Wendell’s got his jeep for sale. It’s a project.
“S/N 62215. 36,412 miles. Owned since 2005. Windshield is the split type common to the CJ2A. I relocated the spare tire mount to the side, also common to the CJ2A so the tailgate would be more functional. Started the restoration 3 years ago. Stripped it down to the frame, sandblasted, primed and painted it the original olive drab. Everything relative to the brake system is new. Everything relative to both axles was removed, restored or replaced with new parts. New shocks. When I took it off, if it needed replaced I ordered it then, so I have most everything already bought. This is not a rust bucket like most you see! A little rust in the bed and the drivers floorboard is all there is and the metal is solid underneath. Upholstery is in very good shape. I have a summer top not shown. The paint is actually very good. You can see in the pictures that I polished the hood and the color came out. Further painting would be optional. The engine has been disassembled and the head and block tested. Found 4 broke rings. Everything relative to the engine is perfect, even the bearings. Standard rings will go back. Tranny/transfer case have no issues either. I have taken it as far as I can. I need the space in my garage so it has to go. This is a solid Willys and will make someone a fine jeep.”
Looks like there’s value here.
“1948 Willys CJ-2A Jeep restoration project.
*All running gear (no drivelines)
*Rust treated & primed
*Frame cleaned & finished
*have fenders, grill & hood (fiberglass)”
The engine has been upgraded to a V8.
“Willys Jeep. 1957 CJ3B complete. 4×4. Jeep was parked a few years ago and the body work was started but not finished. Needs very little to get it back on the road. Original 4cyl has been replaced with a powerful small block Chrysler V8. transmission and transfer case are original. Very cool V8 jeep. Own a piece of history.”
UPDATE: Price dropped to $13,900.
(01/28/2016) Looks nicely updated.
“A “Cream Puff” of a well built low hood!
Dauntless 225 odd fire V-6 with less than 5000 miles, HEI, power steering.
Dana 30 front with disk brakes.
Dana 44 rear
Dual fuel tanks
A set of never installed, custom made, steel half doors designed by the late “Ray Deg”.
A set of new aluminum diamond plate rear corners included.
This Jeep was built by Jim Craw and then the personalized details and finish performed by it’s current owner, Bob Gossett.
Many more details too numerous to list.”
I wonder if this was a Texaco truck?
“1953 Willys Jeep truck. 4 cylinder, 4WD. Snow plow with Jeep Hi-Lo pump. Vehicle body is intact.
Vehicle has not been run in many years. Has 3 flat tires. This vehicle will need to be flat bedded.
This is a great restoration project.”
The body appears solid. Could use more pics.
“1950 Willys Jeep salvage & parts”
It’s a project. Includes a detailed description.
“1945 Willys MB Jeep, Military Restoration Project
Well folks….there’s no sugar coating this one….its a late model 1945 Willys MB! This Jeep was produced just a few weeks prior to the end of the war contract of the Willys MB military Jeep in 1945 (Data tag dated 8/8/45). The last military MB rolled off the assembly line in early September of ’45. (I also have the original data plate and the i.d. tag is still in place on the left front frame horn).
The floors will need to be replaced as they are rusted through in several areas. I do have the original grill and hood (in excellent primered condition, the right (NOS)and left front fenders, and numerous other parts that are not pictured.
I have the heavier replacement front bumper along with the rear cross member if needed. The numbers matching engine ran when this first came home (this has been sitting in my garage for the past 7 years), however, it has a very slight crack in the water-jacket from someone who did not properly winterize it.
Not sure how much value is here.
“1948 willys jeep. Barn find frame is good. very little rust. No engine. Has hood and windshield. Drivetrain is good and original. Clean title.”
Unclear if it runs or not.
“Willys jeep bought to build for my daughter and decided to do something different has factory axles with upgrades lockers v6 stick shift dana 18 transfer case lots of extra parts to go with it extra engine carbs axles Trans and tastes windshield fenders has full roll cage and a bunch of custom parts. Just don’t have t he time to put back together. It’s a fun jeep”
UPDATE: Still Available.
(12/09/2015) Funky front bumper, but looks solid.
“1952 Willy Jeep
4 cylinder, 3 speed.”
John shared his neat DJ-5. If you live on Long Island, keep a watch for him during the summer.
He wrote, It was turned into a ‘Woody’ about 35 years ago. This one is a 69 DJ5 A. I bought it about 1980/81 or so. It’s got the original 2.5 in it and I use it about 4 months every year…..June to September. I have not made any changes except for putting in a radio and a glove box and I recently had the Seats recovered. I never met the original owner (the guy who did all the nice woodwork, glass etching and paint job) but recently ran into someone who recognized the Jeep and told me about the very creative guy to built it back in the 70s. About twenty years ago I had to take the motor out and and replace the main bearings. Last year I had to find an exhaust manifold which was not easy. Otherwise, it gives me good reliable service every year. It’s really been a fun vehicle. Every where I go people want to buy it and on the hiway I am always being photographed while driving.
Glenn spotted this one.
“1967 Jeepster. Solid car with little rust and just needs a new home so priced fair. Here are a couple pics. ”
UPDATE: Still Available.
