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2 1966 CJ-5s Kennwick, WA $7000


A running jeep plus a parts jeep.

“Year: 1966 Make: Jeep Model: CJ 5 Body style: convertible Exterior color: Blue Interior color: Black Fuel type: Gasoline Mileage: 65000 2- 1966 CJ 5’s 1 is a great jeep so much done already and so much fun! Wind in your hair sun on your face! Also have a near complete match for you to have, lots of parts, new 2” lift, new tires, wheels, top, seats, completely new fuel system tank to carb. Complete brake rebuild kit master to drums. Ready to go have fun at the dunes!”

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1954 CJ-3B Jamestown, OH $6200


UPDATE: This was last listed in 2019.

(05/15/2019) It is a flat fender body on an S-10 subframe.

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“1954 Willys jeep. Sits on s-10 frame, drivetrain is all Chevy, 350 engine, tires 33×12.50×15, this is 2 wheel drive. Built from the ground up. Not another one like it anywhere. Runs/drives great. Looks great. Great for summer cruising”

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1953 CJ-3A New Milford, CT $4000


It’s a project. The ad could use some better pics.


“Posting for a friend that doesn’t have Facebook. Sorry that the picture quality is not very good but the Jeep is in storage for the winter. I can provide his phone number to all serious inquiries and he will answer all questions. Here is the info he provided: 1953 Jeep willys cj3a 350 chevy Warn Overdrive Ford 9″ rear locked Dana 44 auto-lock New 3″ lift Frame is good Tub in decent shape for age Have 2 good front fenders and a rear quarter to fix body Started a frame off restoration and ran out of time.. my loss your gain..more in parts alone than I’m asking.. ran and drove before disassembly Have title Great project just needs reassembly”

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A Date With Judy, Issue #22

• CATEGORIES: Comics, Features

Between 1947 and 1960, Judy (do we ever learn her last name?) dated A LOT. Every couple of months, Judy was on another date, hence the title “A Date with Judy”. During date #22, she hooked up with a feller who owned a jeep (who may have been her main squeeze named Oogie?), at least the jeep appears on the cover (I don’t know if the jeep plays a role in one of the stories inside the comic book).

As you may have guessed by now, I really don’t have any idea what I’m talking about regarding this comic book series! Anyway, here’s the cover.


Prior to the Comic book, there was a radio series by the same name.

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Winter Park Villager: A DJ-3A Surrey Pulling a Matching Trailer

• CATEGORIES: Advertising & Brochures, DJ-3A, Features, Old News Articles, Postcards • TAGS: , .

UPDATE:  The two post cards at the bottom of this post were on eBay several years ago. I recently came across some newspaper clippings that give background about the Winter Park Villager tram’s purpose. The service began November 28, 1966, but I could not find an end-date.

This first article discusses the jeep tram’s beginnings:


Article dated November 13, 1966, from the Orlando Sentinel

This next article notes that Monday, November 28th, as the launch date for the jeep tram service.


Article dated December 1, 1966, from the Orlando Evening Star

This short article from March of 1967 describes some of the tram’s stops:


March 03, 1967, in the Orlando Evening Star

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This Winter Park Villager shows a DJ-3A Surrey pulling a matching trailer in Winter Park, Florida. One of these postcards is currently on eBay.

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Here’s another view of the same combo. One of these postcards is currently on eBay



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Year? M-38 Willys-Overland Export Company Brochure

• CATEGORIES: Advertising & Brochures, Features

This sold yesterday on eBay for $51 +shipping. I gave up bidding on it, because I couldn’t tell how many pages there were. I was concerned there were only four and didn’t want to get into a bidding war over it (I got another cool brochure instead).

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1949 CJ-3A Kennewick, WA $10,000


UPDATE: Still Available.

(03/02/2021) Looks solid.

“49 willys flatfender cj-3a Original go-devil L134 motor Factory 3 speed manual Warn overdrive Digital ignition Gm 1 wire alt (12V) Gear reduction starter 11″ brakes all around Power-loc rear lsd Runs and drives great Comes with another set of 1 piece 15″ rims, a spare two piece 16″ rim, and parts”

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1951 M-38 Canon City, CO $15,000


Looks solid. Has some updates.

