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2 Photos from W.E. Duggar

• CATEGORIES: Features, Old Images, Women & Jeeps

Bob pointed me to these two images taken by SFC W.E. Duggar while stationed at Fort Sill, OK, in 1942 as part of the 1st Infantry Division – Dixie Division, 167th Infantry, 3rd. BN.  The first one is particularly wonderful.

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In Bali, Rudolf Continues to Find WWII Jeeps

• CATEGORIES: Features

Rudolf has found a variety of interesting jeeps for sale in Bali.  Here are pics of an unusual GPW.

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1952 M-38A1 Cool, CA **SOLD**


UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $1500.

Here’s another ‘Cool’ jeep from Cali.

“This is a 1952 Willys Army jeep in need of a restore. It has never been restored. The engine indicates it was rebuilt in occupied Japan. It’s located in Cool, California, half way between Auburn and Placerville in Gold Country. Bring cash and pick up this awesome project car! Here’s a link to some photos: ”

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CJ-2A Top Springfield, Va $100


Not perfect, but a great price.


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Early CJ-3B Lake Winola, Pa $1000


It runs.

“50 something willys cj3b jeep $1000.00 or best offer
has f-head 4cyl. runs good it doesnt have brakes
it would be great for parts or project
call or email put jeep in the email to much spam 570-four66-006seven
no texting no calls after 9pm ”

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1949 CJ-3A Idaho Falls, Id **SOLD**


UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $4000.

This appears solid.

“Very clean, Sheaded, New 4 Cyl. Gas Motor. Well maintained, fold down windshield, Cab, doors, spare tire, tow bar, burns NO oil. Has very low crawling gears. 35,000 mils, 2000 on new motor. no emails,”

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1945 Flattie Santa Ana, Ca **SOLD**


UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $2300.

The jeep appears in solid shape.

“Im selling my 1945 Ford Jeep Baja for $2,300 OBO.  It has a chevy 350 small block running with a 400 trans on it … IF THE POSTING ARE STILL UP I STILL HAVE THEM… FEEL FREE TO CALL”

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1948 CJ-2A Central Nebraska $2800


That appears to be a VEC body.

“For sale a 1948 Willys Jeep. V6 buick engine, Automatic Transmission. 33X12.5 BFG All Terrain tires in good shape. Used for work around the farm. Four wheel drive works good, Hi/Low transfer case. Heavy duty bumpers front and rear, with rear receiver hitch. Front disc brakes only, rear brakes do not exist. Fun vehicle to drive. Email or call 402-two 6 nine-five 6 zero 1.”

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1941 MB? Phoenix, Az $1495


‘A very rare all there classic’?

“1941 willys jeep,brand new tires and shocks ,VERY HEAVY HEAVY DUTY vehicle ,flat head 6 cyl. Kaieser Hurricane engine ,,good even comppresion ,,starts and runs ,,new battery ,12 volt up grade electric system , not much rust ,no frame rust ,barn find ,,open A Z . tittle ,You should be mechanical to buy this Jeep ,And love A very rare all there classic / It is not A dailey driver yet Dick 602 513 1074 ///celll ///or623 581 1497”

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1953 Truck Sheridan, OR **SOLD**

• CATEGORIES: Willys Trucks • TAGS: .

UPDATE:  **SOLD** Was $5000.

Here’s a modified truck with a tilt nose.

“1953 Willys Jeep Pickup. Has a 327 Chevy engine. Turbo 400 transmission. 205 transfer case. Automatic (some steering issues)Ford 9″ rear end. Front disk brakes. (some brake issues) high rise manifold,with new edelbrock carb. RV cam, Chrome plated headers. 39″ Super Swampers(half tread) on 15″x10″ aluminum wheels. Roll bar. Fuel cell. tilt hood, some rust. Needs work. Excellent crawler or custom project for a hard to find classic. Location of Truck is Sheridan Oregon.”

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1958 FC-170 Dodge City, Ks $2500

• CATEGORIES: FC150-FC170-M677 • TAGS: .

UPDATE:  This is now priced at $2500 and listed at (was on eBay)

