It’s probably had some side panel work done.
“Fun Jeep to drive, clear title, 4 wheel drive with high and low range transmission. Drive on or off road. Duallys look like is a factory option. They add roll over stability on slopes and hills, and less rutting in mud. Have owned for 25 years, I do think the miles listed is likely correct as I bought it from a golf course. Vehicle does wander some at higher speeds on road, and wipers don’t work. May have minor amount of additional miles (less than 100) when sold. NO RESERVE”
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UPDATE: Still Available.
(08/09/2016) Seller just repainted the jeep. It includes an overdrive. Looks like a Meyer half cab.
“This 1958 Willys CJ6 was my dads he got it in the 70 & use it just for hunting. It’s a three speed w/an overdrive. Its all original with sum New Parts> Dashboard, Speedometer & Gauges, locking Glove Box W/charger for phone etc. Seats, New brakes & Wheel Cylinders, Master Cylinder, Carburetor, New Winch. The paint job was done w/spray paint cans about a 100 cans 4 different colors & under coating.
I have all the old part that will go with the buyer.”
Seller won’t separate. There’s a Meyer half cab and a Koenig full cab.
“one 47 willies with clean title it is more or less complete, no seats, the motor ran but used more oil than gas apparently, also no clue on year no title body shell along with two hard tops or cabs if you prefer, one short one long the long one was built by Koenig iron works Texas, no i wont sell separate all or nothing no trades just cash”
UPDATE: Still Available.
(04/03/2017) “Fits a cj3a not sure what else, half cab with doors and slider windows. Has the filler piece that goes between the wheel wells.”
Gayland spotted this former government vehicle. It could use some loving. It has several neat data plates.
“1966 JEEP CJ-5 For Sale. For $1500.00. Engine is unassembled and in rear of JEEP. JEEP was built for the Government. Has a warranty sticker on dash from Kaiser Jeep to the Government. Has a Government Data Plate on the dash. It is equipped with a 540 PTO on rear. The previous owner said that the person that he bought it from said it was used to mow grass at a park. The paint has a nice even patina and would look good preserved as is. More pictures added. The rust near the Department of Agriculture decal is the worse spot on the out side of the body. If you were going to restore a 1960s Jeep this would be a rare and interesting one to restore. I have added a picture of the Kaiser JEEP Corporation’s Special Sales Order Plate.
Price reduce to $1250.00 before it goes into the woods for another 10 years.”
UPDATE: Still Available.
(04/04/2017) Runs and drives. Could use some work.
“1948 willys 4wd jeep runs and drives.
Has original flat L head 4 cylinder has been overhauled 15 years ago and has been sitting since but runs and drives.
Needs wheel cylinders and the clutch adjusted.
Has new windshield.
Has been converted to 12v with turn signals.
Selling for a friend .
$2500 or best offer r trade for a 2post lift.”
This photo shows off a unique full hardtop. It looks like the top is magnifying the antenna.
“Original factory photograph , 8 x 10 , 3 original stamps on reverse , ” Lawless & Son , Houston , Texas ” , “Koenig Iron Works , Houston , Texas ” .”
Buy a top and get a free rusted tub and other parts.
“glass is good…some rust but very restorable…sitting on a pre 1976 cj5 tub…
unsure of brand
comes with the entire tub, steering column, rollbar, windshield frame and hood …hood, and windshield frame are good but the tub is rusted out”
That looks to be a Sears Standard half-top.
“Full aluminum top an doors for jeep willys 2a or 3a. Rain gutters an all are in great shape. Great for a willys resto. $500obo”
UPDATE: Still Available.
(01/30/2017) Craig shard this franken-jeep.
“1946? Willis home made half cab with Kelly doors, bed from 1/4 ton trailer, we call it “frankenwilly” flathead engine has decent compression, converted to 12 volt, new alternator,carb,starter, new wheel cylinders and master cyl. Frame repaired and sags, very ratty, very neat lots of good parts no title. We used it on the farm til this summer ”
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $1650.
This 2A appears to have an Econo-body type “H” Porter & Reed top.
“1948 Willys CJ-2A ‘project’ Jeep…runs, shifts, yard drives…4WD works…original flat head motor…still all 6 volt system…original windshield, seats, aluminum 1/2 cab…frame is straight + solid…front frame horns in nice shape…body kind of rusty for a restoration, but could be a decent driver…some tin patches done…needs exhaust, brake, body work, etc…asking $1650…Vermont does not issue titles for older vehicles, sold with bill of sale…”
Seller has two different tops.
“Bringing down these two tops hanging in garage for some time,either move them or sell them. One is half top I had on my 1946 CJ years ago, the other full top is from a 1951 CJ. Have one extra set of door so three sets of doors two hard tops.
Extra set of doors will sell for $100.00.
Half top with it’s door $300.00.
Full top $300.00 with it’s doors.
Or sell everything as a package deal for $450.00 Call me on phone or email…. If I don’t answer leave a message, I screen calls.”
Body has been patched. Has a Kelly Half Cab.
