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1946 VEC CJ-2A Pittsburgh, PA $5600

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UPDATE: Still Available.

(03/26/2020) No engine or interior photos.

https://www.facebook.com/marketplace/item/2882358998524529/

“CJ2A 1946 Willy’s original equipment Runs , Drives , And Stops Very Good,Solid Original Engine 3 Speed Transmission, Frame Solid No Rust Floors Are Solid Body Mostly solid Top Is Very Good”

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9 Comments on “1946 VEC CJ-2A Pittsburgh, PA $5600

  1. Barney Goodwin

    Dave, when this was up here before, I remember it being “Sold”. and there were several interesting comments including about the top, the patch like rock guards, and typical poor FB advertising. ???

  2. David Eilers Post author

    Barney,

    Hmmm … The jeep disappeared off of Facebook, but returned on Craigslist. I didn’t delete any comments. Maybe there’s another post of this out there? Sometimes I dual post jeeps, as sometimes they are listed by the same seller in different cities. This could be the case here. I will have to check on that tomorrow.

    – Dave

  3. David Eilers Post author

    Jim: I completely missed the uniqueness of the soft top. Here’s a 1970 Kayline brochure http://www.ewillys.com/wp-content/uploads2/2020/04/kayline-brochure-interior-lores.jpg. I think the side has to roll up for it to be a Luxair, but I can’t tell if the top on this jeep does that or not. The top sure does fit nicely though.

    Barney: It does look like this has the aftermarket rock guards along the side, though I can’t remember who made them. The right front bumper seems to have the Runck vertical pipe, but it might have been welded on rather than a replaced bumper. You can see better pics of a Runck rear bumper in this post (about half way down http://www.ewillys.com/2018/05/15/day-16-monday-may-14th-drive-them-jeeps/ ). Rick Riley (of Ohio) was the one that educated me on the Runck products.

    This M-38A1 that was for sale includes some pics of the Runck front bumper: http://www.ewillys.com/2019/06/28/1953-m-38a1-dayton-oh-12000/

  4. Dave

    What’s the deal with this thing? Keeps turning up with the same pictures. F-book. C-list. Sold. Not sold. Something fishy about the whole thing.

  5. Barney Goodwin

    So, has anyone on here made or tried to make contact with Rasheed? Seems like there’s a lot of Jeep there is the questions are answered right. Interior photo? Column shift? Engine photo? Title? Did I say Title?

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