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1954 CJ-3B Spokane, WA $4000


A ran-when-parked situation.

“1954 Willy’s CJ3B jeep. Small block Chevy 305 engine, turbo 400 automatic. New NDT tires, freshly powder coated original wheels. New seats that need bolted in. Ran when parked but needs tank cleaned out, can fire it up to show you it runs on starting fluid. Will need to trailer it home. Clean title.”

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1956 FC-150 Lincoln, CA $600

• CATEGORIES: FC150-FC170-M677

It’s a parts jeep at this point.

“$600 firm. Use for parts, yard art, restore. Mostly complete. Motor is locked up. Not to common to find the forward controlled jeep pickups.”

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1948 CJ-2A Kruger, TX $2000


Unclear how much value is here.

“Older Jeep in pieces. Tub, 2 frames one custom made to accept a chevy v6. Original motor and Trans with it. Will entertain offers, and trades. Dakota truck, bangs, ammo. Title is included. If it’s posted it’s available. Moving sale. Will post more items.”

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1956 CJ-5 Rexburg, Id $3500


It may be a project, but it looks in pretty good shape compared to most.

“Willys Jeep, first year for the CJ-5. Needs some work, but runs and drives. The body is pretty beat up, but the drivetrain is solid. All stock drivetrain, 4 cylinder "Hurricane" F-head and 3 speed transmission. I bought it as a project, but haven’t had much time to work on it. Now I’m moving in a few months and don’t want to take it with me. Since I’ve had it, I’ve installed Warn locking hubs, replaced the rear springs, a couple of U-joints, the fuel tank, and gauge cluster. The rear seat isn’t currently bolted down, but all the hardware is there. I believe it was restored at some point in the past, but the guy I bought it from beat the body up pretty bad off-roading it. Come take it for a test drive and make an offer”

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1946 CJ-2A Leander, TX $5500


Needs brakes at the very least.

“Needing some more room. Titled, 1946 Willys CJ-2A. 12v converted, electric fuel pump (new AGM battery 2020). Haven’t been able to give it the attention it needs and looking for something with more room for kids and dogs. Has been sitting indoors for last couple years, needs brakes and saw a plug wire chewed up, various other electrical also never got around to. $5500 or possible trade/trade up for 70’s and up newer jeeps, side by sides.”

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Ag Weight Reedsbrug, WI $200


Andy shared this weight for sale.

“Fits cj2a, cj3a, cj3b. $250 obo Located in Reedsburg, WI Weights 265#”


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1946 CJ-2A Carson City, NV $9000


UPDATE: Still Available.

(09/26/2022) You don’t often see Worman hardtops out west.

“1946 Willys CJ2a. Complete. Runs. Clear title. Has a top. Brakes, lights, etc. all work. Original engine I believe. The engine could use a rebuild. I drive it as is. In Reno/Carson area. You will need to ask questions and see it.”

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1948 CJ-3A Memphis, TN $7000


It doesn’t run at the moment.

“I have 1948 Willy’s jeep for sale or trade it’s a project but the engine turns over starts on starting fluid . Needs a new gas tank and a new battery that’s all that I know that is wrong with it . Was garage kept for 15 years has been in my driveway under 2 covers for 3 months . Have clean title with the jeep . Wanting to trade for a model t or model A project or something similar and needs very little work like mine”

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1947 CJ-2A Grangeville, ID $6000


UPDATE: Still Available.

Bill shared this CJ-2A. This body looking promising, but does have some rot underneath.

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“Runs well. Brakes good and shifts thru all gears good. All lights work. Call for more info”

From the previous ebay ad:

“Body has floor and hat channel rot in Toolbox area and on driver side hat channel under step. Rest of floors in good shape for age. Runs, stops, and steers good. Refer to pictures for the shape of the rest of the body. Motor may not be the original L134 (# S 2171) over water pump. Tag on front driver frame horn damaged by welding. Taillight, stop light, headlights (high and low beams), high beam indicator, front park lights and dash light all work. No horn or windshield wiper (will come with one vacuum wiper) and gas gauge not hooked up, all other gauge’s work. Serial # 90,097 (makes it early 47 and that might explain the 46 grille), ACM body # 79474 and tailgate #79348. Tranny and transfer case shift and work good. Some bracing added to front frame horns, can be removed and repaired nicer. Seats, Glass (no cracks) in good condition. Gas tank is good and looks like it was replaced at some time. One of the pictures of the interments shows charging and oil pressure while running cold. A little TLC, cleanup and drive as is or a good base for a restore.”

