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1946 VEC CJ-2A Bayview, CA **SOLD**

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UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $4000.

Looks interesting.

“RARE FACTORY ORIGINAL uncut 1946 Agrijeep. It is faded, has some dents, sat in the sun, and is not running. Has all the correct original Willys brass plates. Is equiped with an original Willys ( Not Reproduction ) power take off on the rear and an original Willys Capstan winch with the original four bolt roller. The jeep is a barn find. I have the 1960 registration and will give a bill of sale for the vehicle. It has a 1946 winshield which is not the original windshield, but is correct for the jeep, it has a broken glass pane. The original three speed on the column was replaced with a four speed on the floor – it still has the column shifter. The jeep is well used but all original, it was found in a walnut orchard with aprox 30,000 ( on the odometer ) miles. It is complete – it is all there, but I do not know the condition of the engine / transmission. The tires are very faded and sun cracked – the tires appear to be the original tires from 1946. There are some additional parts that go with it, canvas top, doors, etc. I researched this jeep, a jeep like this sold on Ebay for $7,900

I know how much the original jeep accessories are worth ( I have researched the value of the PTO and Capstan Winch – a reproduction winch is $3,250 if you can find one. ) I have looked all over the internet and have not found another original Agrijeep anywhere at any price, other than the one mentioned above – There are plenty of STANDARD 1946 jeeps, most have been modified or cut up a lot. This is a very original and very rare Agrijeep. You won’t find another one.

I was offered $2500 for the original Capstan Winch and $1500 for the PTO. I am asking $4,000 for the jeep and accessories, the price is firm. I have taxes to pay, so have to sell the jeep, otherwise I would keep it. The jeep is sold ” as is, where is “.”

 

2 Comments on “1946 VEC CJ-2A Bayview, CA **SOLD**

  1. Dexter

    You got what kind of offers?? Hmmm, I call a bluff. No brainer, I would’ve sold the winch and PTO. Shoot, that’s $4,000 for your taxes right there! Then, sell the rest of the Jeep for $2000, all of which will go straight to your pocket.

  2. Bob

    I agree and was thinking the exact same thing…if you had offers that equaled the price of the jeep, you’d be stupid to have not sold them and still have the jeep to sell. A PTO might be worth $1500 in california, but in Ohio the complete setup can be had for $500. That being said, it does look like a good price on a pretty solid jeep with some cool stuff. As we know it’s not an “agrijeep.”

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