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1946 CJ-2A (with GPW body) Grapeview, TX **SOLD**


UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $750.

I can’t tell how good the body is.

“1946 CJ 2a with a world war II Ford GPW body tub. Jeep was on a deer lease since the 1970’s in central texas. NO TITLE. I had it running and it moved under it’s own power but it doesn’t run very well. Needs complete restoration or use as parts. Rusty floor boards. Tires are shot but will hold air and can load on your trailer. Good for parts or if you are so inclined could be restored. Frame is in good shape, body is restorable. Comes with four 16″ wheels and tires. also, it only comes with the drivers seat. Email with questions.”

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1960 CJ-5 Richmond, Ky **Status Unknown**


UPDATE: Was listed at $1050.  Status Unknown.

(02/28/2011) Looks like a find jeep for the price.

“This is a good running, shifting, Willys 4×4. Good brakes and clutch, decent top. This vehicle has some minor rust, but the frame is solid. Tires are good. Overall rides and drives good. There is no title.”

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1960 FC-150 Whitsett, NC **SOLD**

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

UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $3995

(06/18/2010) I don’t see much rust.

“4 cycle overhead valve Rare Collectors item runs great.”

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1964 M-170 Salt Lake City, Ut $3500


UPDATE: Price dropped to $3500

(03/06/2010) Brent spotted this rare M-170 …. even rarer that it’s been slightly modded.

“1964 M170 Ambulance. This is the military version of a CJ-6. It came out of Nevada and is RUST FREE. It has a Chevy Small Block 350 engine, chrome headers, M/T valve covers, dual exhaust, Warn Overdrive Unit, after market bucket seats, new VDO gauges, new battery, chrome rims, and bigger tires. This is a very rare Jeep with only 4000 to 5000 ever made. $4,500.00

The M170 (MDA) is basically a stretched M38A1. Only 4155 were produced between the mid-1950s and the early 1960s. They were used as ambulances. The production information available for these vehicles suggests a much more limited production run.

Drive Train
The M170 was available with the “Hurricane” F-Head 134 I4 engine, T-90 3 speed transmission, Dana 18 transfer case, Dana 25 front axle, and Dana 44 rear axle.”

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1942 GPW NC **SOLD**



“This is a 1942 Ford GPW Army Jeep with the script body. This jeep was delivered to the military on July 21, 1942”

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Cool Photo by Robert Wesley Stone

• CATEGORIES: Artists/Drawings, Features

I found this great black and white shot of an MB taken by Robert Wesley Stone at Flickr.

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1958 CJ-5 Sheridan, WY **SOLD**


UPDATE:  **SOLD** Was $1800.

Needs battery, but apparently runs.

“1958 Jeep Willys. 4 cyl. 3 stick transmission.3 sp w/rev. High/low. 4whl dr/2whl dr. needs battery and tune up. Has been kept inside. 24,100 miles. E mail for more info”

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1947 Wagon Lake Stevens, WA **SOLD**

• CATEGORIES: Willys Wagons • TAGS: , .

UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $3000

(09/02/2010) This looks good, except for what appears to be some damage near the rear wheel on the driver’s side.

“Two wheel drive station wagon. 4 cylinder 3-speed with overdrive. New bronze glass, new brakes and wheel cylinders, new chrome wheels and tires. Runs great. Nice original Jeep. Doug”


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1950 Jeepster Westchester, Ny **SOLD**

• CATEGORIES: Jeepster • TAGS: .

UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $2800.

The rust appears limited.

“1950 Willys Overland Jeepster Convertable. 4 cylinder flat head engine. Car is a restoration project. Last registered 1995 and has been garaged ever since. Currently not running because gas tank has been removed due to a leak. Car has approximately 35,000 miles on it. This is a great project for serious restorers. Have mechanics manual and complete parts list. Has some rust but body is very solid. Needs new upholstery and paint. Great beach car. Very collectible-Only 19,000 made between 1948-51.”

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1946 CJ-2A Portland, Or eBay


Here’s a VEC #12110 that’s been militarized and ‘stickized’.

“This is a complete frame-off “down to bare metal” restoration of a VEC CJ2A Willys Jeep, S/N 12110.  A jeep restored like this by a shop would cost well over $40,000 counting all the hours of “love” that went into the project. We took great care to ensure this jeep (which was manufactured on the same line as the last military jeeps) maintained as many original components as possible.  Restoration began in December 2009 and we just completed it in August of 2010.  You can see by the Buy It Now price that my reserve is between the starting price and the BuyItNow.

