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1946 CJ-2A Northeast, Md eBay


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“I have for sale a Willys JEEP CJ2A.  The jeep is currently titles as a 1972 because it is very hard in my state to get a new title.  The original serial number is on the jeep.  The jeep is tagged and i have driven it alot on the road.  The jeep has always performed very well for me.  The body has been patched over the years with new metal, (no bondo that i can see).  The frame is in good shape.  All the brakes have been replaced, (master cyl., wheel cyl., lines, shoes, ect. ).  The wire harness has been updated to 12 volt and all the lights work fine.  The 4 wheel drive also works great.  The engine runs good and all the gears work fine in the trans.  The water pump is new and the starter is rebuilt.  I bought this jeep when i retired 5 years ago to pull a wagon with firewood out of the woods, I am older now and find it hard to get in and out of so i bought a tractor instead.  This is a really fun little jeep and i hope some one will enjoy it as much as i have.  This is a reserve auction and i will not reveal the price.  The jeep is being sold “AS IS” with NO WARRANTY”. There is a $500.00 non-refundable deposit required within 48 hrs of end of auction.  If you have any questions or would like to make an appointment to inspect the jeep before bidding yo may call me at 443-553-2712 my name is MIke.  Thanks for looking and good luck bidding.”

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5 Comments on “1946 CJ-2A Northeast, Md eBay

  1. Paul

    Wow, I’m impressed! I never thought to paint the transmission lever shift boot the body color and I never thought to use plastic plumbing fittings between the aircleaner and the carb and color matching the engine and radiator hoses is fantastic. I do have one question, how does a person bend the right rear corner of the body down? Just how big of a spare tire was carried? The streamlined mirrors along with the auxiliary spotlight drenched with the same new penny body color takes my breath away. I’m retired and I’d have a difficult time getting into this Jeep also.

  2. Brett

    Sad. Looks like a paint bomb went off. Paint then wipe off the spots that arent supposed to have paint. Surpised the tires arent copper coated. The super mini winch makes up for it all.

  3. SE Pennsylvania Steve

    Hey, they put an ax in the bowholders, that’s just the right touch that would make this vehicle perfect for a creepy schlock horror film.

  4. Rick

    I was thinking that there was a sale of the color ‘bronze’ spray paint…and I had to laugh at the attempt to color co-ordinate the engine compartment with red…over the hoses…come on man…!!!

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