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1946 CJ-2A San Clemente, CA $8550


UPDATE: Price dropped to $8550

(09/26/2019) Has updates included an Studebaker inline 6.

“This is an amazing example of a “REAL” 1946 CJ2A Willy’s Jeep. 1946 was the first production year for the civilian jeep. So this is a real piece of American history. The paint is perfect, all the seats have been recovered with new canvas and foam. new period correct tires with original wheels. The engine is a 1942 Studebaker Flathead six. I almost put the 4 back in, but this history of this motor is much better. I wish I could find out who swapped it and when, but it had to of been done in the 50’s-60’s. Also, it has much more HP and torque. This little Jeep drives awesome.”

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9 Comments on “1946 CJ-2A San Clemente, CA $8550

  1. David Eilers Post author

    Mike: Sorry to torture you!

    Clem: I can’t see where the fan is.

    Peter: I’m not a fan of the stars on CJs, but it would not surprise me if stars helped jeeps sell.

  2. SteveK

    That L-6 almost looks era correct while giving a power boost instead of the V8 approach. I like it, not that Studebaker 6’s are any easier to find than original L-4s. Maybe the Gold Stars represent “school days” recognition??? We all add our “personalization” relative to our experiences/motives. To each his own, IMO.

  3. Jim Lundy

    Nice. My dad had an early 50’s CJ-3a with the altimeter and Koenig full top. Was sold in Albuquerque in the 1969. Man, I wish I could find that jeep! This one looks well cared for. If anyone has a line on another one with an altimeter, please let me know.

  4. Brad

    My uncle had an altimeter in his flattie. I always assumed it was something he came up with on his own. Was it an option offered or an aftermarket?

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