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1948 CJ-2A Cypress, CA $9500


UPDATE: Still Available.

(08/22/2019) For some reason, the ignition switch was dropped down a few inches. It could use a bumper, some rubber under the windshield, and some hood blocks. Maybe the pics were taken before it was completed?

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“I am selling my 1948 Willys CJ2A. I bought it a couple years ago as a fun toy. It was beautifully restored by the previous owner. It is definitely a great little vehicle and it gets lots of looks, thumbs up and honks (the good kind). I truly just don’t have time to drive it and can use the extra space. It’s time to move it along to someone that will actually have time to enjoy it. Everything is mechanically sound. It starts up right away and runs better than most of my other classic cars. Truly a great car to just get in and drive. I typically ran most of my local errands in it because it’s fun to tool around in and a cake walk to park. Please let me know if you have any questions, I’m definitely not an expert on these but I will help in any way I can. I’m also happy to send any specific pictures you might want. Thanks for looking!

Just paid the registration, good through October 2020
Title in hand and in my name

P.S. I will not respond to low ball offers. I’m in no rush to sell. I’m happy to continue running errands in it =)”


7 Comments on “1948 CJ-2A Cypress, CA $9500

  1. peter45cj

    At that price you’d expect something completed. Apparently the body kit did not include the hood blocks , rubber parts for windshield, front bumper or correct tailgate, footman loops etc. The passenger seat looks a little wonky.

  2. Rick

    Form the pictures, it looks like the gas tank was relocated from under the drivers seat to under the frame near the rear axle.

  3. Scoutingranch

    I think the drivers side tires are mounted incorrectly on the wheel. They appear to be directional tires and the V should be pointed forward. If I’m wrong then please correct me.

  4. Ranger Bob in Colorado

    We use to mount directional tire so the V on the front tires were one direction and the V on the back tires were the other direction. This gave you traction going forward or backing up.

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