What is your e-mail address?: email@example.com
What is your Jeep Willys model?: WAGONEER (SJ)
Which manufactured year?: 1946
What was the original body color ?: Burgundy,Yellow,Brown
What else ? Other details ? Factory options and accessories ?: Sitting on a all Willys ’62 running gear.5 ton pto wench.
It is for sale?: Yes
Which price?: Maybe.
Tell us about your Jeep Willys ? : Had this car from 1980. First built from two vehicles in Horsefly BC. Took it for three month tour of the Wet Coast,Yukon,and Alaska. That was 36 years ago.The Dempster was only open for a year at that point. Its been twice across Canada. Rebuilt in the early ’90s,and hope to rebuild again. Used it for my painting business,and was a daily driver for years. The last photo is how I want to make it look like again.
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Here is my latest brochure. It is not dated but I do believe that it should be around 1947. There is a lot of CJ-2A and I think there is also the Agri-Jeep since some pics has the word “jeep” stamped on the hood. I never saw a real one and I don’t know if it exist. Some pics may have been altered. Yep! Even in that time they were able to “photoshop” their pics. The brochure is in good condition but someone (a kid probably) wrote the name “john” on some pages.
I really like the jeep on page 21 of the brochure. It’s look like a CJ-2A with a strange cab. The word “jeep” is stamped on the hood and the grill has 9 slots. What do you think about it?
I would like to thank Eric Fuller for sharing with us a pdf copy of the Parts Peculiar to Perkins Diesel Jeep manual for the models CJ-5 and CJ-6. The manual was issued in 1964 from Kaiser Jeep Corporation.
I don’t remember where I found those pdf manual but they are pretty neat! I think it was on www.thecj2apage.com but I’m not sure. If you know where they are originated from let me know so I can give the credits to them.
They are big so it take time to open.
I’m always surprised when I saw how many things that the Jeep can do with the proper tools or attachment!
In the Jeep Trucks manual, there is more details about the Dump-o-Matic bed and a lot of other great stuff;
Yesterday I went to the Canadian Tire Store and found a discounted parts washer…I couldn’t resist and I bought it! It’s the Canadian tire homemade brand Mastercraft but It look like well build. I paid it 175$. Let me use it and I will tell you how it goes.