Willys Jeep CJ 3A
The 3A is the first civilian version of the original World War II Jeep
Powered by a 2.2-liter inline-four engine
The Willys Jeep, produced in 1952, is part of the CJ-3A model line. The 3A is the first civilian version of the original World War II Jeep, known as the CJ-2A. The car was manufactured by Willys-Overland Motors and later by Kaiser-Willys Corporation.
The CJ-3A is powered by a 2.2-liter inline-four engine, commonly known as the «Go Devil» engine, producing around 60 horsepower.
With a three-speed manual transmission and a low-range transfer case for off-road capabilities, this Jeep is ready for any terrain.
This model has a part-time four-wheel-drive system, allowing drivers to switch between two-wheel drive and four-wheel drive for better traction on challenging terrains.
It’s designed with a classic open body with removable doors and a folding windshield but also came with a canvas top and doors for protection against the elements.
This beauty features a spare tire mounted on the side, a rear-mounted gas can, and seating for up to four occupants. We can ensure that this Willys Jeep is restored from scratch and perfectly.