UPDATE: Was $6500. *SOLD*
It’s had some recent work.
“For sale is a 1952 former USMC Willys M38A1 Jeep. This Jeep was, until last year, used at a deer hunting ranch behind Mt. Hamilton for the last 40 years. It was painted in orange until last fall when I put it back in olive drab. It has the correct Hurricane 4 cylinder engine and runs fine. I tuned it up and replaced the exhaust manifold. The seats are new, as is the glass, tires, rims, turn signals, tail lights and bikini top. The body isn’t perfect, but what do you want for a 62 year old veteran?! All gauges, except the speedometer work. She ain’t fast but is a hoot driving around town with the windshield down. Perfect for a weekend ride or ranch property. $6500″
It’s got a rear PTO. The body is a 2A.
“This Jeep is a true classic in great running and driving condition. Almost every part has been gone through in the past 12 months to eliminate any issues. Clean Mass title in hand.
-l134 motor, new head gasket and new distributor
-Spicer 18 transfer case. New gaskets and bushings.
-T-90 3 speed transmission. New gaskets, bushings and synchros.
-New clutch and parking brake assembly, both with less than 150 miles on them.
-Rebuilt Carter carburetor and new intake manifold gasket. Has new complete exhaust system.
-6 volt electrical, brand new complete wiring harness built by Walcks 4wd to accommodate turn signals. All lights function properly. All dash gauges and horn function properly.
4 BF Goodrich 31×10.5×10 All Terrain tires with 95% tread.
Body and frame are rust and rot free. This is a fun Jeep to drive, turns heads wherever you go. Please contact me with any questions”
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $3800.
Runs and drives.
“Running 1956 Willys jeep truck.
4×4 with warn locking hubs
Flat 6 cylinder
Actual mileage as shown
Drove it today
New drum brakes
4×2 manual trans
This is a rat rodders dream truck.”
UPDATE: Still Available
(01/14/2013) This might be worth a look, since I don’t see too much rust. I like the upgraded data plates: duct tape with black ink.
“This is a old 46 CJ2A motor ran when parked in shed over 8 years ago. It is not seized. Tires are junk but are there to roll the jeep onto a trailer. Comes with an extra set of gears body needs work.”
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $9500.
“I have a 1948 willys army jeep. Everything in it is brand new or rebuilt. Call no text.”
Hasn’t been run in six years, but looks like it would be a good restoration project.
“Solid Willys CJ-3A Title and keys available. Motor will run hasnt been run in about 6 years ( will need Battery) Has been stored indoors its whole life except for the last two months. Any questions feel free to ask.”
No pics provided.
“2, 16″ Willys Split Combat wheels. 8 bolt back, still have some weathered 16″ NDT’s on them. “
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $7000
Runs, but replacing fuel lines at the moment.
“I have a 1946 cj2a in really nice shape, it doesn’t run at the moment because I was in the process of replacing the fuel lines and fuel pump, other then that it runs great. willing to sell or trade for a car that gets good mpg.”
UPDATE: Was $1500. **Status Unknown**
“1945 Ford Jeep WWII Body. Has surface rust and body appears in good condition, not junk. Good for restoration. Many other parts as well, (Hood, Fenders, etc) Pickup only”
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $3999
Looks like a good project. Engine needs rebuilding. Price seems a little high.
“lder restro w/newer canvas complete winter top w/arctic hot water heater,solid body and frame,original motor need rebuild and comes with new crankshaft,has clear correct title,please call for more info”
UPDATE: Price dropped to $7900.
(05/14/2014) Looks like a nice rig.
“Solid body on raised suspension with 5 Mickey Thompson tires 35×11.50 15 and Boyd aluminium wheels. 289 Ford 2 barrel, header exhaust, Warn hubs and overdrive, AM/FM radio, CB, tilt power steering, full roll bar with bikini top. Lots of fun!! Call for more info.”
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $500.
(08/05/2014) Certainly unusual.
“CJ2A Jeep frame has very little rust, what is left of the tub is not rusted out, someone made a pickup / yard buggy out of it. Engine is not in the jeep, comes with a Ford 200 inline 6 and an adapter plate. Engine is in good condition and is a bolt in to replace what was in it before. Has no title, good for parts, yard buggy and offroad toy.”
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $1000
(05/09/2014) No title and does not run. Has rust.
I have a 1951 Willys Jeep CJ3A. It’s a nice original old Jeep, no 350 engine in there. The old Super Sonic flathead is still in there though its seen better days. The body is rusty but if you like patina it’s ready to go. If shiny paint is your thing it would probably be more cost effective to replace the tub. The frame and running gear look good though. The ol CJ rolls, steers and all 4 tires hold air. That’s the extent of its mobility. It hasn’t run since the ’80s. There’s no title. I bought it not too long ago on an impulse and now I’m thinkin “what was I thinkin!?” I would consider a trade for a nice vintage truck – 60’s or older“
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was an Auction
“Auction Open to the Public
Autos – Trucks – Boats
Tools & Shop Equipment – Firearms
Estate Items – Antiques – Collectibles
Household Furniture – Estate Collections
Sat., August 16, 2014 9:00 a.m.
VIEWING ONLY: Fri. August 15, , 10:00 a.m. until 4 p.m.
