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1947 CJ-2A Brandon, Ms $2300


No pics provided.

“i have a 1947 willys jeep for trade or sell i just want something new the bad its 60 years old and needs radiator only major problems i just want something new or will sell just lemme know what you got call or text for questions 601 941 9421”

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1947 CJ-2A Naples, FL **SOLD**


UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $500.

Needs work ….

“Jeep is a barn find ready for restoration. Front end ,rear end ,trans., and transfer case.”

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1948 CJ-2A Houston, Tx $350


No pics provided.

“1948 Willys cj2a includes tub, frame, some steering gear, gas tank, gauges, pedals, brakes and some other pieces. Has a front bull bars and a rear bumper with tow hitch. Tub is straight, firewall and floors are good, bottoms past rear of door need repair. Frame is solid apart from stress crack near front spring- usual place for these from offroad use. Its been on road and used till recently. Axles and wheels/tires not included and no tranny/transfer case.  $350 firm price”

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1949 CJ-2A Parkette Body Buckley, Wa $1599


UPDATE:  Price dropped to $1599

(07/24/2011) This might be worth a look. It runs, too.  It appears a bit hacked up.  I’m very curious about the headlight bezels.  Those look unusual.  It has a bobcat hood.

“CJ5 frame
Parkeet fiberglass body
Buick 225 odd fire V6
Dana 44’s locked
racing seats
runs good
needs TLC
253-224-9450 no texting please”

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1946 CJ-2A Palmer, AK **SOLD**


UPDATE:  Was $7500. **SOLD**

Another jeep for sale for all the Alaska readers out there.  That makes two this month!

“I have a 1946 willys jeep runs good soft top warn winch sell for 7500 or trade for motor home call”

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1953 Truck Northridge, Ca $4000

• CATEGORIES: Willys Trucks • TAGS: .

Mark has this listed over at

“I was recently willed my brother’s 1953 Willys pick up. I restored it for him about 15 years ago and he drove it occasionally around town in June Lake, CA. It is pretty much stock, except that I converted the electrical to 12 volts and installed a stereo and CB radio. It runs fine and I just drove it in a 4Th of July parade. I did discover that it now leaks oil from the front transfer case seal. The paint job is showing signs of neglect and is peeling on some of the edges.

It has a 4 cyl F4-134 engine and a 3 speed manual transmission w/ 2 speed transfer case. I replaced the 6 volt generator with a 12 volt alternator. All new wiring was installed along with 12 volt lights. I added turn signals w/emergency flasher. The radio is a 50 watt Pioneer AM/FM stereo with cassette player. The CB is a Uniden that has been “tweeked & peaked” to 7 watts. As far as I know, the speedometer has always worked in the 30+ years that he owned it, but it only shows 07161 miles. That could be accurate, as it was parked outside at his vacation cabin and infrequently used. If anyone is interested, I also have a 6 cyl Willys engine, transmission, front & rear ends that could be included for a few extra bucks. I would have to try to identify the engine & year of it and the rest.    $4000   Currently it is Northridge, CA (Los Angeles)    Richard   phone 818-886-5730.”

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1948 Jeepster Dewey, AZ **SOLD**

• CATEGORIES: Jeepster • TAGS: , .

UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $3800

(04/30/2011) This might not be a bad price, but it would be nice to really know if it runs.

“This is a 1948 willy’s jeepster!It is in great shape and ready to be restored! very clean car.was running when it was parked. has been stored in a garage with fluids drained. tires are still in good shape also and hold air with no leaks. please call to come take a look at this beautiful car! $3800 O.B.O.”

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1961 Truck Rocky Ford, CO **SOLD**


UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $13,500.

“1961 Jeep Willys Pickup, serial number 55268-64738. The title is clean and in my possession.

It is powered by a Ford 302 small block V8. The engine is used but starts and runs nicely. The three speed transmission and transfer case are original. The four wheel drive works great. There is an aftermarket overdrive installed and it will cruise at highway speeds. The rims are aftermarket chrome-alloy and the tires are barely used.

Mechanical updates include: power brakes, electrical engine fan, new fuel tank, and dual exhaust with cherry bombs. The steering is still original but has been overhauled including a new steering wheel. The bed is lined with Herculiner roll on bed liner. The interior is restored with new upholstery, rubber flooring, and door panels. The door and floor panels are new and made out of an oak veneer.

The carburetor needs a tune up and the suspension is sagging and needs updated. There is a crack in the top corner of the driver’s side window. If the battery is not unplugged after driving it will drain over long periods of time. The paint is in decent condition with only minor scratches and chips. Rust is minimal. ”

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1942 MB Willamina, Or $800


UPDATE:  Still Available

(04/12/2011) “The motor has been pulled it did run but has been sitting on the shop floor. May trade for a banshee that needs work. Call or text 503-437-5779.”

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1949 CJ-3A Los Angeles, Ca $1500


UPDATE:  Price now $1500.

(07/28/2011) This appears to have an overdrive. The body looks pretty good too.  I think there is plenty of value here.

“willing to talk about price. call 562 964 8405 old and want to get rid of it.”

