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CJ-2As & CJ-5 Ridgeland, MSA $500


Is that some kind of lift/fork-lift/press on the front of the CJ-2A?

“Willys Jeep’s 2 are complete and one isn’t. One truck bed made into trailer. Make an offer. Open to trades”

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1964 CJ-5A Tux Park Surprise, AZ BaT


Mike’s selling this nice looking Tuxedo Park IV. It includes a beautiful example of a Kelly Safari Hardtop, complete with the soft-top sections and one of the best examples of that top that I’ve seen. This jeep was listed on Bat (with lots of pics) and other sites, including Craigslist. The body has been restored in some places and patched on the front floors. or

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1946 CJ-2A Niceville, FL $9000


The body has been repair with some mods.

“1946 Willys Jeep Mostly original with a few mods. Aftermarket led lights, roll bar, wider tires and aftermarket wheels. Pretty clean example of a very cool car!!”

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1949? CJ-2A Palm Bay, FL $3000


Unclear how long it has been since this has run.

“Nice project CJ2A. Title in hand. Garage kept. Has ran before. Clean carb. Tubes hold air well enough to transport and store”



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1948 Empire Tractors Scranton, PA $1000

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These are projects or parts, but look to be a good price. Thanks to Andy for spotting this ad.

“the one on the right with the turf wheels. Needs everything repaired or restored and missing pieces found, Willys L134 engine, T-90 tranny model 18 t case, spicer 442-1 rear diff. Check them out on the empire facebook page or empire website.”


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1954 CJ-3B Trenton, FL $6000


No description provided.

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1952 M-38 Denham Springs, LA $4000


The headlights look to be a bit cross-eyed.

“PTO Winch, manual transmission. Hasn’t been driven in a few years. Title in hand.”

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Year? CJ-3B Bristol, TN $2500


This runs, but the body is rough. It includes a Koenig hardtop and EasyLok hubs.

“Old jeep willys the motor runs video of it running 2500obo”

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1946 VEC? CJ-2A Polkton, NC $6000


This runs, but needs work. It does have a column shifter.

“946 Willys Jeep CJ2A, runs and drives but needs throttle and clutch adjustments. Has rust but I feel it’s more solid than most. F134 4 cylinder engine with rare column shift. Asking $6000 OBO open to offers, if doesn’t sell in next week or so I’m going to list in local auction.”

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1948 CJ-2A De Soto, MO $4500


Needs work, especially brakes.

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“1948 cj2a. Clean title. Starts and runs. Has a Buick 231 V6. Aluminum intake, Holley carb, fenderwell long tube headers. New plugs wires valve cover gaskets fuel pump starter and fuel line installed. Comes with new water pump, Mallory points and condenser I bought as spares and disc brake brackets. Has 31s with okay tread. Floor pan needs repaired have sheet metal to go with it. Seats need redone and gas tank needs replaced. Brake pedal is frozen assuming master cylinder is rusted up. No brakes at all. Will start and move around but does not stop. Not in a place where I have to sell it but i got too many projects.”

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RIP Zollie 2009-2022


Ann and Zollie

On Tuesday, we lost internet for the entire day, so I just took the day off the computer.

Well, that was part of the reason. The other part was that on Monday it rained all day, so Ann, the dogs, and I enjoyed some quiet time listening to the rain. It was a good day to decompress.

However, our 13-year-old elderly dog Zollie did not enjoy it quite as much. He struggled on and off most of the day, coughing and spitting up some phlegm. Despite his medication, his failing heart seemed to be failing a little more than usual. Eventually, we went to the animal hospital, hoping that whatever Zollie was fighting was something that could be cleared up, but it was not to be. While his will and attitude were very much intact, his body was failing him. He had life left in him, but he’d be in pain and uncomfortable. So, we held him as he was put to sleep…

In 2010, before I entered Ann’s life, she was living in Omaha and on her own after her ex bf chose to date their babysitter (awkward). Between her already existing PTSD and that tumultuous event, she decided to get a PTSD service dog.

She had always been a big-dog type of girl, but her lingering injuries meant she could only handle a small dog. After searching, she found herself at a Humane Society kennel where she spotted a tiny dog with a big attitude, a foo-foo shitzu-pomeranian mix, exactly the kind of dog she never thought she’d own. The precocious little pup was keeping the rest of the other dogs in the kennel under control and at bay. She liked his toughness and confident attitude, so she took him home.


Zollie at Four Corners. He was always patient with his Momma’s photography.

Her new dog’s role was to help calm her when she she felt her anxieties building. So, she named him after a drug with a similar purpose: Zoloft; but altered it slightly to Zollie.

