Not sure how much value is here.
“1946 Jeep CJ. At one point I believe it had a small block Chevy in it. Comes with front and rear axles Dana 60 I think?, leaf springs and transfer case. Body is super solid. What you see in the pictures is what you get. This could make a cool street legal project. ”
Maybe some value here if you need M-38A1 parts?
“I have these two M38A1 Jeeps left over from a project. Lots of good parts left on these. Would like to get $1500 OBO for both jeeps. Both sold with a bill of sale.”
UPDATE: Still Available.
(08/042016) There’s at least some value here.
“Old Willys Jeep 🙂
UPDATE: Still Available.
(11/17/2015) This appears to be the same jeep that was sold a few years ago, but it’s condition appears to be worsened. If it has the “314” on the fenders, then it is the same one.
“1954 Willys Jeep it is actually a Mp38a it has a Buick 231 odd fire V6 with power steering also has headers. It is 3 speed manual with twin stick transfer case At one point it was the brookville Fire dept. grass unit. It is great running and driving jeep it has a lot of new front end parts on it. I took the gas tank out that sets under the drivers seat and put one underneath the back put its not hooked up yet I put a boat tank in the back just to be able to move it around you can drive it it could also use floor pans it has had all new rear tub section replaced with little work this could be a very nice jeep. ”
UPDATE: Still Available.
(06/27/2016) It’s a parts jeep.
“For sale a cj2a willsy jeep for parts, it does not have an engine. It does have a lot of vintage parts. No title.”
Below is a tentative schedule for our trip home. We’ve decided to begin by heading east so 1) we can see a little of Fort Worth, which we missed on our last trip, and 2) take my niece out to dinner (She’s in her freshman year at SMU … a long way from home). As usual, we have some museums, jeep stuff, and other things lined up to see. If the route is close to you and you’d like to meet us, just drop me an email and I’ll see what we can do. Just understand that since we are traveling in the motorhome with my mother-in-law, we don’t have quite the flexibility we normally do. Our tightest day might be Friday, as I’m trying to arrange several book-related meetings, but none are confirmed as yet. We begin our journey early Saturday morning with a trip to see the metal sculptures in Tatum, New Mexico.
On Saturday the 24th, we head east from Tualrosa. for Lubbock, where we will visit the Silent Wings Museum, among other attractions.
This ad from the February 17, 1946, issue of the Sunday Morning Star, published in Delaware, shared the news that Irvin Sachs would be introducing the new universal Jeep.
Each of the men was listed. It would be a great find for one of their descendants.
“1942 Press Photo US Fighter Pilots Riding on Jeep, England World War II. This is an original press photo. Photo measures 8.25 x 6inches. Photo is dated 09-21-1942.”
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Truth be told, I saw my share of “wenches” when I lived in Santa Cruz, but never any “front mounted” ones. This could be a good price.
“1943 Ford Jeep. Started restoration but need to sell. 4 new military tires mounted on split rim wheels, Upholstery done, but needs paint and some assembly. No rust and has a front mounted wench.”
It needs a new master cylinder, but could be worth a look.
“Amazing and Cute head turning pickup truck .This rare 1961 Willys Jeep Fc 150 for sale. I have owned this truck for 28 years and am forced to sell. It has a Buick 225 v6 engine, Three speed transmission. not a rust bucket.Current tags and registration. runs well but needs master cylinder work ( brand new part but not kept filled with fluid ) common problem when jeep is not driven. No front wheel drive differential was removed for larger engine. This was my baby and has custom radiator work to prevent overheating. Way worth restoring FC150s are bringing great prices at auctions. Please dont contact me with low ball offers I am not interested in giving the truck away.”
Not all original. Looks in good shape.
“I am selling my 1954 Jeep Willys cj3a High Hood Factory Flathead 4 all original been taken apart and rebuilt with all original parts will not find one like it runs and drives great no rust just a great driver very fun removable top brand new bikini top Woodrow Bar a bunch of new parts and old parts original rims and tires also have the new rims and tires all the electrical works great turn signals heater headlamps brake lights everything works excellent will not find one in this condition that still original asking 12 5 or best offer ”
Late 2A perhaps?
“1949 Willys Jeep, looks to be all original stock condition. Engines runs but trans pops out of second gear. New seats and many other new part and complete other running gear, trans, transfer case, front and rear axles, tow bar, ect.”
Listed as a 1953, it has the large speedometer.
“1953 CJ3 Willys Jeep- Very clean, single seat,runs great. This jeep comes with:
Rebuilt engine, only a few hundred miles on it.
New engine hoses
Receipts for engine, battery, tires, and radiator
This well maintained, great running, cool jeep is a must drive. Comes with a clean title and tags paid until November 2017. Come see it and you wont be disappointed.
Only issues are the speedometer doesn’t work and the front and rear transmission seals leak”
Not many 161s around, let alone Sears Allstate versions. Aren’t these identical to the Willys 161s?
“Yes, Sears Roebuck & Co. actually sold cars during the 1952-53 model years, and this is the larger six cylinder 161 cubic inch flathead engine that came in the higher end “Series 6” versions. Only 2,363 Allstates were sold in two years, the cars were actually rebadged Henry J sedans manufactured by Kaiser/Fraser/Willys, as were the four and six cylinder engines they came with.
This particular engine is fairly rare and has the correct “Allstate” logo cast in the head as well as an “Allstate” tag on the engine block. It turns over and runs but really needs a rebuild. It is still standard bore, complete and has almost all the engine accessories including a good water pump, bellhousing, new clutch, two correct Carter carburetors, distributor, both manifolds, oil pump and starter. About the only thing needed to drop it in the chassis (other than a rebuild) is a generator. Most everything has been recently gone through by a mechanic.”
