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1963 DJ-3A Surrey Burlington, CT **Sold**

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update: **Sold** was $700.

Thanks to John for spotting this altered Surrey, changed to 4WD with an extra long nose. Despite the changes, there seems to be some value here.

“1963 Jeep Surrey Gala. Swapped to a 283 v8. Runs strong. 3spd on the floor. Fisher plow. Runs drives stops and plows. Have a title. Bring a battery”

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7 Comments on “1963 DJ-3A Surrey Burlington, CT **Sold**

  1. Mike

    Talk about “MODIFIED”, this Willys is cool in it’s own right. I dig the cherry bomb mufflers coming out the sides of the “custom hood”. And the dash, amazing that it still has the pink color.

  2. JohnB

    Probably a silly question, but how difficult would it be to convert a DJ into a 4×4?
    For ease of production and commonality, I’d assume most parts are interchangeable…but still a lot of work to do correctly.

  3. David Eilers Post author


    Not a silly question. It’s easier to drop a DJ-3A body onto a CJ-2A or 3A chassis to make it 4WD. However, to make a DJ-3A chassis 4WD a person could get front and rear axles from a CJ, along with a transmission and transferase and transmission cross member (DJ’s cross member is a little different). You’d want to remove most of the DJ parking brake parts, but a person might be able to make the existing cane engage the transfercase parking brake (unsure about this). I’m sure there are a few other details, but, overall, I see no reason it would be a complex transfer. I have working on DJ chassis, but never converted one.

    – Dave

  4. Ray Robins

    I reversed a DJ3A back to 2 wheel drive. I have all the parts to go to 4 wheel drive if someone needs them.

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