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1946 VEC? CJ-2A Lake Conroe, TX $9900


UPDATE: John noted this might be a VEC. I’d missed the column shift.

Needs paint at the very least.

“I want to sell my 1946 Jeep Willys. Have done everything to her except paint! Too manyh items done to it to list but I just now started it after over a year of sitting and she fired right up. The Can has been replaced, in black primer and many other things. I used it for many years at my land but I sold it this spring and it is just sitting now and I have no where to use it. I knew the prior owner and he owned it almost before I was born and I’m in my 60’s.”


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2 Comments on “1946 VEC? CJ-2A Lake Conroe, TX $9900

  1. John

    Looks like a VEC. Hard to tell without seeing the rear axles and driver’s side, but the bolts for the top bows appear to have square base plates on the outer side of the windshield; the windshield adjusting arms are early-style; the handle for the inner windshield is early-style; and it has a column shift. The horn might be a Sparton. This jeep is about 45 minutes from where I used to live. I would definitely take a look if I were still there.

  2. John

    Quick follow up. I clicked on the link and saw the additional photos and realized the tub has been replaced, so there’s no evidence of tool indents under the driver’s door. Also, the rear axle isn’t a floating axle. Still could could be VEC, though. If anyone looks at it, I’d be curious to know if the original tub is still around and if it had tool indents.


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