Looks solid, but I can’t quite tell how good the paint is.
“1950 Willys Wagon 4×4. Original drive train with the F 134 4 cylinder motor, T90 3 speed transmission, Dana 18 transfer case, Dana 25 front axle, and Dana 44 rear axle. Custom headliner and seats redone. Original wooden slats in floor. Runs and drives good but brakes have to be pumped once to have a good pedal. New tires, water pump, rebuilt distributor and carb. There were only 2450 produced with the 4wd in 1950 so it’s a pretty rare vehicle. Not a perfect show vehicle and has a little rust but always gets compliments everywhere I take it. Asking $13,500 or BO. Will consider trades for muscle car or 1967-72 short bed Chevy truck.”
Glenn spotted this on Hemmings. I looked for a similar example from a brochure and magazine, but didn’t located one. The closed ting I found was the Baby-Jeep-Duriez from France.
“1945 Willy MB Woody Wagon. Frame off restoration, original drive train, wood body is copy of the original. Unique, one of ??, turns heads. Shriners?”
UPDATE: **Status Unknown** Was “No Price”.
Seller is testing the waters.
“I am thinking of selling my 42 gpw, everything is original and ford including the engine which was rebuilt a few years ago in Virginia, has 4 combat rims with used Firestone tires with decent tread , looking for offers at the moment”
Mark restored this CJ-5. You can contact him at 702-296-8586 or email@example.com.
“1963 Jeep CJ5
Southwest jeep no rust
completely restored from the ground up.
Entire jeep taken apart, sand blasted, rebuilt and reassembled.
Re manufactured engine by established reputable machine shop.
all new accessories form clutch to radiator.
New wiring harness, gas tank, brakes, shocks, and exhaust.
Engine, tires and battery have factory warranty.
I have been restoring jeeps for over forty years.
this is the 69th jeep that i have completed.
My customers appreciate my experience and attention to detail.
this jeep is stock with the exception of seat belts and directional lights.
comes with a new complete vinyl top with doors and roll bar (not shown in pictures).”
UPDATE: **Status Unknown** Was $25,000
“For sale, a very rare (1 of 1,119) 1964 Kaiser Jeep Forward Control 170 3/4 ton pickup truck. 1964 was the last year of production for the FC-170 and the end of the Kaiser/Jeep era. This could be your only chance to ever buy a fully restored FC-170, no kidding they are that rare.
This Jeep was fully restored by a professional shop in 2010. Nothing was overlooked, full frame off restoration. Since restoration the Jeep has accumulated approximately 1000 proven miles and runs great. I has the original power train with the legionary Super Hurricane 6 cylinder engine.
Has PTO driven front winch
Custom fuel tank
Custom rear bumper with LED tail lights”
UPDATE: Price dropped to $12,995.
(12/22/2015) Looks nice.
“Classic 1953 Willy’s Jeep CJ3B – F-Head 4 Cylinder
Completely restored original
Completely rebuilt transmission and 4WD transfer case
UPDATE: Price dropped to $9,000
(06/25/2015) Looks solid.
“Starts, runs, shifts, steers, brakes, and rides great. Very reliable.
12 volt system, F-134 engine.
4 x 4 low and high work as they should. Can shift into 4 wheel high on the fly at speeds less than 25 mph.
Battery, battery cables, spark plugs, wires, gear oil, hoses, belt, and fuel pump replaced 6 years ago.
Transfer case and clutch professionally over-hauled 4 years ago.
Original distributor replaced with breakerless electronic distributor 3 years ago.
Original carburetor replaced with new rebuilt carburetor 3 years ago.
Has heater, trailer hitch, turn/brake signals, low/high beam headlights, seat belts, horn, electric wipers, key start, canvas cover with sectional support bars,
Tubeless extreme traction tires. Ball hitch.
Rear tube body is fiberglass. M38a1 steel front end.
Storage compartment under rear seat.
AM/FM/IPOD marine radio located in ammo box between front seats with 4 speakers.
Amp, gas, oil gauges are not working. I have new gauges and gas tank sender. Temp and Speedometer are working. Vehicle does not have a parking brake.
I have used this vehicle to drive dirt roads on summer weekends around Secord Lake near West Branch for the last six years.”
UPDATE: Status Unknown. Was $500
Looks in good shape.
“Nice old jeep starts right up 4cyl hurricane motor”
Has a bunch of updates.
4.3 fuel injected Vortec Engine
3 speed manual
Dana 18 transfer case
Toyota 4.10 axles
Its super clean and sounds great!!!
Thing is a blast to drive and take to car shows.”
UPDATE: Still Available.
This has a variety of upgrades. The grille reminds me of a Nuffield.
“One of a kind custom low hood jeep that I’ve owned for 40 years
All steel body with stock 81″ wheel base
Complete frame including spring hangers etc. are boxed in
Hi performance 350 cu. in. fresh small block Chev. engine / chrome custom headers
Turbo 400 trans, electric lock up tork converter
Halibrand quick change rear end (extra gear sets)
Custom body work, exhaust exits out of rear of body
Flaring on wheel wells, license plate recessed
Enlarged windshield, frenched head lights, custom grill
Stainless fuel tank
Custom Fresno top, side panels include
Tilt steering wheel, power steering
Recessed fire wall Electric fan
Custom trans. oil cooler an air intake
Disk front brakes
Double chain driven transfer case
Chrome traction bars
Street driven, titled and registered
Has never been outside my shop over night, always kept indoors”
UPDATE: Still Available.
