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1953 CJ-3B Scottsdale, AZ **SOLD**

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UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $18,000.

(02/26/2021) Lots of ‘shiny’ on this cleaned up 3B.

“I have owned this jeep for 2 years, fixed a few minor issues and now I am looking to make room for another vehicle. The vehicle is a total rebuild which if you come over and check it out, listen to the engine and take it for a spin, you’ll see it is in great shape, all around. Asking $20,000 OBO”

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8 Comments on “1953 CJ-3B Scottsdale, AZ **SOLD**

  1. Joe in Mesa

    What’s the round access cover between the seats, behind the shifter bump?
    I like the “4 WHEEL DRIVE” stencil on the tailgate. Nicely done overall …but a bit too “Blingy” for my taste in rugged offroad utility (chrome accents galore).

  2. Joe in Mesa

    The master cylinder access is the one on the floor. I’m asking about the one between the front seats… did someone add a transfer case access panel to this CJ3B?

  3. David Eilers Post author

    Joe, my bad. That may have been a hole for the PTO lever(s). According to Derek, “1953 and early 1954 models had a standard square cutout in the floor between the seats for the PTO lever, covered by a plate if no PTO was installed.” (

  4. Dan B.

    Nice 3B, but would hate to grab that passenger handle in the middle of an Arizona summer.

  5. darrel in POMONA

    i think the round master cylinder access plate is the same part as the rear pto cover plate on a model 18 dana transfer case . .

  6. David Eilers Post author

    Darrel … I’d never noticed they were the same. I’ll have to compare them.

    Mike … Sure seems like it is.

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