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Gerald’s Family is Ready for the Bantam Festival

• CATEGORIES: Event, Features

Gerald is all ready for the Bantam Festival.  Note that I will be riding with him in spirit, as he will have a picture of me and Biscuit on or near his jeep.  So, stop on by, say hello, and get your picture taken with my picture. 🙂

Gerald writes, “We had my Dad’s 46 (red), Brother’s 48 (blue) and my 63 (cj3b) all in the same place for the first time.  My brother also has a 50 M-38 to add but here’s the 3 at the Butler Farm show with a couple other flat fenders from our club.”

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1950 CJ-3A Air Force? Troy, NY $**SOLD**

• CATEGORIES: CJ-3A, Fire/Police/Industry Vehicles, Unusual • TAGS: , .

UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $3000.

Norm spotted this ad.  The jeep has an interesting hardtop and unusual back.  It appears well done.  Does anyone know if the airforce owned or had other CJ-3As like this?

“airforce, toolbox, on wheels, very rare, many new parts, $3000 Troy, NY”

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1960 FC-170 Pueblo, Co **SOLD**

• CATEGORIES: Camping, FC150-FC170-M677, Unusual

UPDATE: **SOLD** Was on eBay.

The camper isn’t original to the FC, but fits pretty well I think.

“This is a forward control FC-170 (1-ton) that has a camper built on the back.  It was converted to a camper sometime in the early seventies.  The interior of the camper has new paint, counters and cushions. It makes into two double beds and two single so it sleeps a total of six. Has original 1950s propane stove with an oven (there is a normal removable propane tank in an exterior compartment).  Gas and DC lights, ice box and sink.  The water tank has been removed but there is a place underneath to mount a tank.  The engine was changed at some point and replaced with a 302 Ford V-8.  The engine fires up and sounds good.  The truck drives fine but has been parked for quite some time.  I purchased from the person who had built the camper and had owned it for many years.  He had used it for camping with the family and hunting but not in recent years due to his age.  There is an overdrive unit that goes with the vehicle but needs to be repaired and was removed.  I was told by the previous owner that the windshield was recently replaced and it does appear to have been.  The tires are pretty old and hard.  There is also a set of black spoked 15″ rims are included. There is also a box of misc. gaskets and parts included.  The truck has quite a bit of power with the V-8 and would probably get up just about anywhere and has plenty of clearance.  There were not many of these trucks made and they have become very collectible.  As you can see from the photos the paint is faded but there does not appear to be any serious corrosion anywhere.”

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Stuart seeks some original GPW seats in North Carolina

• CATEGORIES: wanted

Stuart writes, “I am in need of proper, adequate, if not original seating situation for the “front” of my 43 gpw. As you may be able to see from the pics below, someone has “bubba’d” the driver’s seat and stretched it about 10 inches. I understand the passenger seat isn’t correct either. What i do have to trade or sell to someone is a purpose fabricated roll cage w/ bucket seats, a full width rearview mirror and a console/armrest/cooler/cup holders (not shown) that fits between the center rails.”

You can email Stuart at shogan004 [at]

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1946 CJ-2A Oconto, WI **SOLD**


UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $500

This looks like a good price.

“1946 willys needs work, it sat for 20 years, and i need to pay bills 500”


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1948 CJ-2A Queensbury, NY **SOLD**


UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $775.

There is some value here.

“1948 CJ2A PROJECT for sale. Needs motor, however frame is solid and tub can salvaged. This is a good starting point for someone wanting to build an old JEEP. This is a 63 year old vehicle with tyical rust needing a full rebuild. Serious buyers only. No tire kickers Please! $775 OBO”

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Tugger: The Jeep 4 x 4 Who Wanted to Fly Trailer

• CATEGORIES: Features, videos

UPDATE:  Brian reports the Tugger is now at NetFlix.  Also, it appears Tugger now has his own website.


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1947 CJ-2A Richmond, Va $8750


UPDATE:  **SOLD** Was $8750.

The paint job appears unusual.

“1947 Willys CJ2A Jeep, Excellent condition and meticulously maintained and cared for, this CJ-2A with a ’90’s restoration has been garage kept during its life with the present owner (30 years). Bodywork condition and paint quality are superior. Since restoration, the Jeep is only used to cruise the neighborhood and farm, with an occasional trip to town. This CJ-2A is currently equipped with a “universal” one-piece replacement windshield (instead of the two piece original). The original flathead four engine had a partial rebuild and starts effortlessly and runs well. The electrical system is 6-volt. Everything functions except the fuel gauge or sending unit (scheduled to be the next project to tackle, but have not made it there yet – a paint paddle works adequately well!). The current tires are slightly oversized, but have substantial tread remaining. An original, matching rear seat is included as are a small assortment of spare parts. Ready to show or just bump around in, this Jeep offers a lot in originality and quality!”

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1947 CJ-2A Pearland, TX **SOLD**


UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $1750.

An unusual hunting jeep even for Texas.

“1947 Willis Jeep. No tittle. Great for mudding. Has good condition mudding tires. 350 motor, standard, 4×4 and low and high gears. Great for ranching.”