“Here is a 1958 FC 170 that has been in the shed for 30 yrs.  It was my grandpa’s and he has passed away so now it is up for sale.  I don’t know what year he bought it and i don’t know much about the history except that the last job he used it for was to fix the pasture fence.  I know this because i cleaned out the fence posts and barbed wire.  My mom said he always really loved this truck b/c it was his first four wheel drive.  the last date on the tag is 1980 so i would say that is when he quite driving it.  I got it out a week ago to get it ready to sell.  I blew off the motor, checked the oil and air filter, oiled the pistons, put in a battery, checked for spark, rigged up a small gas tank (i did not was to run any old gas through the carb) and then i turned the key.  It started right up and my brother and i were taking turns driving it around the farm!  this is a cool old truck.  So needless to say the vehicle runs and drives.  I shifted through all the gears in the transmission and it all felt good.  looks like the back seal on the engine is leaking.  the brakes do not work.  tires are old but hold air, one goes down in a day or so.  I can start it for you if you buy it, but i am keeping the battery.  I am not sure of the actual miles on this jeep and i don’t recall what the odometer reads so give me a call and i’ll go look at it.  the bed is pretty rusty, especially in the front and on the side tubes.  the cab looks to be in good shape except for down low on the back sides, see pics.  No rust to speak of around the windshield.  a dent in the front and some other digs and dents around the vehicle, see pics and call if you want more info.  the glass is all good except for passenger window.  If that is not enough info I would be happy to tell you more.  call me, Jake, @ 620-339-0580.  I would like a deposit of $50.00 within 48 hr and and would prefer the remainder in cash.  Please no scams and i can’t tell you what the reserve is.  If you like please bid.”

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1965 CJ-5 Tuxedo Park IV Kingston, Tn **SOLD**


UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $2000

This sure looks in curiously good shape for being parked in tall grass.

“1965 Jeep Tuxedo Park Mark IV Model. Needs restored, engine runs, floor boards rusted out, all parts there.”

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1962 FJ Fleet Van Madison, Tn $4500

• CATEGORIES: FC150-FC170-M677

Runs but needs some work.

“1962 Willis-Jeep Fleevan Rat Rod. Clear Title. Runs but needs some brake work. Was used as a postal vehicle. I had one four years ago with a V8 Chevy engine. Was a great rat rod….real eye catcher, everybody loved it.

The brown rust one listed in pictures is the one that I have for sale. $4,500.00. The blue and white one is the one I had four years ago. Call or txt anytime. Tommy 615-613-8579.”

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1948 CJ-2A Freeport, IL **SOLD**


UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $900.

This looks like a parts jeep.

“I have a 1948 Willys CJ2A for sale. I t could make a good parts Jeep or a good rebuild project. I DO NOT have the title for it, I got the Jeep and just don’t have the time to work on it. I am not sure if the motor runs, but it does have the 4 cyl. engine, both axles, transmission, etc”

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


UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $15,000

“1946 Willys CJ2A
Buick 225 V6, very strong. 100A chrome alt, Holley 390 carb, electric fuel pump, 4:1 power steering gear box.
SM420 transmission with Saturn overdrive.
Dana 18 transfer case
Front axle: Dana 30 with 4.88 gears and ARB lockers
Rear axle: Dana 44 with 4.88 gears, warn axles and ARB lockers
4″ lift.
Custom roll cage.
Tilt steering column.
CJ2B windshield.
Stereo with I-pod hook-up, you need to hear it. CB with firestick antenna.
bikini top.”

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1948 CJ-2A Spring Valley, Mn $950 or OBO


UPDATE:  Still Available

(05/03/2011) There might be some value here.

“For Sale – 1948 CJ2A Willys Jeep. $950 or BEST OFFER.

Additional pictures and info can be requested through:
email –
cell – 508/649-1815

For quickest response please put 1948 in the email subject line, when responding. It helps to weed out the spam.”

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1947 CJ-2A Spiceland, In $2500


UPDATE:  Still Available

(03/21/2011) This looks like it’s restorable.  Unclear if it runs.


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More Images from the McArthur Museum

• CATEGORIES: Features, Old Images, Women & Jeeps

You can view the first group of images here and learn more about their history. he MacArthur Museum of Arkansas Military History in Little Rock, Ar, only exhibits one jeep (shown below), but they do have a variety of WWII Jeep photos in their archive, many of which include captions.  Here are 9 of them.  The photos are part of the Allison Collection of World War II Photographs, the captions of which come from the ACME wire service.

The caption for the image below is: Yanks Hunt Eggs (CQ) in France
France—Holding a lettered board written in French and meaning “have you any eggs?” two Yanks ride in a Jeep and hope for a positive answer from French girls in the city of Rumegies, France. Driver and sign holder is Pvt. Maury Sanders of Corinth, Miss. The other Yank, Pvt. Albert Frank, Burlington, VA., looks on.  Credit: Army radiotelephoto from ACME.

