- Written by webmin
As a dedicated Jeep nut, living in the Northeast is, simply, hell. It seems that any pre-TJ body-on-frame Jeep gets conscripted into plow duty the minute a bubble of rust appears and thus becomes wholly unsuited to any roadgoing endeavor ever again. Which is why it’s not as surprising that this 1948 Jeep CJ-2A remains in stock condition, it’s that it hasn’t devolved into a brakeless, bald-tired heap of parts while being located in the vortex of Yankee thrift. From the seller’s description:
Extremely rare unmolested original: Original Plow with fan belt driven hydraulic lift mechanism, Original intact canvas top and doors. Plexiglas windows are yellowed but not cracked, Original upholstery. Original factory dealer installed options: Warn hubs, passenger side hand-operated wiper, Tow bar, Bug screen, Second tail light, Spare tire (wheel was standard). Top quality repaint in original Patomic Grey with original paint scheme faithfully reproduced (correct bare metal areas, black trim, original wheel color etc.). Runs beautifully. You have to see it to verify that it is the most original one left. (When you drive it on the interstate, keep to the right. Top speed 60.)
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