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1946 CJ-2A VEC Gilbert, AZ $4300

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This has an early windshield. It also has a floor shift, though the pics don’t show if it was once a column shift or not.

“This is a very very early civilian jeep, perhaps the very first few that rolled off after the war as it still has the MB body. Originally came with the rare column shift but later converted to stick on floor. All original drive train. Starts right up but needs restoration. Body is very solid with some bondo. Original Arizona vehicle last licensed in 1970. A great project that can be worth getting into. Serious enthusiasts only please.”

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3 Comments on “1946 CJ-2A VEC Gilbert, AZ $4300

  1. Craig/Vermont

    It’s my understanding that the early ’45-’46 ‘indent’ Jeeps were all originally equipped with column shifts…the column shifts were continued in some of the ‘non-indent’ jeeps in ’46….

  2. David Eilers Post author

    When it comes to Willys Overland, I find myself slipping more and more into the “every rule had an exception” frame of mind. In this case, if Borg Warner didn’t come out with a tower for the T-90 until sometime in 1946, then a person could deduce that all the early CJ-2As had to have been column shifted. However, if a tower was available, then I’m betting someone along the line would have ordered that at some point. But, a search on finding more info about T-90 towers proved a failure….

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