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1954 CJ-3B Donna, TX $16,000


UPDATE: Was priced at $23,000. Price dropped to $16,000.

(11/13/2018) Looks like much of the body and the fenders are home made.

“1954 Jeep Willys CJ3
Overall condition exterior and interior is excellent condition (Show room condition)
ALL Matching numbers!!

COMES WITH OWNER MANUALS, Vinyl cab with doors and large zippered rear door, drop down tailgate. This Jeep is in overall amazing condition and appears to have mostly original parts. The Jeep looks, runs, and drives great, tires are like new, all lights work, starts in one crank.

It’s like your buying a new Jeep in this pristine condition! A real collectors vehicle! You won’t find many like this out there.”

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10 Comments on “1954 CJ-3B Donna, TX $16,000

  1. Dave M38A1

    I wonder if these exhaust headers are home made, or does someone manufacture them for sale? Also, I wonder how much the header would help my little F Head. Every little bit helps when you only have 72 HP

  2. Mike

    I guess you have to pay extra for all the Diamond plate, and what’s with those squared off modified fenders?

  3. Dave from Mn

    Headers and a high altitude head maybe. Seems like there’s hardly room to get one exhaust pipe through that area let alone 4.

  4. Dave M38A1

    Thanks Dave, I too looked on Clifford’s web site a year or so ago and didn’t find anything for the F head. I’ll call them in the next couple days and report back if I learn anything.

    I start every day with eWillys and can’t say how much I appreciate all you do. Today is the first time I’ve written in and this thread only confirms it.
    Thanks again

  5. David Eilers Post author


    I’m glad you enjoy eWillys. I had hoped to find a specific link for a header, as that stuff always interests me, but no luck. I would be interested to hear what you find out about the header.

    Good luck!
    – Dave

  6. Dave M38A1

    I found the Fhead header in the Clifford catalog-item #57-0432 for $399,
    but correspondence with Larry at Clifford, and I quote “The headers you are looking for is not in stock and I have no future plans for them.
    They averaged 30% power gains and fit all 134 F&L head engines.”

    So I guess I don’t have to decide if it’s worth $400. to find out if the horsepower gain is as advertised. 30% seems a little on the optimistic side.

  7. David Eilers Post author

    Dave, agreed … I’d say hope for 15% and everything else is gravy. If I see one floating around I’ll try to send it your direction.

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