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1954 CJ-3B Westmoreland, NH $3000

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UPDATE: Price dropped to $3000.

(05/072020) Unusual canopy setup.

https://www.facebook.com/marketplace/item/327792088204837/

“motor turns freely, needs restoration, new tires, PTO winch, plow , good glass, spot light, safari top, have repair metal for inside fenders, frame great, good suspension, few spare parts. Message me with questions”
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7 Comments on “1954 CJ-3B Westmoreland, NH $3000

  1. Barney Goodwin

    Dave, Surprised the seller isn’t addressing that – perhaps because he’s flipping it and doesn’t know.
    But I think that rigging was for a parade or something – like covering to make it look like something else.
    Look at the 2 large dual note horns under the hood, on BOTH sides! Or….note the show plow frame in photo 3. Is that attached? This may also have been rigged for sun shade in the farm field, say, pulling a tomato wagon or something where a crew is on the back sorting. would be a nice canopy if you had to do that all day in the sun.

  2. Barney Goodwin

    Decked up as the engine of an amusement train? (see sentence 2 above). Why else would there be enough horns under the hood to sound like a locomotive? There are at least 4 horns under the hood – 2 on each side.

  3. Barney Goodwin

    Just checked the FB post. there’s a 5th and really big dual note semi type horn on the cab. All would be great to have when the one at the traffic light is too busy on their phone to see the green light. lol

  4. Gayland Leddy

    I think that the canopy was to keep snow off while he was plowing. The horns would be to let other people know he was on the road. This is New Hampshire and it gets lots of snow. Any other ideas? Those white stains could be from Salt. I would look at this frame carefully.

  5. Bob in nc

    Any ex snow plow jeep needs to be looked at very carefully. Gears, Bondo, undercoating. A jeep used for plowing with 25,000 miles would be like 50,000 to 75,000 regular driving.

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