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1946 CJ-2A El Dorado, NV **SOLD**


UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $9400.

Lots of changes to this rig.

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“This 1946 Willys CJ2A has been highly modified, and is street leagle, and registered . It has had a new tub fabricated and stretched 28 inches as well as the frame being stretched. It has 3/4 ton Chevy truck axles geared to 5:13 ratio, a Sm 465 transmission with hydrolic clutch and a new 30 Pound clutch plate, and new clutch. It has 2 transfer cases, a Dana 203 in front of a Dana 205, utilizing a North West Fab Fully clockable adapter housing and a triple levered cable shifter. A recently installed 4.3 Gm fuel injected engine, and power steering, power brakes, tilt steering column, air compressor, and disc brakes.

A 3 link quarter elliptical floating pocket rear suspension and a 3 link coil front suspension. A Spooled Dana 60 rear Diff, and a Dana 44 front Diff and a ARB carrier available. A wench, and a MB grill and head lights. There is a full cab cage, roll bar, and costume rear gas tank, a pintal hitch. The rims are military Humvee bead locks, recentered to the Chevy bolt pattern, and has 37 inch Humvee tires with 95% tread all the way around. Military Bead Locks are street leagle in all 50 states, and lock the inner and outer tire beads, unlike most other store brand bead locks.

There are reinforced top rails in the tub at the top rails and door ways, as well as contoured skid rails built into the body at the rock line of the tub. I’ve spent over 500 hours fabricating this Jeep and and twice the asking price in expense. This vehicle is nearly re-completed, after the V6 engine upgrade, and the dual transfer case upgrade, but does need finishing.”



One comment on “1946 CJ-2A El Dorado, NV **SOLD**

  1. Jason Reynolds

    Sure would like to keep my eye on this in case it ever sells again. The body and frame stretch is exactly what I’ve been thinking about doing. Can you share with me some details or photos of where you did the stretch, how much it was lifted and how, and it’s new wheel base and stance? Super nice approach and I bet you are sick to not longer have it (unless you have an even better rig now).

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