Runs and drives.
“Selling my freinds 48 Willy’s.
Original flat head 4cyl. 6 volt system.
New battery, belt, gas cap ect.
He has had it for over 30 yrs. Runs and drives. Pops out of 2nd gear sometimes, but always starts and goes. Not very pretty. I know very little about these but Im amazed at how good it works.
He gave me a custom trailer that it fits on. I had planned on keeping it, but may consider selling.
May consider trades. Vehicles, fishing boat, trailer, dirt bike, quad, buggy. What do you have?”
Needs a closer look. It’s got an MB/GPW windshield and is missing a hood block.
“1946 Willys cj2a, 231 v6, some rust, but hey, this thing is 70 years old.
Put the whole new brake system in a few years ago, engine runs strong, no major mechanical.
No top but there is a frame for a soft top. Asking 4000 dollars.
On a scale of 1 to 10 I would put it at a 6.5.
Text only please, no low ballers, I am NOT in any hurry to sell.”
Seller is auctioning lots of tools. The 3A is a project.
“TOOLS & EQUIPMENT
Saturday, August 22nd 10:00am
Preview from 8am on Auction Day ONLY!
(2) “Ford” tractors • “John Deere” M tractor • boat • CJ-3A “Jeep” (apart) • 3-shank subsoiler • “Miller” 300 AC/DC w/spool gun • “GMC” blower • welding leads & whips • “Clemco” sandblaster • large sandblast cabinet • stainless steel tables • 2HP 3phase irrigation pump • trencher • tool boxes • lots of hand tools • 19.5″ tires • “Brother” industrial sewing machine • milk cans • collectibles • and much much more!!”
UPDATE: Still Available.
(02/04/2015) It appears this has a replacement body.
“Good runner,many new parts brakes,wheel bearings,water pump,tune up stuff,re-built starter,12 volt converted. New top, no rust, body excellent. Camo- paint job. Flat head 4 cyl motor, 3 speed trans. Also has new carburetor and air filter as origional equipment.”
UPDATE: Price dropped to $3500
The steps and passenger side of this M-38 have been altered.
“1952 Willys Jeep M-38
Motor 1978 Buick V-6 original
3 speed transmission and running gear
Gear Ratio 5.88
Tow hitch and Winch Bumper
4 38×9.50 Super swampers on ultra type 61 rims
spare wheel (steel Rim)
full soft top with doors
components to make clutch hydraulic”
UPDATE: Still Available.
(06/24/2014) The flattie runs, but the CJ-5 does not.
“ have two Jeep Willy’s
No titles for either one.
One is missing part of the body but runs and drives (1951 M38).
Second Willy (1955 CJ-5) did run when parked about 10 years ago. Engine is free not frozen and has full body.
I was going to restore both but no longer have the time and wish to sell them.
I am told that the running Willy is a 1951 M38. The engine has been rebuilt runs good. Brakes all restored and is drivable.
Asking $3500 for both.
Serious buyers only please,”
UPDATE: Still Available.
“Jeep Willys 1945
Engine chevy 3.05
U have to see”
Tim Ghianni published a story about Emmett Automotive of Nashville that included a couple photos of the owner’s CJ-2A. He routinely has it parked where people can check it out.
Emmett and his 1946 CJ-2A – Tim Ghianni | The Ledger
This wagon looks like fun.
“1953 CUSTOM WILLY’S OVERLAND JEEP CONVERTIBLE <<>> 327 CHEVY ENGINE <<>> 4-SPEED <<>> NEW PAINT <<>> NEW INTERIOR <<>> JUMP SEATS IN REAR <<>> HIDDEN STEREO SYSTEM IN GLOVE BOX <<>> 17″ CHROME WHEELS AND SPARE ON TAILGATE <<>> DRIVE ANYWHERE WITH NO ISSUES <<>> STRAIGHT BODY <<>> NEW RESTO”
Appears to have a PTO and a replacement body.
“1947 Willy’s CJ2 older body off restoration, everything working order including PTO, all stock, ready to travel”
This is listed as a 1950 CJ-3B.
Flat thunder high hood, 350 V-8, soft top, soft doors, new BF Goodrich TA tires, rear locking hubs, towable, wench, everything works, great condition. ”
This is worth a look.
“Clean, rust free Jeepster, very original except for strong running Buick V6 w TH350 auto trans. Front suspension, all brakes, shocks, steering, all rebuilt this year, Bob’s speedometer rebuilt the orig gauges (expensive but correct) still in box, orig speedo is still in dash and looks, works very good. Very solid unrestored body including rust free floors & frame. Original patina paint (Chesapeake Gray – looks like black) polish and drive as is or repaint. NOS Ivory steering wheel w orig center cap installed, orig seats in good shape. Top replaced 1980s – have all side curtains in great shape. Great driver. Goes a bit. To a good home for Best Offer closest to $9000.”
Looks like a good price on a faux military jeep.
“1946 Willy’s Jeep rebuilt and restored. Runs great.”
The pics aren’t great, but the wagon looks good.
“This is a 1951 Willys has a built 302 motor. Runs and drives great. Has newer tires. No rust. Please text or call for more details. Only serious inquiries please. $11,000 or possible trades.”
UPDATE: price dropped to $8000
(06/24/2015) Some daylight pics would be a little more helpful
“IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR A ONCE IN A LIFETIME DEAL! YOU FOUND IT.
RUNS GREAT, DRIVES GREAT, LOOKS GREAT. ORIGINAL MILITARY ISSUED WILLY’S JEEP, HARD TO FIND IN THIS CONDITION. PLEASE CALL IF INTERESTED.”
