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1946 CJ-2A Portland, OR $6500


UPDATE: Still Available.

(07/24/2019) This has some unusual elements. The seat that tilts inward could be a hand feature.

“Home built way back in the 1980’s by me. Engine is the F-head F134 “Hurricane” engine. Power steering. Dana 44 rear axle and Dana 25 front axle with a 3 speed transmission and transfer-case. Nice set of tires on 15″ Powder Coated rims. Cruises down the street real nice. No sissy bar or seat belts”

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4 Comments on “1946 CJ-2A Portland, OR $6500

  1. Chuck

    “No sissy bar or seat belts”
    Obviously has never rolled a Jeep.
    I rolled a CJ2A at 70 mph with only a cut finger from windshield glass between the ground and the steering wheel when it finally came to rest. If it wasn’t for a “sissy bar or seat belts” and the answered emergency prayer to God, I doubt I’d be here to poke fun at such a comment!

  2. David Eilers Post author

    Chuck, I agree. My father survived a rolling down a hillside in ’75 thanks to his newly installed full roll cage and his seat belt. I rolled a jeep while test racing my street/racing jeep, so I too appreciate the security of a roll cage and belts.

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