Seems to be in good shape.
“1948 cj 2a Willys Jeep for sale $8000. I believe that it is 90% original. Still has 6 volt system and “Go Devil” L head engine. I have owned it for about 5 years and only drive it a few times a year. It seems to run great. When I purchased it I had a local mechanic service it and check it out for me.
Email me to arrange to check it out in Ouray. I am selling CJ-2A because I no longer live in Ouray.”
Glenn spotted this unusual build.
“Selling this Fully done 1970 Jeep Diesel Right hand drive with Mercedes ENGINE LOW OOW MILES REGISTERED AND INSURED PLEASE CALL ASAP”
Jesse needs to sell his refurbished CJ-7. email Jessexhimself@yahoo.com or
“It is a 1985 cj7 4.2l manual jeep that has been restored and lifted.
has a cool locking stereo in the center console. with 3 speakers that are easily removable
i have a couple things that i would also sell with the jeep a real basket.
the jeep is equipped with a hitch
it has a front stabilizer on the sway for on/off road
38” wrangler tires (fair) ”
Has M-151 rims and some small rust spots need to be addressed.
“1960 Willys CJ3B Jeep 4X4 for sale. Purchased in 1998. Hurricane 134-F Head, 4cylinder engine, T-90 transmission, T-18 twin stick transfer case, 66,402 miles. New brakes installed all the way around. New master cylinder installed. New Radiator installed. Aftermarket turn signal indicator was previously installed before purchase. Aftermarket heater and defrost unit was previously installed before purchase. Key ignition verses floor push button starter was previously installed before purchase. Seats have been recovered prior to purchase. Any and all surface rust or signs of the starting of rust has been sprayed with green zinc paint. A vast array of extra parts is included with this willys jeep, including a disassembled Hurricane 134-L Head engine, gauges, lights assemblies and other various parts. This Jeep’s engine cylinders were filled with oil and garage stored and has not been run since 1999. Jeep is SOLD AS IS and asking $12,500.00. ”
The left fender is damaged. No pics of the driver’s side.
“1959 Willys CJ3b jeep in excellent condition. this jeep has been in the family for 8 years and been rebuilt to great running condition. I’ve dropped the price down one last time. ready to get her sold and move onto the next project.
I don’t often list these, but Seth spotted this one and it appears to be in great shape.
“Hi everyone, I am selling my 1953 Willys Aero Ace. The engine & transmission are original & it is a three speed column. If you are interested please send me a message via Craigslist with a phone # I can reach you at & I will get back to you as soon as possible. I am asking for $6000 or best offer.”
Does have some rust.
“good condition. some rust in bed and rocker panels.do have some replacement panels. 350 engine with 350 auto Saturn overdrive. came from fire station truck. been garage kept. will only answer phone calls. no emails or text.”
UPDATE: Still Available.
It’s a DJ that has had 4WD added.
“1958 4 x4 with winch. Bought out of a warehouse. Been sitting for awhile. I haven’t tried to get it running yet. Needs master cylinder. I’m looking for a good skid steer for trade or best offer.”
It says “Make An Offer” in the title, but $2500 in the text. Some pics show the seats in it and some don’t.
“**MAKE ME AN OFFER** 1951 Willys pre-smog flat fender CJ 3a. Engine is a Buick 231/3.8L carbureted. 3 spd manual twin stick. Hurst shifter. Lift kit, 31″/10.5 tires. Roll cage and crappy seats included. Manual locking hubs in the front. Starts right up and drives fine but having a fuel feeding issue, probably just needs carb rebuilt and tune up. TLC will make this trail ready. Clean title in hand. Last non-op in 2014 so plan to tow it away. 2500 OBO or trade for running driving tow vehicle. Text call or email.”
Seth spotted this odd former postal-jeep-turned-jeep-rod. Whatever jeep it was you can see the spring hangers are wider than normal, meaning the springs were outboarded. That lends credence to the postal jeep theory, though it means the postal jeep upon which it was based was later than 1950s.
“This Jeep-based creation started out life as a Postal Jeep in the 1950s. At some point, a New Mexico-based artisan took that base and created this custom. It is now fitted with a 230 cubic inch Chevy straight six, agricultural-grade 3-speed manual transmission, and minimal suspension. This extremely low, stiff, home-built creation has a cool aesthetic that falls somewhere between single seat dirt tracker and 1940s tractor. It runs and drives and is sold on a bill of sale.”
I’m not sure i this runs or not.
“Posting this for my dad ,it’s a 1953 will sedan delivery , mounted on s 10 frame properly,with a v8 it has tilt stering also has new tires 4000”
There may be some jeep worth saving here.
“Looking to trade 1954 Willys high hood for 4×4 utility quad or possible firearm. Let me know what you have. I don’t know too much about the Jeep. I was told it ran when it was parked but hasn’t been started in years. It has a dented fender but I have a replacement fender. Clean title in hand. Email or call with any questions.”
It sure has a mishap of some kind!
“old willys mb jeep 1945 ser number 412487 date 2 1/45 it was used on a ranch for years then must of had a mishap been sitting out a long time may be since 1972 thats been when it was last plated for parts NO TITLE sold with 4 15 wheels and tires not the ones that are on it”
Unclear how much value is here.
“Selling my 1942 Jeep Willy. It runs and drives.
Clean and clear title, Up to date registration.
The motor is a Chevy 327 with 4 speed transmission. 4WD works.