UPDATE: Still Available.
Nicely modified jeep.
(10/24/2014) “Must see in person to truly appreciate ( I know everyone says that but I’m serious), color is not as overwhelming, and this jeep really is sweet.
Up for auction a 1947 Willys CJ2A flat fender, extremely nice!! Color fits this jeep perfectly… Restoration completed about 3 years ago with only 500 miles since restoration. 95% of this jeep is new, from the engine and transmission to the rear axle spindles and bearings and gears of the rear end with all receipts to prove it. Even minor components such as cowl weatherstripping and fuel tank neck grommets have been replaced… Outside of the dana 18 transfer case and front axle, and front drive shaft, pretty much everything else has been replaced with new upgraded components!!! Truck is powered by a 300hp 350 Chevy Crate engine. Edelbrock endurashine top half with dual 500cfm edelbrock thunder series carbs, RPM Air Gap Intake, MSD pro billet dizzy, Novak built sm420 tranny 4 spd with super low drive shaft breaking 1st gear, dana 18 twin stick transfer case, patriot tight tuck headers, 22×19 Aluminum racing radiator (with both mechanical and electrcial fans), Currie Axles, Currie Built Ford 9″ rear end with 4.11 gears, Saginaw High Steer Steering box, NEW 33inch tires, 3 inch lift, custom interior, custom built heavy duty rear drive shaft, Rhino lined gloss black bed, powder coated bumpers, winshield frame, and roll bar, base coat/clear coat paint. Jeep can be driven on highway w/o any problems…
All steel body, no fiberglass”
UPDATE: Price bumped to $5000.
(02/12/2015) Looks solid.
“1950 Willys Jeep! 4×4 with a 4 cylinder hurricane motor, which was rebuilt by jasper. Has new glass all the way around which was $2,300 between glass and rubber seals! Runs great! Just needs interior work. Would be a great for a Jeep collector, Only serious inquiries please !”
There doesn’t appear to be support for that front loop under the step.
“Very nice Willys in good shape. Runs great. Good tires. Have two back seats for it. Nice paint. Large winch that operates off the PTO. Storage rack on top. New plugs, air filter, windshield. Title in hand. Not tagged. May be open to trades. We are looking for New Solar Batteries…. DO NOT SEND EMAIL..”
Sounds like it needs work.
“Bought this with plans for full restoration, but just don’t have time to finish it. Body metal and frame are in very good shape. Also have metal side panels and roof in fair condition and three original rims. Was running great when I stored it. Full restoration would be one way to go or just take her out to camp and use it on the trails. Lots of info on these on the net.”
UPDATE: Price dropped to $2700.
(07/29/2015) It needs work of some kind.
“Project Jeep, kind of losing interest in it a bit because I’d rather have more of a hot rod classic car or truck. Would prefer to trade, interested in any offers but mostly looking at Chevy/GM cars or trucks, rat rod, classic station wagons, lowered, lifted, you name it. No Hondas or tuners or anything like that. Would also be very interested in a K5 Blazer. Prefer to trade straight across.
The Jeep has solid bones to start as a restoration or wheeling project. Already lifted on Rancho springs. Has a fuel cell mounted in the back, Buick 225 oddfire engine runs, needs a head gasket and carb, was told it’s a Muncie transmission, 4 speed, transfer case with Hi and Low. Replaced starter, new plugs, plug wires, cap, rotor, brand new PerTronix electronic ignition. Offenhauser intake manifold. I’ll be steadily working on this thing still so it will just be getting better and better. Clean title as well.
Would sell for the right offer too, starting at $3500 obo. Text or email preferred, thanks”
UPDATE: Still Available.
(07/01/2015) Doesn’t run at the moment.
“Classic Willlys CJ3b. F124 engine, 3 Speed transmission, 4 wheel drive (high and low) All are there.
What paint is the original blue.
Missing to drive is a fuel tank, and seats. I’ve had it running. I plan to add those to get it drivable.
I’ll update ad as things change.”
UPDATE: Price dropped to $1650.
(07/12/2015) Appears to have potential.
“Willy Jeep 1952 M38. , have original brass data plates, good frame 4 good military rims, body is not beat up,, repairable, lots of new parts, , new repro windshield, left fender. hood, transmisson cover, grill, approx,, $1500, in new parts,correct rmc serial# engine block. engine is currently seized ,soaking it now, no title, no seat frames or radiator,”
“Vintage 1950 jeep
Any questions just call or text, contact info is listed”
No pics provided.
“Hello, up for sale is my 1954 CJ3B. I bought it with the intention of rebuilding it but I just don’t have the time or money right now. Also we are expecting a little one soon so the Willys has to go. I have recently done a valve adjustment, replaced plugs, wires, ignition coil, fuel line, fuel tank, gauges, condenser and points. Rebuilt the carb a few weeks ago. The jeep runs drives and stops. Compression is pretty good. Fresh oil change and fluid change in differentials Trans and transfer case. I also picked up a replacement hood and fenders that were in better shape than the originals. Still have original hood and fenders.
It still has the original F-134 hurricane motor, Dana T-90 3 speed trans, and Spicer 18 transfer case. Dana 44 rear and 27 up front with 5.38 gears.
When I got the jeep a few months ago it didn’t run and I got it together pretty quickly. This would be a great project for someone, but I just can’t afford it right now. I will post some photos soon. If you are interested please call or send me a text and I will send you some photos. Currently the jeep is licensed and insured. I have a clean title in hand.”
“Does not run. Used to but needs rewired. The motor was changed out to the buick v6. Axles were swapped out for bigger not exactly sure on the size. It has the dual stick transfer case.”