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1952 CJ-3A Show Low, AZ $13,000


There are lots of updates to the Flattie. It’s got a replacement body. The Muller Top has been modified with aluminum sides.

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“For Sale, 1952 Willys Jeep, 350 Chevy Engine, T-98 4 speed trans, Warn Overdrive, 5.38 Gears, Limited Slip Rear-end, Full-Floating Rear Axles, Locking Hubs on Front and Rear, Power Steering, Power Brakes, 4 Inch Lift, Toyota Electric Windshield Wipers, New BF Goodrich Tires, Warn Winch, Roll Cage, Swing away spare tire carrier, Tow Bar, Half Doors, Lift up rear window, Fresno Top, and Sony Stereo with Sony external Speakers… + So Much More, The asking price is $13.000.oo Please do not call to make me offers over the phone, you will need to see this vehicle in person, before I will consider any cash offers! This Beautiful Classic Vehicle is located about 10 miles N-E of Show Low Az. For more information on this Willys Jeep,”


4 Comments on “1952 CJ-3A Show Low, AZ $13,000

  1. Roger So. Oregon

    Nice older build flattie. I was planning on doing the cj7 wipers conversion on my flat fender project, but I’ll have to look and try and find info about Toyota wipers. Never heard of that conversion. If it’s anything to do with fj40’s it’s expensive I’m sure.

    And they must of meant new Old tires or is it Old new tires. I have the exact set of 33 BFG’s sitting under my M38 and would pay handsomely for a brand new fresh set. Those haven’t been made for many, many years.

  2. mike p

    On the windshield frame is the FRESNO FOUR WHEEL DRIVE CLUB emblem. My dad has been in that club since early 1960’s he’s 86 now and still has his 1956 willys. They all built their jeeps like this one. V8 5:38 mueller top etc..

  3. David Eilers Post author


    The Fresno Four Wheel Drive Club was one of the more sophisticated clubs. Some cool things sprang from the club. Perhaps your dad knows the answer to these 2 questions:
    1. Did Four Wheeler Magazine evolve out of the Fresno Four Wheeler club news letter?
    2. There was a former Ford mechanic (I’m told) who apparently did a large number of jeep modifications, such as modifying windshields to fit larger windshields. Any idea what his name was? (here’s a great example: ) … I’ve got the owner’s name and number .. it’s one I want to buy.

    Feel free to email me directly at with any answers.

    Thanks, Dave

  4. Chuck

    @ mike p
    Haha, that was the first thing I noticed! My Dad is 82. I would suppose your dad and mine knew each other. Heck, we might know each other as kids. We were members from the sixties to the seventies. Yep, this is how they built them in Fresno and Clovis back in the day.

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