Looks like a good jeep.
“This jeep has the original go devil 4 cylinder and factory drive train. It’s tag is up to date and It has a clean title. I use it to drive to work on really nice days ( 10 mile round trip) and take the family for rides around the ranch. Four wheel drive works wonderfully and transfer case shifts effortlessly. It is a partial restore that I don’t have the time to finish. Plus have a new baby on the way and need to consolidate my hobbies. If you have any questions, please feel free to call or text.”
Runs and drives, but needs a little bit of paint work.
“Selling my 1949 Jeepster, as you see from the picks its 99% original. It runs and drives very well. It was manufactured by Willy Overland company from 1948 to 1950, so not many exist. It needs some exterior paint work. It been sitting in my garage to long, time to find it a new home.”
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $17,500
“!945 Ford GPW Jeep. Willis and Ford made identical jeeps for the army in 1942-1945. This vehicle underwent a frame off restoration and finished in army green gloss in 2000. All of the receipts are available as well a link to some of the restoration on video below:
The numbers match and body sequence is correct. The Jeep was manufactured in Ford’s Louisville plant in May 1945 and believed to have been used at Cory Navel Base in Pensacola and later sold to the West Virginia Highway Dept.”
UPDATE: WAs $8500. Status Unknown.
Here’s an updated wagon.
“59′ Willy’s Wagon in great shape. Only 500 miles on rebuilt, bore-over Ford 351W Windsor (78-83); Edelbrock intake/carb; New BeCool 4-core radiator; Ford C-4 tranny (78-83); Dana 20 late Willy’s transfer case; Dana 44 front & rear axles; new gears/locking hubs all around; new brakes; new headliner; Rino lining. A must see for those who value finding a quality Willy’s!”
UPDATE: Was $4800. **SOLD**
Looks like a solid project that just needs some wiring and a few other details.
“This is a 1946 CJ-2A Willys Jeep that was restored as a WW II Army jeep. It is an unfinished project. No serious rust or damage. Looks nice, great for parades or re-enactments. For more photos and details, go to www.vintagemilitaryvehicles.com“
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $11,500
“Super Rare 1954 Willys Wagon 4×4. 1 ton axels, locker in the rear, full spool in the front. 39.5 Super Swamper Boggers, 350 crate motor. Hand Pinstriping. Painless wiring was installed this past winter. LED tail lights. New battery. New dual electric fans on the radiator. Gas can mounted on the passenger side and fake gas can/tool box on the driver side. The underside is undercoated. Some rust holes in the body, but it adds to the charm of this rig. The trucks gets looks everywhere I take it! I have it insured and drive it around town a few times a week. It only needs shocks , new passenger glass and passenger front glass to be finished. No tire kickers. No free rides. I hate to sell this monster but I have three other projects that I’m trying to finish. Asking $11,500. And please don’t try to low ball me. I have over $5,000 into the axels, tires and rims. Clean title in hand!!!”
UPDATE: Price dropped to $3000.
(04/19/2014) The three data plates suggest this is a 1946.
“posting for my friend. 47 cj2a willys jeep. ran and drove but now needs carb gaskets and possibly a fuel pump. it has a 4cyl motor. full roll cage. decent 31 inch offroad tires. has som rust behind doors.. still very solid. good start for a restoration project. clean title in hand. $3500
it is located in duquette mn which is about 30 miles south of duluth mn.. must pick up yourself.. have cash in hand. thanks
call or text 218 481 4236. be a serious buyer”
UPDATE: Price dropped to $6900
(04/14/2014) Nice looking jeep with updated motor.
“1951 Jeep Willys CJ2A. Has a 289 Ford engine & rest of Jeep is original equipment.
Has new top, new seats, new tires & wheels. $7700 or will trade for small diesel John Deere or Kubota sub-compact tractor with attachments (20-25hp).”
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $4500.
Runs and drives.
“Runs perfect. Good tires. This was the first production year of the CJ3B. Text or email questions.”
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $7250.
This combo was listed at warjeeps.com.
“This Jeep was built by “East Coast Mini Classics” and was a limited production and is in ” Like New” condition. It is an exact replica built to scale with a 13HP Honda Electric Start Engine w/Hydrostatic drive w/Reverse. It has full lighting package and has many options that make it a special example of a real unit. It can have many uses from fun and parades to working around the yard. If you have anymore questions please call me anytime.”
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $4800
Non running project.
“1951 unrestored Willys Jeep, very complete and original project. Includes spare wheel, gas tank, gas can, better gauges, etc. Engine turns over and it is still original 24 volt. Solid body with minor damage.”
UPDATE: Was $3600. **SOLD**
(05/05/2014) This is a flat head, but it still sticks through the hood.
“1948 Jeep cj2a, Flat head 4 cylinder, T90 three speed transmission, Spicer 18 transfer case, Dana 44 rear with gov, lock, 11 inch brakes and 5.38 gears, DANA 27 front with 11 inch brakes and 5.38 gears, GM steering conversion, Early warn upright winch works great, full soft top and doors(needs back window), bikini top, full family style cage, rear seat with tool box underneath, heater works, CB, 34×10.5 super swamper on weld wheels. Has a tow bar and spare parts motor tyranny transfer case, tail gate, fenders, and another set of 35 inch BFG mud terrains on wheels great tread but side walls are cracking from weather, Super fun to drive on the trail and around town on nice days. Not much rust but paint does have scratches from trail exploring. It is 68 years old. Needs passenger side glass.”
