Nice looking 3B.
“1954 Willys Jeep CJ-3B – Complete ground up restoration 12 years ago. Rebuilt original overhead l4 motor, including hardened valve seals for unleaded fuel. Still has the original oil bath air cleaner. Approximately 11,000 miles. Upgraded to 11″ drums all around. Has 2-1/2″ springs on it with 31X 10.5 tires 75+% tread. All stock running gear, 5-38 gearing with lock-right locker in the rear. Has custom fully welded Bumpers front and rear both with 2″ receivers. Rear bumper includes spare tire mount with full size spare. Custom power steering. Newer optima red top battery. Custom winch. Custom Roll cage. LOTS MORE CUSTOM FEATURES. Thousands invested.
Original Steel. Original floor boards. Everything works. Original Nevada truck. Solid solid. Taken down to bare metal when restored. Turn the key and enjoy.
In full disclosure, the items worth noting include:
-There are a couple chips in the paint. See detailed pictures.
-The tub is original Jeep sheet metal and has some dings from use over the past 60 or so years. These were not repaired during the restoration. See detailed pictures.”
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Nice looking jeep. Shouldn’t a Tuxedo Park model have plates on the hood?
“Jeep stock 1964 CJ-5a Tuxedo Park $ 7,500.oo
It has the rare original rear seat, and a rare nos kayline white soft top.
Al so many spare parts.
Enough parts to keep it running for the rest of your life.”
Between the grille and the body I think this is a M-38, but it doesn’t have the battery box lid. Maybe it’s a repro body.
“1951 Willys Jeep in excellent condition. Several year restoration–in storage since completion with very little use. Comes with soft top and extra set of tires. Ford V-8 302 powered, stick shift. No rust. Original except for engine.
Needs minor TLC. The hydraulic brakes and clutch need bleeding.”
The hood appears to have a dent on the passenger rear side.
“WWII 1942 Ford GPW Military Jeep
Runs and drives and stops great.
All gauges work.
“F” marked bolts throughout
UPDATE: Now on eBay
Bad Habits is an appropriate name.
“1960 willys carry all custom .. 421 pontiac engine , 350 turbo transmision, mustang 2 rack and pinion stearing ,late corvair front suspention ,79 camero or firebird posi. rear end …,custom paint and interier”
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UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $7500.
This is a clean looking 3A.
“Clean title in hand with current NV registration. (Las Vegas)
Frame off restoration:
All body parts media blasted
New paint inside and out
Metal in floor and deck support beams
Tires and Wheels
Tie-rod and Tie-rod ends
UPDATE: Still Available
(04/06/2013) “1948 Willys Jeepster Overland, 4 cylinder, three speed manual trans with overdrive, very good condition. Body in very good condition. Priced at $6000.00.Call between 9:00 AM and 9:00 PM Do not text or send e-mails as they will not be answered.”
Looks like the rear of the body has been rebuilt.
“Nice willys with too much to tell about–v6, ps, 3sp-new top plus more. Selling cuz I’m too old to enjoy.”
Nice looking jeep.
“This 47 Willys has a 350 chevy engine, long tube headers, holley 750 carb, Mallory electronic ignition,turbo 400 automatic transmission, Dane 44 in back and a Dana 30 up front. Full roll cage. Estimated horsepower is 360. It was a sand dune racer from southern California. Would make a bad ass ice racer here in Colorado. Comes with 3 tops, a cover and a bunch of extra pieces/parts. Cash only. Vin verification done. California title.”
This might be a good find.
“1949 Willy’s Pickup. Restored inside and out. Drives great, runs great.”
Has a 50 gallon tank!
“1949 willys overland truck. has ford 302 motor auto trans, 50 gal tank real cool truck needs headliner. Best offer or possible trade for other vehicles.”
It’s missing the front right bow holder, but otherwise looks good.
“cj2a, perfect condition. inside and out. red in color.”
It has a few minor updates.
“1952 Willys M-38 Jeep
I purchased this Willy’s about ten years ago with the intention of using it as the foundation for a rock buggy build. After learning more about it, how rare it is and the history that it represented I decided not to tear the fenders off four wheeling. I did all the work myself and restored it as best I could considering my ability and finances over the last decade. Its over 90% complete now but I just dont have the time to tinker on it anymore. I’d like for someone who appreciates really cool things to have it so they can continue putting it back together and enjoy it. When I got it the odometer said just over 7K miles ( still have original gauges to prove this) so I think its still got a lot of life left in it.
This has a fiberglass body.
“1952 jeep cj3a Flat Fender Jeep…fiberglass body…F- head overhead valve engine…new carb,fuel pump,gas tank,water pump,hoses,belt and battery…radio and speakers…spare tire, never been on ground…new ignition wires….tires in very good shape…i will entertain best offers too.”
UPDATE: Still Availalble
(01/28/2014) This appears in good shape.
“for sale a 1956 jeep cj6 4×4, 4 cylinder with 3spd manual. jeep is really clean, straight and no rust. runs and drives great and everything works. asking $3500 O.B.O twozero8seven3one3four6zero. no email!”
“Restored hyd clutch / power steering power brake / new lines spray in bed liner no rust new paint powder coated frame rebuilt transmission rebuilt transfercase . Nice 20k nego or welcome trades”
Sale includes the canoe.
