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1948 CJ-2A Cambria, CA $15,999


UPDATE: Still Available. It’s listed as a 1948, but it has a VEC serial number of 22189.

(08/22/2019) Looks solid.

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“1948 WILLYS MILITARY JEEP Rust Free, Restored, 4- Wheel Drive, Stock components, Converted to 12 Volt Electrical, Recent Paint Complete under carriage Also, New Interior, Stock Go Devil 134/59 HP 4-CYL, Engine, 3-Speed Manual And 2-Speed Transfer Case, Recent Military Type Tires Installed. Runs Great, MUST SEE. CAR SHOW READY”



7 Comments on “1948 CJ-2A Cambria, CA $15,999

  1. Mike

    Not to be critical, but so many of these so called restorations with the so called “CORRECT” replacement bodies, don’t have any of the original brackets, (Side pockets) mounted on the body as the original. That’s what I don’t understand about these guys, you call yourself a restorer, spend a ton of time and money, yet neglect to spend the small amount of time to detail such as this. I don’t get it, restoration means period correct, means having some skills to restore, not just buy new from China, India, or where ever.
    Look up the Jeep Guy Restorations on Facebook, now there’s a guy I admire. Located in PA, a man with skills, yet gets very little recognition for his talent. This is not a sales pitch, just the truth.

  2. Ranger Bob in Colorado

    I think it is a nice looking CJ. If the owner is happy with it, I am happy with it. I think it looks nice.

  3. Jeff H

    Very neat work; I like the color which is the same as my 3B. I also think it looks better without
    the side pockets.

  4. peter45cj

    Mike- you nailed it for that price range details do count. Even for personal satisfaction. Also for that price I don’t expect a 2×4 in front of the rear wheel.

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