Here’s a nice looking 2A. The seller listed this elsewhere and was unsatisfied with the response. It sounds like he got a lot of people who just wanted to ride in it.
“Frame off restoration by owner with many new parts. NOS where possible. 6/8 volt. Civilian. Was a farm jeep so there are some dents in the bed. 4×4. High/Low gear box. 3 speed transmission. No PTO. 429xx miles on the odometer, but I cannot say it has never been replaced since I do not know that for sure.
Listing here on Craigslist for a more target audience. Had it listed on another site that had too many inquiries in too large an area for me to sort though and reply to.
If you were one of the many who inquired earlier please include the site you found it on so I know you are serious. Others, please do your homework on CJ2s so you know the basics about them. Asking questions where the answer is obvious is a sure tell sign you are not serious.
I don’t have time or the desire for showing just for the fun of it so make sure include enough info so I can determine how serious you are.”
UPDATE: Priced dropped to $9500
(06/17/2015) “Has a new rebuilt SM420 4 speed transmission with new clutch mated to a Pontiac 400 V8 with a Holley 650 carb. Has Dana 44 axles. Aluminum radiator. All new wiring harness. Has white faced gauges. Has almost new BFG mud terrains on 15 inch wheels. Spare is same tire with different wheel. Has back seat. Super cool ride. Would be awesome in the dunes. Call for any info but please be serious and don’t waste my time! No I do not wanna talk about the one you had in the past!”
It sure looks like there’s been nicely rebuilt, though not perfectly stock. It could be a good price.
“Beautifully restored 1952 Jeep with tow bar attachment. Runs and looks great. Original motor, military tires and much more. No trades or PayPal.”
UPDATE: Price dropped to $9000.
(03/10/2015) This was for sale five years ago. Looks good. Anyone know what is painted on the hood?
“Custom paint, oversized custom chrome wheels, 327 engine with less than 68,000 miles on it. Power steering, front disc brakes, tilt steering wheel, overdrive, air horn, roll bar, chevy leather seats, and no accidents.”
UPDATE: Price dropped to $5000.
(06/02/2015) Might be worth a closer look.
“Good condition and runs well.”
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $4500.
Looks in reasonable shape and quite stock.
“3 speed transmission
Runs and drives
I was told mileage is original
Call number above for any questions”
UPDATE: Still Available.
(07/07/2015) This looks to be a good price. It’s an Ansul Model Dry Chemical Fire Truck serial #320. The FC serial number is 61568 19861.
“1961 Jeep Forward Control (FC-170) 4WD. 6192 miles on speedometer. It used to be a chemical fire truck in Cold Bay, Alaska. It now has a flat bed on the back. Much work has been done on this truck to make it a reliable vehicle for running errands. It would not keep up with traffic out on the highway (top speed might be 50 without an overdrive). It has a 226 CI Continental engine, 3 speed manual transmission, two speed transfer case, 5.38 differentials, locking hubs. This would make a great rig for hunting. It definitely gets a lot of attention wherever it goes. There is some minor rust-through at the bottom of the driver’s door. Both doors shut easily; windows crank up and down easily; all glass is good. I am asking for $7,000. I will not accept lower offers or trades.”
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $8000.
Appears in good shape.
“RARE 1960 Jeep FC-170 DRW!! This is the 6-Cylinder Hurricane Engine Jeep with the Forward Control Cab and is rated at 8,000 lbs! It has Factory Dual Rear Wheels & Four Wheel Drive!
NOT a Cancer Victim! Runs & Drives Beautifully!
Original Vinyl Seats are in Excellent Condition!
Exhaust modified to a Stack. Locking Box Enclosure added to the Back. Comes with Original Tail Gate, Original Wheel for Spare (Has 6 Near-New 235/85R16 Radials Mounted), Tranny Skid Plate and Tire Chains. Has Long-Range 85 Gallon Fuel Tank Installed!
56,019 Original Miles. Buy It and Drive It Home… Even if that is on either coast!”
Deserves some better photos.
“1946 CJ2A Willys Jeep for sale – Willys flat head 4 cylinder engine – serious inquiries only. Please email for info and I can provide a phone number if seriously interested for any questions or send your phone number and I can give you a call.”
Les has this good looking wagon for sale. You can contact him at Les @ 717-336-3211.
“Located in Lancaster Co. Pa.
Amateur build with 8,500 miles.
350/350 Turbo. Narrowed 9″ Ford rear.
R & P Steering. PDB
Hawaiian Blue & White.
Call for more pics & info.”
