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1947 CJ-2A Kubota-Powered North Dakota **SOLD**

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UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $15,000.

“-Freshly rebuilt Kubota V2203 engine with Overland Diesel adapter and turbo kit.
-Stock 3 speed with Dana 18 t case
-New soft top and doors.
-Rebuilt front end with Lock Rite locker and disc brakes
-Rebuilt rear end
-31” tires with Beadlock wheels
-Has rear seat
-Warn 8274 winch”













7 Comments on “1947 CJ-2A Kubota-Powered North Dakota **SOLD**

  1. David Eilers Post author

    Allan, I hear what you are saying, but, to be fair, it’s not like he is flipping it. it appears Roger has invested in new tires, rims and front disc brakes, which aren’t trivial purchases. In addition, the front and rear ends have been rebuilt and a locker added to the front, which aren’t cheap services either. So, it’s not quite the same jeep.

  2. Allan

    David, everything except for the locker seems to be listed in the original listing so not sure how much Roger did vs. what was already done when he bought it. Either way, its still a pretty good deal for what the Jeep is even if the price has jumped 50% in ~8 months.

  3. David Eilers Post author

    Oops, I might have missed a few of those details as being part of last year’s sale, so thanks for clarifying that for me! (been busy with updates for Wed morning).

  4. Roger

    Allan…the price didn’t jump 50 percent. And maybe you should ask for more Info about the Jeep from the owner before making assumptions like you have. Like my ad says(and the old ad you found does not) I just put alot of money into rebuilding the engine and head in this Jeep. I also have done some other things to it that of course you don’t know about cause again you just assumed. . Which now I’m actually loosing money from what I paid for it 8 months ago and what I have into it now to this point. So no I didn’t just make a killing on a Jeep in a short period of time.

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