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Year? CJ-2A w/Rear Box Centralia, WA **SOLD**

• CATEGORIES: CJ-2A, Unusual • TAGS: , .

UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $650.

Dan spotted this crazy thing. The transmission cross member suggests it is a 2A and the grille suggests it is most likely a ’46.

“I’m selling an old flat fender flathead willys Jeep. This was a barn find, I know very little about it’s history and have no paper work on it. All I know is that it came from Canada and it was used as a snow plow at one time, it made its way down to Washington and then sat in a barn for 40 years. Very interesting custom body with suicide doors. Both door latches and roll down windows work. Has PTU gearbox on rear bumper but the drive shaft from the transmission is missing. Engine is in ruff shape, I have not tried to turn it over yet. Drive train seams to be in working order. What you see is what you get. I will leave it on my flatbed trailer so I can deliver it to you. I will deliver it as far as Idaho and Northern California for a charge of $1 a mile.”

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5 Comments on “Year? CJ-2A w/Rear Box Centralia, WA **SOLD**

  1. Mark C

    It looks like a mail truck for way up north. Check out what looks to be a huge gas tank under the front seats and into the back. You could travel forever with that much gas.
    The front hood is probably to get as much engine heat into the cab as possible to keep the windshield from frosting over.
    Put some skulls on it and put it in the next Mad Max movie.

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