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1955 CJ-3B Hattiesburg, MS **SOLD**

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UPDATE: **SOLD** $2500.

It’s missing some items and has a custom bumper.

“I have a nice classic project up for sale. This is all original except for the wheels and tires. It has the Hurricane motor and the T90 three speed trans. This has a hard top, very rare from what I’ve been able to research. The motor does spin over, not locked. 12volt converted already. Asking 2500, or best offer… Text only thanks for looking. I will not email you or call some shipper…..if you want it I will only deal in person. Too many scammers out there”

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2 Comments on “1955 CJ-3B Hattiesburg, MS **SOLD**

  1. David Eilers Post author

    It appears to be a 1959ish Jiffy Cab made by Koenig. If you look at this installation instruction in the link below you can see that there are tabs that extend out from the sides of the hardtop a person needed to install so that the top will mount. I suspect this was done so that the CJ-5 sized hardtop could fit the CJ-3B and low hood jeeps.

    https://www.cj3b.info/Photos/Hardtops/Koenig/JiffyCab2.jpg
    from this page
    https://www.cj3b.info/Hardtops/Koenig.html

    Again, this confirms my suspicion that Koenig was making an effort to create a CJ-5 hardtop that fit multiple models (I ended up in a slight argument on facebook about this regarding the DJ-3A non-branded, Koenig-built hardtops that used the CJ-5 translucent hardtop with the sliding doors aka this link https://www.cj3b.info/Hardtops/DeliveryHardtops.html). The caveat is that the DJs did not have the rear side-windows while the CJ-5s did. I’ve just never owned enough jeeps and a top to put the theory to a test.

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