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Year? Wagon San Luis Obispo, CA **SOLD**

• CATEGORIES: Willys Wagons

UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $700

It’s got keys!

“1960s jeep willys doesnt run but does have keys and engine is in tact. 700 or best offer!”

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1946 CJ-2A Kingman, AZ **SOLD**


UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $750.

It’s a project.

“Have 1946 willy Jeep, this project car is a part, rolling chassis, engine, body and miscellaneous parts. Was going to restore, but lost interest in other activities.”


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1945 MB Stockton, Ca $2500


It’s missing the engine and tranny at the moment.

“1945 Willy’s Flat fender Jeep. Clear title. Setup for 302 Ford V-8. Power steering. No engine or trans. Some suspension mods, upgraded axles, rollbar. I have a late model GM four speed standard transmission and 208 transfer case for a little more! Possible cash and trades. No lowballers! More photos on request ( be specific). Gary 209 481-5557”

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1957 CJ-6 Salt Lake City, Ut $2500


Seems a bit high for a vehicle with no motor.  No pics provided.

“1957 willys – jeep cj6… no motor . call for details Chris 801-949-5804 I also have some cj5 cj7 jeep scrambler cj8 parts for sale.”

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1947 CJ-2A Antelope Valley, Ca $2000


UPDATE:  Price dropped to $2000

(01/23/2012) This has a Bobcat hood.

“willy jeep new 350 chevy engine dana rear ends munzi car 4 speed over drive positrac rear end 4×4 all hooked up roll cage tilt wheel nice rims tow hitch high performance intake and carburater new clutch just needs to be finished wont take to much. the sides of the body have been diamond plated put together well. when finished this jeep will be tops 2,000 obo call 661-202-5733 rich.”

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1947 CJ-2A Kokomo, In $1500


UPDATE:  Still Available

(10/16/2011) There may be some value here.

“Been in garage for 20 yrs. Needs restored. Comes with snowblade. 1500 or trade. Will trade for 1956 Ford pickup or panel truck…doesn’t have to run looking to restore..(765)461- 4304 cell (765) 457-1554”

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1945 MB Orange County, CA **SOLD**


UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $7500.

(01/19/2012This has a few patches on the rear.

Continue reading

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1945 MB Houston, TX **SOLD**


UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $2200

(10/25/2011) This has some issues.

“Engine runs great. Transmission works, but has to be held in 3rd. Needs brakes and lines. Also needs seats. I started removing all the welded on stuff and non military parts. I don’t have time for this project anymore. Has the data plates. No title.  I don’t check email that often so call for more information”

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1946 CJ-2A Hughson, Ca **SOLD**


UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $7300

(09/09/2011) This flattie with plenty of updates also has a louvered hood.

“1946 willys jeep, 327 chevy motor, sm420 trans, dana 20 transfer case with twin stick kit, newer dana 30 front and 44 rear axles, spool in rear axle. new 33×12.50-15 mud tires on 15×10 aluminum wheels, full cage, bikini top, power steering, 20 gallon stainless fuel cell, high back bucket seats, HD radiator, tow bar… everything works perfect, runs and drives great, very dependable, i use it as a daily driver in the summer, just looking to move on to the next toy. be the perfect hunting rig this fall, this jeep will go anywhere you desire… asking”

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1960 CJ-3B Fremont, IN $2800


UPDATE:  **SOLD** Was $2800.

(12/04/2011) It runs … but the body doesn’t appear saveable (to me).

“It RUNS, but it is rusty! There is a plow and a top for it, I will sell those separately or 2,800 for all. Great winter project!!! If you have any questions call Martin at (260)316-2114”

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Great old Jeep Sign at Brileya’s Chrysler Jeep Dealership

• CATEGORIES: Advertising & Brochures, Features, Unusual • TAGS: .

Rikk shared a picture of a great old lighted sign that still hangs at Brileya’s Chrysler Jeep Dealership, 1253 US Route 7, North Rutland, Vt.  It still works and  flashes between blue, pink, and white.  So check it out the next time you are in Vermont.


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Flickr Photo of a CJ-3B


I spotted this 3B the other day.  Parked when running perhaps?

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1946 VEC? CJ-2A Cordes Lakes, AZ **SOLD**


UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $7500.

This has a column shifter and something unusual on the back. It appears to be a combo capstan and drum winch?  You tell me.

“1946 Willys Jeep-
3 speed on column
6 volt positive ground
Stock L4-134 flathead
700×16 military tires
PTO wench w/ free running capstan
Matching numbers on frame and body
Rear seat w/out seat cushion
Fairly new soft top
Roll bar out but included
Only rust on vehicle is on steps of flat fenders and inside under seat toolbox
Have new window rubber and wood hood blocks, though never installed

Complete motor out of a 1943?
Aluminum hard top fits military (2″ shorter window frame) Top has glass window, but doors have sliding plexiglass
2 spare tires and 1 rim”

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1959 CJ-5 Myrtle Beach, SC **SOLD**


UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $7500.

