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1948 CJ-2A Lakeport, CA No Price


Dean’s selling this nice looking, highly modified 2A. Contact him at
dean @ (remove spaces around the @)

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“1948 CJ2A
Crawl ratio:  101 to 1
Engine:  Chevrolet 4.3 V6
Transmission:  GM Muncie Heavy Duty SM-420 4 speed with 7.05 low gear and Novak adapter to transfer
Dana 20 case with Dana 18 3.15 gears with fully synchronized Saturn Overdrive
Custom Front and rear Axle by Ballistic Trux of Rocklin, CA
• Front axle:  1974 Scout Dana AF30 narrowed to 53″, 30 spline ARB with 4.56 gears
• Rear axle:   Dana 44 widened to 53″, 33 spline ARB, 4.56 gears (one piece 4340 axles)
Edelbrock intake manifold, Howell TB fuel injection & K&N Filter
40 LB Flywheel, with 11 inch clutch
Corvette Crossflow radiator w/ 16 in. flex fan and fiberglass shroud
Mallory fuel Pump
105 amp alternator with Optima battery
Oil pan 86 Astro van
Steering box: AGR Super Box 2 with P series pump
Tires:  33″ x 10.5 BFG Mud on 8′ x 15 wheels
8000 lb Warn Winch Model 8274
2″ receiver hitch (rear)
Full skid plate & 1 3/4″  DOM rock guards
Swing peddles with hydraulic clutch, 7” brake booster and dual master cylinders

Halogen headlights & driving lights (street legal)
Dual 10.5 gallon tanks with easy reach switch over
Omix Ada STEEL complete body kit
Custom louvered hood for increase air flow
6 PT Roll bar with  1 3/4″, .125 wall tubing, defrosters in front cross bar
Painless Wiring Kit
Chevrolet tilt steering column, 16″ Grant Wheel: Borgeson U-joints, slip shaft and vibration damper
Master Craft Rubicon seats with adjustable Lumbar control & 5-point Harness
S&W Gauges
Vintage Air: Compac Gen II, with Heat/Cool/Defrost modes
Cobra 40 channel CB
Superide 2 1/2″ lift kit & shocks
Advance Adapter: Tie rods,, pitman arm, overdrive, motor mounts & 3.15 transfer gears”


3 Comments on “1948 CJ-2A Lakeport, CA No Price

  1. Mike

    A lot of hard work & expertise went into this Willys build, but what got my attention was the extensive louvered hood. What I find interesting about this particular hood is the louvers on the sides of the hood where the Willys name is die stamped into the metal. Maybe a reproduction hood with no Willys name on it?

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