UPDATE: Still Available
(04/14/2014) Runs and drives, but body looks a little rough.
“1948 Willys CJ2A
Flathead 4 cyl
3 speed manual
4 wheel drive
Lots of $$ in brand new parts (carb, distributor, starter, starter solenoid, plugs, wires, etc.
Jeep starts very easily. Runs strong. Transmission shifts as it should. 4wd works. No fluid leaks. Has a little smoke, but this is fairly common on these old flathead motors. Its a good jeep and a solid platform for a restoration. Has some rust, needs tierod ends and leaf spring bushings and a few other minor things.
$4,000 cash or trade for guns/atv’s”
UPDATE: Pics now provided.
“68′ four cylinder Jeep motor, body rough, $800 or best offer.”
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was on eBay.
If not for our recent trip, I’d be going after this one. There could be some unique items in here. Note the shipping cost.
“For auction is a kaiser jeep, willys jeep 3 ring binder sales manual in good used condition. There are a few loose pages which can be repaired with the white adhesive donuts but no torn pages exist. This manual is packed full of information for the DJ-3A, CJ-3B, CJ-5, CJ-6, 2WD station, 4WD utility wagon, panel delivery, 2WD 4WD pick-up truck and FC series trucks. Also included is regular production options, tire application chart showing tread design and sizes and plies. Also metal tops, convertible tops, garwood lift beds, koenig tool boxes and running boards and bumpers, king winches, ramsey winches and PTOs, BROS snow throwers, covington cutters, howe fire trucks. Take note the binder has torn loose from the outside cover (see pic 3). email questions and thanks.”
“1962 Willys Overland Stationwagon Rare Find – This one is in great condition. Complete Mechanical Rebuild everything else is original – garage kept spotlessly clean. You have to ride in this beauty to appreciate the nostalgia of the Willy’s era.”
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $10,500..
“Wife says it’s hoggin up family time n must go. My 1957 Willy RatRod ! It has 5 inch chop top,ford rear end out of 67 econoline van, Grill is from a 38 ford pickup truck, front clip is a 72 Chevy pickup. The trans is out of a 64 impala. 350 motor.channeled 11 inches in the back and six towards the front. Make me an offer. Honestly hope I don’t get any good ones so I don’t have to sell it. I enjoy gettin my kicks around town.”
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was on eBay.
For all you zombie haters, here’s a zombie hunting jeep.
“Up for auction, fresh out of the hills of Crossville, Tennessee, the Zombie Hunter! I have been in the paint and body work field for over 28 years, I have restored several Willys Jeeps (CJ2A, MB’s, etc) but I decided this time around to do a custom Willys Rat Rod!
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $6500.
The front bow holder has been altered. Looks solid.
“NEW PARTS INCLUDE: 12V ALTERNATOR-BATTERY-COIL, SOLENOID PLUGS & WIRES, 12V HEADLIGHTS, PARKING LIGHTS, TAIL AND STOP LIGHTS, ALL SHOCK ABSORBERS, MASTER CYLINDER ALL WHEEL CYLINDERS, ALL TUBING FOR BRAKE SYSTEM PROFESSIONALY INSTALLED, RADIATOR HOSES/THERMOSTAT, MUFFLER-BUMPERETES, TAIL GATE & CHAINS, SEATS RECOVERED IN GREEN CANVAS, STEERING WHEEL, MIRRORS SIDE AND INSIDE, SPEEDO CABLE.”
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $5500.
It’s a mix of parts. Needs more work of some kind.
“1946 willys cj3a 4×4 military version, rebuilt engine, new top, needs little to be finished. 5500.00 obro. calls only”
Mark listed this over at jeeptruck.com.
“1948 Willys Stakebed in Excellent condition. It is a 4 Wheel Drive and has the L head Engine. It is in Original condition. This Willys has a New Windshield, New Battery, and New BFG All Terrain tires. It runs great!! No Rust!!
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $5200
Makes it around the block. Not sure if it can go farther??
“1951 willys wagon jeep overland 4×4, V8 Chevy small block 265, runs and drives around the block, 3 speed manual, twin stick transfer case, 4 core radiator, all badges all glass all door panels, good wood. I’m moving and don’t have room for it.”
UPDATE: Sold for $20,111 on eBay
” Willys jeep fleetvan fj-3 postal delivery. This is a rare fleetvan with a chevy 350 crate engine. 700r4 4 speed overdrive automatic transmission from monster transmission. Dana 44 rear end. New painless wiring harness.”
It’s still a project.
“It a project a lot of part ! For some one who wants a hotrod or rat rod then no one elts has rolling around ! Need some one who wants to finish , I have to many projects and don’t have the time to finish this one it set up with a auto sbc $3000 cash sorry no trades”