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1959 DJ-3A? Miami, FL $16,500

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UPDATE: Still Available.

(12/02/2018) This 2WD CJ-3B looks suspiciously like a DJ-3A. The body is a replacement, so it probably is a DJ-3A, though, if that’s the case, the gas inlet has been converted to the side. This wouldn’t surprise me as the rear tank probably needed replacing anyway.

https://miami.craigslist.org/mdc/cto/d/miami-jeep-willys-1959/6980909637.html

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“THIS IS A BEAUTIFUL JEEP
4 CYLINDER
3 SPEED MANUAL TRANSMISSION ON WHEEL
NEW BODY AND PAINT
NEW SEATS
NEW CARPET
NEW WINDSHIELD
NEW SOFT TOP
NEW ELECTRIC SYSTEM
NEW GAUGES ( ALL WORKS)
NEW BRAKES
NEW SPRING AND SHOCKS
NEW BATTERY
NEW TIRES
NEW HUB CAP
NEW BUMPERS
NEW CLUTCH
NEW CARBURETOR
NEW AIR FILTER
NEW RADIATOR
KEPT IN GARAGE
CLEAN TITLE
16,500 OBO”

 

7 Comments on “1959 DJ-3A? Miami, FL $16,500

  1. SteveK

    This is a nice looking cruiser, but little left as a “DJ” except maybe the front axle and column shift. It is fairly close to me, but I have never seen it around on the streets or at shows.

  2. Colin Peabody

    Sent Rafael a question about the serial number , CJ3B or DJ3A, 4WD or 2WD. Thinking it is a frankenjeep. The serial number tag on the firewall is a repop, but can’t zoom in to see the number stamped on it.

  3. Mike

    Bob, I agree, crazy indeed, I don’t know how they figure these crazy values when they don’t even know what they have.

  4. SteveK

    I was at a local Jeep and Truck show yesterday, and it was not there. I wonder if this ad is real?

  5. David Eilers Post author

    Steve … interesting. Maybe the seller isn’t aggressively selling it, hence the reason it is price where it is?

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