20 gallon aluminum fuel cell in the bed with 90ohm sending unit
Brand new military HMMWV seats, I have brackets but they need to be finished, also have the stock frames that need cushions.
New complete wiring harness. Mostly hooked up.
Includes a PTO.
“Selling this for someone else. This is the information I have in the ad below. If there is some other piece of information that is needed I can try to find out. Thanks!
1960 Willys Jeep CJ5
Original flathead 4cyl engine
3 speed T90 transmission
2 speed transfer case with front PTO takeoff for original PTO winch, winch not included.
12 volt electrical system
Body rough, numerous dents and some spots of penetrating rust
Will not start right now but it was running when parked (3 years ago) so it shouldn’t take too much work to run again. It probably has bad gas or spark plugs causing current starting issues. Engine always ran well once warmed up. Lights work, but electrical system is bad and will not charge battery. Windshield is broken but it is flat glass so it shouldn’t be too expensive or complicated to replace. No soft top included. Tires show some cracking but continue to hold air even after being parked for several years.
Additional items included:
Extra windshield frame, no glass
Original oil bath air filter, engine currently has aftermarket paper air filter
Replacement metal pan for the rear floorboard/small bed area in the rear of the jeep”
That might be a VEC body. I doubt there is much value here.
“Willys Jeep…. project!!! $1000.00 obo. Willing to trade”
UPDATE: Still Available.
(04/15/2016) Needs work. Sports multiple rim and tire types.
“’46 willys ,cj-2a rebuilt L-134 engine ,mostly complete unit, needs brake work to be road worthy, good project jeep, have parts available ,asking $2600”
UPDATE: Still Available.
(06/02/2016) Looks like an interesting rig.
“We purchased this vintage ’49 Willys truck about 7 years ago to add to our array of classic trucks intended for full restoration. We have only driven it around on our homestead periodically during that interim, putting less than 50 miles on it.
We bought it at a high price even without body or paint work done because the previous owners had done an incredible amount of mechanical type work in that restoration process stretching from 1997 to 2005. The truck mostly sat until we bought it in 2007-8 period into the tune of about $10,000 total invested into the truck.
In the paperwork received with it there was a thick stack of receipts of work done. Like a dummy, I threw away some of them before realizing what the receipts were. I have gone through the many line items of the receipts to come up with the below list. The line items of work during the restoration process was about $8,400, but the total paid on account receipts were over $15,000, so we evidently do not have all the line item work receipts. It does appear this may have included the cost of the truck as well, but it is hard to tell. The old guy that had the work done had hardly driven the truck with low miles since the work was done according to his relative from whom we purchased the truck.
UPDATE: Still Available.
(06/15/2016) Has a variety of updates.
“willys 1946 CJ 2A with many upgrades, new body tub about 10 years ago, 2004 chevy 4.3 vortec V-6 engine with a 450 holly , power steering, large brakes, chevy steering, 12 volt alternator, painless wiring , Saginaw 4 speed, still has the Dana 18 transfer case & original gearing, 6000 lb warn winch , bikini top & full best top. registration is up to date . too much to list. priced to sell, cash only, no trades”
UPDATE: Price dropped to $7000.
(06/15/2016) Has a big engine.
“1951 willys. 460c.i. 3speed auto. 2wd. Solid truck. Asking 8,000 obo.”
Christian and his group of jeep enthusiasts gathered together once again. He reports they had fun, despite some heavy rain. Joining them was a couple from the UK, James and Annie, who are traveling around Europe in their Willys MB. I’m hoping to find out if James and Annie are reporting on their adventure online.
UPDATE: Price dropped to $7000
(06/17/2016) Possibly a former service jeep?
“1946 Willy’s Jeep – CJ2 – 12 volt electrical system, with rear seat, canvas like new, runs great has new plugs and condenser, Mileage 55,182 – $8,000.00”
As Andy points out, it appears to have a CJ-3A chassis.
“For sale is a 1945 Willys MB Jeep. It has the period correct Go-Devil engine stamped MB-396861, placard serial 258532. Odo reads 7897 miles. Body is in good shape, it is painted metallic blue mostly, with some painted primer white due to a small body repair. The jeep will start, run, and drive, but has starting issues once it is warmed up. Currently registered as a non-op, has historical plates and I’ve got the title in hand.
This would be a great ranch cruiser with a little work, or the beginning of a full military restoration. Please email with interest. Thanks, Josh”
Art spotted this almost stock M-38 with a Stewart Warner heater.
1950 Willys M38 Model MC Arctic Jeep 4 X 4. Serial # MC 30993. Mileage reads 68,059. Powered by the original 4 cylinder Go Devil engine. 3 speed manual transmission with 2 speed transfer case and locking hubs. This is an actual Military issue Arctic model Jeep with the rear body reinforcement panels. The top and doors are removable and the heater can be run without starting the Jeep (heater has not been tested but is reported to be working). This Jeep starts easily and runs good, the transmission works as it should.
The Willy’s M38 Jeeps were only built from 1949 to 1952 and this is a nice example of a Korea War vintage Jeep with an unusual Arctic service upgrade. To watch the video.”
Has diesel engine and aluminum body.
“1953 Jeep with an aluminum body. Dash and grill are original. Clutch and transition are new. This jeep will climb a wall with its 4 cylinder turbo diesel. Needs some TLC but its a blast to drive. includes a winch and snowplow.
I am sorry I had many calls and I dropped my phone in the lake Tuesday. If you are still interested please call.”