To Top

1947 CJ-2A Indianapolis, IN **SOLD**

• CATEGORIES: CJ-2A • TAGS: , This site contains affiliate links for which I may be compensated.

UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $11,995.

This looks like a beautifully restored CJ-2A. The MC engine indicates this (the head or engine) was originally out of a M-38.

“Thanks for viewing my auction, I am selling with NO RESERVE,  my 1947 Willys Jeep CJ2A. This Jeep was restored 7 years ago. Every nut and bolt was removed. All components on this Jeep have been disassembled, repaired, rebuilt, refurbished and or replaced. It is painted in the original Willys colors of Normandy Blue with Sunset Red wheels with black stripe. The vehicle was done by Professional automotive technicians who specialize in Willys restorations. The cost to correctly restore a CJ2A would exceed 25,000.00. My starting bid is 11,995.00

There are no modifications that have been made to this Jeep, There are some places where there were stainless nuts and bolt were used instead of steel. The body is a replacement steel body, It does include the PTO with hard to find safety guard and Monarch governor. The governor to carburator rod has been removed , but is included with the Jeep, along with the original top bows however no canvas is included.

The paint is PPG base clear also included is the left over paint for touch if required.

This jeep starts, runs and drives like a new 1947 CJ2A, It has only 500 miles since this complete restoration, you are welcome to come and see it, no disappointments here.  The engine number (behind the water pump) is MC75860.


4 Comments on “1947 CJ-2A Indianapolis, IN **SOLD**

  1. jeeperjim

    Well there, I stumped someone!
    There is one bolt on the jeep that is impossible to remove without destroying the part.
    The handle for the parking brake is held in and slides up and down in a holder device attached on the front side of the dash. One of the two bolts can not be removed from this part unless you cut the welds which would ruin the the part. This is the only bolt on the jeep that can not actually be removed entirely as one would think of bolts being removed. 🙂

  2. deilers

    Well, I think that’s a great bit of trivia. I’ll have to run that as a post at some point and see if anyone can guess it.


    – Dave

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Subscribe without commenting