“This is a 1948 Willy’s jeep, Half cab, new seats, new master cylinder, and wheel cylinders on rear, new brakes on rear, new tires, new plastic gas tank, new plugs, new battery, rebuilt alta, new headlights, parking lights, and tail lights, Tow bar, and new brake shoes for the front. This jeep runs and drives good, Fixed it up to hunt with. I have no title, just a bill of sale in Alabama.”
UPDATE: Still Available?
Craig shared this one. Between the plow and the half cab alone there is value. It has an f-head swap. It runs, too.
“Up for sale, a friend has a 50’s something Willys Jeep. Either one of us know what year it is exactly. He last used it 2 years ago, to plow his driveway and it has sat since as it needs brake work so it can stop, he never got to it. He wanted me to try and unload it for him. Easier for him to just have me do his snow removal. Anyway, it runs and drives, just doesn’t stop, plow works, tires hold air, 4-wheel drive works, I think the cab heater works, and maybe the wipers too. He ended up with this Jeep when he bought his house and it was the sole vehicle for snow removal at his place, but it needs some work that he’ll never get a chance to do and it needs a new home now.
I’m pretty sure he has no paper work at all for it and neither did the last owner he got it from. Have no idea if it was ever registered and on the road in its lifetime, but my guess would be no. Floors are decent in it, and from what I can tell it’s still got plenty of life left after some TLC it would be a great little work horse around cabin, farm, or house and snow removal. I think it’s been patched up here and there and some obvious stuff not original to it by the pictures and would have to be picked up by rollback or car hauler to move from location, with it not being able to stop. Thanks for looking, any interest, text or call me.”
Seller lists this as a 1946, but doesn’t have the title. It looks more like a CJ-3A.
“Hasn’t ran in 20 years, I think it might be a little locked up. Body in good shape except surface rust. Missing title.”
There’s some value here.
“Body Parts for 1962 Willys CJ3B. Please see pics and ask questions… hood, 2 doors, windshield (no glass) cab w/ cover (good glass in rear window) could make front grill available too (not pictured) but would prefer to keep it… negotiable”
UPDATE: This has a Koenig Half Cab (thanks for correcting me).
“Body is in descent shape”
“I have a steel half cab for a cj5. It’s in pretty good shape overall with doors and brackets. Has a little rust out in the lower lip that attaches to the floor. Other than that it has minor surface rust through out. Doors will need a little work. The one door has the window latch off, but it is included. Asking $550 for it. Open to offers. Call text or email. ”
UPDATE: Price dropped to $5000.
(11/26/2015) . It also includes a dozer blade. Looks like a Meyer Half Cab as well.
“I have a very RARE 1971 CJ5 Jeep backhoe with a go for digger backhoe factory conversion. Ran two years ago, it have a few hydraulic hoses that need to be replaced. NO TRADES. Call or text with any questions. Emails will be deleted. I have the front dozer blade, just not shown in pictures.”
Maybe some parts value here. No description provided.
UPDATE: Price dropped to $3200.
(03/24/2016) Maybe there’s a solid stock jeep here that just needs some cosmetics?
“This Willy has had only two owners its whole life and only has 64,719 original miles, mostly towed miles to hunt in other states! It is road worthy and ready, but prime for offroad use! It has a highly sought after Warn M8000 Winch.
My, very reliable, mechanic did the following work:
Oil and Filter Changed
Replaced Fuel Filter and inlet hose to pump
Replaced Brake Master Cylinder
Replaced both front brake hoses and brake line to right front wheel
Flushed and Bleed system
Replaced U joints on both drive shafts
Replaced belt and repair alternator mounting
Cleaned and Packed front wheel bearings
Replaced both the Front Brake Shoes and Cylinders and Rear Brake Shoes and Cylinders
Replaced Rear Axel Seals at Drums.
Replaced Rear Brake Hose and Brake Line to Right Side
Drilled out broken boot in left front hub”
UPDATE: Price dropped to $3750
(01/17/2017) Looks like a good price.
“1961 Willys CJ3B jeep
cylinders: 4 cylinders
title status: clean
The axles with 4.27 ratio for road speed, transmission, and transfer case with 1 1/4 intermediate shaft are out of a 1971 CJ5. This jeep can run at 50 MPH and does not have the typical “whine” of the older jeeps, it is very reliable, has turn signals, dual brake reservoir upgrade with 10″ brakes, and a 6500 lb winch. The engine is very good with 40 lb oil pressure cruising speed and 10 idling and has an engine oil cooler. Tires are in good condition, good seats, it has some rust on the sides but the floors and hat channels are very solid. This is a very reliable jeep. Price is firm. I do not need help selling.”
“I don’t know the exact year of this Jeep CJ hard top and doors. I am guessing 1950-60 era Jeep CJ models??? No glass some dents and surface rust.”
UPDATE: Still Available.
(11/02/2016) “This is a 1954 Jeep Willy. It is good for hunting and comes complete with gun rack. New tires, brakes and transmission. This is a rare jeep and only serious offers will be accepted! Took it to Utah last year and road around in the snow and mountains of Utah.
Remember…this is a 1954 so there are rust spots and chipped paint. So do not call or email with a lot of unnecessary questions.”
Missing glass and a few dents.
“Have a decent half cab for a willys jeep, mid 40’s , missing passenger glass , all else good,”