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1946 CJ-2A Meridian, MS $9500


It’s a good sign when there are bows in the bow holders!

“This is a factory civilian version (none military)cj2a willys jeep fully frame off restoration that is not perfect but close everything has eather been rebuilt or bought new 99%of it all came from walcks or kaiserwillys its got new springs gauges seat covers and padding just to name a few motor has had all machine work done as needed transmission rebuilt with new seals bearings sinkernisers it has a factory style Ramsey winch and mounting bracket Ramsey pto box both been reworked and work nothing spared the miles (881)or correct since put back together in early 2015 it’s not had any rough off roading (no mudd) or puddle jumping I’m basically the only one that has driven it if interested no email or text calls only please and trading is probably out unless you really have something different or rarely unusually neat cause I’ve eather had it or got it Thanks for looking and happy jeeping”

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3 Comments on “1946 CJ-2A Meridian, MS $9500

  1. Craig in ME

    Not to mention having the bow brackets still in place! Any 2A claiming to be ‘restored’ needs to have those in my opinion.

  2. Barry West

    So that’s how everything fits together. And I thought the brackets were the for some strange futuristic equipment so Top Secret that it was never declassified. LOL. I agree Craig in ME.

  3. David Eilers Post author

    Craig, I’m generally in agreement with you, but I do wonder whether a 2A could have been ordered without them. I have seen a handful of 2As that were stock and appeared original in everything else including paint, but were missing the bow holders. I have no definitive proof yet, but am watching for it.

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