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1951 cj3a army issue jeep, frame off restro

  • Condition: New
  • Make: Jeep
  • Model: CJ
  • Year: 1951
  • Mileage: 8,185
  • VIN: 31g8118492
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
  • Location: Brighton, Michigan, United States


  • selling my 51 army issue jeep, total rebuild with correct parts with many accessories, 3 speed trans, comes with 1966 bantam army issue trailer with new paint and cross bar for the canvas top, the box shown in pictures has all new taillights and reflectors for trailer, bought a new canvas bikini top for jeep but never installed it, needs the top bars to finish it, the jeep runs and stops perfect never had a problem since I owned it which has been 5 years now, always been in heated garage, it came from the south, folding windshiel, rear mount spare and fuel tank,its a great ride for any kind of shows or parades or reenactments, has less them 300 miles on engine rebuild...any question call me at 248 882 7435

TheWillys-Overland CJ-3Awas introduced in 1949 and was in production until 1953 when replaced by the CJ-3B. It was powered by
Willys' 60hp (45kW; 61PS) L-134"Go-Devil"4-cylinder engine, with a T-90 transmission andDana18 transfer case, aDana 25front
axle and Dana 41 or 44 rear axle. It featured a one-piece windshield with a vent as well as wipers at the bottom. The CJ-3A had beefed
up suspension (10 leaf) to accommodate the various agricultural implements that were being built for the vehicle.Another difference was
a shorter rear wheelwell (the wheelwell from the top front edge to the rear of the body is 32in (810mm) on the 3A compared to 34in
(860mm) on the 2A) and moving the drivers seat rearward.As of 1951 aFarm Jeepand aJeep Tractorversion were offered; the latter
was very bare-bones, for field use only, and featured apower takeoff.