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1953 CJ-3B? Mattawan, MI $2500


This may actually be a CJ-3A? The body is fiberglass.

“Collection of parts to build a 1953 Willy’s cj3b. Fiberglass tub, frame, axles. I have the transmission case but am missing internals. Complete transfer case, pto drive. Radiator, No motor.
Only body part missing is a hood. Also have the title.”

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1960 San Juan Rockies Jeep Cavalcade Brochure

• CATEGORIES: Advertising & Brochures, Features • TAGS: .

UPDATE II: A July 23, 1960, article in Grand Junction’s Daily Sentinel newspaper included a variation of the map that was published in the 1960 brochure:



UPDATE: (See the 1959 Cavalcade brochure here). 

Originally Published December 23, 2018: Many thanks to Chris for sending this wonderful Christmas present: An original 1960 3rd Annual San Juan Rockies ‘Jeep’ Cavalcade brochure he bought off of eBay. It was completely unexpected!

This tri-fold brochure opens to an 11″x17″ size, with photos, information and a map. Anyone know offhand if the entire route is still jeepable?
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1950? CJ-3A Union, MO $14,500


This appears to be a CJ-3A With a CJ-2A body OR a 3A body with CJ-2A bow holders(?). In any case, it looks in good shape with a Koenig hardtop.

“This is a 1950 Willys 2 door 4×4 utility vehicle that has been redone. Fairly rare with the hardtop and no rust. A repaint and restoration in excellent condition. Mechanically good, the Willys runs and drives and everything works. The brakes will need some attention.”

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Kelly 23 Series Hardtop St. Charles, MO $500


This appears in good shape.

“Complete Kelly full steel cab fits Willys CJ3A.
Basically consists of 6 large pieces.
2 lockable doors with frames that attach to the windshield. The door windows roll up.
2 side panels with large windows.
1 solid piece roof.
1 lift gate with large window.
Had very limited usage and only has minor surface rust from setting outside a couple of years.”

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1964 CJ-3B Logansport, IN $11,500


The rear floor is covered with diamond plate.

“Willy’s Jeep, CJ3B, 1/4 Ton Utility, street legal, titled and insured.
Driven daily during summer, 95% complete restoration
Only damage is to right rear corner,(see pictures)”






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1949 CJ-3A Easley, SC $12,000


Has a variety of updates.

4.3 V6 T 14 trans . Jeep hits the road like a new one ! 60 mph cruising speed one hand on the wheel .She has power steering and tilt wheel ,bucket seats and console full size rear seat .new fuel tank and all guages work . This is like they should have been in 1949. Very nice solid jeep .”





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1960 FC-150 Fairmount, GA $17,500

• CATEGORIES: FC150-FC170-M677

Looks like the bed needs finishing.

“1960 JEEP FC150 – $17,500.00 OBO
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1949 Jeepster Wheelersburg, WV $10,500

• CATEGORIES: Jeepster • TAGS: , .

This could be a good price.


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1948 CJ-2A “Lefty” Honey Brook, PA $1200


No title.

“I have for sale for parts or restore a 1948 Willy’s jeep with title. I do have a windshield frame that goes with it and some other small parts that came with it. It is a “lefty” they only made a batch of Lefty’s in 1948. Motor turns over not stuck”






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1950 Jeepster Solon, OH $12,100

• CATEGORIES: Jeepster

It’s got a few light mods, such as the bezels, the hood ornament, and the hub caps, but appears in good shape.

“1950 Willys Jeepster, hurricane 6 cylinder, 3 speed stick shift on the column with overdrive. New tires, top and side curtains, real nice interior everything is in great condition. All lights guages and everything else works as they are supposed to. Has four seatbelts added. Motor totally rebuilt with paperwork. Solid body no rust, runs and drives great. Very comfortable and gets a lot of attention. Asking $12100 obo”





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1953 M-38A1 Charlton, MA $16,000

• CATEGORIES: M-38A1 • TAGS: , .

This looks in good shape.

“1953 M38A1 original condition. 24 volt system, I have all the original parts that were replaced, seats, some lights, front fender. Fun to drive and to show. It is a 1953 jeep, Ma title in hand. Excellent condition.”

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1954 CJ-3B Louden, NH $11,500


This 3B includes a replacement body.

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“1954 Willy’s Jeep CJ3B
4 wheel drive, 3 speed, was restored in 2006 by Pioneer Jeep, Peabody,MA. Was recently gone thru – original radiator has been re- cored w/ new coil. New carburetor, fuel pump, distributor ,sparkplugs and battery. Comes with 6 ft snow plow and bench seat for back , also original manual, Chilton repair book and replacement parts catalog”

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1947 CJ-2A Jonesburg, MO $900


There may be some value here.

“1947 willy’s jeep parts only all or none missing grill and radiator few other things front bumper air cleaner 900 or best offer”


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Year? CJ-3B Marshalltown, IA $2000


I’m not sure how much value is here.

“Willys Jeep CJ3B off road project or parts vehicle. Has a small block chevy engine but does not turn. Frame has been stretched. Tires need replaced. Drive train looks like original jeep. There is no title. I do not answer emails or text because of all the scams and hacks, Please call and leave a message if I am not able to answer.”


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CJ-3B Tub Columbus, GA **Status Unknown**


UPDATE: **Status Unknown** Was $500.

Unclear if this is an early or late tub.

“CJ3B tub that was sand blasted to bare metal has some dents and needs alittle of work not rusty”


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Unusual Summer Hubs Redlands, CA $40

• CATEGORIES: Features, Parts • TAGS: .

These are an unusual set of Summer Hubs. I suspect they were custom made.

