The CJ3A has extra leg room and belly room, so it is much more comfortable to drive!
Up for sale is a 1952 Willys CJ3A serial #31961 that is finished as an MB style WWII Army military Jeep. This jeep is ready to be driven and can be enjoyed today. It is great in parades, errands, and road trips. . You get lots of looks and high fives. This is a Fun Jeep! I take good sound jeeps, fix and upgrade where it needs it, and finish them to military. This Willys is street legal and safe with clear Kansas title, left and right blinkers, tail lights, headlights, olive drab seat belts, and brake lights. The blinkers and seat belts have been added to increase the safety of the vehicle, especially when driving the grandkids around.
The 4 Cylinder L134 Flat Head Go-Devil engine runs strong with good power. Good oil pressure, and no smoke. 12V upgrade with alternator for strong starting. I moved the key switch to left hand for ease of use so you can choke and throttle with your right hand. Working horn, parking brake, lights, brakes, new gauges and wiring. Transmission is smooth without noise and new clutch and linkages give a great clutch pedal. 4x4 shifts well and no noises. No oil leaks to speak of, which is rare, I replaced the rear differential yoke and seal to stop that leak.
Body is strong with no active rust. All floors are solid. The jeep had some low texture undercoating spray applied to the inside of the rear bed and some undercarriage by the previous owner. It is adhered well and looks good. Jeep has a fresh coat of Gillespie paint #33070 olive drab flat green paint and satin white stencils. Primer was high quality zinc phosphate #112 type for extra rust protection. The stencils are painted, and not the cheap vinyl that some have. A can of matching green touch up paint is included and is very easy to touch up as you hit the trails. I can add a custom stencil, such as a unit number or Jeep name, if you would like.
The accessories that are shown in the photos are also included, which include antique fire extinguisher, shovel, helmet, replica grenade crate, two vintage military bags, pistol belt and canteen, yellow bridge plate (removable), jerry gas can, door safety straps, and soft canvas summer top.
New parts: Four tires, all gauges and wiring, fuel sender, clutch linkage, 12V alternator, distributor cap and rotor. Throttle and choke cable, windshield rubber cowling, manual wiper, and glass. Olive drab seats front and rear with matching summer soft top. Safety door straps, two front seat belts. Front bridge plate (removable), replica grenade box. Blinker switch, front and rear blinker/parking lights, blackout light. Mirror, body handles, headlight switch, brake light switch, parking brake handle and cable, rifle carrier, dash data plates, welting on grille, hood bumpers, muffler and pipe.
Walk Around 1 Video: https://youtu.be/0RZHz9F8uYc
Driving Video: https://youtu.be/XamUAK4d55E
Revving Video: https://youtu.be/YeKTnbfTzGA
Interior Video: https://youtu.be/qjoeF0rVtmE
Walk Around 2: https://youtu.be/LZApWoH-L-g
Braking Video: https://youtu.be/tzdAGk_myUc
Blinker Video: https://youtu.be/ipFwgIv7pAI
Starting Video: https://youtu.be/dRg3Lu-I5fQ
Buyer responsible for pick-up and transportation, but I will be available to assist. I see transportation charges
between $500 and $1,000 depending on distance, and if trailer is open or enclosed. I can take paypal if sent "family to family" so no charges
apply. Many buyers do a money transfer from your bank to mine. All payment needs to be complete before transportation occurs or I sign over
the title. You will love this Jeep - Thank You!
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