Buz forwarded this nice looking CJ-5.

“This little jeep came from the dry desert & was a 95% rust free vehicle before total restoration began. It has the original 4cyl inline engine that runs like a top. I have more pics that
I can email upon request.
Or you’re welcome to call for appt & come out to my house & take a look for yourself.
$7500. (May consider some sort of sa trade-in, if that’ll help you)
It would cost over $10k to get this professional type work done on this jeep if you were to hire it out. It looks better than new in every aspect, including under the hood.”

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1946 CJ-2A & 1952 Parts CJ-3A Fresno, CA **SOLD**


UPDATE: **SOLD** Was Make Offer

“For sale or trade with cash

1646 CJ2A and a 1952 CJ3A parts car

The 46 has a 283 Chevy V8 with power steering and Warren over drive, 2″

frame lift. Alot of new wiring already complete.
The 52 offers body parts, extra axels, 3 speed transmission and transfer

case, radiator, etc. Also have an extra long block Chevy V8 that can go with

the deal.

The 46 needs carb. work or throw on the extra rochester 4 bbl. There is a

hole in the bottom of the radiator that needs to be fixed or install the extra

one. Fuel line from filter to fuel pump needs to be replaced, and it needs a

new keyed ignition( $10?)

46 is on a non op. with no fees owed, 52 has no papers will give a bill of


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1947? CJ-3B Twin Falls, Id **Status Unknown**


UPDATE: Was $14,000. **Status Unknown**

hmmm .. a ‘1947’ CJ-3B with a ford engine for $14,000. . . .

“1947 WILLYS JEEP All original metal cab, 3 speed transmission, NEW Engine- Totally Rebuilt 4 Cylinder Overhead Ford, This rebuild cost me $4,000. New Drive line, New Radial Tires. The body is straight!! No Dents Or Dings….. This jeep also has a tow bar so you are able to take it anywhere. There is not anything wrong with this jeep, it runs great and can get you just about anywhere. I am only selling it because i do not have any use for it.”

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1942 Flattie Fresno, CA **SOLD**


UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $4300

Someone needs there Sawzall license revoked.

“1942 Willys Jeep. 4X4 war time jeep converted into rock climber. 350 cid Chevy V8, new oversized tires.  Rewired for 12 volt, new brakes. Great off road hunting or rock climbing vehicle! $4300 OBO.  Contact by phone only, no emails or texts accepted.”

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1946 CJ-2A Gap, Pa **SOLD**


UPDATE:  This sold quickly; unfortunately, it wasn’t sold to Bill.

No pics provided.

“1946 jeep willys for sale rebuild project motor as been done got 1900.00 in motor trans and transfer case redone”

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1962 Wagon Surprise, Az $4000

• CATEGORIES: Willys Wagons • TAGS: , .

This looks solid.

“This is a 1962 oldie but goodie! This jeep is a classic and runs! This willys has a 305 chevy motor, bell housing and clutch in it. This is from the 60’s so its not 100% cosmetically perfect, but it does have a newer paint job and newer interior. This jeep also has the wood flooring inside. Once again this jeep runs and is ready to go where ever you may need it to go. Dont be affraid to offer need to sell her. $4000 obo

Call 602-756-8389
call or text 623-533-9435”

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1945 MB Chelmsford, Ma $450


UPDATE:  Price dropped to $450

(01/07/2012) This may be worth a look.  The front horns look original.

“Selling a 1945 Willys military Jeep. Good for parts, or restoration. No engine, transmission, or transfer case. No title, it was last registered in Vermont in the 1960s, where it was used as a farm vehicle.”

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Highly modified CJ-3B with Parkette Body on Stacey David’s Video

• CATEGORIES: Features, videos • TAGS: , .

Roberto forwarded this.  I’m not sure how old the show is, but this build has been around a few years.  You can see many more pics of it here.

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1950 CJ-3A Albuquerque, NM **SOLD**


UPDATE: This jeep was sold on eBay.

The jeep looks great.  The seller has plenty to share.

