UPDATE: Price dropped to $3250.
(04/17/2014) This has a variety of updates.
“I’ve had this jeep for 4 years. It is drivable and I take it everywhere. It has 3/4 ton Chevy axles and 24 bolt humvee wheels with 37″ military tires with run flats. It need a little bit of everything and now that I live on the beach I don’t have anywhere to continue working on it. The crazy stuff been done but it does need to be finished. Ie: tie the cage in to the frame, relocate the shock mounts, install the front driveshaft. So this jeep does need to go to someone who has some technical skills and can weld. This cj6 is a rare model and it gets tons of attention. It’s so much fun to own and drive but the time has come to pass it on. It has a Buick 231 v6, rebuilt Buick 350 transmission. I 281 tcase, whatever the full size Chevy tcase is. I’ve got an extra one with the opposite output just case you feel like switching front axles. Front axle is a 10 bolt, corporate 14 bolt rear with welded rear-end. It’s currently registered, insured and drivable. Just a little love. It’s parked in Ocean beach where West point loma ends if you’d like to see it. I’m not in a hurry to sell it and am firm on the price. I’m not interested in any trades of any kind. Thanks. Adam”
UPDATE: Still Available. Strangely, it’s been listed as a ’42, a ’43 and a ’44.
Runs and drives.
“Selling my1943 Willys. Runs good. It’s all original and has a non op. Clean title but need to reupholster the seats. All the gauges work, new carburetor. And wire the rear lights. Any questions call me.“
UPDATE: Still Available
(03/08/2014) No pics provided. Sounds like it has been updated quite a bit.
“1943 Willys Jeep 2 wheel drive. It has a small block 350, turbo 400 automatic with shift kit and a 2500 stall converter. Dana 44 rear end with 513 gears. 2 sets of paddles and one set of Terra tires.”
UPDATE: Still Available
“1942 Ford GPW, excellant condition, new transmission,new body,new springs,new shocks. Always kept in garage since restoration.”
UPDATE: Price bumped to $1300.
(06/22/2014) No title.
“1956 Willys Jeep CJ3 ‘Hi Hood” 4 cyl. 3 speed 4×4 hi lo 6 volt complete not running ,needs Tune up ,battery . Bill of Sale”
The Tri City Military Vehicle Club was out playing in the dunes with their jeeps this past weekend. These dunes are just a few minutes from our place in Pasco, Washington. I’m hoping to get Biscuit there at some point.
This is framed and under glass.
“The poster is a “Plaistow Pictorial – Fact Sheet Number 17″ and appears to be in very good condition. It is encased beneath glass and is mounted in a wood frame. The frame has a few minor blemishes. The poster shows images of various Jeeps from 1940 through 1986. It also depicts the “Anatomy of the War time Jeep” and has a narrative of the history of the Jeep. The frame measures 37.5 inches wide by 27.75 inches tall.”
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Here’s a cool drag jeep photo.
“Measures about 8.5″ wide by 11″ long. Vintage Magazine Ad 1972 Carey Stanleys Chevy Powered Jeep 8.5″ x 11″ Print Ad”
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These are located in Argentina.
“VINTAGE & VERY RARE ORIGINAL ARGENTINA MAGAZINE ADVERTISING LOT
1940´S/50′S – JEEP 12 ADS !!!.-
MEASURES APPROX: 7.5” X 5.5” / 19 CM X 14 CM (EACH PAGE).-”
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I just did a post about this zoo jeep a few days ago. Now, you can own it!
“FOR SALE is a 1946 Willys CJ-2A jeep with an interesting history. This came from the North Carolina Zoo in Ashboro, N.C. It was a featured exhibit there for a number of years. It was in front of the dinosaur exhibit. The zoo rotated it out of the exhibit and sold it to a zoo employee who I bought it from. The body is 100% Perfect without even a pinhole of rust. I was told that the zoo spent $4000.00 having it restored prior to exhibiting it. It needs some love now to restore it to it’s former glory but it would be a worthwhile project. Asking $2,000 and I’ll help you load it on your trailer or I’ll deliver it on my trailer for costs. Give me a call, thanks. Richard Grace”
“For sale is a 1952 Willys Jeep M-38 A1 Military version.
