Seymour, In $9000

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The seller believes this is 90% complete.

“For Sale or Possible Trade:

This is a 1946 Willys CJ2A Jeep. I’ve been renovating it for about 6 years now. It has a new metal body tub and various other new body parts. I have invested about $9500 in parts, paint, rhino lining, and labor but would take any reasonable offer. Ideally, I would like to work out a trade plus cash. I need a small cargo/work van. An Astro cargo van (like an ex-utility van) would be perfect. An AWD or 4×4 van would be even better but are hard to come by. It needs to be interstate worthy because I will be putting lots of miles on it. Age and mileage don’t matter as long has it still has a lot of life left in it. Small, step vans like the old Chevy P-10 would work too if road worthy. I would also consider some small trucks. The vehicle needs to ultimately take me to Montana.

The 46 Willys is a low geared, 4×4, original flat head 4 banger, stick shift 3 speed. It is a 12v and has always been pretty much mechanically sound. Top speed is 50-55mph. It can climb paved steep inclines in third gear with no problem and can get about anywhere on other terrain. It is perfect for the farm or ranch and does well on the state highways, back country roads, hunting trails, and open fields. It is too slow for the interstate. Though it is very nice, I wanted to be able to drive it on the road so I installed an additional brake light and turn signals ( not standard for the 46). I was going to have a soft half cab made for it, but didn’t have the chance. If I wasn’t so busy I would never let it go. I would say that it is 90 percent complete. No heaters that year and no windshield wiper/s, but can be purchased. Parts are pretty easily found on the internet.. Like to see a jeep enthusiast, mechanically minded person get this little Willys. I could have saved a wad if I could’ve done some of the work myself. It gets attention no matter where you go.

Best to reach me at: (thats my facebook addy) or call my diner 812-522-5523, between 7am and 2:30pm, Monday thru Thursday. Fridays till 7:30pm.”


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