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1946 CJ-2A VEC? Muscatine, IA $3000

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No powertrain.

“1946 willys no motor trans and transfer case are in tact very solid project clear title in hand”

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4 Comments on “1946 CJ-2A VEC? Muscatine, IA $3000

  1. JIM LEE

    I’ve had my eye on this jeep for several weeks now. It lacks an engine. Pieces of the enginre are there as is radiator. What struck my eye was it is a column shift. Now, if only I could find an engine?

  2. David Eilers Post author


    There are def engines still around. Might have to be a little patient.

    – Dave

  3. JohnB

    Being a VEC, are there major engine differences between it and a wartime military Jeep?

    What amazes me is how solid many of these projects are, even after apparently being outside for decades.
    Much better condition than most cars would be under similar circumstances.

  4. Frank

    Jim Lee,
    I had a 46 2A column shift that was in very good shape which I sold to buy the 45 2A I currently have.
    I have a slew of photos of the 46 but am not good on posting photos. The 46 was bone stock and had been repainted previously. I rubbed out the paint by hand and it turned out well. It took awhile as I had to take breaks often due to hand cramps.
    If you can contact me I would be happy to send the photo file to you for reference.
    I would only send the photos to Jim for his reference, so please don’t ask me to send photos to anyone else.
    Frank in Oregon.

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