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1946 CJ-2A Nampa, ID $3500


This includes a rear PTO and drum pulley. It also has the governor handle, but not the linkage on the engine.

“All original 1946 Willy’s Jeep with rare working original PTO. Needs battery, starter, spark plug wires, and carburetor. Everything else is there including rear bench seat. $1000 worth of brand new correct tires. Restore, or enjoy summer fun as-is.”

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7 Comments on “1946 CJ-2A Nampa, ID $3500

  1. Dave from Mn

    Has an MB type seat. I think it’s missing more than he said like in the air cleaner radiator hoses and maybe the pedals?

  2. aero-falcon

    the rear pto and drum is PRICELESS !! — so $3500 is not a bad deal — I assembled the rear pto and drum on my willys model 4wd jeep truck awhile back — 2 piece pto driveshaft — it all worked , the bigger driveshaft was wobbling slightly — now if I could find the belt-driven buzz saw ?

  3. David Eilers Post author

    Brad … good point. It appears someone was checking for something in the engine.

    Dave … Yeah, that was my feeling, too. Looks like the entire exhaust system is missing.

    Vernon … I too figured the PTO, etc, was the true value here.

  4. Joe in Mesa

    Lots of MB (or GPW) parts: both seats are only 3 section back (WWII), this has B.O. markers and B.O. drive with tombstone bracket!, side and corner handles, WWII windscreen (or modified to look like one), and even inset headlights to appear more WWII-ish (albeit in a 7-slot grill). I even see an oil bath air cleaner down in there, but no carb nor fuel strainer nor…
    BTW STA tires are only $125 each new… so $500 for the 4 he replaced (not $1000)… and why is the right front worn/rounded on the outside tread if these are new?
    All that considered, could still be worth asking, but I wouldn’t want to deal with the rust/rot: I’m getting spoiled here in Arizona.

  5. David Eilers Post author

    Joe, I’m surprised to see this much rot out of a Nampa vehicle. It’s pretty dry there, too (not Phoenix basin dry, but a desert just the same).

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