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Army Depot DJ-3A? Alexander City, Al eBay

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The starting bid on this unusual DJ-3A is $2499.  I would be VERY interested to see the underside of this body to see what exactly happened to the rear of this vehicle.  This has a picture of some kind of Atlanta Army Depot tag, but I don’t know if this is real or not. Note that I had to lighten parts of a couple of the pics, which is why they look a little odd.

“I am not sure what year model this is or model. I am going by what I have been told and what I have seen on the internet. I think it is a DJ-3A 2 wheel drive delivery Jeep somewhere around a 50 model. It does run and drive I have driven it around the parking lot some. I think it has a blown head gasket. I have a new extra engine still in the crate flat head 4 cylinder engine and 3 speed manual trans. I have this for sale local and will end it if it sales. It has some rust in the floors and a few other places as you can see in the pics. I do not have a title. Alabama does not issue a title for a vehcile older that a 75. I will issue you a Notarized Bill of Sale. E-mail me any questions you have.”

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6 Comments on “Army Depot DJ-3A? Alexander City, Al eBay

  1. Colin Peabody

    Willys was noted for modifying just about any Jeep they made to suit individual buyer’s needs. The extended body looks like the DJ3A bodies on some of the pink DJ3A Jeeps used at the Las Brisas Resort in Mexico in the 50s and early 60s. This could have been a special purpose mililtary issue Jeep that Willys put together for them. It is interesting!

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  3. Paul

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  4. Colin

    I think Dave does an excellent job of getting as much information out to us Jeep fanatics as he can, given time constraints. He uses a couple of search engines to find the information first, then it takes time to add even the short comments he includes with some or more of the entries. Sometimes he will send questions out to some of his loyal fans for their input prior to putting the listing on the page. Quite often some of that “extra information” can be found in the comments section that can be very valuable to us “eWillys” guys. Let’s cut Dave some slack here, after all, he has another life, especially since he and the lovely Ann have gotten married, and all this eWillys stuff takes time to do!

  5. deilers

    Thanks Colin … but ‘water cycle’ is a bot. I marked it as spam, so that comment should have disappeared. Those bots are pretty sophisticated.

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