A May 1957 article from Willys News reported that the first FC-150 to Alaska was sent by plane. Unfortunately, to fit on the plane it had to be disassembled. Look how close that cab is to not fitting. Someone in Alaska sure wanted that FC badly!
The Seep’s name is Mud Hen.
“1943- Troops riding in Ford GPA Jeep Amphibious Vehicle “Mud Hen” at Fort Knox.”
“Older restoration, all steel, inline -4 engine.
Kelly hard top. $12,000.”
Looks good with those turbine rims.
“I have replaced the front end, transition. New clutch, pressure plate, & alternator. Recovered the sets. The engine is a v6 Buick with a 12 volt Ele system.”
No pics provided. Only 4200 miles?
“Only 4,200 miles great shape. It has a PTO driven winch in the front and an PTO on the passenger side.Has an original non directional spare tire.Everything works and rust free.Price is firm”
Runs and drives. Has a Bobcat hood.
“1948 jeep willys for sale. Runs. 2300 Obo. Need gone. Hard top. Great 4×4 rig. We just dont use it.”
UPDATE: Still Available.
It looks solid.
“Offered for sale is a retired Marine Corp jeep, low miles and low hours, good mechanical condition, good body, very original, everything is there, light cosmetics for a showpiece”
UPDATE: Price dropped to $6000.
(11/16/2013) The checkered windshield is unusual.
“v6 buick motor rebuilt came out of 87 regal everthing else is stock very good condition gets lots of attention. climbs like a champ.soft top”
Mark listed this nice Mighty Mite at warjeeps.com.
“American Motors, #2518. Complete, less than 500 miles on rebuilt engine and tires. New Mexico clean title.”
UPDATE: Still Available.
(02/14/2015) Needs finish work of some kind.
“1946 jeep willys, runs and drives, just needs finishing of restoration. New transfer case and has tow bar with it. Original “hurricane” 4 cylinder engine. Serious inquiries only.”
Not clear if it runs or not. Has rear PTO.
“1948 Willys CJ2A. Has the PTO that shifts and turns freely. Has all 5 original 16″ wheels. Body has very little rust and is a very nice restorable body. The hood is beat up but fixable and the windshield frame is really solid. Body, frame and serial numbers are 152754. Tub ACM is 141992, I can’t see a tailgate ACM. Engine is 3J 29374. I have the title that was signed off from the original owner but the engine has been swapped out so it’s sold with a bill of sale and I’ll include that title. Email any other questions. Thanks for looking.”
UPDATE: Price dropped to $10,000.
(08/02/2012) “1946 cj2a 1st year of the CJ, Will sell complet or just Body with 6 point cage 120 wall dom tubing & frame set up for sbc is now a 2 wheel drive street rod,, pro built streched & boxed frame new m38 wimdsheil chopped 2″ gauges & petals go with, new jeep tail gate. New custom bed is now 102″ wheelbase would make cool rock crawer or lifted 4X4 have title in hand $4600 Body only; $10,000 complete.”
“1949 Willys Jeepster; For Restoration; Great Street Rod or Project Car; Red with Plaid Interior; Automatic Transmission; 302 Ford Motor; AS IS $3,895 Call Joe at show contact info or email: Item location: Beverly, Ohio, 45715
UPDATE: Still Available. Only one title, but looks like plenty of parts.
(09/15/2014) No pics. Sounds like a lot of projects.
“I have 3 cj5’s for sale for one price.
1957,1962,1963 Only one title, these are for restore, parts, or part out. none currently run or drive.
serious inquires only. If your serious you will come and see. may help with delivery. The price is $1800. But willing to trade for stuff what do you have.”
UPDATE: Still Available
“1953 cj3b willys Jeep 55,767 miles, in my family since new never been out of Buncombe County N.C. This Jeep has been in my family since it was bought new in 1953 and has never been out of Buncombe county. Used mostly around the farm, but has been babied its whole life. My parents had 5 Willys Jeeps around the farm and this was the one my mother had for “bad weather” but never really got used for much more than that. Has been kept inside its entire life and runs well. Transmission and transfer case shifts smoothly and the 4wd works as it should. I recently had it repainted and have put on all new brake shoes, wheel cylinders, brakes lines, and master cylinder. It has a new top, but it isn’t made for this exact model. It will keep you dry or out of the sun, but its just a little too wide for this model Jeep. “
Brakes have been removed.
Chevy 283 engine
3 speed trans
Brakes removed, parts are there”
It runs. No title.
“1946 CJ2A Jeep that I started restoring. Jeep runs good but needs new clutch. Has all new brake hubs and studs, new back brakes, new master cylinder, new exhaust, two back new wheel cylinders and master cylinder. No title. Started restoring but don’t have time to mess with it.”
Looks to be a jeep salad.
“I have for sale a authentic WWII jeep believed to be built in 1944. The title shows 1947, but I believe this was when it was sold as surplus. The engine and transmission are out of a 1953 willys cj3b, though not original, runs and shifts fine. It currently has a hard top, but I do have another windshield for when the top is removed or replaced with a soft top. I currently have the doors off due to It’s missing the drivers side hinges.
PLEASE NOTICE the other windshield has broke, but is still in itse frame. The door’s have a broke window each. But at least its all flat glass and relatively inexpensive compared to other glass. The tires came off another jeep that was sitting so they will need replacing. Brakes need to be blead.”
No pics provided.
“43 Willys Jeep, The title has it as a 42 Ford cause I got screwed on the title. Has a new rebuilt PTO on the back of the transfer case and a 6K lb Ramsey winch with more than 100ft of 3/8″ cable. The driveline is not in at this time due to the steering arm is in the way. Can show you how to reroute to make it work. I have new master cylinder for brakes, 4 new slave cylinders and drums for all four corners. Also have new geared starter that has not been installed. It is 12v system, and has electronic ignition, (still have the old system to go with it). It is licensed and insured and I drive it. Do not low ball me on offers as to I have more than $5K invested in this, and that does not include labor.”
The last two pics show how it looked prior to disassembly.
“1951 jeep willys, one owner, barn find, I have started taking it apart to restore it but have found another project. this vehicle was never titled or tagged, it was running when I put it in the garage”
Seller will sell drive train ($550) separate from jeep ($1100).
“For sale 1959 Willy’s Jeep. . . project, not running. Currently setup for Sm Blk Chevy.
On non-op status with DMV. F-Head four cylinder motor, transfer case, and 3 speed transmission. All original. Pulled from my 53 Willys “high hood” Jeep. Motor is sitting in this jeep but not hooked up. Prior to being pulled the motor ran great andTransmission needs some work, ocassionaly pops out of 2nd gear on a down hill grade. $1,100 Jeep and Axles. Motor/Transmission/Transfer Case $500. Will sell separate.”
No pics provided.
“1947 willys cj2a for sale or trade has 75 cj5 axles under it new cooper st tires a pontiac v6 it does not run and needs a transmission has a clear title 1500 obo trades welcome would like a mustang but open to any offers”
No pics provided.
“1948 WILLYS JEEP FOR SALE
No pics provided.
“I have a ’47 model CJ 2A with a 232 Buick engine that was running when parked along with another ’47 model rolling chassis with everything but the motor and body. The transmission was just rebuilt. I also have a soft top for a CJ 2A. Too many parts to list. Need to clean out my shop. Will consider trades.”
UPDATE: Price bumped to $5495. This probably was sold and is now up for sale again.
“Must See! 1946 Jeep Willy “Military Jeep” Not Salvage Title.”