When I entered the picture in 2011, Zollie was already a well-trained and well-behaved little dog. He could sit through a movie at a movie theatre without making a peep. He could fetch her inhaler on command. If you made the whistle sound of a bomb falling he would duck under the nearest chair (one of Ann’s favorite tricks and a reflection of her sometimes-sick humor). He was so well mannered that you could put him in the front yard and he wouldn’t wander away, even if dogs walked past the yard. He travelled well and rarely complained.


Zollie, Ann and I going camping in 2014. He really didn’t like camping (dirt, fires, slick camper floors …)

I wasn’t all that interested in having a dog when I met Ann. And, she warned me that Zollie hadn’t liked her last boyfriend. So, I think we were both surprised when Zollie and I bonded right away. Though he could be a little jealous when Ann and I kissed, he seemed very supportive of our relationship.

Zollie was a “pretty” dog, often mistaken for a female. The natural shape of his mouth always made it seemed like he was smiling whenever he opened it. He also had a very precise sense of time [by the end of his life, he seemed to know exactly when 6am (food and meds), 2pm (meds), 5pm (dinner), and 8pm (meds) was and he kept us on track by sitting in the kitchen and grunting when it was those times].

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Jeep Article from the National WWII Museum in NOLA

• CATEGORIES: Features, Museums

Bill shared this article by Tom Czekanski from the National WWII Museum in New Orleans, a place I have yet to visit (“yet” being the key word).


PHOTO CREDIT: 1941 Ford GP awaits assembly. Courtesy of The National WWII Museum.

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Pat Brady Coloring Book on eBay

• CATEGORIES: Books, Features

Glenn spotted this Pat Brady coloring book on eBay. The cover shows a great illustration of the Nelly Belle jeep.

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“My Husband’s coloring book from his childhood.”


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1954 M-38A1 Bridgeport, CT $11,000


Nick’s selling this good looking M-38A1 with much of the original lettering.

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“This fully functional M38A1 wears its patina with pride. The Jeep was manufactured in 1954 for the U.S. Army and spent its life in Kansas before making its way to the east coast. It still proudly displays its original hood numbers and many of its military-issued markings. It underwent a complete chassis and drive train restoration. The body was removed for over two years, all the while its F134 Engine, 3-speed transmission, 2-speed transfer case, and axles were rebuilt to their original form.

The “A1” still retains its original 24-volt electrical system and all lights including black-out lights work. It runs strong and is a pleasure to drive. There is even an air raid siren mounted to the jeep for added fun when at a car show, parade, or going out for ice cream. The jeep will come with all spare parts, literature, extra jerrycans, a military duffle, and a small non-functioning generator. Asking $11,000. This M38A1 would make a great addition to any collection and turns heads wherever it goes.”

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1949 Wagon Graniteville, SC $13,500

• CATEGORIES: Willys Wagons

This looks like a solid build.

“1949 Willys Wagon, mid 80s GM 3.8 V6 engine with auto transmission and matching Rear end. New wood trim inside and out. New seats, Great project to finish or to drive as is!”

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Year? CJ-2A? Sheridan, WY $1500


Listed as a 1944, this appears to be a 2A based solely on the transmission cross member sitting in the back of the jeep. This also has an extended rear, which isn’t seen often on a 2A. It might make an interesting project.

“Old Willy’s jeep. Good restoration project. Selling for a friend”

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1953 CJ-3B Gilchrist, OR $12,500


This has a variety of functional updates. Needs some additional work.

“Willys Jeep CJ3B High Hood Reproduction body sitting on a 71’ Cj5 frame with many modifications Dauntless 231 odd fire V6 engine T18 trans Dana 18 transfer case Disc brake Dana 30 up front Offset Dana 44 in rear Power steering conversion Front shackle reversal Custom roll cage – front & rear bumpers Sitting on 32’s but can clear 35’s Needs a little work on radiator and rear end – otherwise runs great Would need to be picked up from location $12,500 obo title in hand”

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1957 FC-170 Monticello, IL $3500

• CATEGORIES: FC150-FC170-M677

Greg’s selling this FC-170. It includes a set of Husky-manufactured Allstate-branded hubs. You can contact Greg at 217 417 1246.

“The remnants of lettering on the driver’s door indicate that this particular truck belonged to a bricklayer early in its life. I assume that the bricklayer bought this truck with the intent of installing the flat bed because adding the flat bed to the factory overload springs in the rear would have been ideal for hauling building materials. It also appears that they improved the roadability of this truck by replacing the original 4.88:1 gears in the axles with 4.27:1 gears that were available many years ago but have since been discontinued. Jeep enthusiasts agree that is why this truck has so many miles on it while other FC’s did not.

The manual locking hubs in this vehicle were obtained from Sears & Roebuck, which sold automobile parts in their catalogs from sometime in the 1950’s into the 1970’s.