Preview: Sat. 8:00 a.m. until auction
To Be Held At: Stokes Auction Acres
8398 SE Spring Creek Road, Port Orchard, WA”
Before restoration began on this CJ-3A This has a Blue Star hardtop.
After Restoration (and with his wife Lauren posing in front of it)
The CJ-3A in the top photo was listed on eWillys back on August 30th, 2012. It looked pretty sound to me, but according to buyer and restorer Scott Mills, a mountain of bondo was underneath the paint. Beautiful work Scott!
He writes, “I found this 49cj3a on your site 2 years ago- after sanding and a little blasting I found that someone used what seemed like 10lbs of body filler and rivets! As many of my purchases go, buyers remorse plagued me for months! Well, I replaced panels and spent hours hammering out the tub. The only splurge was a new hood and stock rims, I managed to save most everything else. My wife has a fashion blog here in Houston and used my Cj3a in this recent post:
Here is the Jeep before I cut out 50% of the tub, it looked great in these photos, little did I know…”
ANOTHER POST RESTORATION PIC (SEE MORE RESTORATION PICS HERE):
1943 GPW before its restoration.
1943 GPW after its restoration.
Here’s a 1943 GPW that I featured on eWillys back in 2010. It was rough and had a funky windshield. I was sure it was headed for a car crusher.
Instead, someone bought this off of ebay and restored it! Mario, now the proud owner, purchased this from the rebuilder and was looking through eWillys when he stumbled upon the original post from 2010. So, here’s the original post on eBay, plus the after photos. If anyone knows any more history about this GPW, please let Mario know by commenting below the post. Thanks!
“Up for auction is a 1943 Military syle Ford Jeep. Once owned by Edward White who I was told was a Military Commander. Clean Title. Vehicle has been sitting for a number of years and is in need of full restore. Engine has been pulled and disassembled but looks to be complete and comes with Vehicle. Drivers side has a couple bullet holes for authenticity. Body has rust but can be replaced with reproduction style, which can be purchased online. Engine may be able to be rebuilt however I was told you can purchase military surplus crate motor but haven’t researched enough to tell you where. Engine number on Title matches number etched on block ( GPW98036 )while the engine casting number is GPW-6015.”
MORE BEFORE RESTORATION PHOTOS:
MORE AFTER RESTORATION PHOTOS:
Jerk from Sweden shared this strange ad that was posted to Sweden’s version of Craiglist, Blocket. Pay particular attention to the background photobomb in the fourth photo. Jerk added that the truck is an ex firefighter truck with a swedish cabin. Chevy V8 and 700 tranny. The price in dollar is some $8-9000.
UPDATE: Was $3000. **SOLD**
Glenn learned more about this jeep (commented below). This post-hole digging CJ-5 includes two oil tanks mounted along the sides.
“We have a old cj jeep 4×4 with a heavy duty post hole digger mounted on it. Everything works, and is ran by the drivers seat. Runs great.. Call me if interested.”
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $3200
Listed at a 1950, it looks like mostly a GPW/MB with a F-head motor and CJ-5 grille.
“1950 Willy’s Jeep 4Cyl Engine runs fair Needs some clutch work First $3200 takes it”
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was listed at $6750.
“Flat head Hurricane 6 cyl 265HP engine; tilt wheel, power steering, 12 volt; alternator, electric fuel pump. Bucket seats. New tires and chrome wheels. Warner hubs. New brake system. Runs great.”
UPDATE: Was $2500. Status Unknown
“’46 WILLYS JEEP For Sale, Has a 283c.i. Chevy Small-Block and Spring over Axle Lift. This little jeep is used only as a River Rig, needs very little to be reliable again, Brakes work as expected from years of Quick-Sand, Newer Flowmaster Exhaust and Clutch, Has it’s original 16” Willys wheels, (These are worth $’s) 285 COOPER Radials, 12VOLT GM Alt. All Lights and Gauges work. Set-Up to Flat-Tow with Bumper Hitch and Trailer Tow Lights. Needs Someone to Appreciate It Again! Don’t Miss Any JEEP Jamborees Again—- Find Another 68 year old, 2nd Owner Willys with a TITLE—-FIRST$2500. CASH TAKES—This Little Sleeper Lugs & Chugs Awsome, Photos Available. 3 To Choose From, All Run & Drive”
UPDATE: Price dropped to $4000.
(11/26/2013) This has a unique tilt-front.
“need to sell my willy jeep, it’s my baby but I have no time nor money to continue tending it. It drives very well, very few minors problem, so if ure interested in know more, call and ask for Dan”
Listed as a 1949 CJ2, this may be a 1949 CJ-3A.
“1949 Willys Jeep CJ2. Awesome, new ground up restoration. Meticulously detailed. 470 miles. Original Hurricane 4 cylinder engine, 3 speed manual transmission with overdrive. ALL parts finished with super durable powder coat. Ready for new assignment.”
Has lots of updates, but could use some new paint.
“***1947 Willys CJ2A*** excellent condition. 283 balanced and blueprinted, throttle body injection, 4spd. , Dana 44’s , power steering, tilt wheel, front disc brakes, roll cage, cb, garage kept, 1500 miles on new motor. Needs paint to be complete.”
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $5500
“1948 Willys. Former fire department Jeep. Runs great. Everything works. Body not perfect. There are a few dings, dents and drill holes. Clear title. $5500. located in Hillsboro MO.”