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1946 VEC? CJ-2A Turon, OK $7950


UPDATE: Still Available.

(10/02/2018) Has some interesting hubs (Sears-branded Dualmatics?). Might be a VEC. Just say NO to NADA vis-a-vis Willys.

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“I am selling a 1946 Jeep Willys CJ2A that we’ve owned for 20 years. It is in really good condition for its age with some normal rust under the floorboards which have been repaired. It has a 4 cylinder Willys engine which runs really good. The clutch works great and the 3 speed transmission and transfer case shifts very well. The brakes work as they should. There is some play in the steering wheel. The steering wheel itself is not original as it was replaced by my husband so he could fit in the driver seat! Electrical was converted to 12 volts. The tires are like new and the seats were reupholstered and have no tears in them. It comes with a 6000# Ramsey electric winch with a wired remote control. It also has a tow bar which is included.
Some issues: there is a small oil leak at the rear differential bearing shaft, the passenger side windshield is cracked, the odometer and the fuel gauge are not working and there are some minor electrical issues with the lights.
If you are familiar with the 1946 Willys, you know that it is a good investment if you decide to have it fully restored. For information, the NADAguides list it at $7,450 for Low Retail, $19,100 for Average Retail and $33,400 for High Retail.
I am asking $7,950.00 or best offer. CASH only. Serious inquiries only please.”


3 Comments on “1946 VEC? CJ-2A Turon, OK $7950

  1. Terry

    I agree , when ever I see a NADA price quoted for any vehicle I know the seller is way off in his asking price . The price guide that collectors have used for decades , long before the internet and crazy TV show prices is the ” Old Cars Report Price Guide ” published by ” Old Cars Weekly ” they put this jeep in its number 4 condition at about 5 grand .

  2. David Eilers Post author


    The lefty’s didn’t appear until 1948, and only for approx 20k units. Given this appears to have a VEC body, I’d say this wasn’t a part of that group. Also, given this has a front top bow holder near the gas inlet, I’d say that the spare tire mount was added by the owner.

    – Dave

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