Someone likes red.
“1947 Willy’s Jeep CJ2A Soft Top. Runs well, 6V electrical system, no rust, repaired floorboards, all gears work, four-wheel drive works, brakes and lights work. Garaged in Wakefield, NH. Asking $5500!”
Has an updated engine.
Not sure what mod was done to make this top fit the 2A. Maybe it was a CJ-5 top?
“1948 CJ 2A Willy’s Jeep
Runs but needs work
original willys engine
top made to fit not original”
It’s had some body work along the sides. The dash has been customized.
“Willys CJ2a. Daily Driver, Good Brakes,4hi/lo works, Original motor/trans, No rust to speak of, New bikini top, Very good tires, Newer exhaust, Title in hand, OEM Dash included. Much better in person than in the pictures.”
UPDATE: Price bump to $7500.
(09/04/2016) Looks fun.
“All the wiring is done with airplane wiring labeled
Paddle tires and rims are included.
1. 1964 Oldsmobile rear end with Henry spool and axles.
2. 1975 jeep transfer case.
3. Super T-10 4 Speed Transmission with/elite 3rd and 4th gears.
4. McCloud slipper clutch & flywheel.
5. Scatter shield bell housing.
6. 373 C.I.D small block Chevy Yencer built.
A. 400 C.I.D. Block standard bore. Block casting #3951511
B. 350 C.I.D. Billet crankshaft with Hank crank bearings.
C. Both the rod and bearings are pinned.
D. The engines been balanced.
E. Flash grounded and shotpeaned Chevy pink rods.
F. Speed pro-pistons and tapered wrist pins.
G. 14 to 1 compression W/.010 deck Clarence.
H. Chevy cast/iron turbo angle plug heads/ported and flow tested by Yancer.
I. Stainless steel 194 valves and titanium retainers.
J. SIG Errsen roler valve lifters.
K. Competition camshaft #CS-322-C-R8
L. Crane roller rockers with oversize studs.
M. The head bolts where replaced with studs.
N. Scorpion intake manifold.
O. 850 CFM dual pump Holly carburetor.
P. Mallory dual point distributor with cable tachometer.
Q. Mallory Coil and coil booster.
R. 7″ wide Mitchell aluminum rims.
S. Steel rear black rims with paddle tires. BFGoodrich trailer tires.
T. New Simpson five point harness seatbelts.
I have the original Front windshield and backseat.
I also have the pistons for 10 to 1 compression.
This Jeep does 4.6 seconds in 100 yard dash at 70 miles an hour. ”
This has a good old-time-jalopy look to it.
“Hello all- I need to make time for other projects and have to let this one go. It’s a 62 Willys Jeep pickup. Same body from late 40s. It’s already chopped, dropped and tunneled. Lid is ready for a ragtop or a fill in. Doors shaved on exterior but interior handles still work. Not finished but not a total basket case. 230 straight 6 engine runs but needs tranny rebuilt, tires and brakes. Fun little project and not much to get ready to roll. Leave it ratty or go full out hotrod with a different grill and paint. Have pink and it IS registered non op with matching frame and body tag. Price is FIRM ( it has more than that in body work) NO TRADES.”
I could imagine this in Utah, but what is a Utah Jazz-themed DJ with Karl Malone’s name doing in NM. And, does it have a grill where the engine should be? That wasn’t completely clear to me.
“1974 mail jeep. Dual sliding doors. And it has a engine cooking grill like the old military jeeps. Have had for 15 years. Lost tile need gone out of yard asap 350 obo”
No pics provided.
“For sale is a matching numbers 1945 GPW Ford Jeep. This piece of American History has been garage stored for its life and is ready for a restoration. All bolts are F marked and all numbers match. The body is in impeccable condition, with no rust or damage to the metal. Being a 1945 (most likely not used in the war) there are no holes drilled for the machine gun, which means the floor is intact and solid. Both rear storage compartments and the glove box are rust free, and both original bumpers are intact (a rare find on these old jeeps). The original identification and information plates are still riveted to the glove box door with original brass rivets.
All original gauges, (except temperature) are intact and function as they should. Original wipers are still intact, along with parts of the original gun rack and shovel holder. The original taillights are still intact along with the blackout headlights. Original army green paint can still be seen. Down to the 6-volt electrical system, this jeep is true to its original form. The front hubs were swapped to accommodate the only non-original part, the wheels and tires. The motor turns over but could us some TLC, there are no back fees as it has been registered as non op. ”
This rare top looks in good shape.
“Jeep CJ5 (not CJ7), fiberglass hardtop by Acme. Fits 1976 and newer but will work with earlier CJ5 or M38A1 using a 1976 or newer windshield frame, ( I have some of these for sale). Very nice condition. Paintable to any color. $850. ”
UPDATE: Still Available. Blaine’s got other parts for sale, too.
“Professionally rebuilt single lever, front output power take off for Willys Jeep wagon, panel or pickup with the Dana 18 transfer case. The original curved shift lever has been repaired and is very hard to see the repair. The chain is tight. Comes with allen bolts to mount it without disassembling the case. This may be too long for CJs as it may contact the frame. —————————– $350
Remote operated (cable) Koenig model 58 dual output PTO for the Dana 18 transfer case. Still installed on Jeep. J58-202. Rear output is u-joint. No flange on the front output. ————————————————— $700
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Shipping is available for from $40 to $75 depending on method and location. Paypay accepted for additional $15 to $25″