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1947 CJ-2A Richmond, KY $**SOLD**

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UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $13,500.

(11/07/2021) Has a variety of mods.

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“For Sale 1947 Willys Jeep Hot-rod. Jeeps are built not made! Show off to your friends off-roading, plus enjoy it on the street. Body: Military tub, chrome military grill, CJ-3A one pane windshield, Willys hood, Bestop California issued VIN, Kentucky title. Suspension: 2.5 lift long leaf springs. Soft ride and very good off-road. Rancho 9000 adjustable shocks. 15×10″ Mag Wheels 33×12.5″ Mickey Thompson Baja-Claw tires.

Front Differential: Dana 30, Warn Hubs, 3.73 gears, Chrome-Moly axels, E-Locker differential, electric so you can turn it off and on with a switch from the driver’s seat. (front lockers do effect steering). Rear Differential: 3.73 gears, Detroit Locker, Chrome-moly Flanged axles. Roll cage: full family type. Brakes: Wilwood disc brakes front, rear and Master-cylinder. Engine: 327 bored .030″ Alu. heads, mild Hydraulic roller cam, AA Headers, Edelbrock. Transmission: BW alu. T10, alu. bell housing, 11″ clutch, Hurst Competition Plus Shifter, Warn Overdrive, M18 transfer-case. The original 1st generation Jeep, improved over the decades. Richmond KY call on cell Rob”


3 Comments on “1947 CJ-2A Richmond, KY $**SOLD**

  1. Clint

    I’ve seen these fender flares on early Jeeps….but never online where you could buy them. Is this something you just piece together from different ages of Jeeps? The rears might be CJ5 or CJ7….but I’m at a loss to figure out where the fronts are from.


  2. Brian

    Clint, I think Bushwacker used to make them. They were molded somewhat flexible plastic material. I have a set in storage but I think the box with mfg name on it is long gone…Kaiser Willys appears to carry some like these in their website. Maybe the same product?

  3. David Eilers Post author

    The flares for the flat fenders and CJ-5s were originally rubber (to the best of my knowledge). I have a rear set on my CJ-3A. You can still buy them for the CJ-5s (and I would imagine the rears would fit flat fender jeeps, too):

    Kaiser Willys sells a complete set for early jeeps (I don’t know if they are rubber, plastic, or both):

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