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1949? CJ-2A Boring, OR **SOLD**


UPDATE: **SOLD** Was No Price.


“It was pulled out of a barn . hasn’t seen the road since the Early 80’s. Still has it’s barn dirt. Everything works very complete runs and drives .clean title. I’ve tried to keep it as preserved/ correct as possible. All original minus the new master cylinder,all rubber brake lines,gas tank, sending unit, gauge,soft 8 16” rims with 285 iroks 0 miles,new leaf springs 9 leaf packs in rear ,10 leaf packs in front, pivot brass bushings with bolts,new head gasket.All new parts are omix-ada. Has extra parts – 5 original 15 rims and tires original leaf spring packs and full Arctic top( not in the best shape but good for parts) Original paint.soft top is in excellent condition and has little rust. Message me for price and more pics and walk around video if needed

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4 Comments on “1949? CJ-2A Boring, OR **SOLD**

  1. Barry West

    Maybe I’m confused, when was it pulled out of the barn? When was all this work done? It has or hasn’t been on the road? I mean, it still has the barn dust but it runs and drives. Work has or hasn’t been done on it before or after pulled from the barn? Hmmm

  2. Russel

    I am probably in the minority but I shy away from ‘barn finds’. The last car I restored was a barn find and it was terrible. Every bolt was rusted. I had to replace nearly everything. The fuel was turpentine, gaskets were bad, exhaust was a mouse nest.

  3. David Eilers Post author


    That’s a fair point. Most vehicles parked in a barn and left were usually done so for a reason (bad engine or some serious work is needed). But, on occasion, a person can find a gem.

    – Dave

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