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1952 CJ-3A Peaceful Valley, WA $2800

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UPDATE: Price dropped to $2800.

(05/31/2019) Could be a good price.

https://bellingham.craigslist.org/for/d/abbotsford-1952-willys-jeep-cj-3a-4×4/6912876436.html

“1952 Willys Jeep CJ3A 4X4 runs drives has new clutch, throw out barring, breaks and master and slave cylinder’s
Has a V-6 with a 4 Speed transmission. Tires are good. $3750.00”

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4 Comments on “1952 CJ-3A Peaceful Valley, WA $2800

  1. Mike NJ

    Just to distinguish myself from the above statements, I am New Jersey Mike Finegan (not the above Mike) and I think that’s a good price for a clean looking Jeep. Nowadays, everybody is an expert on the internet, but in my humble opinion, this is a realistic priced Willys, a good starting point to enter the Hobby, and I emphasize “HOBBY” not a money making proposition.

  2. David Eilers Post author

    I’m with Mike NJ on this one. Anything that runs these days is fetching this kind of cash.

    Around here (Wash State), it’s not unusual to see that much diamond plate on an old flat fender. It was a very popular addition in the late 70s and into the 80s. Sometimes the wrap-arounds were hiding damage. Other times, it was for show. The corner and side diamond plating was often used to protect the jeep body from the tight jeeping in the Cascades. Sometimes to get around a tight corner on a side hill you had to pivot around stumps. If you didn’t have some kind of side protection (either diamond plate or a horizontal roll-bar along the body) you’d be certainly damage the body.

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