“1947 CJ2A Willys Jeep in excellent condition, not mint, a driver. Low miles on rebuilt 350ci V8 engine with a performance cam. 3 speed manual, 4wd, tilt wheel, center console, ipod connection, heat, soft top in good shape with doors. Windshield folds down for cruising around if you like the wind in your face. Mileage is slightly higher than in the pic because we use it. Will listen to REASONABLE offers. It is for sale locally & I will pull the ad when it is sold. If you low ball me, don’t expect a reply. Too many toys, must go.”
Runs and drives.
“Original drivetrain & motor, runs great, and has four-wheel drive. Converted from 6volt to 12v. Asking $2800 or best offer. Is a great restoration project or you could just take it out to the woods to have fun. Sold as is. Cash only. Buyer is responsible for picking up. Also has a clear title.”
Runs and drives, but needs brakes.
“48 Willys CJ2A
Flat head 4
3 speed, hi / low, 2 or 4 wheel drive
Engine was rebuilt 20+ years ago. Mostly just sat after that.
Jeep was just started 1 week ago and vehicle drove. Without brakes…fun
Currently the brakes do not work.
DOES have a TITLE and could be street registered
$3000-or Best reasonable offer.”
Looks solid and a good price.
“1946 Willys CJ-2A with WWII GPW/MB grille and painted as WWII Army Jeep. Great patina, almost Rat Rod-like! Great for parades, reenactments, and just running around town. Tons of extra parts including stock CJ grille and headlights. Runs, drives, steers stops great! Flathead 4 cylinder. 3 speed manual trans. 4WD works great with lockout hubs. No rear seat. Includes spare and gas can too. Military NDT style tires. Over $4000 invested. Carburetor just rebuilt. New gas tank. Tie rods just rebuilt. Trans and transfer case recently rebuilt. Clear Iowa title. Fully licensed and street legal. Serious inquiries only. Must sell. No low-ball offers please.”
It’s got a F-head.
“This jeep has been driven less than 40 miles since I restored it. It has a 53 model F Head, 4 cylinder engine. New parts include: gauges, wiring, brakes, clutch, tires, seats, and gas tank. Body and wheels have been powder coated. I bought it from an individual in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho who had intended to restore it, but had not begun the process.
Price is $7,000. (obo) or will consider partial trade.
If you have questions, please send them to me in an e-mail or you may call me.”
Needs brake maintenance.
“I’m selling my 1947 Willy’s Jeep that is dressed up like an Army Jeep. This thing looks cool! I bought it from a guy last fall with the intention of using it for advertising, but I have to many cars again. The previous owner said that he pulled everything apart and rebuilt the engine, tranny, t-case, axles, and the body, then put her all back together and painted her army green. I added the stars and US markings just to dress it up a little. It needs the brakes serviced and bled, some seat covers, and a windshield. Personally, I would sell the M38 windshield frame and buy an old split windshield frame instead, but you can decide what you would like to do. As always, I am interested in trades. I love guns and military stuff, but am open to anything. I like old sports cars and muscle cars too.”
Includes a trailer.
“90 % original Willys CJ2A jeep with military style trailer. Everything works as it should except brakes need some attention. Runs like a top and you will be very pleased at how clean this 67 year old jeep is. It has been stored in the garage for the last 20 or so years and has been well cared for. Come see it for yourself. Call text or email for more info or to come see it.”
“1946 Willy’s 4×4 jeep 260 Ford v8 fresh engine new clutch runs great.”
“Here’s a 1949 willys cj2a that my buddy and I was going to fix up but lost interest. We had it running about 3 years ago I don’t see any reason why it wouldn’t still run, other than it needs a fuel pump. We had sold another jeep about 2 years ago that needed a fuel pump so we just borrowed this one. Over all its not really in that bad of shape considering what I have seen setting around. The undercarriage is real good, and the body isn’t really all that bad. The picture of the left side of the jeep isn’t really that good, but that is paint peeling not rusted out. We do have all 4 original wheels for it but there is only one pictured. The windshield is just the frame , never had a windshield for it. What can I say, look at the pics and if you have any questions or are interested feel free to give me a call. I have sold several of these jeeps in a lot worse condition than this one for the same money. Just would like to get it out of the road. So don’t be afraid to make an offer I just might take it. If its listed its still for sale, I will delete if it sells. Thanks for looking. I DO HAVE TITLE FOR THE JEEP.”
No motor or trans.
“$600 or trade for dirt bike, 4 wheeler,enduro, 30/30 lever action or???
1946 Willys CJ2. No title.
No motor,no trans & some other mechanical stuff gone. The body & pan is in fair shape. “
It’s a project. Looks like it has a replacement body.
“1946 Willys CJ-2A. Clean title. Needs electrical work. (12 volt conversion) Strong engine. Runs. Does not charge. Project Jeep.”
UPDATE: Price dropped to $5500.
(06/27/2014) Includes a matching hardtop.
“I have a 1942 Willys CJ2A barn find for sale
Original F4 engine, all original except for the roll bar, wheels and tires. Staight body no rust. Comes the hard to find metal hard top that was made by USA Iron Works, and metal doors, has all of the hardware and original glass for hard top and doors. New brakes and master cylinder. All electrical works, street legal, good tags and clean title, 47mph, climbs like crazy! Starts right up and runs really nice. This is a great little jeep, its a classic and would not take much to restore or just leave it like it is….. call or text and I will get back to you as soon as I can..”
UPDATE: Price dropped to $6250.
(03/31/2014) Looks like a solid build.