Runs and drives great.”
The only photo is of the CJ-2A. There’s a CJ-3A and MB parts jeep, too.
“I have decided to get out of the old Jeep hobby and sell all of my remaining vehicles and parts. I will attempt to sell everything to one buyer first and if no singe buyer emerges I will list everything separate.
1946 Willys Jeep CJ-2A,
L-134 flathead 4 cylinder with less than 2000 miles on rebuild, Solex carb, Petronix ignition and 12 volt conversion. T90/18 trans and transfer case, Dana 44 rear. Body was taken off frame and repaired with pop riveted sheet metal. Floor boards and hat channels were replaced along with tool compartment floor. The Jeep is not original in anyway but is period correct. Nothing on this Jeep came on a 1946 Jeep. The windshield frame is off a 1942 GPW, the hood off a 49, body tub somewhere around 1950, engine is late 40′s or early 50′s, transfer case and transmission are earlier pieces with equal length handles, etc. It has been rebuilt dozens of times over its life.
Paint is rattle can and looks like it, but the body is very solid.
New gauges except fuel, no fuel gauge in vehicle. Tail lights are new and headlights and marker lights work. No turn signals, horn, or wipers. No top.
Ron spotted this nice looking jeep for sale.
“This is a 1948 Willys M38. Identical to the CJ2A except the battery is accessed thru the cowl rather than under the hood, the 2 little dimples under the passenger door where the shovel and axe were mounted, and the “full floater” rear differential. (In this case equipped with Warn hubs at all 4 corners.
Buick “odd-fire” 225 V-6 has 1500 miles on a complete rebuild. It has an Offenhauser hirise with a mini Holley 4 Barrel with electronic choke. Chrome fenderwell headers.
All the following has 1000 miles:
-new brake and clutch master cylinder.
-4 new wheel cylinders.
-Bestop soft top & doors.
-new electronic ignition.
-new Ididit tilt steering column/steering linkage & new power steering box.
-new Painless Jeep-specific wiring harness.
-electric fan and controller.
-LED daytime running lights / night blasters.
-Optima battery with on-board maintenance charger.
-rebuilt T-90 transmission with Warn overdrive
Looks good, but needs a little work.
“Looking to trade a running and driving 1947 CJ2A. The jeep has been in the family for 25 years and has been cared after. Brakes are all new. Carb is freshly rebuilt. Run’s great. Body has bondo in it – this was only meant to be a driver – not a show winner. Though it does look great going down the road. Has aftermarket seats which are really comfortable for those longer trips.
I’m looking to trade a jeep for a jeep. I would like a CJ-7 that may need some TLC, but passes a PA inspection. Rust does not scare me…but please do not waste my time. Please text or email me what you have and lets work something out.”
UPDATE: **Status Unknown**. Was $8500
“This is your chance to own a piece of Americana! This post war jeep will give you endless fun on or off the road. Always meticulously taken care off, this jeep has flawless paint and interior. The seats have all been recently repadded and recovered. All of the instruments are new, as well as all of the lights. The carbouretor was rebuilt this month along with a new fuel plus vacuum pump. An oil change is always preformed every 250 miles. The engine is in top shape, it faithfully starts every time with no hesitation. I really hate to see it go, but I am trying to raise money for college. If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to ask.”
The cage and the fenders give this crawler an unusual look.
“1948 jeep willy military , totally custom paint, body, suspension, roll cage, rock crawler bumpers and fenders, rear diff Dana 44/front Dana 30, original Go Devil engine, and three stick tranny, built for off-road.asking $3900 or OBO. Must sell, located in Miami.”
That front bumper is unusual.
“This rare 1947 Willy’s purchased was by my dad several years ago and used to cruise the shores and get to exclusive hunting spots on Lake McConaughy in Nebraska. Unfortunately, he recently passed away so we brought the it back in hopes of finding a good home for it. My dad loved this vehicle, and as you can see, he put his creativity and character into it – he loved camo! It comes complete with three tool boxes that actually have supplies in them.
