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1946 CJ-2A Broken Arrow, OK $10,000


Listed as a 1946, this could actually be a 3A (or certainly looks like one).

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“This is truly a fantastic full body off restoration using most original parts. Very nicely done CJ-2 with good metal all around, in great running condition. Starts easily, strong original 4 cylinder engine,shifts nicely through the gears and the transfer case with lock out hubs is sound. It also has a nice top and sport bar. Not an original color, but attractively finished in a light metallic teal green with good seat upholstery. All glass and rubbers are excellent with 5 brand new tires and 5 clean, bright wheels. This is a turn key vehicle. The only things that need a bit (and I do mean just a bit)of attention are the gas gauge and the carburetor as it leaks a little. Everything else – wipers, lights, speedometer, etc. work fine. No signs of rust, rot or prior collision damage. Bargain priced for quick sale at $12000 or best offer FOB Broken Arrow, Okla.”


3 Comments on “1946 CJ-2A Broken Arrow, OK $10,000

  1. Barney Goodwin

    Believe this is a repro tub. See the little bulge on the dash to the left of the red ring and column clearance?

  2. David Eilers Post author


    Is that a bulge? I thought it was a shadow, but I could be wrong. Is that common on some repros? I hadn’t noticed that.

  3. Barney Goodwin

    Dave – I’m going to correct myself as well as send you some photos . Whether this is a repro tub, I don’t know, but it is not for the reason I gave if it is. That is an elevated switch location for the governor control cable. The stock 2A dash photos in the factory parts books and owner’s manuals show the tip of a T-handle between the center steering wheel spoke and the column tube, but no identification arrow or legend. However, in the owners manual is a drawing of the installed governor and T-handle control which details the location on the dash as well as the elevation on the dash. The elevation was for clearance to help get under the T-handle. The punch out shows a flat spot to be able to twist-lock the cable into position without twisting the whole cable.

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