“Custom built. Excellent condition. Everything works. Great cabin heater. Drives great. 1946 frame and undercarriage, and stick transmission. Original gearing. Tilt steering wheel. Great crawler in lo range. Fiberglass body. Buick V6. Great mileage. 12 Volt. Dual exhaust. Sounds great. Locking hubs. Locking chest under rear seat. Excellent heater. Gage’s. Never abused or used as off road rock climber. Has removable tow lighting equipment and fog lights. Excellent rubber. Includes hi lift jack. Registered as Collector vehicle. Low miles. Strong running engine. No leaks. Trades like Newer Jeep, 4×4 ATV, ???”
Zach’s got his CJ-2A for sale.
“1946 willys cj2a, restored, runs, stops, turns, drives,….. everything. In excellant condition for the age. a true classic. Matching numbers”
Needs a slave cylinder.
“48 willys cj2a. Great condition. All steel rust free. Frame is mint. Por 15. Buick 3.1 with a 3 speed. 34/9.5/15 super swampers. Very quick. Tops out around 50 mph. Headers to dual. Sounds great. Motor was rebuilt last year. Needs a slave cylinder. Very simple job. Right on the side, not behind the tranny. Definitely a head turner. Injury forces sale. Make me an offer. Available whenever for a showing. More pics available. Call, text or email for more info.”
“My uncle owned this Jeep for about 10 years and used it once a year to go from Payette to his cabin out of Council hunting. He then bought a Bronco and parked the Jeep. I bought it from him about 1978 and used it for hunting for about 6 years. Then I bought a pick up. When I got the Jeep I put new tie-rod ends in it and ball joints. It had some broken teeth on the ring gear so I pulled the motor and pressed on a new ring gear. While I had the motor out I went ahead and put in a new clutch, pressure plate, and throw out bearing. I had got this done and was starting to hook up the clutch and adjust it when I had to go to work out of the area for a few years. I parked the Jeep with the idea that I would get back to it but never have. For a number of years I would pull the plugs and put oil in the cylinder and turn it over at least once a year but have not done that for a several years. I have lost the only key I had so I put some oil in the cylinders and jumped the starter and it turn over good a couple weeks ago but have not started it. It all original except it is now 12 volts instead of 6 and someone has replace the tail gate with a solid piece of metal. If you want more information or want to see it call show contact info You will have call because I do not text or email.”
This may be worth a look.
“Have a 1948 Willys CJ-2A Jeep restoration project and no longer have time to work on. Have many parts. Call for details!”
This might be a good price.
“Up for sale is my 46 Willys jeep cj with a small block chevy 327ci. The conversion was very well done with manufactured conversion plates (not homemade), motor mounts, correct size radiator. This jeep runs and drive great. I have driven it down the Interstate at 70mph no problem (warn over drive makes a huge difference). Over all I would consider it to be in average shape cosmetically and great shape mechanically. At one point in time someone had spend a large chunk of money on it and rebuilt the entire jeep to be a custom. The drivetrain including axles, transfer case and transmission are out of a 1971 jeep, which means it has the very rare DANA 44 with one piece axles. I pulled a valve cover and the engine is very clean which leads me to believe the engine was rebuilt when conversion was done. As far as everything different it has from stock…
- SBC 327 Chevy
- Aluminum intake
- 750cfm carb
- MSD coil
- MSD distributor
- Oversize radiator
- WARN overdrive
- 3 speed tranny
- Dana 44
- New roll bar
- 31′s on chrome rims
- Steering stabilizer
For being a 1946, there is minimal rust. There are no rust holes on the exterior of the body, just a few surface rust spots. The only major rust hole in the jeep is in the floor of the tool box. The paint is not perfect by any means but is not horrible. There are a couple heavy bondo spots. The last issue with the body is the floor boards have kind of been piece together, it is real cheap to buy new floor boards though weld them in. I have brand new Goodyear wrangler tires going on it this next weekend. Also I have a nice one piece steering arm that I will include with it. Jeep only has a bikini top but that’s all you need on a classic. The jeep has been stored inside.”
This militarized CJ-2A looks solid.
“I had long wanted a Jeep MB like the one I used during the Korean war. I have restored several vehicles through the years and in 1994 I began searching for a Jeep to restore. Turns out these Jeeps are quite rare, and even those few I found were never exactly equipped like that Jeep.
At that point I decided the only way to duplicate that Jeep was to build one. I started with two parts Jeeps (a non-titled 1945 and a titled 1946) and went about testing the condition of components, disassembling the parts, cleaning and painting and listing those items I still needed. All original Willy’s engine and running gear are retained. The bodies of my donor Jeeps were fairly rough and the decision was made to fit it with an exact duplicate, all steel reproduction Jeep MB body. It is absolutely rust free. This Jeep is Michigan titled as a 1946 Jeep.
Listed as a 1945, I don’t see anything that would suggest it is that early.
“1945 Willys CJ2A runs great. Small block Chevy. New brakes.”
It runs. Trailer NOT included.
“Runs, and I have driven it in low and high range. No brakes. Set-up to run off 12V but the 6V Generator is still there. None of the instruments work. The body is patch-repaired extensively on the driver/passenger cockpit, plus work done to rear side panels but the rear and tail gate are mostly original. Titled. Shown in the photos, but not included in the sale, are the spare tire tower, black-out light on the fender. The trailer is not included in the sale. Price is $2500, best offer, or interesting trades considered. “
Motor needs overhaul.
“Great Project vehicle to restore, 1948 Jeep Willys, working up till a couple of years ago. Needs motor overhaul. Has new clutch, one new front drive shaft. Have new master cylinder part.