It runs and drives. It has the sideshift T-90.
“1946 WILLYS VEC JEEP, SERIAL NUMBER CJ2A 19143, MATCHING FRAME, BODY AND SERIAL NUMBER PLATE, ENGINE IS A LATER MODEL WILLYS 134 “F” HEAD OVERHEAD VALVE (4 of the valves are in the head) WITH 90 HP INSTEAD OF THE STANDARD 60 HP FLAT HEAD.
It has been converted to 12 volt electrics with a remanufactured Chrysler generator, has new carburetor, solenoid, fuel pump, coil, remanufactured 12 volt starter.
ORIGINAL CJ2A Spartan horn, CJ speedo (excellent numbers), fuel gauge, oil gauge, dash light, original 16 inch wheels (one is solid), 6.50 mud grip tires, side mounted spare tire rack, front seat frames, fuel tank, original complete windshield.
Standard Military oil filter, it has the desirable lockout hubs, these are the most positive lockout hubs made, no springs to lock them in, just pull out the levers and turn them to “lock” or “free”, mechanically locks in or out.
Jack and lug wrench and extra spray paint included in tool box under passenger’s seat.
The previous owner made repairs to front and rear floors, not perfect, but very solid and Rino coated to make it quieter, painted it John Deer green and yellow, not perfect, but OK, boiled out the tank and coated inside.
It starts easy, drives good, stops good, works good in all gears, does not jump out of second gear, it will spin all four wheels on take off and skid all four wheels on hard braking. Holds 20-30 psi oil pressure at warm idle, maintains 180 degrees temperature, does not smoke, engine very quiet and smooth. (more info on eBay)