UPDATE: Still Available.
Runs. Seller thinks it’s a military jeep.
“I have a 49 Willys jeep for sale. New master cylinder, windshields, tune up, etc. the price is $ 5,000 cash. Might consider some trades / partial trades, but probably not. No projects. I really don’t need something to drive.”
These photos came from a 1955 jeep family brochure introducing the CJ-5. What’s curious is that several photos show the shackles on the front springs located at the front (see the “mail carrier” photo). As most know, the earliest CJ-5s had shackles in the rear. So, I’m wondering if the CJ-5s in these photos were bodies put on CJ-3B chassis or whether they were prototype chassis.
Luis spotted this jeepish looking vehicle. Anyone recognize it? Custom or production vehicle?
UPDATE: Still Available.
(11/12/2016) Pics posted.
“Early 1946 Willys Cj2a that runs, drives, and stops. The body is original and has been patched over the years. Rare column shift (3 on the tree) transmission. Engine could use rings as it smokes/burns oil but has lots of power. A perfect winter rebuild project! One tire has a slow leak but all are matching and like new. I plan on getting the leak repaired..”
“1947 Willys CJ 2A jeep for sale. VIN #98722. WWII military trim. Olive drab green. Vehicle title clear. Flathead 4 cylinder, 4-wheel drive. 12 volt battery. New hi-torque starter motor. Many other new replaced parts/components(too many to list-will provide list of new parts if seriously interested). Total cash payment preferred (discounted price for cash payment). If pay by other method, will discuss with you and my bank prior to completing the sale.”
I’d like to see more pics of this one.
“I’m selling my custom built Willys pickup. Fuel injected Chevy 5.7liter (350) with a turbo 350 trans. Rhino lined interior floors and bed, brand new off-road tires 35″, custom fabricated bumpers, thousands in fabrication work, warn winch, custom seat and digital gauges, awesome resto mod. The 4×4 works great. Clean title in hand and current registration
$19,500 cash or will consider a partial trade involving:
2002 newer Toyota Tacoma or 4runner 4wd auto trans for my daughter to drive.
Honda CRZ, civic, accord as a commuter for myself – low miles
Suzuki DRZ400 or 650 enduro (again good weather commuter)
Get rid of your average vehicle and get a one of a kind head turner to drive around”
Could be a nice jeep.
“1949 Willys CJ3a. Buick V6, many upgrades. Converted to 12 volt, tilt column, Painless wiring system, lock out hubs, rebuilt transmission and front drive line. Gas tank moved from under drivers seat to back between frame. Swing away frame on back to hold 2 Jerry cans. Runs and drives great. $4500.”
Craig spotted this one. It runs and drives. The canoe is $500 extra.
“1960 Jeep Willys Wagon – almost all original, runs and drives good, 6 cylinder L226, 3 speed on the floor, 4WD with lockout hubs, everything works but speedometer and wipers – $3,500 with canoe or $3,000 without canoe – ”
Looks to have potential.
“Super original Willys. Was on a deer lease for 45 years then set in a barn. Great willys for restoration, Jeep runs, drives and stops.
UPDATE: Price dropped to $4000.
(07/20/2016) Has a few updates.
“1947 jeep Willy’s 4×4 225 buick odd fire V6 rebuilt with added performance cam and 500cfm holley carburetor and long tube headers. Converted to power steering with a rebuilt saginaw 4 speed manual transmission and with an advanced adapters kit with big aluminum radiator and heavy duty Spicer drive shafts that have been rebuilt, Dana 18 transfer case with timeken bearing kit and heavy duty cross shaft. Rear differential is a Dana 44 and front differential is a Dana 27, both are equipped with 488 gearing and posi traction big brakes.
Had intended on a v8 originally so firewall is clearanced to except v8 and jeep was built up to handle it with front boxed frame and heavy duty cooling system. 2 inch new lift kit on 33 inch tires. Frame is from a 1952 cj and gauges are from a cj5 with aluminum dash. And cj5 swinging foot pedals with hydraulic brakes and clutch setup, new bucket seats with racing harnesses. also has electronic ignition. Needs a little electrical work done to the gauges. Vehicle is currently registered with a green sticker only needs to add front windshield to register it for the street but since I don’t drive it on the street I haven’t bothered to repair broken windshield which comes with vehicle. Solid vehicle that just needs some one to finish off or drive as is and have fun with, I also have 1 ton front and rear axles that will go with the Jeep Dana 44 front and Dana 60 rear plus 4 steel wheels to make the swap.”
Includes a Warn overdrive.
“CJ 5 With 231 V6, 3 speed with Warner Overdrive, PTO Winch, 16 ” rims.”
Has a few updates.
“Willy’s Jeep. Montana titled as 1946 cj2a. Front and rear end, transmission and transfer case from 41-45 ford script GPW. Transmission rebuilt with new gears, seals, thrust washer, etc. New seals in transfer case. New master cylinder. Complete carb rebuild with 40&100 micron fuel filters, and electric fuel pump. Full 12 volt conversion with 105 amp alternator and new coil, cap, points, condenser, rotor, plugs and wires. Updated with break lights and turn signals. All lights except headlights are LED. Starts original windshield glass in perfect condition. Starts right up even in this cold weather. 4 wheel drive and manual lockout hubs work perfect. High/low range 2 stick transfer case. This old girl will get you there and back again!
$4000. Partial trades considered for welding equipment and hunting gear.”
