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1943 Flat Fender Fruitland, ID **SOLD**

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UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $9500.

(10/08/2016) Has lots of updates.

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“1943 Willys Flat Fender Rock Crawling Street Legal Jeep – $10,500
Fun driver for streets, highways, and off-road on the trails.
Has everything to get you through the tough trails.

Delivery Possible!
CJ3A Body (1948-1953) with Tailgate and one piece windshield.
Camaro (90-95) Front Seats
Stewart Warner Gauges with Column Mounted Tachometer
Removable BesTop (with doors) in very good condition.
Five 33 x 12.50-15 BFG All Terrain tires in near new condition mounted on Chrome Wheels.
Front Bumper with Warn 8274 Winch

Rear Bumper with:
Hitch Receiver
Swing-Out Tire Carrier
Removable fuel can holders (2)

1976 Ford Bronco 302 cu. in. V-8 Bored .030 over
Holly Projection Fuel Injection
Crane 364761 Cam Shaft
Rhodes Anti Pump Up Hydraulic Lifters
Ford Connecting Rods with Heavy Duty Rod Bolts
10-1 Forged TRW Flat Top Pistons
1969 Ford 351 Windsor Heads with:
Screw-in Studs
Hardened Push Rods
Ported to match Intake and Exhaust Gaskets
Moly Rings
Roller Timing Chain
70 Amp Alternator
Dual Point Accel Distributor
Wild Horses Shorty Headers

T-98 Truck (Jeep) 4-Speed
Gearing = 6.40, 3.09, 1.69, 1.00 (Granny Low)
11 inch Diaphragm Style Hydraulic Clutch

Transfer Case
Spicer/Dana Model 18
2.46:1 Low Range

Front Axle Assembly
Dana 44 with ARB Air Locker
4:10 Gear Ratio with 30 Spline Axle Shafts
12 inch Brake Assembly
Warn Locking Hubs

Rear Axle Assembly
Ford 9 inch with ARB Air Locker
4:10 Gear Ratio with 31 Spline Axle Shafts
Shortened Dutchman Motorsports Axles

Three Fuel Tanks
Left = 8 gallons
Right = 6.5 gallons
Rear (Main) = 11 gallons
Fuel Transfer Pump to move Fuel from Left or Right Tanks to Main Tank”



3 Comments on “1943 Flat Fender Fruitland, ID **SOLD**

  1. Mike

    Nice Jeep, but can’t help notice those rivets maybe sheet metal screws, in the front fenders, holding on the fender extensions. Detracts from the overall good appearance of this vehicle.

  2. jim

    Not perfect, but all there for sure and seems well built. Paint, power brakes, and headers would be all I would do to it. Cheaper than you could build it. I need to start saving money!

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