“FOR SALE $15,000
1961 WILLYS 4 X 4 Station Wagon
103,000 original miles
L6 226 Super Hurricane; 2 bbl manifold;
Weber 38mm 2-bbl DGAS carburetor;
BW T-90 transmission; Dana 18 transfer-case;
Dana 25 front; Dana 44 rear
4.27:1 axle ratio
This looks like a solid original.
“I have a very clean 1947 willys jeep for sale. This thing has no rust. It has had a paint job a few years back. Runs and drives good. Has been well taken care for for the past 45 years. If interested please text or email me.”
Looks parade ready.
“1944 Ford WW2 Jeep
Accessories include…crank handle, Brass Fire Extinguisher.
Older restoration kept in great condition. Recent brake cylinder and shoe replacement. Has good, rebuilt Willy’s engine. WW2 block.
This would compliment any car collection and is ready for parades, show and shines, or just plain old running around in.
The second gear in this one does jump out under load. Owner is willing to negotiate price due to this.
Asking $16,500 obo.”
“I have a 1953 Willys M38A1 Military Jeep. It is complete and registered in California. I have the pink slip and you can drive it away. Brakes have been redone and a new high performance starter has been added. The 1953 Military Jeep has a few unique features including a tilting radiator support and a battery box with 8 thumb screws. A few safety features added including removable roll cage and seat belts. This jeep is mostly original condition and is a very fun vehicle. It was converted to 12 volt system. Don’t be fooled by people who claim they have a military jeep and it’s just a CJ with green paint. Has a few oil leaks but runs well. I am selling it for $5400 obo.”
UPDATE: Price dropped to $10,000.
(05/30/2014) Most of the pics are small, but the pic below indicates this was a pretty nice build.
“My wagon is a Maverick with white, orange and black paint job. Originally the wagon was available with just the four cylinder engine from the Jeep. Later on a six was added as an option. The six had about 70 HP so the wagon was no barn burner. Now enter my particular wagon. This wagon is far removed from the original.
Mark just posted this good looking CJ-5 at sellajeep.com.
“Up for sale is a 1961 Willys CJ5 Jeep barn find from North Carolina. I purchased the Jeep 2 years ago and have done the necessary repairs to make it road worthy including new tires. The jeep runs like a top and I use it as a weekend driver.”
A solid looking rebuild.
“I am selling a 1948 WILLYS JEEP. This jeep is in great shape because my dad had it restored 15 years ago. If you know a lot about these specific types of jeeps, you’ll know that they can only reach about 45 mph, get horrible gas mileage, and come with NO power steering. In short, this vehicle is a toy for cruising around the city and the hills for fun, but not to be taken on the freeway or anywhere far. The front window can fold down. It comes with a snap on black-leather top and doors as well for the winter. My dad passed away about 7 years ago and since then it hasn’t been ridden a whole lot. For the most part, it has sat in a nice air conditioned garage and gone nowhere. I inherited this vehicle and am trying to sell it because I need the money to buy myself a reliable car for transport. I recently rode it around town for a test drive and it drove and ran great! The price is 10 Grand firm. I will not go lower because this jeep has sentimental value for me and I know that someone will love this jeep enough to put down the cash. Wish I didn’t have to sell it but need the money too bad. I will consider trades or trades + cash.”
Seems to have a M-38 body on a CJ-2A Chassis?
“1946 Jeep Willys CJ2
4 cylinder, L4-134 engine, 12 volt system
Runs good- painless wiring harness, custom reupholstered seats, new gauges- except for speedometer, ammo boxes for extra storage, new master cylinder, new front brake line, new rear brake hose. Just maintenanced- changed oil & filter, flushed coolant & brake systems, new fuel filter, resealed thermostat.
Fun Jeep to drive!! Great for hunting!
Asking $5,500 obo”
UPDATE: Still Available
“1948 CJ2A — 2nd owner; turn the key and ready to roll –don’t work on it — enjoy it. I bought the jeep a couple years back and find I don’t use it enough; too busy with work and kids. It has been fun crawling it through the local adobe mud fields in town and working on it, but time to pass it on. Located in Petaluma, CA.
1965 Buick 225 V6 engine; full tune up Aug. 2013
12V with new single wire alternator Aug. 2013
Carb rebuilt (sub out and returned for install) Aug 2013 due to accelerate pump issue. The float tends to sticks with sharp left turns. The manufacturer specs for the carb float just don’t work. I had resolved before rebuild and can do again.
4 speed T90 transmission (1st is a granny) new case oil. Entire driveline is good.
Transfer case with Rhino PTO drives front Rhino hydraulic winch; 538s differentials — all new oils.
New park brake drum shoes (not installed as I wanted to ensure leaking stopped). Can re-install or provided pics/manual before my busy work season begins.
31 tires w/15″ wheels with excellent tread; digs in great. sidewalls solid.
Full canvas top (tan) and doors — kept the rain out just fine last winter.
Tow bar with swiveling, pintle hook. Must be rated 30k lbs (guessing). Way over sized for the jeep weight.
Swing gas can and spare tire rack; spare and 2 cans included. Currently gate is off as PO welded tailgate and I broke weld set up to operate the gate.
Body is in good shape for a 65 yr old. Tool box has some rust out. Otherwise fairly clean of rust issues.
Brakes — probably need adjustment. I never looked at the shoes as the tires and gearing always slowed the jeep just fine.
PO welded windshield frame as one unit, but with parts and work it can be restored to tilt open. Vac wiper works fine.
Horn is from a 1947 CJ2A, so solid sound for the purist.
Jeep is kept in garage.”