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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Modified front bumper. Looks good otherwise.
“Buick 225 V-6
canvas top and sides, military trailer, extra tires and rims all included.
garaged for years, needs carb rebuilt.”
Craig shard this one. I think period correct rims would really help show this off.
“1962 CJ5 frame off restoration. F-Head engine with OEM Warn overdrive. This vehicle is really clean and runs great. Plenty of additional spare parts to go with sale. Must see. More details and pictures upon request. $12,000.00 or best offer.”
This one has a great vintage feel to it. Has a PTO winch on the front.
“Willys Jeep 1957 — all original, PTO winch, tow bar, good tires.”
Has a rear PTO. Needs some works, but runs and drives.
“Early production (or so I am told) CJ2A Jeep, has a power take off (PTO) on it too! 3 speed stick, 4 wheel drive hi/low range. It runs! It drives! It stops! That is about it though… It carries heavy “patina” on the body/tub which is to say it is very rusty-you can see the ground through the floor… Could be the basis for some sort of crawler project. Certainly could be restored as it appears that any part you want is available either used or new /reproduction, even complete bodies can be had. Depends on how much money you want to spend. I have done the following: new soft brake lines, new master cylinder, new wheel cylinders, new radiator hoses, thermostat, radiator cap, spark plug wires. It is not street legal at this time primarily because none of the lights work. With some brake lights and new tires you could drive it as it is I think. If you want something to bomb around on your own property you wouldn’t have to do a thing. One should not think about trying to drive it home in it’s current state, should be trailered. Comes with two extra sets of axles/differentials and a set of extra leaf springs too. I have the original selectmatic locking hubs and it has vintage Warn locking hubs on it now.’
“I am selling a 1943 GPW Ford Jeep that has been in a dry storage for 5 years and doesn’t start at this time from sitting and the carburetor probably needs rebuilding. Engine and transmission have less than 1K miles on them since they were rebuilt in the late 1990’s. It has a new wiring harness, the rear drive shaft has been replaced, all U joints replaced and brake system has been rebuilt. The tires are in good shape and not flat, the Jeep has the original combat rims, fuel tank was replaced when the engine was rebuilt. It is equipped with original accessories and everything in the photos are included, no other spare parts are available. It does have the elusive “F” marked pintle hook. 99% of the parts are “F” marked. It is not currently registered at this time so it will need to be trailed home and the title is clean. $18,000 FIRM and I will only accept CASH. If you are interested you MUST call me as I will not respond to any text messages! ”
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $4600.
(04/17/2017) Looks like a Sears hardtop rather than an arctic top.
“This 1951 M-38 Willys Jeep and hard top is for sale at $4600.00 cash obo; buyer responsible for transportation.
Excellent body, original 4 cylinder flat head, aluminum artic top and frame for soft side.
Title History: US Government then two private owners. The title is in storage to avoid past license fees.
Includes the Kellly Hardtop and a Capstan winch. Has plow setup, but plow not mentioned.
“Willys jeep 1946
Runs and drives
Brakes need work
New battery, 6v charges ok.
Has a capstan winch(not on in pics)
Only selling to make room and time for other projects.
I’m willing to sell without top or
Come look at it. ”
UPDATE: Still Available.
(03/02/2017) Looks nice. I like the cupholder/lockbox addition between the seats (last photo)
“This Jeep has been a blast, and is great for getting to all the hard to get to places in colorado. Kept to original spec as closely as possible, minus the roll bar, bikini top and custom cup holder/lockable Center console. Kept in running order by enthusiasts for the last 20+ years. Clean title.
Body could use some TLC. Very little rust.
Origanl spec Jeep
Rebuilt motor last year
New original style seats cushions and covers, comfy to.
All new suspension(springs, u bolts, shocks, bushings)
6volt system (not hard to change if you want it tolet me know)
The locking hubs that are in a couple pictures have been removed.
Serious inquires only please. Please email or call me for more pics and info.
Can deliver on front range for free, and nationally for a fee TBD on sale.”
