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1950 CJ-3A Ashley Falls, MA $13,000

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UPDATE: Still Available.

(04/13/2022) This has a new tub and looks in great shape.

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“1950 CJ3A Clean clear Title in my name. Tons of new parts. Partially restored by previous owner. Runs Drives shifts stops as it should. This isn’t mint by any means it’s rattle can painted it has dings & scratches it’s not showroom but could easily be with some love. There’s no rust and it has an actual title! It will need a wiring harness and gages/lights/whipers but it was driven around locally last summer! Considering thinning the heard. Price out what a new tub cost alone! If you want to ask a million questions come take a look and take it for a spin. It’s a 72 year old Jeep!

New Tub, New Seats/brackets/foam/covers, New gas tank, New exhaust, New water pump, New hoses, New gaskets here and there, New Spark plugs/wires, New brakes, F+R New Springs/Shocks/Shackles (5), New tires, New body mounts, New battery bracket, 12v converted.”

 

9 Comments on “1950 CJ-3A Ashley Falls, MA $13,000

  1. David Eilers Post author

    Jeff,

    I don’t see it. It looks like they eliminated it, though it’s mounting bracket is still there.

    – Dave

  2. carl lafong

    X-CUSE ME ? — BUT EVEN A SMALL CHILD IN ZAMBIA WOULD KNOW THAT THE WILLYS OVERLAND CORPORATION VEHICLES PRODUCED IN THE POST-WAR PERIOD WERE OIL FILTER OPTIONAL — THE FRAM C-3P FILTERING DEVICE WAS $59.23 IN 1948 DOLLARS ——– A LOT OF DIRT POOR FARMERS COULDNT AFFORD THAT — $59.23 WAS A WHOLE MONTHS SALARY AT THAT TIME — PLUS , THESE WERE NOT FULL FLOW FILTERS — THEY ONLY FILTERED JUST A MINISCULE AMOUNT OF THE DINOSAUR JUICE AND DEPOSITED IN ON THE CAM GEAR ( OR CHAIN IN THE EARLY MODELS ) … THANK YOU

  3. David Eilers Post author

    Vernon,

    Not sure a child in Zambia would care about the topic, but I didn’t know the oil filter was optional. I knew folks sometimes just removed it and plumbed around it.

    – Dave

  4. Chuck vanhook

    Pretty high price for all the needs IMHO. Plus you really need to add an oil filter to the list of needs!

  5. Jefff

    Maybe they were only optional in Zambia? My Grandfather told me that starter motors and headlights were options on model T’s – but I have seen quite a few original receipts for early CJ’s that listed options and never saw an oil filter listed.
    Would like to see one if it’s out there that would be interesting.

  6. Terry

    Oil filters were always standard on Willys jeeps, an oil filter also acts as an oil cooler, do not run your engine without it. Headlights were an option only on the first MODEL T FORDS 1909 to 1911 from 1912 to 1927. standard .

  7. Mike

    Ho Hum, Oil filters seem to be the subject of interest, but did anybody notice the spare tire bracket is mounted way too low and not centered? By the way, just as a side note to the oil filter controversy, when mounting a snow plow set up on the flat head four, removal of the oil filter was needed to make room for mounting of the pump.

  8. David Eilers Post author

    Mike,

    Good point. I didn’t notice that, but it is low. Hopefully, there’s support underneath for that new location.

    – Dave

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