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1946 CJ-2A Peoria, AZ $9000

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Bruce is selling his CJ-2A. He found this via eWillys a few years ago. He’s hoping to find a little newer jeep with more room.

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“1946 Willys Jeep CJ-2A
First year for the civilian version of the Jeep.
This one is early production, but not quite “VEC”. (SN 31000)

Original running gear and 4-cyl L-head engine.
Low miles on overhaul, runs very well.

Converted to 12V electricals with alternator.
All instruments and lights are working.
Period-correct aftermarket turn signal kit installed.
Also set up for tow-behind with towbar and trailering light harness.

Near-new BesTop soft top, doors and rear seat.
Seat belts in all positions.

Goodyear Wrangler all terrain tires.
Wiring set-up in place for electric winch.
Locking center console and ammo can storage “trunk”.
Swing-away spare tire carrier with full size matching spare.
Includes bumper-mounted high lift jack and 2″ hitch receivers front & rear.”


3 Comments on “1946 CJ-2A Peoria, AZ $9000

  1. Mike

    Is that aluminum diamond plate on the front floors? Now that is a great fix, never rust again. I did this on My CJ5 back in 1978, to this day, never regretted it. Sometimes we get carried with this perfect restoration craze, as for me, it’s OK to be creative. The aluminum diamond plate IS an improvement over the original.

  2. neal jung

    diamond plate is usually always used to HIDE JEEP BODY DAMAGE OR RUST !! — when i see diamond plate on a jeep , i keep walking … sincerely , neal

  3. David Eilers Post author

    I’ve seen diamond plate used both ways, sometimes to hide stuff and sometimes to protect stuff.

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