“Selling this pair of free wheeling hubs “summer hubs” for dana 25/27 front axle. Asking $40 plus shipping”


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16″x9″ Slot Mags Clackamas, OR $400

• CATEGORIES: Tires and Rims

Blaine spotted these rims. I think there are 4(?) rims?×9-slotted-aluminum/7357118956.html

“Rare 16×9 slotted aluminum mags 5×5.5 … Old school 5×5.5 wide center hole aluminum slotted mags with lug nuts. I had these on my 1981 Dodge Power Ram. They will fit Jeeps, Dodge, some Fords and a few other 4 wheel drive vehicles. Center hole is 4″ for large hubs.”


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1950 M-38 Elizabeth, PA **SOLD**


UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $2800.

Lacks a title.

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“Real M38 Jeep in fair condition, very rusty but restorable.
Engine and transmission are removed but included
Additional parts included also
No Title, Have paperwork to get one”

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1950 Truck JeepRod Rensselaer, IN $12,500

• CATEGORIES: Jeep Rods, Willys Trucks

UPDATE: Still Available.

(06/22/2021) This looks fast.

“1950 Willys
all receipts and good title
$12,500 obo”

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1946 CJ-2A East Arlington, VT **SOLD**

• CATEGORIES: Features • TAGS: .

This jeep recently sold, but the ad included several good photos of a Worman hardtop. Based on the door rivets, this might be the “mail carrier” model, which included roll up windows.

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1957 FC-170 Burlington, VT $1500

• CATEGORIES: FC150-FC170-M677

UPDATE: Still Available.

(06/08/2021) Not sure how much value is here.

“This 1957 Jeep FC-170 (as is) for parts or restoration. No paperwork – No Title. 6 Cylinder, Standard Shift. $1500 of Best Offer.”

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1947 CJ-2A Manchester Center, VT $9500


UPDATE: Price dropped to $9500.

(08/26/2020) The front frame rail CJ-2A gussets are missing, so there’s been some work on the front of the frame (or it has a later model frame). Has a PTO.

“47 Willys CJ2 Jeep. 98% original. No rust, non-military. Runs very well. Full canvas top. Roll bar. Needs new rubber soon. PTO option. Price firm.”

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Josef Ganz and His Pre-War Prototypes

• CATEGORIES: Features

Bill forwarded this article from Hemmings, which expands on the argument that Josef Ganz may have had a hand in, even if indirectly, aiding the push for a small reconnaissance vehicle.


Photo Credit: ,,, Ganz and his Swiss Volkswagen prototype

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Just in ‘Case’

• CATEGORIES: Features

Today I picked up these two former sporting good, lighted display cases. One is 6ft long, the other 5ft long. Between the two of them, I ought to have enough room for all the jeep toys and the small jeep items in my collection (and, I shouldn’t have to dust them very often). They could use some work, but I’ll use as is for now until I have time to properly deal with them.


The guy I got these cases from ran a mostly outdoor antique/junk shop out of his yard in remote Irrigon, Oregon. He had stuff all over the place!

Inside a hut, he showed me a 1929 Willys Knight he owned that had been restored, but is now dusty from sitting for a year. Apparently, he has difficulty with the timing advance on the steering column, so he doesn’t drive it anymore (though he said his son drives it just fine). So, the guy is interested in trading it for a late 1930s vehicle. Basically, he wants an old vehicle that he can easily hop into and drive. Here are a couple pics:

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I spotted a selling price of $15,000 on a sign in the car, but he flat out told me that he’s not so much interested in making money on the deal as he is finding the right car. If interested, email me at and I will send you a scan of his business card.

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New Jeep and Old Tables


I wanted to give a brief update on things. I know posts have been limited, but I’ve been putting my time away from you all to good use.

Firstly, we bought a new Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited. We did it because our GC had hit 110,000 miles, yet was still worth about $20k (thanks to the recent jump in used car prices). We decided to take advantage of the hike and strike while we could. We feel we saved about 10% overall (our jeep jumped $8k in price over the past few months, while the new GC jumped about $3k from pre-pandemic prices).


However, the process wasn’t without a hitch. The first local Jeep dealership we stopped at tried to stick us with an extra $5000 market adjustment fee that wasn’t disclosed on their website. They claimed all the dealers were adding that fee.

That turned out to be a half-truth … some were doing it and some weren’t. Those folks were a little surprised at how quickly we walked away from their offer.

The next day I called Bud Clary Jeep in Moses Lake. I talked with a sales guy, Jeremy, and outlined what we had, what we saw online at their dealership (in particular the price), what we were willing to pay in cash, and that we weren’t willing to pay some kind of market adjustment fee (at least not a surprise one that wasn’t included with the online price). True to his word, there was no adjustment fee and we pretty much made the deal on the phone. Ann drove up and closed it. We are satisfied customers.

On Friday we got word through a neighbor that the local high school was giving away a parking lot full of furniture. So, we high tailed it down there and snapped up about 10 desks, three rolling cars, and a tower magazine rack (perfect for my 50 or so issues of Four Wheeler Magazine). About the only downside is that I’m having to scrape gum off some of the desks.

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I finished up our garage-turned-workout gym. Having abandoned workouts during our move, I can now return to them, which should help me avoid the local ER, lol.


My progress in the shop has been less impressive. Still much work to be done.

As far as I know, the Epic Willys Adventure still plans to visit just before Labor Day Weekend. We are looking forward to hosting them for the evening.

We are gearing up for Ann’s surgery on the 29th (stomach surgery). She’ll be recovering most of August and likely won’t be fully recovered for several months.

My hope is that as the weather cools and the work around the place slows, that I’ll be able to return to more consistent updates. But, we’ll see….