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1953 CJ-3A Ukiah, CA $9,500

• CATEGORIES: CJ-2A

UPDATE: Still Available.

(04/16/2017) Has some mods.

https://sacramento.craigslist.org/cto/d/1953-cj3a-flat-fender-willys/6585949054.html

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“Here is a ground up build on a 1953 CJ3A Flat-Fender Willy’s Jeep, with an all original, rust free body, Fully Rebuilt in Excellent Condition with 5,000 miles on it since the build. It was built for a combination of old Flat-Fender with modern running gear, to be capable off-road without fear of breakage. It has:

Chevy 283 V-8 Stock Spec Motor, 2 Barrel Rochester Carburetor, 1 Wire 55 amp Alternator, 12v System, 4 Core Radiator (Built for Reliability and Mileage; not massive horsepower)

4 Stick Drive Train:
3 speed T-90 Transmission
Hi/Lo Overdrive
Front Differential Lock
Rear Differential Lock
New U Joints

Transfer Case: Dana 18 with New U Joints

Front Differential: Dana 30 out of a 1976 CJ7 with One Piece Axles, 410 Gears, GM Limite Slip, Warn Hubs and New U Joints

Rear Differential: Dana 44 with One Piece Moser Axles, 4.10 Gears and a Detroit Locker

New: Springs, Hangers & Bushings
New Exhaust System
New Drum Brakes
New Tilt Steering Column and Grant Wheel
Steel Wheels for strength off-road

Built-in Running and Backup Lights
6″ TLC Auxiliary Off-Road Driving Lights
Painted to Match Rear Quarter Panel Diamond Plate Protectors
Rear Mounted Spare
Front and Rear, 2″ Class 3 Towing Hitches
Two Locking, Color Matching, Jerry Cans
One 12v Power Point
All New: SunTac Tachometer, Auto Meter Gauges, Upholstery, Front Windshield, Seat Belts, Bikini Top, Uniden 40 Channel CB Radio, Pioneer CD System with 2 Rear 6×9 Speakers

Single Stage Enamel Forest Green Paint
$10,500″

 

 

2 Comments on “1953 CJ-3A Ukiah, CA $9,500

  1. Blaine

    I like how the motor looks factory to the Jeep. However why does it look like the radiator brace is connected to the engine?

  2. David Eilers Post author

    I think it looks that way cuz it is. I will say the rubber is a good way to sort of hide it.

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