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1946 CJ-2A Tulsa, OK $5000


UPDATE: Still Available.

(11/12/2020) This jeep has undergone some modifications. The body has been cut in places and patched in others. Perhaps the most unusual aspect of this jeep is the hood (aftermarket?), which is mounted at an angle with the back up high, presumably to fit the Chevy 350. or

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I am selling a very nice 1946 Jeep Willys-Overland CJ-2A, twin stick 4×4, manual, 3 speed. It has had a frame-off restoration. No rust on the cab. VERY STURDY, no rusted through portions. Nice, thick paint. The paint is pretty good overall, but has scratches and imperfections. The has been swapped for a Chevy 350 with true dual exhaust with cherry bombs (Sounds good, not obnoxiously loud). It starts easily, runs great, has tons of power, and drives well both offroad and street. The transmission was pulled from a CJ-2A 6 cylinder, and the remaining drive train and axles are all original to the vehicle. The passenger seat flips up. The windshield folds down. The lights work.

It is street legal, and even passes inspection. It has a couple small things that need to be fixed – there is a small gas leak from the tank, but it’s easy to get to (just under the drivers seat, just a couple bolts to remove), but I’ll get around to fixing it in the next week. And the speedometer only works sometimes, so it may just be loose. The tires don’t have great tread. The brakes are a little weak, but do work and will stop you. It is in incredible condition for it’s age, and is a lot of fun to drive around! In 1945-46, manufacturers did not release many CJ-2As, due to strikes, making it even more rare than most. It has a clean title with no issues.


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