“Hi, I purchased this Willy’s from a gentleman in Texas who performed an approximate 3 year, nut and bolt, frame off restoration on it. As far as I can tell from the paper work, and speaking with the previous owner, this vehicle has always been in Texas up until now. I have a photo file of over 2,500 images on three compact discs that contain every aspect of the restoration, as well as a meticulously kept journal of hand written notations, and a box of receipts totaling well over $20,000. I have included 12  images of the restoration in process prior to my purchasing it, as well as 12 images of how it appears today. Every single part of this Willy’s has been disassembled and either rebuilt, renewed or replaced (for full disclosure I should mention that I’ve noticed the rubber boot on the shifter and a couple other rubber bits show some age). Every part, including the motor, transmission, drive drain, suspension, complete electrical system….. has been rebuilt. I can provide you with a before and after image (and receipt) of practically any and every part on this jeep. The entire vehicle was taken down to bare metal, primed with a rust inhibiting primer and painted. No corners were cut and no expense spared. This was obviously a passion and not a money making venture for this man. I have owned it for about a year and half now. When I received the jeep it had an oil leak coming from the main tranny seal. When the restoration was done, an original felt seal was used and they are notorious for leaks. I replaced the transmission with a new, rebuilt T-90, and installed a new rubber, steel spring main seal. When driven around town, only a tiny drop or two will leak from the seal when it is parked,  but when driven off road it will leak a bit more. Maybe a tablespoon’s worth. Other than that, the jeep starts, drives, shifts and performs strong. Only 850 miles have been put on the Willy’s since the restoration (see odometer)  and only 300 on the tranny. There are only a few flaws I would like to mention. One is that the fuel gauge works intermittently, mostly it reads empty. On occasion, with no rhyme or reason, it will kick in. The headlight switch works, but sometimes requires that you push it in and out a few times before the lights come on. Once they are on, they stay on until you put the switch in the off position. On the neck of the radiator, where the cap locks on, the seal will leak some fluid. But again, only when driving off road and it doesn’t amount to much. other than that, this Willy’s is pretty much bullet proof. They are fun to drive around town and climb like you wouldn’t believe. What you see in the pictures, aside from a few spare parts, receipts, repair and owner’s manuals is what you get. I do not have a top for it. All original and hard to find parts were used in the restoration, from the turn signal switch, to the horn and side steps. It retains it’s original 6 volt charging system. Once again, rebuilt generator, new regulator and battery. If you are interested in entering and winning any beauty contests with this jeep, this is not the one for you. All the body work was completed without the use of body filler. Although at first glance it appears show quality, with a closer look you can see where body repairs were performed, welds made and sanded. Areas on the hood which had had rust were not filled in, just treated and painted leaving evidence of past pitting. The good news is, is that there is now ZERO rust on this jeep and it is straight and solid as can be, no reason it won’t be around another 62 years. I hate to be selling it, but our family is moving to Los Angeles and I don’t see having much use for it there. …. see ebay add for additional info”

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Jeep Toy and Truck Livonia, Mi **SOLD**


UPDATE: **SOLD** Was on eBay.

This is a cool pair.


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2 Flatfenders Chillicothe, OH **SOLD**


UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $2500.

Estate sale items with no titles.  One body is fiberglass the other is supposed to be MB/GPW, but looks civilian to me.  They have to go.  Price will drop.

“Hi, I am looking to sell my 2 willys jeeps. The blue one as shown in the picture’s is a 1946. It does have a 4 cyl motor (doesn’t run) although it is not locked up. It has a fiber glass body also except for the hood and the front grill.

The other jeep is the green one as pictured, and it is a 1943 all metal body.
It does not have a motor or tans but I do have a 6 cyl super sonic with trans that goes with it.

Neither of the jeeps have title’s due to being lost in the estate although they are cleared to be sold.”

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1947 CJ-2A Grand Rapids, Mi **SOLD**


UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $9900.

It’s a little less than original, but looks in great condition.

“We are pleased to present this restored 1947 Willys Overland CJ-2A, originally manufactured in Toldedo, OH. This classic civilian version of the famous WWII Jeep MB was completely rebuilt in 1983 and has less than 10,000 miles recorded since. This Willys is period correct, to our knowledge, in every facet besides being converted to a 12V from a 6V. It is powered by the numbers matching 4-Cylinder Flathead, known historically as the “Go Devil,” which produced 60hp at 4,000rpm and 105lb-ft at 2,000rpm. The transmission is a Borg-Warner T-90A1 that is a 3-speed manual and floor shifted. The transfer case is twin stick and gear driven, known as a Dana/Spicer 18. Produced from 1941 to 1971, this transfer case is known for its strength, reliability, and ease of maintenance. This CJ also features an aftermarket CD player and sound system. The first production of the civilian versions began after the war in July of 1945 and ended sometime in 1949. Examples like this well-restored CJ-2A are hard to come by in this condition – the majority of them have not survived the test of time, wear and tear. We are confident this Willy will deliver smiles and satisfaction to its new owner. It comes with doors, supports and top; however, more fun to drive and ride in with them left in the garage. This classic example will not be here long at the price offered so call or e-mail today.”