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Kelly CJ-2A? Hardtop Klamath Falls, OR $1000


UPDATE: Still Available.

(02/26/2023) Looks in good shape. The seller indicates it fits a CJ-2A, but it looks like it is on a CJ-5? It also looks like it has the CJ-5 form on the top rather than the dual-angled CJ-2A version.

“Arctic top, Two door, roll down windows, All metal, Inside light brackets, Locking back door, Window.”

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1959 CJ-3B Atlanta, GA $19,995


Dave is selling this unique built-from-scratch CJ-3B with some Northwest history. You can reach him at davelogan @ for more info (remove spaces around the @).

The Warn ad below shows the jeep next to Tom Telford, the builder of it.

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“This Jeep has some interesting history. It was originally built from scratch in 1990 by Tom Telford who was the Chief Engineer at Warn Industries for 26 years. Tom built this CJ-3B to use a test bed for new engineering ideas, running trails, and as a magazine model.

It has done all of that quite well. This is the Jeep that Warn showcased in their 1990s magazine ads. I have a copy of this ad that will go with the sale. Tom is shown beside the Jeep.

Some articles were also written about it. Over the years the Jeep’s configuration has changed. And, further upgrades have been done while I’ve owned it.

You can read an article by Jim Allen on the CJ3B web site:
I also have a 1995 article published by 4Wheel and Offroad.

I bought the Jeep directly from Tom in 2018, so I’m the second owner. It is currently registered, tagged, and insured in Georgia. Georgia does not issue titles for vehicles over 25 years old.

While in my ownership I have performed some deferred maintenance, made some upgrades, and have fixed a few things that didn’t work.

I am an International 4WD Trainer and have used this Jeep exclusively for my training classes.
I am also a Jeep Jamboree Event Coordinator and have used it for Jeep Jamborees too.

I bought this Jeep because I remember seeing it in the 1990s and always thought it was “cool”. And, I needed a vintage flat fender Jeep to attend a favorite Jeep event in Colorado.

My needs have changed and I have relocated to Florida for work.
I don’t want to see this great Jeep just sit in my garage.
It deserves to be exploring new trails with an eager owner.

Please prepare to be overwhelmed with details on this build. It’s got all of the good stuff. I spent a lot of time on the phone with Tom to learn everything I could about what he built. I have an amazing amount of detail for it. Too much for here, but it’s all recorded and comes with the Jeep.

Tom started with a 1959 DJ-5 frame that he stretched about 6-inches. He added a reproduction CJ-3B body to it. It has a full “roll cage” bolted to the frame.

He used a Chevrolet 350 small block engine with Howell fuel injection. There is a T-18 transmission and Dana 20 transfer case behind that. It has a hydraulic clutch system.

One of the best features is that it has the Warn XCL coil suspension with Fox coil-over shocks. I even have extra coil-overs and a shop that can rebuild them, if that’s ever needed. The polyurethane bushings used in the suspension are all “off the shelf” items.

The axles are great. They are both narrowed high pinion Dana 44s with 4.88 ratios. There is a Detroit locker in the front axle and ARB air locker in the rear. Naturally there are Warm premium hubs up front and drive flanges in the rear. Manually locking hubs can be added for flat towing.

The rear axle has had a Holbrook full float conversion and both axles have disc brakes. The axle shafts are all 30-spline. Moser Engineering can still make replacement axle shafts, if needed.

It has a 75.8:1 crawl ratio. If you use Low range and 1st gear you will need a calendar to see when you’ll arrive at your destination.

In High range and 4th gear it will run down the interstate at 70 mph, but you’ll need to get used to driving it with a flexible suspension and no swaybar. Wheee…

It has Saginaw power steering and I’ve recently replaced the steering box, pump, and hoses.

The Jeep currently has steel wheels and 33” BF Goodrich KM3 tires. There is plenty of ground clearance with this set-up.

I have easily spent over $20,000 while I’ve owned it.

