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1946 VEC CJ-2A Berryville, AR **SOLD**

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UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $2000.

This is a VEC with the rear hubs and early windshield. Plus, it has a rear PTO. This should go fast at this price. No title. Serial number #11854.

“I am reposting this Jeep. I have been educated a little on what I have. I got VERY overwhelmed by the amount of messages I received after posting yesterday. For all of you that are going to come on here and say I should have gone with the first person who messaged me, I honestly couldn’t tell you who the hell messaged me first. I got so many at one time it was unreal. SO I do not have the title to this Jeep #30 1946 CJ-2A Willys I don’t know if this thing runs. It was a family members that we had to pay for to get it out of the shop when he passed. There are 2 rust spots in the floor inside the Jeep. Has PTO Must either come pick up or arrange to have it picked up and delivered.”

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8 Comments on “1946 VEC CJ-2A Berryville, AR **SOLD**

  1. Mark S.

    I love the clock on the dash board and that one of the dash plaques was actually removed and reinstalled, rather than tossed.

  2. Mark S.

    Facebook link not working now, just a blank page appears, was working yesterday, not sure what is going on,

  3. David Eilers Post author

    The link was working yesterday, but deleted over the night. Here’s what I know …

    The seller was a woman who didn’t know much about jeeps. She initially listed it at $700. Someone Kindly pointed out that the price was way under its value. So, within a half hour she relisted it at $2000, a much more reasonable price.

    However, FB being FB, several vultures slammed her for upping the price, claiming that once she listed the price she should keep to that price. This poor woman was beaten down a bit by the ugly messages. It was about this time that I saw the FB post about the jeep and began reading the comments.

    One particular commenter wrote something similarly derogatory, but added that if he ever met her that he would given her a stern talking to.

    Well, after reading his message, I decided I’d had it, so I responded that she was well within her right to change the price of the jeep and that the $2000 figure was more appropriate. And, that if it were me, I wouldn’t budge from that figure.

    The seller thanked me, but naturally, the commenter attacked me. I responded, trying not to call him names, but continuing to defend the seller.

    Then, in another message the commenter then claimed that he’d never seen a CJ-2A with indents, so there was something wrong with the jeep. I responded, “Seriously? You attack this woman for the price, but you don’t know what she has?”

    He then attacked me again, claiming that I certainly didn’t know what I was talking about, that he had done all kinds of research on jeeps and that he had 20 years working with jeeps. Not wanting to waste my time, I responded by posting a link to the CJ-2A history page so he could do his own research.

    At that point, a long time reader jumped in and posted a link to the eWillys VEC link. The commenter then responded, “Oh, now THAT GUY knows what he is talking about”.

    I couldn’t help responding, “Yep, that guy has spent the last decade posting jeeps for sale daily. He knows a bit or two about vintage jeeps.”

    I don’t think the commenter ever did figure out that I was THAT GUY, but those of us who did have a good laugh about it.

    Anyway, that all transpired Wed morning. I suspect that she was able to find a buyer and, probably, more a**holes made derogatory comments. So, she deleted the post.

    Overall, I was highly disappointed in some of the comments. FB can be such a cesspool of information, attitudes, and divas sometimes. I’m disappointed that more and more jeeps are posted for sale there.

  4. Mark S.

    I am on Facebook Marketplace every day, but I have never seen a comment section. Is the comment section only seen if the ad is shown on a regular Facebook post, or do you have to message the seller for comments?

  5. ggordon49

    That was nice of you to stick up for her, good for you!! You know he was NOT a true flatfender guy, just out looking to make a buck 🙁

  6. David Eilers Post author

    Mark, by comments I meant the discussion thread underneath the main post. If I’m not making sense, let me know and I’ll screen shot an example of what I mean.

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