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1952? CJ-5 Bellingham, WA $4000

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UPDATE: Still Available.

(09/26/2017) A factory bed conversion for a CJ-5? Anyone ever run across that? It’s listed as a 1952, but it has CJ-5 grille and body at the very least. Looks like a ventilating windshield, too (thanks Dave).

“1952 Jeep Willys
Factory flatbed conversion in 1957
Professionally refurbished engine
Runs good”

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10 Comments on “1952? CJ-5 Bellingham, WA $4000

  1. Barry West

    Am I supposed to believe this description? If so, it would probably be the rarest of rarest Jeeps out there. We have a lot of these special modifications around here made in individuals home factories. LOL…and they look even stranger.

  2. David Eilers Post author

    Barry, I don’t know. But, it’s also not beyond the realm of possibility that some outfit somewhere offered a customization package like this. My guess is that this wasn’t factory, as we have no evidence that this package was ever offered. However, I also have no evidence that it wasn’t.

  3. rocnroll

    I’m thinking if I owned a rare factory conversion that I would document THAT part of the vehicle with pictures instead of the part of it that looks like all the rest of the vehicles on the assembly line…..just sayin’.

  4. Terry Chicago

    I almost put 1 of my spare tire on the front of the bumper like his but it kinda look cartoonish atleast on my 3b so decided against it. For $4k, it looks like a nice jeep regardless if bed is factory or not.

  5. Terry

    So the seller says its a 1952 jeep and the conversion was done in 1957 , I guess it took the factory 5 years to do it ?

  6. David Eilers Post author

    Terry. Better late than never? lol … That’s a fair point, though the seller seems incorrect about the manufacture date.

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