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1946 CJ-2A Camano Island, WA **Status Unknown**

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UPDATE: **Status Unknown** Was $10,500.

(09/08/2017) Bows stored in the correct location is almost always a good sign! I don’t see a piece across the windshield though.

“A must see and drive to appreciate this 1946 Willys Jeep CJ2A “original” civilian flat fender model recently professionally, completely machined and rebuilt to use unleaded fuel. 1,200 miles. Body of frame rebuilt (I chose not to paint the body or replace passenger side windshield); all new wire harness, 6 volt system; two new tail light system, turn signal system, electric windshield wiper, rebuilt generator, all new gauges, speedometer; all drive assemblies professionally rebuilt, transmission, transfer case, front differential, rear differential, all drive hubs and bearings, brakes , brake lines, etc., ; five new military type tires; rebuilt radiator, water pump, hoses etc.; new carburetor, fuel pump, all fuel lines; gas tank and sending unit; all new springs and shocks; all new exhaust; all new 12 volt radio/speakers installed by Car Toys; all new seat cushions; all original soft top bows and new small custom “Banana” soft top to cover the front seats. Clean title and licensed. This won’t last long!”

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7 Comments on “1946 CJ-2A Camano Island, WA **Status Unknown**

  1. Jeff

    This was listed a while back on craigslist for around 11k. He didnt seem too motivated to sell based on the description at that time. Now it says the listing is gone. Maybe it sold? The hood is… interesting.

  2. Blaine

    When a “post is not found” it usually means it is a few months old but that can’t be the case here. (I haven’t figured out the time frame yet) Maybe a mouse chewed up the wire going to the ad.

  3. David Eilers Post author

    Hi Tom,

    I just checked and I don’t see it listed on Craigslist or Facebook. I don’t know if it sold or it was removed. I’ll update the post.

    – Dave

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