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1950 CJ-3A Johnsonburg, PA $10,000


UPDATE: Still Available.

(11/25/2020) “1950 Willys Jeep all original, all metal, almost no rust. Runs and drives just like in 1950. Painted to look like an Army Jeep. Lots of extra parts. Needs a little TLC. $10,000 or best offer”

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6 Comments on “1950 CJ-3A Johnsonburg, PA $10,000

  1. Mark S.

    I think it might be a throttle cable. I seem to remember some serious off roaders using them so their feet could stay on the clutch and brake pedals.

  2. David Eilers Post author

    Both good thoughts. I don’t see an overdrive nor a governor and I can’t see the carb well enough to spot a secondary cable. I suppose this will remain a mystery.

  3. Barney Goodwin

    Taking a closer look, i’m inclined to agree with Mark. That cable has a handle that pivots while pulling or releasing the cable similar to what is on some lawn mowers whereas a cable operated overdrive would be a straight pull/push.

  4. Chris Sample

    I would say hand throttle, like Mark said, I had a buddy who did that to keep a constant throttle when wheeling.

  5. Tom Jones

    I’d agree with the throttle idea. My son put one of those on his CJ5 shift post for hill starts.

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