Some of the things I’ve done include replacing the engine with a new Chevrolet Performance crate engine. The original engine was tired and showing bearing material. The replacement is a stock SBC 350 putting out a peak 210 Hp and 300 ft.-lbs. of torque. Plenty of power for a small lightweight Jeep.
I have added a new Bestop Tigertop, Procar bucket seats, and a Tuffy Security console. A Cobra 29 CB radio and Midland MXT400 GMRS radio are included. These radios are usually required on group trail rides.
I’ve also added an ARB twin air compressor.
I have gone through the wiring and removed excess wires and switches from the past and added a cut-off switch. It has a fuse block now. And, the windshield wipers and turn signals are working.
The windshield glass and gasket have been replaced. Sun visors have been added. It has side mirrors now.
The fuel injection chip has been reprogrammed for better high altitude performance. And, I’ve added a hydraulic parking brake.
I replaced an old Warn winch with an even older 8274 winch. I added Warn’s synthetic winch rope and a roller fairlead. I replaced the battery with an Optima yellow top AGM battery.

So you may be asking what still needs to be done to it. The answer is “Nothing”. This is a fully sorted highly capable Jeep ready to go.
But, it is not anything like a new Jeep. It doesn’t have heat, although I have a new heater system for it that’s included. It doesn’t have air conditioning. No Bluetooth, satellite, or display screens. No AM/FM radio. You’ll only hear the growl of the V8 exhaust.
It is Old School. No air bags, ABS brakes, or back-up camera. The manual transmission is “truck-like”. The transfer case is gear driven.
Knowing that the Jeep would appear in magazines, the body shop applied a thick layer of body filler and sanded it very smooth. Then they painted it and it looked awesome… 30 years ago.
The trails have added some “patina”. There are some chunks of filler that are gone and there are some minor dents. There is NO rust. To me, it was just evidence that the Jeep was used and enjoyed.
I have driven this Jeep on trails in Georgia, Tennessee, Colorado, and Utah. Where do you want to go?

I have “invested” roughly $40,000 in the Jeep in total. I’m asking $19,995 or a reasonably close offer.
I will cooperate with a transport company if you’d like it shipped. The Jeep is in an Atlanta, Georgia suburb.

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UPDATE: Anyone near Allentown


UPDATE: A big thanks to Bill who located Frank near the seller. Frank was happy to pick up the items for me and put them in the mail. So many great folks out there!

There is a seller who has a collection of Willys booklets (some manuals and a Willys Equipment binder) that he is willing to sell me for $125, but he’d prefer to have someone local pick them up.

So, is there anyone who could drop by his place in/near Topton, PA, pay him, pick them up, then mail them to me? I can PayPal or send you a check for the gas, time and postage.


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Making More Progress on the Racer

• CATEGORIES: Builds, Features • TAGS: .

Sorry the pics aren’t better, but the focus is on creation and not documentation. The goal is to be able to drive it during the first week of May.

The clutch and brake pedal system are all ready for install, though it’s apart for paint. The floor framework is partly complete as of today. I should have the floor frame and floor itself ready for some paint by Sunday (assuming there aren’t more distractions (there have been plenty of those ..).

I ended up building a custom bracket system for the clutch and brake. Because of the holes in the firewall from the old clutch/brake system, I sandwiched the firewall between the bracket I made and a thin sheet of metal to make it look cleaner. Here’s a very rough look from a few days ago. Both pedals had bends, which I straightened (and are straighter than shown below) with the press (as I didn’t need the bends).

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Below are some of the parts with a layer of paint. There’s nothing fancy here. I’d love to have the time to tear the whole jeep down, properly clean it, then paint it. But, I want to run the racer first to see how it does before investing more time doing a big overhaul.


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Rubber Ducking From Canada

• CATEGORIES: Features

Bill shared this link to a Hemmings story about the origins of getting ducked from Canada.


This photo is from this article on ducking:

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1948 CJ-2A San Antonio, TX $400


No title, but there seems to be value.

“CJ-2A jeep project, have in storage. Have no time and moving. Don’t have title, but have data plate. Great for restoration or parts. Doesn’t run and mission grill and seats. Asking $400 OBO Will need a trailer to hual it. If you have any questions DM me.”

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1947 CJ-2A Arizona $18,500


Otis is selling his restored CJ-2A. You can reach him at 928 363 1912.