The original content of this jeep is about 95%.  The jeep has the original (although converted to stick) column shift transmission.  Everything on this jeep is completely restored or rebuilt.  Please see pictures. We have many more pictures of the project from start to end.  We have all receipts and documents and research and will provide a detailed book of the restoration process, all receipts and history of this particular jeep.  The numbers on the hood are referenced from the Military database for this VIN number.  Note that prior to our purchase of this restoration project, this jeep had the Leaf Springs replaced and also the Shackles were changed to a modern version by the prior owner. ….”

View all the info or contact the seller via eBay

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1950 CJ-3A Woodstock, Vt **SOLD**


UPDATE:  **SOLD for $10k** And the new owner is thrilled with it!

Here’s a beautiful restoration.

“Up for auction: 1950 Willys CJ3A!

-Restored to look original with non-original parts.  Most parts were purchased from Beachwood Canvas.

-New steel tub from Willys Overland

-New seat cushions/upholstery – New rear seat from CJ3A

-Restored odometer (reading 44K), oil pressure gauge, gas guage.  I have the other gauges but they need to be restored, and have new guages in place for now.

-Original style cloth covered wiring harness.

-Original 6V system. Rebuilt generator, rebuilt starter. Electricals work very well.

-Original oil-bath air filter.

-New brakes, new brake lines, new master cylinder.

-New clutch.

-New exhaust

-New windshield, rubber new.

-Jeep starts great, runs and stops as it should, no problems.”

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1946 CJ-2A Iron Range, MN **SOLD**


UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $4500

“1946 Willys Overland. Has nice mb Steering wheel Some rust on underside appears to be untouched for the most part. It does have original drive train. Has new parking brake and cable. This is an ameature restored vehicle. Made from 3 jeeps none of them came with a title, so this vehicle does not have a title. You can have one made for this jeep. Check with your local DMV for more information. This jeep is about 95% complete with slight modifications like gauge panel folds down for easy access to fuses and under dash. The heater and driver seat are not original. Engine has been rebuilt. Tank heater w/ thermostat. Front windshield is fully operational like new. Passenger side window is cracked but both pieces of glass are original. Turn signal lenses are glass not plastic. Has Brass screws in transmission and master cylinder cover so they dont rust solid, and allows for easy removal when servicing.”

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1950 CJ-3A Winsted, Ct $600


No pics provided. Might be a good price.

“has plow, runs good.  Call 413-854-3671”

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1948 Truck Solway, MN **SOLD**

• CATEGORIES: Willys Trucks • TAGS: .

UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $1200

It runs and appears pretty solid. Might come with a plow, too.

“1948 Willys Overland Pickup. Great project. Straight 6 Hurricane Engine. Runs great, but gas tank leaks. 3 on the Tree Tranny. Not orginial axles on pickup but do have them. $1200.00 OBO, Cash. ”


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1946 CJ-2A Crooksville, Oh Make Offer


The body looks rough.

“motor rolls over its a flathead 4, transmission good, transfercase good for sale or trade contact jeff at (740)982-2943 serious calls only”

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1946 CJ-2A Sugar Hill, Ga **SOLD**


UPDATE: No surprise, this sold quickly! Was listed at $4000

This looks like a great price.

“The time has come to part with old Willy… 1946 CJ2a, Runs, drives, stops.

Frame off restoration in 2000. All original frame, engine, transmission, transfer case, axles, fenders, hood, windshield frame, etc – repro tub. 12v conversion. Tagged in GA.”

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1953 M-38 Dayton, Oh **SOLD**


UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $2900.

 Steve notes this might be a scam. See comments.

It’s priced a bit high for appears to be a roller.


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1952 M-38A1 Welches, Or $3000


UPDATE:  Price dropped to $2500

(01/12/2011) This looks pretty solid.  It might make a good restoration project given it is still 24 volt.

