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1951 CJ-3A Parkersburg, WV $12,000


UPDATE: This is back up for sale.

(04/24/20217) Looks in good shape.

In excellent shape, no rust;
Motor has been rebuilt from the from oil pan up (have paperwork on rebuild);
Professionally hand-painted camo exterior;
Original Warner overdrive system;
Paid $300.00 for new heater;
Transmission rebuilt;
New clutch and pressure plate;
Garage kept;
Runs great;
New style hubs on it, still have old hubs;
Frame and body are in excellent shape, never been wrecked or worked on;
Emergency brake was removed to add the heater;
12 volt system with General Motors alternator;
Added a spotlight on the top;
Front passenger seat is removable with an under-the-floor storage compartment;
Has a rollbar;
Old 3-speed drive shifter + overdrive = 4 speeds
NOTE: The radiator is the original. It works but probably needs a new one.”

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4 Comments on “1951 CJ-3A Parkersburg, WV $12,000

  1. Michael Wixom

    Based on the antenna bracket and holes in the dash and tailgate that may be a CJV35/U. Be interesting to see the floor between the seats and under the hood.

  2. Dave Miller

    Nice top. Looks like the one on the CJ-3A I just got. The guy that sold me the Jeep said someone showed him an old Sears Jeep catalog from the 70’s when they sold Jeep parts. He’s sure it’s a Sears top.
    I like how the door window’s go up and down. I’m missing the driver’s side (I don’t know what to call it) the passengers side is stuck.

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