“1947 CJ2A serial # 88970,  engine runs great, transmission and transfer case are excellent, too many new parts to list, receipts of $13,000 for parts and service available, tried to keep original in restoration, there is nothing left to do but enjoy, $18,500. call for more details.

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1958 FC-150 Dana Point, CA $15,000

• CATEGORIES: FC150-FC170-M677

Looks in good shape.

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“This is a beautiful 1958 Jeep Willys FC150 Forward Control. The first FC-150 bore a lot of mechanical resemblance to the CJ, using the same F-head 134-cube four-cylinder engine, T-90 three-speed manual transmission, and Spicer 18 T-case with similar front Spicer 25 and rear Dana 44 axel.

It runs and drives, but the water pump is starting to leak. Gas tank is new , use to had a boom wrecker in the bed but the wrecker and flashing lights have been removed. Still have the flashing lights you can install it if you like .

I’m a dealer and I have a clear Illinois title for this truck . When I looked up the VIN , it indicates that it is a 1957 model. I think back then, some states titled vehicles in the year that they were purchased, which may explain why it is titled as a 1958.

This truck need a professional paint job and new upholstery , I seen this trucks sell over $50,000 in perfect condition. Please view my other listing .”

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1946 CJ-2A Southern MO $2500


This get his by a tree?

“1946 Willys CJ2A. Rear crash damage. Motor, transmission, t-case were all working fine at the time of the incident. With the damage being concentrated to the right rear it should still be good. Also includes a hard half top, windshield, and hard door”

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1976 CJ-5 Race Jeep Festus, MO $8500

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Seems a pretty good price for a race-ready rig.

“Ready to race, complete w/ 6.0L Built Turbo 400 BigShot plate consistent 4.40’s in 300′ comes with Paddle Tires only no Boggers”

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12 Volt Genand PSteering Pump Lake City, CA $300


Blaine spotted this old school, unique combo. I’ve got no experience with this setup.

“Model number 1102115 serial number 9C10 For additional info call, ask for Hank”


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1942 MB Slat Grille Wellsboro, PA Auction


Bidding closes on this jeep May 3.–peter-gorda-estate–auction/

“Willys Overland MB – 42? Willys Overland Mb, military serial #123565, date of delivery 2-27-1942, engine turns freely, (has not been started) with 1000 lbs. electric winch, Willy’s serial #451-GB1 23800 also VIN #, Military Jeep Complete book (with title)”


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1953 CJ-3A East Moriches, NY **SOLD**


UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $8000.

This is supposed to be Ward Canaday’s jeep. It does appear to have some rust.

“This is Ward Canaday’s Jeep. He was President of Willys/Overland during WWII and considered the Father of the Jeep. It’s a mostly original unmolested 1953 CJ3A wich runs great. It’s still runs on the 6 volt system and I’ve replaced the windshield, muffler and rebuilt the carb.”

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VEC CJ-2A Body & Parts Nortonville, KS $1000


UPDATE: This has been reposted at a higher price.

(02/25/2023) Looks like there could be some value here.

“Early cj2a tub, grill, tail gate, 2 hoods, windshield frame, extra dash cowl assembly, and 2 seat frames. Tub is actually pretty solid sans the normal floor spots. Selling for a friend of mine. $500 obo. Will have a matching stripped cj2a frame available (no drive train or axles) and another complete tub and stripped frame (same as above) available in a week or so for additional. Would be willing to make a “whole lot” deal.”

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1955 M-38A1 Martinsburg, WV $2500


Andy shared this find, which was previously listed in 2019. It’s an M-38A1 with an extended rear. We’ve seen a few of these over the years, but I don’t have much history about them. The half top looks like a sears branded one.

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“This is not a CJ6! This is extend behind the rear wheel like a scrambler. It is a super rare military Jeep that even most military Jeep enthusiasts know nothing about. I put the cj5 half cab on it but it can be easily removed. The engine ran but hasn’t for years now. The floorboards were very rusted and have been cut out to be replaced. I have a military tub with great flooring to go with it that needs to be welded in. This would be a great project that would be well worth the effort because of the rarity of this Jeep. Call me at 54zero 66four39two 3 and I can give you more info about it. Last picture is of another one like it”

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1948 CJ-2A Houston, TX $1700


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