“i have a 1952 willys m38a1 military jeep. it is all original with rebuilt engine transmission and transfer case that have no miles on them. this project is almost done does not run, just needs someone to finish it. has original four cylinder with 24 volt military electrical system would be easy to swap to 12 volt. has very minimal surface rust for how old it is. i am going to start working on it a little bit soon cleaning up the rust and getting it painted original military green so the price will go up accordingly. it is all exactly how it was when it served in the military great project have to see it to appreciate. has tow bar so it can be towed without trailer but i would use a trailer. jeep is just going to sit in my shop for a long time before i get to it and i want someone to appreciate it has lots of extra parts and original equipment. i had a friends uncle look at it and he is an expert in old military jeeps and he said this jeep in this condition could go for 5k had a guy look at it today and he said it is very good condition for what it is and very sturdy. i have been informed all it is really missing is the 24 volt generator and a few small pieces for the carb. or more easily so text at 503-407-1492 my name is jared. chances are i wont answer calls so text and email is better i get email on my phone so i will get back quick but if you have to call please leave a message and i will get back to you. I am very interested in a 1998 or 1999 subaru outback manual or auto.”

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1951 M-38 Milton, Wa $3500

• CATEGORIES: M-38 • TAGS: , .

UPDATE:  Still Available

(02/19/2011) Looks like a solid build.

“1951 willys m-38 /Flatfender jeep / v-6 225 runs good, does have a bad feul tank, been sitting for 19 years ,Body has no rust that I can see , preaty good shape $3500.00 call 253-370=7656 / 360 890-5971”

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1949 CJ-3A Jerome, ID **SOLD**


UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $2000

(02/19/2011) It’s a project.

“1949 willy s jeep, motor was rebuilt 2 years ago but never installed , both axles also were rebuilt @ the same time . body work was stared but never got done, i do have clear title, will consider any reasonable offer”

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Great Video Posted by This Old Jeep

• CATEGORIES: Features, videos

HOG forwarded me this great video from Youtube that Brendan, from This Old Jeep

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1942 MB Glendale, Ca No Price


Something funky has been done to the back of this.

“I have a 1942 Willy s MB Jeep it has a supersonic staright 6 motor in it, my reseach says the motor is out of Henry J car, it doesnt have a battery and I never tried to start it because I was going to put a BBC in”

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1942 GPW Victorville, Ca **SOLD**


UPDATE:  **SOLD** Was $950

There’s some value here.

“I have a Ford Jeep built in September 1942 that was disassembled for parts. Has all three tags original to the tub. It was missmatched with a Willys engine and earlier and later Ford stuff, and the engine needs repair to the block. The tub has a rotted floor and needs some welding but is very straight. Chassis is very straight but the rear cross member is damaged. I still have a bunch of parts left like the original Willys engine that needs repair, transmission, transfer case, radiaotor hood, fenders, grill, wheels, axles, drive shafts, and a bunch of other stuff, most has the Ford “F” script including all of the bolts I saved. Some of the parts in the photo are gone already. About 75% complete. $950 for the whole lot.”

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Unusual Hardtop Oak Harbor, WA **SOLD**

• CATEGORIES: Parts • TAGS: , .

UPDATE: Was $600. **SOLD**

“Not too long ago I purchased a 1943 Ford GPW Jeep and it came with this hardtop already on it. I got it from a farm in eastern Washington near Yakima and was used as a cold weather top. Since I am in the process in restoring the Jeep, I’m not going to put the hardtop back on my Jeep, so it has to go! The top is from a late 1920’s to early 1930’s Ford, Chevy, Dodge or Buick. It has suicide doors, original rear view mirror and a windshield wiper motor (see photos). The body is sliver in color with red primer in places. It has a hole in the roof which is covered by a plywood board, which that whole area would have been cloth at one time. The windows on the doors are plexiglass and the rest of the glass windows are cracked bedsides the one on the driver’s side. Very restorable with minimal rust and no bad cancer areas.”

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1947 CJ-2A Rochester, WA **SOLD**


UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $2700

“I have a 1947 Willys jeep for sale. It is sitting on a Scout frame and running gear with warn hubs. The motor is a 302, the tranny is out of a Fairlane and it has the Scout transfer case. The body is a complete 6 piece (tub, fenders, grill, hood and tailgate) fiberglass kit painted hugger orange. The windshield frame is the factory metal frame. The wheels are steel spoke with 33″ swampers. I have most of the smaller parts in boxes. It comes with 3 race seats and covers. This jeep is a project and needs finished. All the expensive parts are there, just needs a few little parts and it will be an awesome jeep. I also have a clear title for it. I have too many projects and this one needs to go.I am asking $2700 OBO or I am open to trades. ”