In poking around the truck some, I have determined that it wore red and white paint at one point in time. Otherwise, it seems that a youngster got ahold of this truck, did an extremely poor job of installing a 4-inch lift kit, and promptly took this truck off-roading where they ran it up onto something. Whoever this was did an equally poor job of trying to replace the radiator and an even worse job of fixing the broken steering.

I have since replaced the sector shaft, pitman arm, drag link and bellcrank with the later, upgraded versions which I obtained from Harry and Jo at Midwest Willys. I also installed the shift plate underneath the cab while I had the shifter assembly out for new rubber bushings.

The truck does not run at this time. However, I have pulled in a new wiring harness from Walcks that I never finished installing. I still have the instructions for this harness and they will be included.

The truck is an ugly survivor with a broken rear window. All of the other glass is good and I put some used tires on it during the summer of 2021 as the old bias-ply tires finally gave up.

I hate to see it go, but, life seems to be taking a turn and I do not think I can give it the time, effort and attention that it deserves.

I am asking $3,500.00 and that is a firm price for an old beast that comes with a title.”





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1954 CJ-3B Roswell, GA $19,000


This looks in good shape.

“Excellent willys always in the same family southern cj Great driver new tires excellent pain ready to drive”

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1946? VEC? CJ-2A Snohomish, WA $9000


Given the indents and the full floaters, this might have been a 1945. If there was a column shift, it’s been replaced with a floor shifter. Just one pic provided.


“46 CJ2A runs drives and stops. I have the original gauges in a box. She needs a new tub and body package. A rewire once you have the tub off. I’m trying to not loose too much money. My mechanic retired and I don’t have the tools to finish her. More pictures available upon request. She’s been parked in the barn for a while I’ll have to drive her out to get better pictures. Not selling because I need money just want someone to finish her.”

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1959 FC-170 Canton, GA $3000

• CATEGORIES: FC150-FC170-M677

The seller also has a FC-150 for sale. He will sell both as a combo for $5000.

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“1959 FC 170 flatbed Jeep truck. I have a clean title for the truck, the truck runs but needs a fuel pump and new wiring. Truck does run and I have drove it. It could use plug wires and points but it doesn’t knock or have and internal noise. Has a new radiator core. $3000 and does not come with original wheels. I have other wheels that I can put on the truck. If you want the original wheels then the price is $3700 because original 16 inch Jeep wheels are hard to come by in good condition and these wheels are nice.I have videos of the truck on my YouTube channel Red Clay Traveler if you want to see it running. If you buy both the FC 170 and the FC 150 I have for sale then the price is 5000 for both trucks.”

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1953 M-38A1 White, GA $5500


This has one of the extended rear bed setups. Seller has a second one (OD Green) that also has one.

“M38A1 it has been extended in rear…. battery box and slave receptical have been deleted.still has original motor and drive train just converted to 12 volt I’m not sure who did the metal work but it was not a back yard bubba job.. someone knew what they were doing and had metal working tools such as a bead roller to do the tool boxes. It was first air force jeep…then marine Corp then owned by fire department. I believe it was extended in the Marine corps or by the fire department I have seen several other Jeeps that look similar. Yes!!! It’s a m38a1 not a CJ!! It still has undercoating from the Marine Corps. All marine jeeps had this. I Have a title.”

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1954 CJ-3B Project Ferndale, WA $3000


This has some interesting mods.

“302 Ford T18 truck transmission Spicer twin stick T18 Transfer case Custom Landrover Frame and axles Power leather seats Roll cage Custom aluminum fuel tank This is a project car needs some fresh energy to finish. I’m looking for space in my garage.”

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1957 FC-150 Canton, GA $2500

• CATEGORIES: FC150-FC170-M677

UPDATE: Price dropped to $2500.

Tom spotted this running, but rough, FC-150.

“1957 FC 150 cab over Jeep Truck. $6000 obo. Truck runs and will need a radiator core replacement or a new radiator. The truck is complete and even has the counter weight still under the bed. This is the first year production of the FC 150 and is a narrow track model. Extremely rare truck with a good windshield still in it, which is very hard to find. It’s the deluxe cab and has the extra windows in the cab. Truck has tons of bondo but has a solid frame! The truck is complete and the only thing I’m keeping are the original wheels, but I have another set to put on it. I have a couple videos showing it on my YouTube channel if you want to see it run and a better look. Channel is called Red Clay Traveler

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1946 CJ-2A Murfreesboro, TN $10,700


This appears to have some Cutlas Bulldog hubs.

“CJ2A Willy’s from 1946. Ran well (with video) until I did spark plugs and wires, can’t figure out the timing on it. Has seatbelts, canvas top, and all kinds of Maintaince things done to it. Has NO RUST. Will consider unique trades with big motors or 4WD, or a Motorcycle/cash trade”

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