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“Price reduced from 20,000 because of some paint damage. Off road adventures caused the small paint damage.
See photos.

Once in a lifetime purchase. Has been in my family for 40+ years. Need to sell to purchase another vehicle for my children to drive. This Jeep is not like ANY you will ever see. EVERYONE loves it. Definite head turner. You could enter it in a show or drive it to impress the neighbors! Welcome to the awesome Jeep world!!!!!
Rebuilt motor and full off frame restoration. Rarely drive it except to play in the mountains.
Text me for more information.”

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1951 CJ-3A Garberville, CA $3000


UPDATE: Price dropped to $3000.

(06/30/2019) Seems worth a look. Some body damage on the passenger rear quarter panel.

“2500 or trade for top shelf 215”

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1954? Siebert Willys Ambulance Utility Cars Brochure

This undated Siebert Willys Ambulance brochure was probably produced in 1954-or 1955, based on the grille design on page 4. There is no form number on it. Within the brochure the company describes three different ambulance options.

  1. One was called an Ambulance Utility Wagon and is featured on the backpage. It appears to be a basic sedan delivery with added first-aid/ambulance equipment.
  2. The company also produced a Willys Custom Ambulance, which included side windows and a “deluxe interior”.
  3. The third was called the Willys Ambulance Bus (originally called the Willys Ambulance in a 1951 brochure). It was a lengthened 4-door (with the rear doors set up as suicide doors), along with other mods.

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Derek provides more information on the Siebert Ambulances and has additional pics on the CJ-3B page.

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1960 Article on the Los Angeles Arborteum Jeep Train

• CATEGORIES: Features, Old Images • TAGS: .

This June 25, 1960, article the Los Angeles Times shares the news that the jeep train would be expanded to two trams, rather than just one. Based on other articles, it appears the one-tram jeep train was started sometime around 1955.


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JEEP — Joint Effort Extra Pay Slogan

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

Maury forwarded this “JEEP” pin that’s available on eBay. Does anyone have any history on the slogan “Joint Effort Extra Pay”? It would be easy to jump to the conclusion that this was some kind of Willys-Overland or Willys-Motors factory worker incentive program, but I’d want more evidence before concluding that.

View all the information on eBay

“Vintage, JEEP FACTORY PIN (Joint-Effort-Extra-Pay) 1-1/2 x 3/4 Inches”

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A web search yielded a second item with the same logo, except this time on an ashtray with the an accompanying “A W” logo.

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1946 CJ-2A Joshua Tree, CA $9500


UPDATE: Still Available.

(02/26/2021) This has a louvered hood. The jeep seems solid with a few updates.

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1952 M-38CDN Ford Mesa, AZ $17,500

• CATEGORIES: M-38 • TAGS: , .

UPDATE: This was last up for sale in 2017.

“Nice almost all org 1952 M38 CND for sale. The good – Almost all org. Seems to be mostly a survivor. CND M38s are very rare under 3000 made as compared to 60,000 US. Rebuilt carb and all brake components are new. Runs great no shake or shudder at any speed does not jump out of 2nd at any time. Very Rare and much cheaper than a new side by side and it is worth more money every year. The bad- 12 volt now with non waterproof system. Some rust repair not perfect but good. Old dent on right rear looks to be not repaired correctly. Non org is the 12 volt and the lock out hubs on the front axle. The tool box was repaired at some time and is about 2 inches deeper than stock. Jeep is in AZ with clean title and AZ registration as Historic Vehicle. I have the complete roof with a few spare pieces and the canvas is good but the windows are not due to age and yellowing.”

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1942 GPW Fort Mohave, AZ **SOLD**


UPDATE: Reports are the this sold. It was listed at $20,000.

Based on the front bumper’s holes, I think this is a GPW.

“Totally restored with 50 caliber machine gun – for sale $20K or trade.”

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1946 VEC CJ-2A Mesa, AZ $2500


It’s unclear from the pics how much VEC is left. The serial number is #15527.

“Non running. Have title.”

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1969 DJ-5 2WD RHD Las Vegas, NV $5000


This is a project. This appears to be a rare Right-hand-drive DJ-5 with the correct 8505025 serial number prefix (as opposed to the DJ-5 Dispatchers made for the post office).

