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1961 DJ-3A Roseburg, OR $15,000


Looks like some nice work on what could be a former DJ-3A Convertible.

“Completely rebuilt, very clean and neat work, power steering, 4 wheel disc brakes, Chevy 327 with Angle milled vortec heads, steel roller rockers, Holley 650 Dual feed double pumper carb, Fuel regulator with gauge, Swing pedals, hydraulic clutch, center force clutch, Ford top loader 4 speed transmission, 2 stick Dana 20 transfer case, 44 rear differential with power lock, 30 front differential, 4.56 gears, aluminum radiator, electric fan, all new wiring, Autometer gauges, 6 point roll cage, RJS seatbelts, full top and Bimini top, C.B. Radio, tilt steering column, aluminum battery box, heater, less than 1000 miles on engine, runs strong. $15,000.00”

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3 Comments on “1961 DJ-3A Roseburg, OR $15,000

  1. SteveK

    Not much DJ there, and even the wrong windshield for a “convertible”. It’s beautiful tho!

  2. David Eilers Post author

    Agreed … and I would have changed out the windshield on this as well if it was my build (At least, it looks like this has a solid back, hence the convertible designation). That convertible windshield is too short for me.

  3. SteveK

    I don’t think a Soft Top on a 3A body, not a higher cowl 3B, will fit with the shorter windshield either, another reason to change it. I don’t think one could “build their own” to that detail and quality for $15K. Very solid looking build, and I’ll bet it flies. I wonder what the 3 solenoids are for?

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