Could be a good price.
“I have a 1955 jeep willys it’s a m38a1 and it runs great I just put a new carb kit in it and a set of plugs”
The windshield has some odd indentions on it. Maybe it was custom stamped?
“This has been completely restored, all the parts are new or rebuilt. All new paint including every bolt and the frame. This jeep is very clean. every part was removed cleaned or replaced if needed. It is as original as I could make it. I am looking for a best offer. I need to sell it to make room for a new project, there is just a little that need to be completed, trim and two gages.
Engine, rebuilt by Valleros machine shop auburn ca
Transfer case by Predator off road
Transmission by Predator off road
drive lines by Predator off road
deferential, front and rear by Predator off road
Tires are new
Steering is new”
Scott shared this nice looking FC.
“Stock Forward Control. Engine and drive train works well. 4 cylinder 81 inch wheel base narrow track 48 inch width. Has factory counter weight install. Fresh paint, looks great. Gauges do not work. Mileage undetermined. The best survivor I have seen.”
UPDATE: Still Available.
(04/14/2017) Missing some steps, but looks in good shape.
“1946 CJ 2A Willys Jeep. Nice rust free jeep that would take nothing to make it perfect, or do a military replica. Frame and underside look as good as the top side. Runs perfect, engine rebuilt. both differentials rebuilt, 4 wheel drive and transfer case work perfect. Warn Hubs, nice top, converted to 12 volts, all lights work, all wiring replaced, and I have the spare wheel. This is the original body not a replacement. Not many of these are left. Currently registered to me in CT”
UPDATE: Price dropped to $4000.
(01/17/2017) Nice example of a Kelly Bonanza II hardtop.
“1961 willys cj5
– kelly all steel bonanza II cab in great shape rare in this part of the U.S.
– the body shows its age and has had patch work done and the gentleman who had it obviously loved it and kept documentation from when he purchased it in 1964.
– front and rear diff recently replaced
– motor and trans in great shape, shifts and drives great for 55 years old. Last registered in Tenessee in 2016, needs a few things to be done to pass inspection nothing expensive or mechanical. I’m currently working on them so your able to get it running down the road ASAP.
Cash is the only way your gonna have wiggle room to negotiate, other classic auto for trade or O/U shot gun. I don’t need or want anything else. Making room to appease my wife, But not in a hurry to sell send an email and if your not from another country your more then welcome to come see it.”
UPDATE: Still Available.
(04/10/2017) Pretty original M-38.
For Sale: NICE ’52 Willys M-38. Not restored. This is an Authentic, numbers matching, unmolested all original flat fender low hood Willys M-38 Military Jeep.
Clear Blue Texas Title.
All the manuals and original owners handbook will go with the Jeep. This jeep was owned by a retired USAF officer who recently passed. It has been under cover and in storage for a significant amount of time. This Jeep is not perfect, but this is the best M-38 solid restoration candidate I’ve seen in YEARS. Floor boards are BEAUTIFUL and SOLID. Tool Kit floor is PERFECT. The only rust-through on the entire Jeep is in the RR quarter panel at the fender support, and it’s minor, as shown in the pictures. Authentic U.S. Army markings still intact and legible. The windshield frame is flawless, the glass is excellent. This Jeep even has the winter top bows installed for the winterization kit and the tracks on the windshield frame and the bottom door tracks.
UPDATE: Price dropped to $13,900.
Looks nice. This has a CJ-5 body that has been extended to a CJ-6 length.
“Very nicely restored 1963 CJ6. Clear title in my name. Please call with any questions. No texts. If you get my voicemail, please repeat your call back number twice especially if you are calling from a cell phone.
More pictures and info at this link.
Runs, but is missing a title.
