One pic shows it with a roof carrier and another doesn’t. It sure has a great vintage look.
“Here is a very rare and nice original 2wd willys jeep overland woody look wgn. Has rebuilt 4cyl flat head and 3 on column shift & over drive . Has amazing interior for the year, needs a little body work and paint, very little rust. This little wagon drives so nice for a 49, a must see. You wouldn’t find another like it, $7500.”
Looks like a solid build. Not much MB left.
“1945 (Flat Fender) Jeep Willy’s-Ready for Hunting Season
This is the completion of my uncle’s “body off” restoration project. Powered by a 283 Chevy, small block V-8. 4 speed transmission. Runs and drives great. Street legal. Two gas tanks with selector switch to draw from either or both. 8000 lb. Warn winch. Full canvas top and doors. Bikini top. Full cage roll bar. Beautiful , custom, professional blue paint. Stock suspension height. 2wd and 4wd. Overdrive, hi and low gear. Motorized wipers. 4 point seat belts. Very cool Oooga horn. Already licensed as a collector’s, antique car so no annual tab renewal. About the same cost as an ATV but WAY more bang for the buck. $6,700.00.”
Jerry’s fixed up this CJ-2A this summer.
“Beautifully restored 1948 willys cj-2a. All original drive train with 4-134 L-head go devil engine,
T-90 transmission, Dana 18 transfer case, Dana 25 front axle, and Dana 41 rear axle. No rust. Excellent condition. Runs and drives great. Everything works like it should. 12 volt electrical with a heater, back-up lights and turn signals. I’ve spent all summer working on this project, and now it is ready to hit the back country. It comes with a nearly new best top soft top (not shown). Too much new stuff to list.”
Runs. Listed as a 1948, but could be a 3A.
“40 ish jeep willys runs n drives 4 cylinder flat head $1500”
Does not run at the moment. Sounds like it could be something simple.
“This was my dad’s vehicle. It has been 1 owner, and used as a work vehicle for many years in a sawmill. I don’t know a lot about it. Dad bought it in ’54/’55. It has a period motor, though not original. It ran when I got it, then the throttle cable – choke (?) broke and I have not tried to restart.
It has the frame for the soft top, but not the top. Front seats have been recovered. Has a box full of parts. It has had some body work done – such as replacing a fender. It comes with a utility trailer made from and old Willy truck bed I believe. Hard to part with as it was my dads who passed away, but it should be restored vs. sitting and rusting away. My hope was to have it restored, but not being able to work no it myself, it was too cost prohibitive.
I probably won’t be a wealth of knowledge on it, but ask anything and I’ll do my best! I will try to get a picture of the engine in a few days. The colorized pic is from several years ago when a friend cleaned it up. It does stay undercover and under tarp, but it needs more protection that that I feel.
Title should not be hard to transfer. I have what I need (I hope) from my dad’s paperwork. If not a local pick-up/ haul, you will need to arrange and pay cost of transport. I can easily be available to meet.”
UPDATE: Price dropped to $8100
(11/10/2015) Looks very restorable.
“1943 Ford GPW, Jeep – I also will include second engine ( Ford Block with Willies head ) second engine needs rebuilt. Too many spare parts accumulated over the years to list, ie: leaf springs, axle, door frames, windshield frame, several other small items. Engine runs fine – gas tank started seeping on bottom from being stored too long and recently removed, at present I have a temporary container in place. Garage kept. Leather top removed to have some stitching repaired ( not torn ). 16 in Co-op tires. Tub and frame match serial numbers, Have original ‘data plates’, Engine is 15 hp Willies block with Ford head. Recently changed oil. I only start it up and drive around the ranch on occasion.
Jeep was acquired early 60’s by family and I purchased mid 80’s. Used primarily for hunting purposes.Email me for additional information. Shown by appointment only and no joy rides. Serious inquiries only please.”
Could be a good price.
“1952 Army Jeep 38A-1.(Willis).. 4 cylinder..3 speed..low and high. 4 WD…new batteries…all original…have doors and curtains…. ..heater works…everything original….drives great…wipers and all gauges work…excellent jeep…..50,000 actual miles!!!..call before 8 p.m.”
I only post this because I rarely see running FJs that need a little work for sale at this price point.
“1966 Toyota Land Cruiser FJ40 for sale, it has 3 on the tree, new 33″ BFG tires, new 2″ lift springs, new ford carburator conversion, and runs great.”
Could be a good price, though the funky paint job could be hiding issues.
“1948 Willys Jeep with TITLE
Flat head 4 cylinder.
It runs great.
Needs some brake work.
Great for the ranch/hunting.”
Tim spotted this truck. Not many this rust free that run at this price in the Northeast!
“1947 Jeep pickup truck
4cyl manul trans
very solid for the year
running off jug. needs to be gone through and restored”
The one pic suggests it is in good shape.