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was listed at $18,500.
“This 1942 MB is a good daily driver that is perfect for your next parade. It is not a 100% stock MB, but it is a solid vehicle you can use as is or take your time restoring back to original. Here are some specs on the Jeep:
*A good daily driver and parade vehicle
*Estimated 44,000 miles
*Original body and drive train
*Spent most of its post WWII life in California
*New service brake system
*New parking brake
*New NDT tires and tubes (2)
*New canvas top and seat cushions
*All gauges work
*New fuel and speedometer gauges (reproduction speedometer has 309 miles; also have original speedometer with ~43,000 miles)
*New 12 volt alternator
UPDATE: Still Available.
(01/27/2015) This has inline 6 Volt batteries.
“1947 Willys Jeep with Hurricane Engine. Lots of work done. Runs well..From collection of well maintained classic cars. Owner relocating. $13.9K OBO. No reasonable offer refused. Call now.”
Looks in good shape.
“Here’s your chance to own an American Classic! This Willys Jeep has been in one family since 1948. The vehicle had a frame up restoration in the mid-1980s and is still in solid condition and good working order. It has been garage kept and meticulously maintained over the years. The car starts and runs great. All of the wiring works (odometer needs connected).”
UPDATE: Price dropped to $5500.
(08/08/2014) This good looking truck has a mercury motor upgrade.
“Very nice 1953 Willy pickup.
Mercury flathead V8″
If it runs, it might be a good price.
“Up for sale is this 1951 M38 Jeep Willis issued to Marine Corp. Own this piece of history!”
Needs additional work to be finished.
“Selling my 1948 Willys CJ2A. Just had a lot of work done to it. Selling for another project. Does need a transmission rebuild which costs about 150$ 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”
UPDATE: Now on eBay
“You’re looking at a ground-up restoration of a classic Jeep Willys CJ-2 “Alpha”. Restoration was finished in mid-2013.
I spared nothing in this rebuild. I have been a Willys fan all my life, and I wanted this to be right down to every last detail. This project took months and became quite involved.
The rebuild includes:
* Fully rebuilt engine and transmission
* Completely new clutch assembly
* New brakes, drums and brake lines
* New springs (front and rear)
* New gas tank
* New gauges and wiring
* New front seats and steering wheel
* New rims and tires
* New paint
Mechanically, it’s flawless. Drives perfectly and true to its heritage. Power plant is the stock Willys 2.2L “134” 4-cylinder, and transmission is the famous Willys 3-speed, which is reliable and bulletproof in its simplicity. Only ~200 miles on rebuild.”
View all the information on eBay
UPDATE: Was $6000. **Status Unknown**
Have this one been listed elsewhere? It seems familiar.
“1954 jeep willy. Good condition,runs,original 6 volt system. Has classic tags…drives and runs fine. Must see for the serious jeep owner. This thing has a top speed of 42 mph,Chevy owners might not be able to handle this. No calls after 9pm. Text anytime.”
Looks good with the new replacement body.
“Body off restoration, the frame has been sand blasted and straightened. All new brakes, ball joints, and much more. All restoration is documented with pictures and I have all the parts I removed saved for proof.”
UPDATE: Still Available.
(06/17/2015) Looks good. Hood needs finishing.
“1962 Willys Jeep CJ-3B High Hood
Rare High Hood
134cu 4 Cylinder Engine
Runs and drives great
Collector Plate for WA. State
Mileage on old speedometer was 74509.5
3 Speed Transmission with Overdrive
4 Wheel Drive
Hood is not finished, have primer and paint
$6,500.00 or trade for best conversion van
If interested in trade send photos and information”
UPDATE: Price dropped to $6500.
“1954 M38a1 willy jeep. All original, 24v system. Great condition. Awesome military jeep. Runs and drives great asking $6500 OBO must sell”
This modified flattie has an onboard welder.
“This is a cj2a jeep done over. Too much to list, but alot of good stuff. Mid 80s 302 small block v8 completely rebuilt,c4 tranny, lockered front and back, 5.38 gears, on board welder, brand new never used Warn winch, Dana 44 axles. Custom dash. A little TLC never hurts. Need to get rid of for home renovation. Great jeep and great for modifying even more!$14,800 OBO.”
UPDATE: **Still Available.
“1954 M38A1 Willy’s Jeep. This jeep has a summer top and no heater.”
UPDATE: Price dropped to $11,500.
“For sale a 1954 M38A1 Willy’s Jeep. Fully restored. Includes Winter top, doors and heater.”