Seller lists this as both a 1941 and 1942. The serial number suggests it is a 1942.
“Rare “Slat Grill” early version Willys. Runs great. Serial No. 113037…13037th one made out of over 600,000 jeeps in WW II. Delivered January 19th, 1942. Older restoration that could be easily re-done if so desired. Equipped with SC-659 radio transmitter, .30 caliber replica machine gun, canvas top, tools, etc. Many extras including replica M-1 carbine, helmets, parts, manuals and more. Vehicle is licensed and titled. Appointments will be taken in order in which calls are received.”
Might not be a bad price.
“I’m selling my 1951 Willys M38. $8000.00 or best offer cash only. Many updates including sandblasting and new paint in 2016.”
John spotted this early wagon on Hemmings. Looks like a good restoration candidate.
Very original, relatively rare 4×2 Willys Panel Wagon in “All There” condition, owned by the same family since 1959. Original California vehicle, it was parked in 1963 in Hollywood, California, by the second owner. In 2009, to avert a sale to the junkyard, another family member moved it to a garage in Duarte, California, in 2009, with the goal of fully restoring it, but time and space are simply not resources available at this time. As such, it’s time to find it a new caretaker.
The body – All of the steel is clean and straight except for tiny square windows that were installed at the rear of the panels; the doors open and close easily; the glass is in very good condition showing only a tiny bit of delaminating occurring at the edges; the trim and brightwork is good, but in need of serious cleaning or replating; there are no major dents or dings to speak of, although the right side area under the door has sustained some light damage; the roof is very straight, like 99% of the rest of this vehicle.
Craig spotted this one. It has some rust, but given the completeness and condition of everything else, this is definitely worth a look.
“1951 Willys Jeep, runs and drives. Looks good, it needs a few things but at 65 years old we all need a few things. I’ve seen much worse go for much more, so $5k is reasonable for condition. Has canvas top (not shown). Tires are almost new.
Reason for selling, it’s my Dad’s and he can no longer drive, so I’m selling for him.
You must come in person, no checks of any kind. No BS. If you text that fine, I’m going to tell you in my reply to call me. I’d rather talk than text, it weeds out all the scamers.”
Lots of updates.
“Up for sale is a modified rock crawling Willys, cj2a.
This particular willys has been featured in 4WD magazine in the past, (when it was yellow), and has some modifications. Runs well, and has clean California title.
Chevy Vortec 4.3 V6 (210 HP)
TH350 Automatic Transmission
Dana 44 front and rear
5.5″ can (and has) handle 40″ tires.
Currently 33″ tires.
Full Roll Cage
Honda Front Seats
Detachable racing wheel”
UPDATE: Price dropped to $8500.
Looks solid. Has a variety of updates.
“hunting, off road, trail rides and driving around local town is what this was built for – pinto 2300 4 cylinder, 3 spd manual, lock out front hubs, locker front and limited rear, full cage, etc…..”
Has a variety of updates.
“Very nice 1948 CJ2A with 1963 Buick V-6, std 3-spd with Warn overdrive, 11 inch brakes, pwr steering, no rust ever.”
Jim spotted this one. It last ran in 1991. I don’t see a Ford script, so this is likely a later model.
“Rare 1941 Ford Army Jeep. Great restoration project. Has the orginal tires. Ran in 1991, been stored inside a warehouse.”
UPDATE: Still Available.
(03/13/2017) Has some rust.
“1954 willy’s cj3b high hood jeep . Runs great every thing works and road legel. Clear title and current registration. Stored inside. Tires are good and has lockouts and brakes and lights and gauges work. Rust in the areas where 65 year old jeeps have rust. Frame has no rust or broken or cracked issues. Availible with this jeep is a very nice monroe 3pt lift and pto shift box and rear pto box. All 3 pt equip and shift boxes and rear pto is at extra cost. Or bring $4850.”
Seller lists this as a 1946, but doesn’t have the title. It looks more like a CJ-3A.
“Hasn’t ran in 20 years, I think it might be a little locked up. Body in good shape except surface rust. Missing title.”
07UPDATE: Still Available.
(03/16/2016) Looks like a nice jeep. Has updated engine.
“Hello, We are selling our 1952 Willys Jeep. It has a GM Buick Dauntless V-6 engine and runs like a top. With overdrive box, lock-out hubs, all in great working condition. This vehicle is a real “head-turner”. You can hardly get fuel without someone coming up to talk about it with you. We have mounted a spare tire to the back since these photos were taken. All steel body with NO !! rust.
Driven approx 50 miles a year for the last ten years. Collectors plates. Top is in excellent shape. Get ready for the parade season with this Jeep. Please, no “low price” offers, this is truly a one of a kind.
UPDATE: Still Available.
(12/09/2016) This has an extra data plate on the dash, but I can’t make it out.
“I’m selling our 1943 Willys jeep. This jeep has been sand blasted and is all metal, most of which is original. This vehicle is immaculate, it drives and runs incredibly and will not disappoint. If you’re interested please email me.”
Not sure how much value is here, but there is some parts value. Seller is also kicking in other parts.