“Restored from ground up. Everything rebuilt, motor, body, transmission will trade for a m37 or early 50s power wagon”
UPDATE: Price dropped to $950.
(10/02/2015) Craig spotted this VEEP for sale.
“This old Willy’s body is mounted on a 1960’s VW frame and driveline. The body is rusty but still may appeal to someone out there who likes these old trucks. I far as I know it still runs but realize if you are looking at this it’s not the VW portion that appeals to you.”
It needs some seat work, but I don’t see any other major issues from the one pic.
“47 Willys Jeep, It does run. Seats need to be redone. I have a brand new top still in the box for it.”
UPDATE: Price dropped to $5800
(07/01/2016) Looks solid, but not restored to specs. Appears to have diamond plate on the cargo bed.
“1949 Jeep Willys –
Lovingly restored over a couple year period. Never left the 94010 after the restoration. Used to commute two miles to work, a couple days per week.
Fires right up, runs great, easy to drive.
Feel free to email or text with questions.”
UPDATE: Still Available.
(08/26/2016) Doesn’t run at the moment, but looks interesting.
“Killer garage find. Ben sitting years. Complete and in good to great shape it’s 1942. Has a four cylinder pinto engine. Clean and clear matching title and new plates . I bet a gas tank cleaning and a tune up she will run agine.. Lots of good new parts to go with it.. cool old ford 4×4.”
UPDATE: Still Available.
(08/29/2016) Seller has spent lots of money on this build.
“1946 CJ 2 / Post WWII / Willys * New Crate 350 Chevy Motor with Comp Cam, 6,500 miles on motor, 9,600 on Jeep, Custom made powder coated Headers, Elderbrock intake Manifold and polished pulley’s, Aluminum Valve Covers, Aluminum Air Cleaner, Holly Street Avenger dual pump 4 Barrel Carburetor, Chrome fuel pressure gauge, Chrome Alternator and Billet brackets, Stainless Steel overflow, Fiberglass Flex Fan, Cowl Induction Hood, and many extras
* New 2 ½ inch Dual exhaust with electric header cut outs
* Completely rebuilt 4 speed manual Muncie transmission, Hurst Shifter, New Clutch, Pressure Plate, Pilot Bearing & Throw Out Bearing
* 4 wheel drive front and rear housings and axles, new 373 gears, new bearings and seals, in Overdrive at 80 mph it tach’s 2,300 rpms
* Tinted Windshield with wipers
* Black Paint, Silver & Tan pin striping Continue reading
No pics provided.
“80” WB. Has had a v6 conversion but needs restoration. Great project. Out of DMV system so no back fees .”
No pics provided.
“I have a 1953 cj3a for sale.
All in parts
Motor and transmission rebuilt recently
UPDATE: Still available and still no pics provided.
“RUNS GREAT, V-6, HEADERS, 4 BARREL, OVER DRIVE. 4X4, NEW: BRAKES, TIRES, RIMS WINDSHEILD, HITCH, MILITARY CANVAS TOP, INSIDE RACKS, TOO MUCH TO LIST. A REAL BEAUTY.”
No pics provided.
“1946 Willys jeep with plow. Runs perfect, everything works. Asking $6,000 obo. Thank you.”
I can’t how deep the rust goes on this.
“1948 Willys Jeep
Extra Straight Original Body.
All Original Jeep.
Also have Factory Original Willys Jeep Cab available. Cab has all steel construction with functioning doors on passenger and driver side. Steel, All Weather Cab that really looks cute on a Jeep and is a collector’s piece, too.
$750 for the Cab with Doors in Good Original Condition.”
Could have some parts value as it runs and drives.
“I have a 61 Willys Jeep CJ5 has the Hurricane 4cyl OHV Motor runs and drives would make a great restoration project or an off roader. The Tub is Pretty Rusty. with a clean Pa Title This will need towed. ”
UPDATE: Still Available.
(08/15/2016) “I’ve never seen a Warn mounted laying down like that. Are there any lubrication or other issues doing it that way?
“Collector’s 1955 Willys $2800.00 or obo
Does not run. A great restoration project.”
And this cute, fuzzy, tarantula, that was resting outside the guest house where Ann and I are staying.
For the past couple of days we’ve been having some good family fun at Ann’s uncles place. They have about 10 acres of flat desert that’s relatively uninteresting during the day, unless you have an ATV to explore the area, but at night comes alive with all types of creatures. Never a dull moment here!
It’s not a jeep, but Ann and I had fun racing around in this thing.
Ann driving her aunt. I think my wife is ready for some jeep racing. She was driving that ATV fast!
Ann’s cousin Shelby found two things near the border of the property yesterday. A basketball and, of all things, a jeep grille, leftover from some mysterious plastic jeep. I can’t imagine why, but they thought I should have the grille. I guess it’s going up on my office wall somewhere.
Here are a few of the creatures we found at night: