The links to posts below show jeeps grouped by models, condition, and other ways. Some of these jeeps are for sale and others have been sold. If you are unsure whether a vehicle is still for sale or not, email me at d [at] ewillys.com for more info.
Importantly, the allure of buying a project jeep can be romantic. The reality of restoring a jeep can be quite different, expensive and overwhelming without the right tools and resources. So, tread carefully when purchasing a "project". If you have any concerns about buying a vintage jeep, or run across a scam, feel free to contact me for help, comments or concerns .
“I have a 1946 willys jeep for sale it has a 1965 ford inline 6 with a standard soft trans no title I got this jeep thru an auction when I bought land in Adams county ohio! I have bill of sale from auction company it is supreme shape for the year needs a windshield I need it gone for I am in need of cash but won’t give it away so only real offers apply!”
“Very rare Jeep for sale. In good shape for being 44 years old. Not perfect. 6 cyl. 3 spd manual. Good tires, bikini top. Email me with questions thehydehomegmail.com. I don’t have to sell it just seeing if anyone is interested.”
“Hobart DC welder from the 50s powered by a 4 cylinder CJ2A jeep flat head engine and mounted on a 2 wheel trailer that fits Chrysler rims. Item has been stored in a garage for around 25 years after being taken out of service due to a leaky gas tank. The cables were scrapped due to the insulation all falling off of them years ago. The trailer tongue has a single hole in a flat strap cut with a gas torch.
The engine is stuck from sitting for years but should not have gotten any water in it.
I have a key for it that fits the switch and moves between positions.”
“47 Willys, project, parts,etc. No title, has a fully rebuilt Ford 200 straight 6 with about 3500-4000 miles on it. Has not been run in at least 6 years and is missing a few plug wires. What you see is what you get. Make offer, just want this out of the driveway!”
“This is a ready to restore “core” jeep, meaning it has 90% of the original parts, less searching. The motor is stuck, but it has black oil & anti-freeze in the radiator, probably a good core motor. Overall, this is a really good Willys to restore. . .Naturally it depends on how far you want to take it. Delivery arrangements can be made & only comes with a SC Bill of Sale”
The seller believes this is a Beck cab, but the rear top piece is angled. I couldn’t find a top that had a similar rear piece. http://cj3b.info/Hardtop.html “Steel full cab off a CJ3B. I believe it is a Beck cab. Rear door sandblasted and painted.”
“I have an 90% completed 1945 Ford GPW (Willys) jeep for sale. I’ve been working on this jeep for the past 2 years and brought it back to life with a new paint job and engine work. It has a 289 V-8 out of a mustang that has been cleaned up with new gaskets and a thorough cleaning. Lot’s of new parts including all new wiring and gauges! Needs just a few more things before this can be back on the road; it needs exhaust pipes, the driveshafts need to be shortened or replaced and I haven’t looked at the brakes so I don’t know how they are but the jeep has new brake line installed.
The engine runs!! I’ve ran the engine for 20 minutes straight to see if the pressure and temperature gauges work and they do. Come on over if you want to check it out. I need my garage space back!
You’ve got to see this jeep, it’s almost ready for the road! I have the pink slip but the jeep hasn’t been registered since 1997, my plan was to have it as a recreational vehicle only…. I also have the Chilton’s Manual and the driveshafts that are included.”
Paul’s made some additional progress over the last month on his stainless jeep.
Paul writes, The upholstery is done, the driver’s seat has been installed and the seat belt/shoulder harness combos have been adjusted for length and bolted in place. The passenger seat will still need to be removed to allow access to the battery mount and cable connections in the electrical box but progress is being made.
Corbeau three inch wide belts with a cam lock release and in a color that goes well with the upholstery and stainless steel.
Paul has also been working on the battery installation. He continues, The open space on the right side of the electrical junction box should be filled with a new Odyssey AGM side post battery
Here I’m comparing the size of the Odyssey battery to the mockup battery I taped together out of poster board. I used the mockup battery to locate the attach points for the battery hold down bracket in the electrical junction box.
The battery fits and there’s even room for a longer battery. This small battery weighs 45 pounds so I don’t believe there’s any need to get a larger and heavier battery anytime in the future.
This hold down bracket is slightly bigger than the battery but the battery is firmly held when the attach hardware is tightened. The bracket consists of eight separate pieces of stainless held together by 40 rivets.
Now it’s time to start smoke testing the wiring and that might take a while.
A poster of a penguin driving a Bantam BRC-60 sponsored by Kool Cigarettes. It is 20″ wide by 30″ tall.
“Up for sale is this Super Rare estate fresh WWII era Kool Cigarettes advertising sign / poster featuring Kool’s Willie the Penguin in WWII attire driving a military jeep with a Kool Cigarette Machine Gun on the hood and shells exploding in the background. The poster reads ‘KOOLS The Pack To Take Wherever You Go!’ The bottom of the poster reads ‘Save B&W Coupons for US War Stamps’. The poster measures 30 inches tall by 20 inches wide. The poster is in good condition for its age and has great color although there is a good deal of wear and creases around the edges and holes where the poster had been hung (Please See Photos). These issues don’t take away from this great WWII advertising image and this would make a great addition to any WWII, Advertising, or Tobacco collection.”
“1941 original silver gelatin photograph of Life Photographer George Rodger. Flying Tigers A.V.G. in Burma. Image shows Flying Tiger AVG Burma base, jeeps and medivac building, shark nose art fighter planes in background. There is no byline on the back but they are part of the George Rodger photographs.”
UPDATE: **SOLD* Was $1000. This one sold quickly! I considered this one for myself.
Looks like a good price. It runs.
“Great unique jeep project. 4cyl engine, 4×4.
Engine does run and it will drive although it has no brakes.
Cab is in decent shape, bed is rusty
come take a look and make me a offer.
I have to get this out of my yard.”
(11/05/2014) Sounds like it has back California registration fees.
“For sale is a 1944 Jeep Willys running project has a v6 4 speed transmission With a transfer case comes with 33″ all terrain tires has a 10 gallon tank would make a great project Jeep has not been registered in a few years so maybe a few hundred dollars to register asking $5000 or best offer text me for any info”
(12/29/2014) This jeep was well prepared for just about any misadventure!
“I am selling my old 1946 willies army jeep. It does run. Offers welcome but because it does start I am asking at least $5000.00. I have the title and will only accept cash, no payments.
Contact through email only, highest bid takes it. But again, cash only.
I would be willing to show but you will have to make an appointment..”
“This is a brand new body tub for the Willys CJ2A. This is a new reproduction. The metal is the same thickness as the original and all the hat channel has the wood inserts. You will have to drill the mounting holes and the pedal holes but that is simple. This is in primer and will need to be scuffed up before painting. This is the only one I have and it is priced way cheaper than wholesale.
NO shipping, NO holding, NO trading.. Cash and Carry.
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