‘Selling a 1960 Willys Jeep wagon. It’s a 4×4, 3 speed manual with the twin stick transfer case. It has the 6 cylinder “superhurricane” motor. It is in rough shape. The body has a fair amount of rust, particularly on the passenger floor board and the door bottoms. The engine doesn’t currently run but does spin freely, it ran a few years ago but I’m guessing the ignition points are wore out now. Included with it is a dana 44 rear axle and a dana 30 front axle from a Jeep Grand Cherokee with disc brakes along with the front drive shaft from the same vehicle. All of the brackets have been removed from them as I was planning on fitting them to the willys. It will need to be towed. Price is or best offer. I am not interested in trades.”
Someone out to be able to use these.
“Transfer case model T-18 for mb/ gpw jeep.$250.00 obo
Jeep windshield frame new for cj3a 49 to 53 . will also fit all cj2a’s jeeps.$300.00 obo
Ramsey PTO model #pt1-j . $200.00 obo
Trailer canvas with rope kit for M-416 jeep trailer.$150.00 obo”
No pics provided. Seller willing to entertain offers.
“I am listing two Jeeps for my boss. He said to list them for 4500 but he mentioned he would take almost anything for them. He would probably separate them as well.
One is a 1959 with a big lift, and a brand new overhead valve motor rebuilt by Blumenthal’s and never started. No trans or tires.
Body is off frame, dash is out, no windshield etc.
The other is a late 1946. Body is off the frame with a bright yellow paint job. Jeep was painted and never reassembled. Has brand-new set of vintage tires and rims painted to match. Body is off the frame and motor is out. Flathead motor is included but disassembled, with a rebuilt transmission. One axle has been rebuilt and the other is disassembled. A couple of crates of miscellaneous parts new and used will be included, both jeeps have titles, both were running and driving five years ago but have been disassembled and the 59 has set outside. Like I said he told me to list at 4500 but he mentioned he would entertain offers. ”
Listed as a 1944, it looks more like a late ’46, early ’47.
“44 willys jeep needs total restoration about 90 % complete the motor and Trans are rebuilt have extra parts 2500 obo call with questions”
There appears to be value here.
“Assorted parts for a cj2a”
Has some rust holes.
“I have a 1953 willys cj3b that has been in the family awhile but i have to let her go. she has a few rust spots and dents. i hope that she will be restored to proper condition and will be taken care of. i am asking $4,000 for it no trades and i dont need help selling.”
I can’t recall a top with a long narrow window across the back like that. Look like a halftone, yet it doesn’t have a section that fits within the cargo area.
“I believe this is a old metal Jeep top, glass window, surface rust but no holes, if interested call or text only no emails as I am unable to answer them Craigslist is an email. Thanks I was informed this could have came off a vintage Willy’s CJ 5 or a half cab for a CJ7”
UPDATE: Price dropped to $3950.
(03/20/2017) Has a few updates.
“Refurbished classic CJ. Engine rebuilt, cylinders sleeved, and assembled with balanced parts at 10 over. Steering conversion and shackle reversal done by Stage West. Transmission & transfer case rebuilt by National Transmission. 11X2 brake conversion, 4″ Rancho lift, Jacobs electronic ignition, and Advance Adapters chain clutch control. Meyer hardtop and bikini for the summer. Recored radiator, restitched upholstery ( marine grade vinyl ) Durabak truck bed liner in cab, engine bay, and undercarriage. Vintage Warn 8270 winch, alternator conversion and Optima battery. And much more.
All this work was completed in 1999 with 43,000 on the odometer. It now has 51,413. I just don’t drive it enough to keep it. I haven’t driven it in months so the brake cylinders will need attention. Spare transmission and transfer case included at the asking price”
Not a whole lot left on this poor jep.
“1940’s Willys Jeep for parts or complete 5847 Waycross”
UPDATE: Still Available.
(01/082017) A pretty rare late model Canadian M-38A1. Engine looks good, but needs body work at the ver least.
“Selling a 1970 m38a1 CDN 3 military Jeep. I bought it last year to fix up but I have too many projects. It runs good. It will need batteries, fuel tank repaired, body work all the way around. It needs the front passenger side axle shaft replaced as well. The frame is good, needs the rear cross member. Includes the soft top hard ware and metal pieces for doors and side curtains. Comes with a set of nice fenders from a DJ. I have the front seats also. Sold with a bill of sale only as VT does not title vehicles over 15 years old. Located in Colchester, VT. I can get it loaded on your trailer. Cash only, no trades.”
UPDATE: Still Available.
(03/08/2017) For the jeeped who has everything?
“This is a excellent restored custom Jeep! I’m listing this for a friend! He spent many loving hours on this project! It is a frame up build! 2″x4″ frame, diamond plate, etc! It would be an awesome trail or cabin rig! It doesn’t have a title but one could be had if it was to go on the road as a custom restored vehicle I was told! A must see to appreciate the dedicated work that went into this vehicle!”
UPDATE: Still Available.
(08/23/2016) Looks in good shape.
“1952 m38 jeep nice old original jeep runs drives good have rear seat & other parts to go with it has some nos parts on it $10,000”
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $2400. I’m not surprised this one went quick!
Just saw this on facebook. Has rear PTO and Gov.
“this jeep has been in storage for 40 years,has pto w/rear gear box and king sleely governor and correct handle,has 16″ rims,motor is stuck but will try to free it,front floors and windshield frame has minor rust,correct front seats,this jeep has never has a plow on it,solid frame,can still see black paint in area’s,lost title will will give a bill of sale,has both vin tags,#487XX, located in NJ,$2400 NO TEXT /NO BEST OFFER CALLS”