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1948 CJ-2A St. Petersburg, FL **SOLD**


UPDATE: **SOLD** Was on eBay

(11/11/2012) Plenty of diamond plating on this rig.  It runs on propane, too.

“Alright up for sale is my 1948 willys, this jeep is in perfect order mechanically. Right now it is my daily driver and runs flawlessly, absolutely no rust on the body at all! It runs on propane and not gasoline, which means its cheaper and cleaner for the engine. I’m in no rush to sell this and don’t have to so please no low ball offers, possible trade for a bobber,

Here are the details
1948 cj2a
aluminum diamond plate inside and out
chevy 350 motor with 10k miles
impco 425 propane carburetor
cobra alarm system
new 1 ton GM clutch
new 125 speed pro dome pistons
new 5.7 bushed scat I beam rods
new aluminum sbc 52cc heads
air gap intake manifold
headers and new dual raptor exhaust
k&n air cleaner
2 propane tanks 1 18gal and 1 10gal reserve. Jeep gets about 17 miles to the gallon approx 50 bucks to fill the 18 gallon tank
Custom hand throttle inside with twist adjustment
power steering
power brakes
electric micro lock on front brakes
gm tilt wheel
rear fog lamps
trailer brake controller
CB/CD player/Marine speakers
On board air compressor that runs with little effort
aluminum radiator with flex fan
new heater core
new tack
sm465 4 speed with a 241C transfer case
rides super smooth and flexes extremely well
all new bearings and seals
amc 20 rear
dana 30 front with warn 9/10 hubs
double gas shocks on all 4 corners
full roll cage
8000lb winch
38″ less than a month old super swamper radials and new rock crawler rims
full soft top but no doors
This jeep is smooth on the highway and great on the trail.
propane setup works flawlessly and propane is cheaper than gas by $1 a gallon, you can fill up right downtown at the Uhaul.”


One comment on “1948 CJ-2A St. Petersburg, FL **SOLD**

  1. frankthecrank58

    i believe this has been on here a number of times. July 18, 2010, Dec 19, 2011 and now. again, looking for something else and i notice this. must be asking too much for what,s there

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