1947 Willys Jeep CJ2A barn find Az survivor find Rare twin stick not Bronco CJ5

1947 Willys CJ2A CJ

Make: Willys
Model: CJ2A
SubModel: Military
Type: Convertible
Trim: CJ
Year: 1947
Mileage: 65000
VIN: 95210
Color: Blue
Engine: 4 cyl
Cylinders: 4
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Manual w twin stick 4x
Drive type: 4WD
Interior color: blue and black
Drive side: Left-hand drive
Safety: Rollbar
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Tucson, Arizona, United States
4-Wheel Drive, Convertible

Description for Willys CJ2A 1947

1947 Willys Jeep

Arizona Desert 4x4

Early Jeep Values are on the rise, almost as much as Broncos

Pretty rare to find one not rotted out.
This AZ beast has been off the road here since 2003, within a few
hours we got it up and running. Only thing we dont have yet are brakes.
Pedal is stuck. Other then that, it starts with the key and runs really well

Whether you want a fun daily / hunting truck or whatever

this is the Az Willys Jeep you want to buy ! dont miss this one !

We suggest viewing our auction on normal large monitors

and or tablet to get the most out of our large easy to view pics.

Desert Survivor being sold by a very legit Ebay seller

If you have any concerns about our vehicle, please ask or dont

bid on it. Dont wait till after you win and then make up stuff on

wondering if we are real or not.

FEEDBACK !!! if you cant take 10 min to read thru our feedback

on the cars we have sold here over the last 10 yrs, then you also

shouldnt be bidding on our auctions. Ebay offers our Feedback rating

for a reason,... try trusting it.


I call it a survivor because, its not rotted out and still wearing
much of its original sheet metal. The speedos not working but the
last owner guess it having only about 70k original miles on it.
No real way to verify, but there are alot of original components
still on it under the hood and all.
Yes, a few mods here n there but for its age its still pretty original
and would be a fun Jeep to do whatever with. Minimal rot and rust
thanks to the AZ dry desert climate. This Jeeps been well used but
wouldnt say its been abuses. ( SEE PICS !!)

Ive been all under and over this truck and it has very little rot.

Being an AZ truck the floors and rockers are in nice shape of course.

SEE PICS below ! We have nothing to hide and plenty of pics
to prove how clean it is under this truck....
WHY buy an eastcoast rust bucket



apparently some people

who use ebay arent smart enough to understand the rules.

So if you have under 10 feedbacks, Ill be emailing you if you bid to

make sure you are legit, if we do please reply or we will cancel your bid.

Up for Auction: LOW FAIR RESERVE !!!

DRIVETRAIN: factory 4 cyl Flathead matted to a 3 spd manual
trans, with the factory Twin stick 4x4 controls. Allowing you to have
a super Low Range in 2wd if you want. Pretty cool set up, and of
course locking front hubs. Starts fine with the key and sits there and
idles well too. (havent checked to see if its charging correctly) I did
see a cut wire coming off the voltage regulator. At the moment there
are no brakes, it needs a brake master cylinder. If I have time Ill put
one in this week. Ive driven it around my block a few times and used
all the gears. Runs and drives well for an old Jeep. Pretty cool. No
smoke from the engine or weird noises, but it may need a tune up in
its near future. Cool old 15" steel wheels too on BFG AT tires.

INTERIOR:take a look at the pics. Mostly all original and showing
alot of wear n tear from the AZ heat and sun. Very sparse as it
almost came from the factory, with a few basic gauges etc. Seats
remove like factory, no back seat. Its had a few mods done over
the years but nothing horrible, and most usable. A few spots on the
floors with rust, but for a Jeep this old, not restored...its pretty clean.
Roll bar is a really nice unit and was added in the 80s.

EXTERIOR: the body very straight for its age, with minimal rot all around.
this is a
desert survivor. Not sure if blue was the original color but its
faded and aged. Tow bar was added (like alot of these) to the ft bumper.
Not really sure if any of the lights are working. Hood has the most dents
but hard to see in the pics. Rest of the body is pretty clean for its age.
Original wheel and spare style tire out back along with a nice tow hitch.

My guess if you wanted to, you could media blast off all the surface rust
under the truck for a cleaner look (or just leave it as is)

SUSPENSION: the suspension looks to be all factory and or
original other then the shocks, which are kinda recent actually.
Doesnt ride bad at all and no weird noises when I was buzzing it

These were built to last and this 50+ yr old JEEP is proof of that.

Check out ALL the pics below ----->

it may take a full minute for them all to load if you have a

slow connection, so be patient AND looks for the extra scroll

bar on the right side. check em out !

Az gets maybe 12" a yr of rain and Az very dry climate.

more info AFTER the pics etc. There are 100 large pics to follow.

Mostly just surface rust under the car, making working on it
a breeze if the need arises.

Check out ALL the pics below ----->

it may take a full minute for them all to load ifyou have a
slow connection, so be patient AND looks for the extra scroll
bar on the right side. check em out !
Az gets maybe 12" a yr of rain and Az very dry climate.
more infoAFTER the pics etc. There are 100 large pics.

There you go, probably The BEST represented JEEPs
on Ebay.

Shows you all the good as well as any bad.
We put a lot of time and effort in marketing our cars.
People wait months for a car this solid to come up for sale
and even if you have to pay shipping to your area, it still beats
paying a body shop to hopefully fix a rusty car for weeks on end.
Having as much as the original steel on a non restored car these
speaks volumes. Survivors are getting harder to find !
Also, if you buy a car thats been "restored", who knows what surprises are hidden under new paint or thick undercoating.
People are flipping cars all the time when most of the jobs are
fast, for a quick buck and quality suffers.

Email us with ANY questions before you bid please

Our Impeccable FEEDBACK speaks for itself. We show you as
much feasibly possible via pics.
Dont let auctions withlittle to no pics try to fool you.
If they cant take the time to take pics of areas under the car they
are selling, maybe its not the best car to buy long distance.
With other auctions, you really dont know what to expect
until you take the car apart. While we go over our cars ALL OVER
with great pics to help making your decision easier.
Along with ANY other questions you may have.
Email me for a quote for shipping.

Keep in mind, this is not a restored car !!

SHOULD BE PICKED UP WITHIN 10 daysof auctions end.
Unless other arrangements have been made before auction ends. Wecan help with shipping outside the USA too if you need help. Will ship at as operational at the moment, but
working on the brakes this week to help it stop.
This Jeep youcan seeclearly whatto expect with no surprises and our Feedback speaks for itself !
IF you need a shipping quote, just email us with your city/state
and Ill find out our best quote for you !! Shipping a big truck
Like this can get a little $, so please check some prices or ask
us before you bid if you have any concerns.
No problem helping it to the docks if you are shipping overseas
Overseas buyers we can help too and of course it will come
with a clear AZ title.

If there is a winner, please CONTACT me when the auction ends
and say Hi and we can take it from there.
Our direct email is
(motorsport_svx@yahoo.com) no excuses.

Bank Wires need to be prompt if you are out of the country
because they always seem to take longer then expected.
I bank with B of A which makes things easy for many out of
state for payment. direct depositor Cashier checks
If you wire the funds we must add a $50 fee that our bank charges us.
must clear before car can move. Its a sign of the times, sorry.
IF RESERVES NOT MET, email us anyway maybe we can work
out a deal after it ends.

PAYPAL works for
a $500 deposit - You can do the balance via Paypal too but we do add
a 3% service fee and we can send you an invoice...
OR YOU can do the rest direct bank deposit or wire or the ZELLE or
Must be paid within 3 days