Mark posted this no-researve auction ad at warjeeps.com. The auction takes place September 20th in Cedar Bluff, Virginia. I didn’t see pics of the 1941 parts jeep.
“Restored 1944 Willys Jeep, 90% original, parade-quality vehicle 1946 Willys Jeep, 90% original and in working order 1941 Willys Jeep for parts. These Jeeps are being sold at ABSOLUTE auction, which means there is no reserve price. If you can’t make it to the auction, please contact the auction company regarding absentee bidding. Auction location is 25694 Highway 19, Cedar Bluff, VA 24609″
Looks good for the price.
“1972 reare Jeep CJ6 only made from 1950-75
T14 3 speed
3:73 gears can drive 70 on freeway
NO power steering
NO power brakes
Mechanical clutch a real jeep
Odom reads 60+ooo miles! and tilte says actual can not confirm
Many new parts battery,carb,exhaust,starter,gas tank , more
Runs and drives great
2.5 Pro Comp lift springs and shocks, 33″ BFG all terrain nice wheels
Also have set of 5 stock tires and wheels
Wrangler roll bar made to fit
Frame is ridiculously clean
Was a amature resto nice 20 footer have some extra parts
Soft top / soft doors new
Also have half steel top and doors see pics
If you have questions call no emails please and not a text guy
Not interested in trading selling for personal reasons
Asking $6000 or best offer”
“This is a rare Willys M38A1 Marine Corp Radio Jeep. A limited quantity of these vehicles produced with this radio setup. The radio is still in the dash.
The body of the Jeep is in very good condition. There is some minor rust spots on the hat channels. The Jeep is in good running condition. It is still 24 volt and all original under the hood, has a new canvas top and canvas seats and is road worthy ready.
This vehicle did not receive a show restoration, but it is a great driver. This is a turn key and drive away Jeep. If you are looking for a get in and go Jeep then this is the one for you.
Please give us a call or drop us an email if you are interested.”
UPDATE II: As the seller reports, and as the info below confirms, this sold for $100,000 in January. Now it’s part of a no-reserve auction starting at $36,000. Thanks to Doug and Craig for letting us know.
View all the information on eBay
UPDATE I: Jesse reports this FC went for big bucks . . . 100,000 of them! Yep, this sold for $100,000 at the Barrett Jackson auction.
Jesse also noted that, “It was originally built in the 70s by my friend Gary Jack. He worked for the US Postal Service his whole career. When he retired, the tired FJ3 was also retired, so it went to scrap. At the time the FJ3 Postal FleetVans did not have the approval of the federal DOT and especially they did not have the approval of California DMV, because of the right hand drive and the seated / standing up driver operation. He was able to sneak out the scrapped pieces of the FJ3 that he had driven during his career, and a few others, enough to recreate and build a dream that he had during his career, to build a chopped top race truck. He did that. Gary and the FJ were a regulars at Riverside Raceway for a lot of years. In the 80s to the 90s this same FJ3 became a top NSRA street rod.”
“This 1963 Jeep FJ-6A custom mail truck is “Delivering Hope” for charity. No expense was spared to take this iconic US Postal Office Fleet van and give it the modern upgrades and conveniences. Featuring a 350 Chevy engine. Cox Charities is committed to building, strengthening and investing in metropolitan and rural Arizona communities by raising and granting funds and mobilizing employee giving and selfless service since its inception, Cox Charities has awarded $5 million in grants to non-profit organizations that impact our community primarily through youth education programs, thus solidifying the Cox Communication – Arizona commitment to the communities it serves. **ALL PROCEEDS TO BENEFIT COX CHARITIES** **WILL BE SOLD AT APPROXIMATELY 6:00PM ON THURSDAY, JANUARY 16, 2014**”
Brian forwarded this ad for a running and driving FC that needs some finish work.
“1957 jeep fc 150. Pretty good condition I think for its age and very hard to find. Whole jeep is painted with spray paint for quick and easy touch ups if needed.New tires less than 500 miles on them. Runs good and and drives nice. Has 4 cyl hurricane motor with a 3 speed manual tranny. Missing the windshield as u can see in pics.Needs a little more work to be finished but is drivable the way it is. $7400 or wanting to trade for street/strip car interested in pre smog nova el Camino or chevelle or if u have something really cool it doesn’t hurt to ask. Call or text only emails not working right”
Runs and drives, but needs brakes. If you email, put “Red CJ6″ in the subject line.
“1967 Jeep CJ6
Engine is a 225 Buick V6 original with a 3 speed transmission
The Jeep runs and drives but needs the brakes rebuilt. Jeep will need to be trailered. Jeep has been sitting several years but no rust that I can see in the body. Odometer reads 11877 miles not sure if that is accurate.
Jeep has a Jacobs snow plow blade with Hydraulic cylinder up and down control that works.
Asking price is $3500 or make reasonable offer.
If you send email or text you must put in Subject line Red CJ6 or it will be considered junk mail.
For all you out there I don’t need help selling it. I don’t take money orders don’t waste your time…..”
UPDATE: Price dropped to $2900.
