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1946 Project Grand Junction, CO **SOLD**


UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $5000.

As the seller notes, lots of work left. No title.


“This is a ground-up build Willys Flat Fender rock crawler. It is a big project, if you want to finish it you better be capable of fabricating, as there is a lot left to do. I’m selling it for LESS than what I have into the parts alone.

The price is FIRM and I am NOT parting it out. If either of those are a problem for you, don’t bother messaging me about it.

Specs; 2″ x 4″ x 3/16″ thick frame, built to stretch the wheelbase with link suspension in mind. Engine- 2005 Vortec 4.3 MPFI (the good one) with 90k miles (90k miles, heard it run before pulled.) Transmission- GM 4L60E ‘K’ Case T-Case- Dana 300, 208 adapter with JB Conversions stub shaft to connect Trans & T-case
Rear Axle- Dana 44 rear with 5.38’s, Detroit locker, 33 spine 4130 shafts, disc brakes.
Front Axle- Dana 44 front with 5.38’s, 4130 shafts, Warn hubs, Detroit locker, disc brakes Suspension- 4 link rear suspension, 3 link front with track bar. Built with BEEFY RuffStuff heims, tube, mounts, etc. Pair of 14″ Fox Coilovers with remote res. 4 BEEFY shock towers. Tires-Set of 5 35″ Maxxis Short Course tires
Body- Aftermarket tub in great shape, stretched 8″ at the door. Rear wheelwell opened up to fit 36″ diameter tire. CJ2A windshield frame CJ2A fenders MB Grill

Extras; 15 gallon fuel cell, Astro Van steering box, winch plate, JBA Shorty headers, etc.

The front axle was pushed forward a LOT, rear pushed back a bit and should have around 100″ wheelbase. I was going to run full hydro, but if you got creative you could probably get a steering box on it. Most of the links are just tacked up, so if you wanted to pull the front axle back you could.

At this point you could tweak the build to make it yours, it will fit 35’s with no problem and it might fit 37’s in the rear as it sits, but it would be tight.

What you see in the first 2 pics is the current condition, it’s a roller but the frame needs finish welding, as does the suspension links. Some parts of the suspension are tacked up. The shock mounts need to be measured and welded on. Not parting it out, buy it all or nothing. I’m not desperate to sell either and the price is FIRM.

Please don’t waste my time and yours if you don’t have the cash and the full intention of taking on this project. No title, can provide Bill of Sale. Located in Grand Junction, CO.”


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