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2 1946 CJ-2As Waterbury, Ct **SOLD**


UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $1700.

The were first used in “WW2 and Korea”?  I’m thinking eWillys should start an educational book drive drive to collect and donate books to the historically needy.

( 2) 1946 Willy’s Jeeps CJ-2A one is a military version with a rear Power take off .it has a 6′ snow Plow hitch and a half cab with doors .
The other one is a civlian model also with a 6′ plow hitch These are the REAL Jeeps The jeeps that started it all.
They were first used in WW 2 & Korea.
Also this the Jeep that you see on the T.V. show M.A.S.H.
These are the Jeeps that the old Veterans drive in the parades.
Free Delivery in Waterbury Area.
I Will only sell them as apair with all the extra parts and you have to come to my yard to see them I’m looking for $1700.00″

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Year? CJ-2A Sharpsburg, Ga $3500


A Rat Rod?  I’m thinking Jalopy maybe.

“For sale a great start on a rat rod 1941 willys all steel jeep. This jeep has a mustang 2 front with rack and pinion steering and disc brakes. Has the mustang 2.3 with c4 automatic and mustang rear. The body is in great shape for the age very very little rust. With very little work this jeep could go to the next level all the hard work is done, its a driver turn key as it is. Price is pretty firm buy now before i put new rims and prime flat black.”

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1951 M-38 Lakeland, Fl $4500


New rope included on bumper.

“Willy’s 1951 jeep for sale $4500 firm. No trades! In good condition, but burns a little oil. Included is one brand new alternator, misc. seals and gaskets, and a full steel hard top manufactured in early 50s for this model jeep that includes doors and glass. Serious inquiries can contact Josh at 863-608-4829.”

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1950 CJ-3A Eastern Iowa, $3000


No pics provided.

“1950 CJ3 Runs awesome. New water pump. Decent tires. 4×4 works great. Civilian Jeep painted like an army jeep. Some rust in floors but not much at all. New brake pads master cylinder and wheel cylinders. Converted to 12 volt with generator. Nice jeep to tool around in or use for hunting. Come take a look. E-mail for pics and info.”

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1952 CJ-3A Kansas City, Mo $2400


Needs work, but unclear what work.

“I have a ’52 CJ-3A that I don’t have time to work on and I need the garage space.

Runs, clean title, not licensed. Needs work but would make someone a great project.

Engine: V8 – 289
New gas tank
New Fuel Pressure Sending Unit
New Starter solenoid
New Clutch Slave Cylinder
Radiator has been repaired
Does not come with a battery but there is one in it for now.

Gray seats are out of a old Mitsubishi Eclipse. They come with the jeep if you want them.

I have more pictures.


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1961 Mighty Mite Hartford, Ct Make Offer

• CATEGORIES: Mighty Mites

It needs work.

“I am selling my 1961 Jeep Mighty Mite. It is in very restorable condition and has very little rust. Possibly one of the most hi-tech Jeeps ever built, the Might Mite remains a little known enigma. The power plant of this little beast was an all aluminum air cooled V-4 engine. The engine was built by Wisconsin engine under contract for AMC. The 108ci engine would run on 80 octane fuel and would produce 55hp at 3600 RPM and 90 lb-ft at 2-3000 rpm. The engine drew air into the carburetors through intakes mounted on the side of the Jeep back by the cowl and often would have snorkels attached to give the Jeep a better fording depth. The engine had a mechanical fan that drew air through the front of the Jeep and over the engine while the exhaust gases were actually routed through the tubular frame and out a rear mounted tail pipe to expel the gasses from the chassis. The power from the engine was then routed through a 4 speed transmission with a “granny” ultra low first gear. Mated to the back of the transmission was a sort of splitter box to route power to the front with the flip of a switch. This box did not have a low range like many transfer cases do but it did have a sort of limited slip differential built into it to make sure that the power went to the axle that could use it. The splitter box did have a lever that had to be used to engage the front axle, other wise the vehicle operated in rear wheel drive. From there power went out to all aluminum Dana 27 center sections that were fitted with 5:38 gears and Power Loc limited slips at both ends. This impressive combination made the little Mite hard to get stuck off road. The brakes on this system were mounted in board up by the differentials instead of out at the ends of the axle and for it’s time this was very revolutionary. The power was fed through the center sections down to the wheels by CV style shafts which entered knuckles that were attached to the swing arm by a kin pin style knuckle. This design made the turning radius on the already very short vehicle super tight. The swing arms are supported by an odd suspension design that uses quarter elliptical springs to control the frame mounted spring arms. The springs are attached with u-bolts to the swing arms and then attached at the frame by shackles to allow the spring to flatten out at it flexes. The design is very effective if not some what unorthodox.

Today these little Jeeps are very rare and are not seen very often but if you are lucky enough to stumble across one, be sure to check it out and see what all the fuss was about! I have attached two images of my vehicle in it’s current condition as well as two images of a fully restored Mighty Mite for reference. I can be reached at 8609442659 anytime.”