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1948? CJ-2A? Eugene, OR $12,000


This is a mix of civilian, military parts and updates. Appears to have EasyLok Hubs.

“Clean, mostly restored 1948 Willy’s CJ-2A. Runs well, converted 12v with MSD ignition. G.I. top (12 years old), rebuilt and cared for by WWII vet since passed. Garaged and serviced recently. Front bumper tabbed for pull hitch (included). Some small tears in seat upholstery. Recently installed gas tank. Great for as-is use or platform for further restoration/outfitting. Mounted jerry cans. Locking hubs. 8,290 on replaced spedo/odo. Not many like this that I can see out there.”

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6 Comments on “1948? CJ-2A? Eugene, OR $12,000

  1. Joe in Mesa

    Tub certainly looks WWII (drop down gas tank, machine gun mount floor shape, glove box and tool indents) despite the side drain holes, as does the windshield and passenger fender… otherwise CJ… hmmm.

  2. Dan B.

    Clean conversion with F134; too many simply have a hole cut in the hood. Also wonder about the California paperwork, although Eugene’s not terribly far over the border.

  3. peter oberlein

    Hey everyone! I was hoping one of my fellow E Willys readers could help in regards to the different radiator tank stampings. I have 2 1945 CJ2As both have the same tank stamping as this Jeep. only rarely have I seen them and almost always on a Jeep that was originally Military. It’s not important it would be interesting to know. Thanks and have a Very Merry Christmas. Dave this website is awesome.

  4. David Eilers Post author


    Thanks for the shout outs and glad you enjoy the site.

    I’m no radiator expert, but could it be the difference between the standard radiator and the “Hot Climate” radiator option offered when the CJ-2A came out? Unfortunately, I have no pics to compare a standard radiator to a Hot Climate one. There were pics here , but they have disappeared.

    – Dave

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