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1943/65 Flattie Rio Rancho, NM $13,000

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UPDATE: Price dropped to $13,000. 

https://albuquerque.craigslist.org/cto/d/rio-rancho-willys-jeep/6828048488.html

(04/18/2018) Chad spotted another California modified Flattie. It’s nearly identify to three other jeeps (same body updates, same dash, same custom windshield, same Muller custom top, etc). The differences are slightly, such as this one has a black rear bumper rather than a chrome one like the others.

  1. For example, Here’s one that was also listed as a 1965. They have different valve covers and different rear bumpers, but pretty much everything else looks the same: http://www.ewillys.com/2015/06/10/1965-custom-flattie-las-vegas-nv-ebay/#more-113889
  2. Here’s another (this has a 302 and chrome bumper): http://www.ewillys.com/2014/08/25/1948-cj-2a-kerman-ca-6950/
  3. And another (black seats): http://www.ewillys.com/2012/03/13/1948-cj-2a-clovis-ca-ebay/
  4. This has more differences than the others, but similar look: http://www.ewillys.com/2017/08/17/1948-cj-2a-fort-mohave-az-16500/ 

Here’s the ad …

“I’m selling my willys jeep. I hate to see it go but i don’t use it at all. Its in perfect shape. So many upgrades to the small block 305 v8. I don’t need to get rid of it so no low ballers. I am open to some trades and reasonable offers. I dont need help selling it and cash only. No scammers or tire kickers.”

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4 Comments on “1943/65 Flattie Rio Rancho, NM $13,000

  1. rudy

    Looks like the same Jeep in all pictures to me. if you look close as there are too many similarities to be different. #1 and #3 even have the same license plate. Looks as if #4 is also the same just a few changes.

  2. David Eilers Post author

    Rudy,

    Thanks for taking a close look at these pics. I will have to revisit this issue later, but after reviewing the pics, #1 and #2 may be the same jeep after all, though there are minor differences between the two.

    The license plate is a puzzle, but maybe the seller kept the old black plate and used it on a second vehicle? #1 has tan interior and no hood scoop.
    #3 has a hood scoop and black interior.

    #4 should be a link to this jeep, which is my favorite in terms of creativity of the bunch (and is still for sale last I saw) http://www.ewillys.com/2018/08/24/1948-cj-2a-fort-mohave-az-16500/

    I will put all the pics on one photo shop document to make it easier to compare.

    Thanks!

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