UPDATE: Still Available.
(10/13/2016) Looks nice.
“This truck has been renewed and refreshed in original equipment without disturbing its authenticity, experience, and patina. It served as a service station vehicle for many years in Bellows Falls VT until it turned about 44K miles in 1991. From there is sat, little used, and was discovered in a barn in 2014 where it came to CT and underwent a full restoration of its aging or failed parts and systems. Now it drives several times per week on local trips and has attended local parades and Caffeine & Carburetor shows. The only non-OEM changes have been the addition of three point restraints and the electrification of the wipers. Currently odometer shows just under 47K miles.
Inline 6 cyl 226 engine, three speed transmission, transfer case, front wheel locking hubs, one ton hauling capacity, full fold-down tailgate, three-point restrains. Everything on the truck works and the four wheel drive is amazing – also it drives happier with a half load than empty.
Replaced, repaired, or renewed:
Entire brake system from master cylinder thru lines, slaves, drums.
Front springs, shocks, and some bearings and tie rod ends
Clutch and brake pedals repaired, radiator flushed and new hoses, new speedometer cable, new electric wipers, new passenger window mechanism and glass
Full tune-up, new wires/coil/distributor parts, new fuel pump and filter, new headlamps and turn signal unit, new LED brake lights.
5 new original spec steel wheels, new Cooper AT3 tires in the original proportions. New wiper motor, three point restraints.”
It has some updates, but has sat a while. Engine will start.
“This is a clean straight rare and desirable fc150. Been in our family since 1974. In the late 70s the engine was updated to a 327 chevy with adapter plate so the rest is still jeep drivetrain. Has not run in years but will.”
Looks fairly unmolested.
“1964 Jeep Willy
Runs and comes with about $1000 worth of parts. Serious inquires only please.”
Runs, needs body work.
“1942 Ford Jeep.
Motor and drive train runs great and drives.
Great Restoration project.
Contact for more details.”
UPDATE: Price dropped to $4500.
(11/08/2016) One runs and has rust. The other looks more solid, but doesn’t run.
“here i have a pair of jeepsters in need of some love but plenty to work with. these are very limited production jeeps coming after the willys jeeps, but before amc took them over these are prior to the cj5, the cj7 and are very very rare the yellow one is the 1970 and the blue is the 1967
the first is a 1967 jeepster revival series convertible with the roadster package and a rare automatic transmission. it does not run but has tons of potential $5800 . I have a spare dauntless v6 motor to go with the jeep the motor was fine in this one is has been sitting for about 5 years.
the second of the two is a 1970 jeepster commando recent convertible top has the dauntless v6 that does run and a manual transmission this also comes with a plow setup $ 4700
both of these jeepsters are the kaiser built models not the later amc models the 1970 is actually the last year they were still built by kaiser
Looks to have an M-38 grille, but I can’t tell if there is a battery box lid and the windshield is wrong.
“Runs great and drives need some tlc but is all there looks cool ”
UPDATE: Still Available.
(11/24/2016) Needs wiring. Appears to have little rust.
“1955 willys pickup 4cyl 3 speed 4 wheel drive runs sometimes I was told new gas tank brakes and radiator has pto winch driveline for it is in the back the truck needs to be wired has a little rust on the drivers door it has a clean nv title #s matching vin tag the truck is a project have someone that can transport it for a fee not selling parts off it no trades”
A running project.
“1964 CJ3B runs and drives. Clean title. It’s a running project that still has a ways to go. I have no time to finish and it’s been sitting for several months. Some new parts and shade tree body work. Body does have rust and was in rough shape in the rear. Pans are solid and have been painted with POR 15 top coated with spray in bed liner paint. Lights are all disconnected.”
There could be value here given the half cab.
“1966 Jeep CJ6 V6 3spd, half cab, needs trans., lot of rust. Very Rare. $1100.00 OBO. ”
No pics provided.
“hardtop, hurricane engine, tons of stuff. nice frame, plus extra restored frame. too much too list. asking 3200.00. will separate parts.”
No pics provided. Parts or project.
“Selling my wheeler project. I have a 1953 cj3a flat fender that has been fully disassembled down to bare frame. There is no motor, tranny, or T-case but comes with stock axels. The tub is in decent shape has some rust in floor. Text for pics. The friend I got this from can’t find the title but it is I her name.”
UPDATE: Still Available.
(10/05/2016) Craig spotted this one. It looks like there has been some body work.
“1955 willys wagon only 814 made with this super hurricane straight six engine. It runs perfectly and quietly. 3speed on the column. Completely gone over from plugs and wires to oil bath. Has electric fuel pump. New wiring harnes from front to back with cloth covering to look original. Upgraded to 12 v system with reducer for gauges. New drums, brakes, bearings and tires. New fuel lines and gas tank. Heater was rebuilt and blows very hot. Everything mechanical has been done so far. The body would be next but if I start that the price will go up. Very rare vehicle that could be an addition for someone that knows about Willys. $6,500.”
It’s a project that includes a Warn winch. If it has been parked before the “mountain blew”, it means it was parked prior to May of 1980 (36 years ago).
“1963 Willys CJ.
Parked since before the mountain blew.
283, warn winch, dual gas tanks.
Absolutely perfect windshield.
One NOS front fender.
Permanently registered on its original 63 plates.
Clean clear title in my name.
This is a project. Please don’t waste my time unless you are serious.”