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“1969 Military Police Jeep Right Hand Drive DJ5
We started to restore it but no longer have the time.
4 New Military Tires
New Carburetor,
New hoses, New fan belt, New air in-take. New Radiator & New Thermostat.
Changed all fluids, did tune up. Turned it over to do compression test.
2 New Seats to go in, plus an extra bus seat for the back.
I started to sand it to have it rhino lined military green. We also have vendor for windshield glass and gasket.
Asking $5000 OBO Serious Inquiries Only, at this time have not driven it”

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4 15×12 5×5.5 Spoke Rims Pinehurst, ID **SOLD**

• CATEGORIES: Tires and Rims

UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $150.

Looks like a good price.

“I have a set of 4 15×12 5×5.5 deep dish steel wheels with a 3.75″ backspacing for sale. They fit old ford dodge & jeep. Asking $150obo”

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1941? MB? Slat? Gilbert, AZ $12,990


The body is civilian. The grille is slat. The rest seems to be a variety of parts.

“Extreme rare and you may be one of the last to own this amazing critical part of America history
.. not to many left in this good of shape trust free and running..
Make me good ..
All decent offer will be looked at..”

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1947? Lefty Bryan, TX $4000


Listed as a 1947, this parts jeep has a 1948 Lefty body.

“1947 CJ2A frame and body parts and 6 tires plus frame, body parts from an unknown year Willy’s. ’47’s engine, starter and generator professionally rebuild and ready to install. Clean Colorado title for the ’47. Everything inherited from a family member who passed away. No delivery and no parting – buyer takes all. Tractor available to load frames and bodies onto a flatbed trailer or truck.”

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1946 CJ-2A and 1959 (DJ-3A?) Agoura Hills, CA $2000


There could be some value here. No pics provided. The “59 Willys CJ2” could very well be a DJ-3A.

“i have a 46 willys cj2 with a small block chevy and 59 willys cj2 with the original flathead both need restoration $2000 for both.”

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British Airborne Jeeps: Modifications & Markings, 1942-1945

• CATEGORIES: Books, Features

I recently obtained from eBay a copy of the first version (which is my designation, to separate it from an expanded 2019 version of the same name) of Monica Baan and Rob Van Meel’s British Airborne Jeeps (3rd Printing, printed in 1998). It’s loaded with detail drawing and diagrams of the modifications made for the airborne jeeps. This first version is just under 50 pages. I’ll post a few example pages at the bottom of the post:


After I received the book, I did some more research and learned that in 2019 Rob updated the book with photographs and much more. Now the book is three-times as large, with 154 pages. The new version is available for purchase for £29.99:,%20Rob.


Either book would be useful for the person who wants to recreate a British Airborne Jeep. Here is a sneak peak at some pages from the booklet I have:



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1960? Jeep Family Brochure in French

• CATEGORIES: Advertising & Brochures, Features, International

As discussed on this page, which shares the English version of this brochure, given the “hockey stick” style of the 2WD wagon and the one-piece wagon and truck windshields sometimes shown, this could have been a 1960 brochure. And, it may have been European focused given the French and Enlightenment versions.

Here is the French version fo the brochure:

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David Tracy to Turn FC-170 into Electric Off-Roader

• CATEGORIES: FC150-FC170-M677, Features

Over at Jalopnik, David Tracy reported on his plans to turn a derelict FC-170 from Camano Island into an electric off-road vehicle. He provides plenty of pics of the neglected FC, one that will require a full rebuild. It will be interesting to follow this project.


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Modified MB w/ Marshall Jones and Roy Joe Baxter

• CATEGORIES: Features, Old Images • TAGS: .

This jeep has some of the stranger fenders I’ve seen on WWII jeeps. They seem like they are slowly absorbing the jeep

Marshall “Grandpa” Jones and Roy Joe Baxter pose with Roy Joe’s stream-lined Jeep in Munich, Germany, 1945. The Jeep was named “the Hunk.” After the war Jones attained fame as a musician on the Grand Ole Opry. At the age of 32 he was already called “Grandpa”– he got his nickname ten years prior due to his grouchy moods on his morning radio show. The Jeep was most likely a government contracted passenger model made by Ford or Willys. There were over 500,000 of these cars produced during the War.”


PHOTO CREDIT: Universi ty of Tennessee, Knoxville