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1947 CJ-2A Huntsville, AL **SOLD**

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UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $11,500.

(11/24/2017) Looks nice.

“Mid-year 1947, CJ2A for sale, mostly original components, in good condition, runs and drives well, 4WD works, stays in all gears, not fully restored but well maintained and cleaned up for sale. This Willys jeep has a lot of powder coated piece parts, to include all five wheels, bumpers/cross members, front grille, tailgate, windshield frame, driver and passenger seat frames, passenger side tool box, headlight cans and headlight rings, mirrors, windshield latches, footman loops, gas pedal, brake and clutch pedals, and various covers and plates. I’m still finishing up a few detail items such as welting and felt on the radiator shroud; have new air cleaner on order. Asking $14,500 but will consider any reasonable offer (cash offers only – am NOT interested in trades). Additional pictures are available upon request. The vehicle is legally registered and licensed in Alabama. Does not have title but Alabama (and many other states) does not require a title to register/license a vehicle this old.”

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9 Comments on “1947 CJ-2A Huntsville, AL **SOLD**

  1. Chris

    Out of curiosity, are the headlight trim rings supposed to be black or chrome? I’ve seen both on the older Jeeps.

  2. Michael Menning

    Very nice looking Jeep. Also out of curiosity…………what are the two round objects on the driver’s side of the engine compartment???

  3. Alaska Paul

    Dave, mini warp drives are fine for most Jeeps but when you really need speed so you’ll arrive before you departed nothing beats the new 2018 stainless steel Flux Capacitor from J. C. Whitney. I ordered the top of the line Mc Fly model for my little Willys. After all, the official motto of the state of Alaska is “North to the future.”

  4. David Eilers Post author


    Not to be a buzzkill, but the stainless steel used in J.C. Whitney’s Flux Capacitors isn’t robust enough to properly power Knarly Rolls. The better options comes from a little known provider on Melona IV that makes Flux Capacitors out of Fistrium. It’s a refractory metal that enhances the combustion/reactions inside the FC. Yeah, sure, there’s a surcharge for delivery, but I know you only want the best! (2nd best option is Koranic, a subspace element used in Klingon warp drives, but negotiating with Klingon’s often results in death).

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