“I have a complete and running all original 1948 Willys CJ2a. The title is missing, I originally bought this Willys for parts, after getting it home and tinkering with it I realized it is far too complete/original to pull pieces off of it for another project. With that said, I do not have time for two projects, therefore, regretfully, I am going to part ways with this one. I bought this jeep without a title for parts only. The frame is solid, it was broken when I bought the jeep, I have since patched it, changed the oil, put in a new battery, points and condenser and by ‘rigging’ the wiring a little and got the jeep running, which obviously mean the engine is free and seemingly decent condition for its age.
I do not know much about the jeep. By deciphering its serial number I was able to realize it is a late 48′ year jeep. Other than that, not much is known, all original equipment seems to be there in entirety. The jeep will need brakes all around, the access port cover in the floor is missing, a new wiring harness is needed, unless your better with wiring that I am, it will also need a radiator fan shroud, it does have both seat frames and the radiator cap which are not present in the photos. It is also apparent someone made an attempt at repairing the sheetmetal once before and its not great, but this is a very solid start, better than most you will find. Be clear, I don’t need to sell this jeep, so do not email me asking for my bottom dollar, if you come in person, we can talk, I will negotiate but only in person, otherwise, please don’t waste my time.”
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $3950.
Could be good for the price.
“1946 Willys Jeep CJ2A
Original locking hubs Good condition, roadworthy and fun $3950 or best offer. Must sell.”
Looks in great shape.
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Runs and drives.
“Nice jeep very little rust runs great 12-volt system new oil change new tires new distributor new carburetor new starter solenoid I love this jeep moving away my loss your gain I drive it to work everyday it’s never let me down never off-road it while I owned it. It has the go-devil four cylinder Flathead purrs like a kitten”
UPDATE: Still Available.
(03/19/2017) Looks good.
“1951 Willy Fire Truck. Completely refurbished in excellent condition. Fully equipped with fire equipment and hoses.”
“I have a 1950 cj3a new body original running gear runs and stops fine extra tail gate and hood newer tires grrreat lil rig won’t last long real nice”
UPDATE: Price dropped to $8500.
(03/07/2017) Ted’s friend Vito is selling his original CJ-5. Any specific questions or offers can be directed to Vito Cell # 860-478-4244.
Listing for a friend of Mine, 1957 Willy’s Jeep CJ5 for sale. Very clean unmolested low mileage CJ5, 14,188 original miles. Anyone interested in a very clean early Willy’s CJ5 for restoration or drive as is with its great patina this is a great candidate. Everything works as it should, starts runs and stops beautifully. Ive heard this Jeep run and driven it and it feels like you would expect a 14,000 mile Jeep to run and drive.
Items original to this Willy’s include the following. F head Motor, T90 Transmission, Model 18 Transfer Case, Front and rear ends,original paint, original side steps, wheels with new tires including the spare, original CJ5 Soft Top Bows with correct windshield frame bracket for mid bow to Windshield frame Wooden support Piece.(Wooden Support is new) New Beach wood Canvas Works Summer Top. Original Drivers, Passenger, and CJ5 rear seat frames all professionally reupholstered. Pics really don’t do the seats justice (They are very nice) Tailgate and Windshield frame are both also in excellent condition. Windshield frame rubber seal in tact and excellent as well. Windshield Frame folds down and up as it should. Turn Signals, Wipers Vacuum and Manual in tact and working. Headlight Bezels, Parking /Turn Lights and Tail Lights all original and working, in fact one if not both of tail lights are NOS originals. Continue reading
Not restored to complete original, but sure looks good.
“1944 Ford GPW military jeep. Not original, but correct engine, rebuilt with hardened valve seats to run unleaded gas. Lots of new parts, wiring harness, gas tank, starter, clutch, brakes, etc. Frame powder coated, correct paint on body. Runs and stops great. Transmission has issues, leaks and sometimes hard to shift from 1st to 2nd, like neutral gate off center???? Lots of extra parts. Kept as original as possible. 13,000.00 OBRO.”
Could be a good price.
“I’m selling my 1952 Willys Jeep M38
Asking: $3,000 or best offer
What it is:
four cylinder (Hurricane)
three-speed manual transmission
24-volt electrical system”