The Caption for the image below is: On one of the most dramatic journeys recorded in the annals of the war, so far, Lt. Gen. Joseph W. Stillwell, at the head of a band of 114 Americans, Burmese nurses, Chinese, Indians, Britons and Anglo-Indians, covered 140 grueling miles on their retreat from Wuntho, Burma, which began on May 4th, 1942. For days the band struggled through the torturous heat of the dense malaria-infested swamps and jungles of Burma, to reach the banks of the Uyu River, where they were forced to abandon the few Jeeps and trucks they had, to proceed on home-made rafts, down the river to the Chindwin and Thenge to Imphal on the Indian frontier. They arrived at their destination, Dinjan, India with only a few cases of malaria and heat exhaustion. Considering what they had been through, their journey was remarkably successful. Here, in a series of 25 official U.S. Army photos, just arrived from India, the story of the retreat is graphically presented.  New York Bureau
This bridge was repaired by the Chinese on time, and Major General Franklin C. Sibert, starts ahead of the first Jeep in the column.
Credit: (U.S. Army Photo from ACME)

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Cavalry Man Jumping a Jeep

• CATEGORIES: Features, Old Images

A writer, and ‘recovering ranch girl’, named Tamara Linse wrote a nice bit of history about the 115th Cavalry Horse Mechanized, which was a National Guard unit from Wyoming that served in WWII.

She notes that early resources were scare.  She writes, “The 115th Cavalry was activated nine months before war was officially declared. The entire 115th Cavalry Regiment, all 1,086 men, was inducted into federal service on February 24, 1941, the day they boarded a train for Fort Lewis, Washington.

Like all wartime training facilities, Fort Lewis was unprepared for the influx of soldiers. The men trained with stove pipes for cannons, sticks and brooms for rifles, and jeeps marked “TANK” for enemy armored vehicles. Aircraft used sacks of flour for bombs.”

She also mentions that while some soliders were excited to see the new jeeps, motorcyles, and other mechanized vehicles, other soliders would only give up their horses when you pulled their reins from their (I hesitate to say cold, dead) hands.

In the article, she includes an image, courtesy of the Wyoming State Archives, which shows a horse jumping a jeep.  You can check out the entire article here. You might also like to read why/how Men are Like Plants.

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1954 CJ-3B Los Alamos, NM **SOLD**


UPDATE: Was $1000. **SOLD**

Engine frozen and body rusted.

“54 CJ3b Has not run since 1978. Engine does not turn over. Body is badly rusted where channels are located. No title. Great restoration project. Nearly complete. Missing one hood latch and part of the turn signal switch as far as I know (probably missing a few other minor parts I don’t know about). The drive train appears complete and original. Has lock out hubs, hardtop, heater, vacuum brake booster, vacuum windshield wiper. Has 47,300 miles on odometer. Located in Los Alamos, New Mexico. If I was restoring it, I would probably buy a new body for it. The frame looks good for restoration.”

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1944 GPW & 1947 CJ-2A Fountain Valley, Ca $6900


The GPW body does not appear to be original.

“For Sale 2 Vehicle combo deal or sold individually
$6900 if you buy both together
1944 Ford GPW Jeep $5,900 OBO
1947 Willys CJ-2A Jeep $2,300 OBO

1944 Ford–great attention getter
Very Rare
Early model small block Chevy 283 (58-62)
4bbl Edelbrock carb
Early model 4bbl Corvette intake manifold (57-61)
Runs good
3 speed manual transmission
4 wheel drive
Clean California title and current registration

1947 Willys CJ-2A Very original
Engine “Go-Devil” L-Head 4 cylinder
not currently running
3 speed manual transmission
4 wheel drive
Very dry body with some rust in storage compartment under passenger seat
Sold with bill of sale
Not registered in about 30 years out of DMV System
Great parts vehicle or restoration project

More Pics at:
call 714 746-4010″

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1962 DJ-3A Surrey Riverside, CA **SOLD**


UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $200

It needs some repairs, but looks solid otherwise.

“Tub is from a 62 DJ3a surrey gala. has some damage and is missing some firewall and floor. Very close to a cj3a Tub, but no tailgate like wwii mb/gpw.”

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1946 CJ-2A Sultan, WA **SOLD**


UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $2850.

This might be a nice rig.  It includes an overdrive.

“I’m will let this go at a reasonable offer I do not need it. I got it from my step brother a while back (long story) anyway, it was in Idaho. I haven’t figured out everything that it has yet but this is what I know, 289 rebuilt engine out of a 64’ Ford Mustang, RV cam, Cobra intake and valve covers, headers 4 sp with and 3 stick T-case, one is the warn overdrive, possi front and rear, 44 rear axle, 25 front axle. I have the windshield and will be installing it this weekend. I can send more pictures if needed.”

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1952 CJ-3A Elbow Lake, Mn $1600


This might be worth a look.

“this is a very nice jeep ,it runs and drives , needs a little body work , it has all new brakes , including the mastercylinder and lines and hoses shoes and wheel cylinders , i rebuilt the steering sector , it has a new windshield , the tires need replacing , call steve , 218-770-1537”

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1948 CJ-2A Canon City, CO **SOLD**


UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $900

“Was my Grandpa’s Jeep and passed down to me. It has been stored outside without running for the past 10+ years, but did run prior to that. Need to sell so make an offer! Great parts car or project.”