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1950 CJ-3A Woodinville, WA $4995

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UPDATE: Still Available .

(04/04/2015) Nice looking jeep. Front brakes currently disassembled.

“1950 Willys CJ3A Civilian Flatfender. 95% stock, Flathead 4 cyl. 4 wheel drive, stored for 20+ years, few new improvements, Koeniq “Tin Top”, half roll cage, Diamond Plate corners and steps. Willys ready for restoration back to original or modify to whatever level. Has heavy duty detachable tow bar included. Have more photos, send email address if serious restorer / collector / hunter. Vehicle has not been started in 15 years. Was running when last parked. Front brake system currently partially dissembled. $4,995″

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19 Comments on “1950 CJ-3A Woodinville, WA $4995

  1. Jeepjtrucks

    At first I thought the photo was reversed, but now I’m not sure. The fuel filler on the passenger side is what I’m looking at. Does this have an auxiliary fuel tank?

  2. Idaho Todd

    You’re right jtruck, it’s a nice job done on an added tank under passenger seat. You can see the steering wheel in the pics that shows it is not reversed and you can see the original tank under the drivers seat. Good eye…

  3. Minnesota Chris

    Oh the diamond plate. It has two purposes: cover up rust or look “cool”. I’ve looked at several jeeps and have not seen many that weren’t trying to cover up something

  4. Jeepjtrucks

    Or…. it’s a right hand drive Jeep AND the photo has been reversed. This is all getting way too complicated.

  5. Dennis in Astoria

    Forth photo down you can clearly read “WILLYS” on the tailgate, see the steering wheel on the drivers side and see the passenger auxiliary fuel filler.

    Also looks to be freshly painted and with the diamond plating it is probably hiding some things.

  6. mmdeilers Post author

    Passenger side fuel tanks weren’t uncommon around the Pacific Northwest. Some fiberglass bobcat bodies came with the inlet already formed.

  7. Minnesota Chris

    I like how the seller says, “willys ready for restoration back to original or modify to whatever level”. Who would spend this kind of money on this jeep just to restore or mod it up?

  8. Idaho Todd

    Oh the humanity…shows decent though. I like the top, is it lined with cork? The whitewalls are cool, too.

  9. Minnesota Chris

    Looks like cork. Great stuff to walk on. Did you see the roll bar plate? Covers whole wheel well top

  10. dan

    “Hasn’t been ran in 15 years and the front brakes are partially disassembled?” No wonder it hasn’t sold this entire time for that price….Price it right, and it will go.

  11. Scouting Ranch

    The ad could read, “I’m asking too much for a vehicle that may or may not run and has no brakes”
    There, fixed.

  12. Mike

    Will this ever sell? Oh, I said that already. All kidding aside, a little horse trading here and there, a deal could be made.

  13. Mike

    As of today, 1/9/20, the listing has been deleted. Finally sold? It only took 4 1/2 years. Should dis-spell the myth that vintage Jeeps are the HOT MARKET.

  14. David Eilers

    This one was a curious one for sure. It must have looked very different in person or something else was wrong. What I’m observing is that decent vintage jeeps at decent prices are being bought pretty quickly, especially the stock ones.

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