(08/04/2014) This jeep has a few odd features.
“1947 Jeep Willys. No Rust…GREAT condition. Lots of extras..
Daily driver. Cash only.. Drive away in your dream Jeep Willys..
this is a one of a kind.. this is a must see..”
UPDATE: Still Available
(08/05/2014) This may be a 1946 VEC. In fact, those look like square bow holder bolts on the windshield.
“ran good 2yrs ago when parked. complete and stock. fairly new tires. PLEASE NO TEXTS ! it has winch, soft top and doors.”
Given the hood bump, I suspect this has an updated motor of some type.
“1946 Willys CJ2 & trailer. New Wheels, Tires, Steering Column, Shocks, Starter, Battery, Radiator, Water Pump,Lights, and Brakes”
I’m confused about the prices. In the title the price reads “$4000″, but in the text the prices are different.
1947 CJ2A – New Trans and Transfer case, and front axle gears. Runs great: $3900
1956 CJ5 – With hunting tower and PTO Winch. Runs great! $4500″
Runs, but needs work.
“350 GM motor, 350 Auto Trans, needs brake work. Has new stock leaf suspension, Its a project, but runs. $3000 OBO..”
UPDATE: Price dropped to $9500.
(007/27/2014) Nice looking CJ-3B.
“Rare 1963 Willys Cj3b Jeep. 4 cyl. 3 spd w/ 4wd, in great condition and runs very well. Compression good on all cylinders and the valves have just been checked and adjusted. New paint, tires and summer top. also includes winter top. Drive it home and have a great summer. Needs nothing besides a emergency brake cable.”
UPDATE: Price dropped to $9300.
(10/09/2012) Here’s a nice build.
“Custom built and Show ready!! 1952 Willy’s CJ3A flat fender Jeep fully customized frame off restoration including new body tub, fenders & hood. Custom paint, Real Teal with Pearl, highlighted with sutle pinstriping and graphics.
Muscle Motors specialty built engine, internally balanced 408 cubic inch small block Dodge power house! 410 Horsepower, 460 ft lbs of torque, aluminum heads, air gap intake manifold, scatter shield bell housing, 750 CFM 4 corner idle Holley carb. T83 Muscle car 4 speed, Model 20 TC, Model 44 rea 4.88 gear’s with full floater axels & Posi unit. Model 30 front end 4.88 gears & Trac lock.
Alcoa aluminum wheels on 35X15 Pro comp tires. Pro Car bucket seats, removable custom carpet and bikini top. Also available for purchase full set of Sand tires on Aluminim wheels (SandTires unlimted paddles)
This jeep has won many trophys’ and awards at car show’s through out the Northwest. Unstopable in the sand dunes… must be driven with caution on the street ”
Unclear if either runs.
“Looking to sell my willys projects. Both are all original and complete. “
Listed as a CJ-2B, this is clearly a CJ-3A.
“1951 willys jeep cj-2b for sale. Runs good. Tag up to date. Asking 3000 but price is flexible.”
Appears to run and drive.
“For Sale: 1948 Willys Jeep. Flat top 4 cylinder – 3 speed. Less than 53,000 miles, tires are fair, new battery, top is about 2 yrs old, runs good. If you’re looking for a restoration project or a hunting vehicle this is a prime candidate! Asking $5,000. This is not a restored jeep but is not junk either! Message me if interested.”
Listed as a 1953 M-38A1, the body and grille are from a CJ-5. So, I’m not sure what model(s) this really is.
“This old military version of the CJ, an MB, has been an incredibly dependable off road warrior for the family for over 30 years. Our 24 yr old daughter learned to drive in it. As the photos show, it has seen better times cosmetically, but the ol’ girl is as capable and reliable as ever. Posi in the front with limited slip in the rear, dual lever transfer case, power saginaw steering, CB, Chey 327 engine, runs strong, always cool with huge old Cadillac radiator, Warn hubs, new brakes all the way around, lots of rubber. Solid Half doors, Heavy tow bar. An old style performer. Restore or drive as is.”
No pics provided.
“original 1942 mb willys jeep needs clutch”
Needs a few things.
“Original Warn Overdrive for Jeep/Scout T-18 transfer case. 29 tooth, 10 spline w/ linkage. What you see is what you get: Complete over drive unit. Fully functional. Needs gasket set and ‘special’ lock washer.”
No pics provided.
“1948 jeep willys with soft top”
No pics provided.
“I have a 1951 Willy’s needs work has Dana 44 in the rear with a air locker in has a spring over and relocated shocks i have a rebuilt l head motor to go in it it does not run at this time it need put back together has original trans and tcase in it dana 30 front axle body is fair on it cab mount are solid and more”
UPDATE: Still Available. PIcs now provided.
“early willy mb military slat grill rolling frame…serial # 100838 (november ’41)…has m38 motor (stuck) #mc81049, tranny + t.c…$1000.”
UPDATE: Still Available.
“1947 Willys Wagon.Four cylinder,three speed with over drive.12 volt, electronic ignition, new radials, new radiator,new fuel pump, some extra parts. Maybe the nicest one you ever saw.Fun to drive.”