As far as we can see, most primary parts are original, however at some point it was switched to a 12 volt system, we are assuming due to the wench requirements. It runs pretty good considering it’s 66 years old, but probably could use a good oil change, some work on the brakes, and new tires. It is not street legal and probably wouldn’t be without some significant alterations.
If you are looking for a fun vehicle to go hunting or run around lake shores in, this is the one for you! Or, if you’re looking for a rare find to fully restore, this is a great one. Not everyone will get the opportunity to restore a 1947 Willy’s as apparently this type of classic military type of is becoming more and more rare.
Contact us with any questions you have – no “tire kickers” please. Serious inquiries only would be appreciated.”
UPDATE: Still Available
(04/20/2014) Lots of early stuff on this one.
“1946 Barn Fresh Willy’s jeep. Purchased three vehicles and had to purchase this one with the group. Selling as is. Needs restored.”
It’s a project.
“Here is a 42 ford gpw, this jeep has had alot of work done to it so far and more to follow, I have repaired the body to make it a decent reenactor jeep, the frame is very soild as well, it has all original running gear minus the engine which is a cj2a,I do however have a ford block that will need a complete rebuild to throw in with the jeep, I have, front seats, two f marked fenders, f marked hood, f marked grill,and a few windshields.I am selling the jeep as a project for 3500$ as I continue to work on the jeep and fix parts the price will go up. I have mostly everything for the jeep minus small parts but this is a great start.”
No pics provided.
“I HAVE A M-38 WILLY’S JEEP FOR SALE, THIS IS A COMPLETE JEEP, BOUGHT TO RESTORE, JUST DON’T HAVE THE TIME OR PLACE. IF INTERESTED CONTACT ME AND I WILL DISCUSS PRICE AND SEND PHOTOS. I HAVE ALL DATA PLATES AND SERVICE MANUALS”
UPDATE: Price now $6200.
(07/10/2014) Looks in good shape.
“CJ3a. This Jeep has been rebuilt and restored. All new metal-floors, fenderwells, sides-from the cowl back. Linex coated inside and out. New electrical, u joints, exhaust. Engine rebuilt. 11″ brakes. 12 volt conversion.
This is an unmolested jeep. No lift, no V8. Stock except as described.
It comes with a trailer to haul it on the highway.
I’ve only driven about 900 miles on forest service roads since I finished it last year.
Do not approach me with counteroffers or trades EXCEPT 2000-2008 Chev/GMC cargo van 3/4-1 ton.
I will deliver it to LA for $750“
UPDATE: Price dropped to $6999.
. 1948 – CJ2A flat fender in awesome condition.
. Original paint with no rust
. Buick 225 V6 engine
. Straight body
. 12 volt battery
. Bucket seats with jump seat in the back with seat belts
. Comes with two tops (bikini and buggy) in excellent condition
. 11″ brakes, working heater, and good rubber all the way around
. Tilt wheel, chrome spokes, chrome valve covers, dual exhaust, Rancho shocks
. Warren hubs
A real “jewel” and a steal for this price. I’ve owned it for the last 20 years and it’s been garaged all this time. You wont find another like this in such awesome condition.”
UPDATE: Price dropped to $4900
Listed as a CJ-3B, the body is more like a CJ-3A (the windshield is 3bish). The hood looks carefully modified.
“Up for sal is my 1954 Willys CJ3B. This jeep had a modified engine when I bought it. Modified to a ford 2.0L engine. I have had this jeep for a couple years and I just don’t drive it enough. New brake cylinders and tires. Upgraded gauges. New hubs. When I bought it, none of the gauges matched so I bought a set. Has a new speedometer. I also put in a new fuse box as this jeep never had one and it worried me. I have had a vehicle catch fire before and it isn’t fun. This jeep is fun to drive. It gets about 27mpg around town.”
UPDATE: Price dropped to $4500.
(05/31/2014) It seems to be a project.
“This is a 1946 Willys Jeep
Small Block Chevy
New Front/Rear Axle
Custom Gas Tank
UPDATE: Still Available
(11/30/2013) Looks like lots of work has been done.
“Lots of new parts…
Under the hood:
Points and condenser
1 barrel carburetor
Air cleaner (chrome)
Oil filter canister