(04/01/2016) Appears to have a replacement body.
“1947 Willys CJ2A Jeep!!! Like New!! Fully Restored/Frame off restoration.
4 cylinder flat head/rebuilt, 4wd, Full roll cage, 5 point harness, Bucket Seats. Runs Good. Clear title, New tires,
1,000 Miles since rebuild and restoration, actual miles unk.”
UPDATE: Price dropped to $9000.
(07/11/2015) Needs additional work to be finished.
“Selling my 1948 Willys CJ2A. Just had a lot of work done to it. Selling for another project. Does need a transmission rebuild which costs about 150$ to 200$ because it is a very simple tranny so don’t try to low ball me on it. Other than the tranny everything works and the Jeep runs great. I did order the matching canvas seat backs but they are backordered so you will also get those with the Jeep. I use it every weekend to go to the beach. All new stainless hardware was used during assembly. Also comes with a rough full aluminum hardtop that isn’t picture. $10,000 OBO. Call Joe 401-FiveFiveSix-6401
Things that are new:
-5 new tires
-Body work and paint
-glass for windshield
-fuel tank and lines
-radiator, water pump, thermostat
-All new wiring
-Undercoated with Rhinoliner
Things that need to be addressed:
-Emergency brake needs to be routed (I have all the parts)
-Needs windshield wiper motor”
Mark just posted this over at warjeeps.com.
“Jeep runs great and is in good condition. Listed is a few thing I have replaced. New top, new side curtains, new seat frames, new cushions front and rear, new 700 x 16 military tires, signal lights installed, new Jerry can,new steering wheel, new battery new electric fuel pump and a set of doors. Engine is a 134-F. Jeep has been converted to a 12 volt system. 4 wheels drive works good, transmission is good. I had a second gear synchronizer and bearing installed. Good jeep for parades, farm use, hunting or cruising back roads or off road fun.”
Nathan spotted this one.
“1962 Jeep Willys Wagon. This vehicle is in Great condition and has all the chrome restored and all the Stainless Steel side trim that is usually missing on the vehicles. mileage is 88.100 miles. Had this vehicle appraised at over 30K. ”
Looks in good shape.
“1956 Jeep Willys M38A1. Vehicle has a clean antique title. All new braking system, 12V converted, new Willys Keiser Transmission, Remanufactured hurricane 4 motor, Completely serviced by Xtreme Jeep in Tampa. All new fluids, front and rear axles serviced, as well as the transfer case. Have all receipts to verify. This vehicle runs and drives. ”
UPDATE: Price dropped to $7500.
(11/04/2015) Those large tires might be hard on the original axles.
“1946 Willys Jeep
– New Paint
– New tires and wheels
– New row bar and fog lights
This beast is ready for the road or off road!!!! Original engine and new carb.”
UPDATE: Still Available.
(10/04/2015) Real nice truck.
“48willys pickup .not original. 2 wheel drive. Turbo350auto. 383 stroker engine.373 ten bolt rear. Cloth int. 66,000 miles on truck..4 k on drivetrain”
Needs a couple items, but could be a good buy.
“99% original. Running driving and stops as it should. New canvas and carpet will complete it. Needs speedo cable and gas gauge dose not work.”
Someone puts some money into this DJ.
“Fully restored DJ5 Jeep and best of all its right hand drive! Complete frame off restoration, every single nut and bolt was changed, only 378 miles since restoration. It sits on 33s and new aluminum rims, every thing works great down to the heater. Must see in person to appreciate! Registered AND never has to be smoged! Feel free to contact me with any questions.”
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $9000
“cool truck everthing I can think of on this truck has less then one thousand miles on it. Its powerd by a 302 ford crate motor and has dana 60 rear end possi for wheel disk brakes and lots more”
UPDATE: Still Available.
Looks like a detailed rebuild.
“frame off restore to many new parts to list no rust runs great drives great almost completely done needs a few more things may trade for a Harley or t bucket”
Looks like a good price.
“Selling my 1963 CJ3b. Original F block 134ci “Hurricane” motor. Jeep is original and has an excellent rust free body. Runs and drives with like new tires. Extremely rare find in this condition.”
Robin spotted this one. Seller shows photos with two different types of rims. I’m not sure if both are included. The Scamp kit varies slightly from the VEEP kit.
“I am listing this for a friend that is techno challenged and I will try to get answers to all questions. This is basically a VW with a Jeep or some people call a Veep or Jeepster body kit. It represents a 49-53 Jeep and is an all metal body. It has a later GEX big valve VW1835cc dual port engine. It is very powerful and fun to drive. It has two tops (the full enclosure is new, see pictures) and two sets of wheels, plus a tow bar. Look at the pictures closely as these vehicles are called by several names and can be confusing. I have many pictures and if you send me your REGULAR email address I will send them to you. This vehicle runs and drives perfect, is currently licensed and state inspected. There is no warrantee written or implied for this vehicle.”
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It’s listed as a 1955 CJ-3B. Looks like the body was replaced with a low hood replacement body kit.
“Restored 1955 Willys CJ3B. It is equipped with a V6 Motor, Rochester Single-bbl Carb w/2 Jet, 3-spd Manual T90 Transmission, 12-Volt system and a Warn 3700 Winch. The engine, transmission and 4×4 are in great condition. There are no noticeable rust issues. The paint and interior are in good condition.”