(01/10/2016) Nice looking jeep.
“Clean 1953 flat fender jeep. New interior. Lot of work done…restored few years ago! Best shape 53 willys around! Runs, stops, all gauges work original 4cyl hurricane engine 8000obo. No top but can get top for 900 with doors…..I can put on a lift bigger tires! Build this jeep how you want, winch or front bumper? This jeep won’t last long! Clean and ready to drive!”
Mark just listed this over at warjeeps.com.
“1952 Korean War Willys Jeep
Great for off roading
Brand new rear seat belt.
Brand new brake lines
Just gave it an oil change
Tires are in great shape. Spare tire is new.
Yes it is street legal and CA registered with clean title. Pink slip in hand.
Awesome canvas top (which of course is removable)”
UPDATE Still Available.
(12/12/2015) Only one small pic provided.
“1948 Cj2a restored personally to a USMC military jeep. Perfect mechanical condition, and excellent body with a brand new canvas military top. 4 cylinder “go devil” engine runs perfect. New paint job and new military tires including spare. Jerry gas can on rear. Has a ball hitch. Price is low if you check on the internet.”
Looks like a good project.
“Willys Flat Fender Jeep sand toy project. The Jeep is in the process of being converted to two wheel drive. There is a fuel cell, Holley fuel pump, Hurst Quarter stick shifter, flat aluminum dash with oil & temp gauge, Aftermarket aluminum column, sand/race bucket seats and coil overs in the front. The front end has been pushed forward to stretch the wheel base. Front ladder bar and the rear is leaf. I’m selling the Jeep with a bill of sale. There is no motor trans or tires. I’m not sure of the year!”
UPDATE: Price dropped to $1300
(10/20/2015) Been stored for a decade.
“Original flathead 4 cylinder engine, transfer case, 4 speed transmission.
This is a project vehicle with clear title.
I have owned this vehicle since 1976. Been stored inside for over 10 years.”
Here’s an unusual jeep.
“This MINI BEEP has a 6.5hp engine, very well put together, $5k in just parts. Start it up and go, has reverse, brake, bench seat, trailer hitch, working headlights and moree….you can modify any way you want and even add parts. Use it in anywhere!!
The MINI-BEEP is uniquely different and better than any ATV, any UTV, any other kind of off-road vehicle. The MINI-BEEP pulls trailers, and implements, bulldozes sand, gravel and snow, drives off-road, and goes almost anywhere. It’s a 4/5 scale version of a World War II JEEP®, and it’s AMPHIBIOUS, too! The MINI-BEEP is a do-it-yourselfer’s dream project.”
UPDATE: Still Available.
“I am posting for a friend that doesn’t do C-list. He has a 1943 Ford jeep, fully restored, 5K put into its internals in 2013 and never used thereafter. Complete with pioneer kit (shovel, pick, etc.) gas can, machine gun pedestal, non-directional tires with spare and even canvas water bucket. I can answer some questions via e-mail but better to call him. His name is Mike and he writes gun articles so is pretty busy all the time. He said you can leave a message but you will have to wait a while for the beep as his phone erased his message. ”
UPDATE: I think this was sold last September. It’s back up for sale.
“This is my 1946 Willys it has a corvett 327 v8 motor under the hood that runs perfect has a 4 speed t-18 transmission front and rear axle have posi 33 in tires with matching rims including the spare msd ignition system in it with a brand new panless wireing harness upgraded to new fuse style instead of the glass ones no rust what so ever on the body it is in perfect shape and no bondo what so ever
Have matching bumper for the front
Kc light bar
Flat toe bar
It is a great jeep and has no problems if intrested call or text. ”
It appears to include an auto-pilot (rope on the steering wheel).
“1946 Willys Jeep CJ2A. Needs much work including new body panels and frame repair. Has Ford Pinto engine conversion installed. Clean title in hand.”
UPDATE: Still Available
(12/28/2015) Looks road ready.
“Original Transmission/ Flat Head Motor, New Tires, High and Low Gear and 50 Caliber Gun”
This is a project.
“1945 jeep Willys frame off restoration everything new or rebuilt. (engine, trans, t-case, brakes, bushings, axels, every bolt came out of this cleaned inspected or replaced) F head engine. T-90 trans Dana 18 t case. Fresh paint, underside and inside tub painted with bed liner. Have 33″ tires on black rims as pictured or stock rims that need tires. Clean title with current registration no back fees. Only thing left to do on jeep is finish wiring and mount gas tank. Out of time money and motivation to finish. Need to sell but won’t give it away have over $8500 in rebuilding it alone. $5500 or possibly trade but like cash. ”
It’s a project.
“non running project, but won’t take much to get it going. has a newer 5.7 sbc with a four speed manual transmission. body has been stretched and put on a scout chassis. it’s going to be pretty cool when it’s done. clean title.”
UPDATE: Still Available
(06/04/2009) This looks like it might be a pretty nice jeep and has some great upgrades.
“For Sale – 1947 Willy’s CJ-2A Jeep. It has a 327 Chevy engine with a 350 automatic transmission. It has been stored indoors, runs great. It comes with over $2,000 worth of extras.”