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Year? CJ-3A? Bozeman, Mt **SOLD**

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UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $11,500

(09/11/2011) This jeep certainly looks nice, but I can see nothing to suggest this is a 1945 CJ-2A.  To me it looks like it might be a CJ-3A, but maybe the frame is from a ’45.

“This is a 1945 Willys CJ-2A World War II vehicle with the 4-cylinder gas engine and a 3-speed manual transmission. It was restored about fifteen years ago and has been under boxes in my mother-in-laws garage since. She has driven it maybe 50 miles a summer though has religously started it a couple times a month. The engine puts out 60 horsepower and this Willys weighs about 2200 pounds. It starts right up and drives nice. It does have turn signals and is street legal. 4-wheel drive works and it gets lots of attention everywhere it goes. It is a 2A but does have a 3A windshield. Has original owner’s manual. $13,500”


2 Comments on “Year? CJ-3A? Bozeman, Mt **SOLD**

  1. Dj Bill

    The profile of the frame rail from the radiator to the bumper looks like the late 48 and up frame used in late 2A and all the 3A models. If anyone gets to look at the jeep you will want to pay attention to the motor mount on the driver side and which direction the ear that bolts to the rubber insulator is pointed. Forward, is 3A, backwards is 2A… Buyers need to examine the title, body and ID tag, and engine numbers to see what exactly is being sold, and if it matches the paperwork. It is clear it is not a 45 WWII jeep no matter what the ad says. It would be a very good idea to have the seller get the paperwork corrected to match what the jeep actually is.

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