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1948 CJ-2A Greensburg, PA $20,000


I’m guessing this was priced based on NADA. Still, it appears to be in good condition. Note the pipe along the passenger side fender. Any thoughts on why that is there? It does not appear to be related to the heater.

“Selling grandpa’s Jeep. No use for it. Good running condition. Includes a rear PTO, back bench seat, and the matching canvas top (with doors). The brush-hog that was used with his Jeep is also available for sale. It is registered and has a title.”

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6 Comments on “1948 CJ-2A Greensburg, PA $20,000

  1. Doug in Ohio

    Perhaps it is a crank handle for a jack?looks like slots on the firewall end to fit a jack.

  2. Barney Goodwin (BJP LLC)

    Doug’s right. It’s a crank of some type. See the wing nuts on the clamps for quick removal. I’m thinking it’s a starter crank judging from the one-direction slots on the end. A jack would have to reverse also which this can’t. Can be seen easier when you enlarge it on a tablet. Neat storage for sure.

  3. Thad

    The hold down clamps ain’t gonna be none to easy to get the “crank” out if needed.

  4. Paul Chandler

    I’m curious, even though it’s in fair condition, 20k seems kinda steep. What do you guys think is fair

  5. David Eilers Post author

    That well could be a crank. I didn’t think of that.

    Paul: If rust free, if it starts, runs and stops perfectly, if no patches, if the paint job is good, if it has all the matching paperwork, it could fetch between $10k to $14k? I suspect that if it were washed and polished it will show better, too. With right bidders, it could get more on eBay (as sometimes folks can’t help themselves during an auction).

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