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For Sale Modified 1941 Willys Jeep $14000 ono

Registered and Engineered in Queensland.

1941 Willys Jeep modified with a V6 Buick Engine, Automatic Transmission and a Toyota  Transfer case allows this little beauty to keep up with highway traffic. Easliy crusing at 100kph this 41 Willys  you can drive the Jeep anywhere in good time. .Both the front and rear differentials have been upgraded to highway ratios complemented by Limited Slip Differential in the rear Dana 44. All new bearings with fully floating axels.

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The Front brakes have been converted to Disc and larger upgraded rear drums. New pads and shoes as well. Power steering allows you to run bigger tyres like the brand new Maxxis Bighorn Muddies in 35″  with widened 15″ Steel Rims.

A sizeable covered in area on the tray a Canvas Canopy keeps your load dry and not covered in dirt or dust. Storage is plentiful and easily accessed for those long weekend camping trips. Shovel , Axe and Gerry Cans come with the Jeep, spot lights comfortable seats everything you could need when your offroading with the Club in custom Jeep.

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Many other modifications have been added to the custom 1941 Willys Jeep. The owner has had his fun and is moving onto other projects, a pride of the collection this Jeep wont last long in today jeep crazed market! Join up today ! Dont miss out on a one of kind Willys Jeep restored to use daily, weekly and on any weekend.

Call the owner Ken for more details on 0417644086 he be happy to talk to you about the vehicle.

The Jeep CJ-10 was a CJ-bodied pick up truck based on a heavily modified Jeep J10 J Series pickup truck. Produced from 1981 to 1985, it was sold and designed for export markets Australia in particular.They featured rectangular headlights mounted in the fenders and a ten-slot grille, where all other CJ Jeeps had a seven-slot grille. Not confirmed there was 300 made for the Australian market. Making this a rare find and known as the Jeep One-Tonner.

A rare find with this Jeep CJ10 Pick up truck, it has all original parts including :

CJ10 Tub ,CJ10 Tailgate ,CJ10 Tarp and taro bows all in excellent condition

AMC 258 4.2Litre engine thats sound perfect ( with 242,000kms) 6 cylinder inline OHV displacement 4229cm3 , oil changed with new filter.

Max power from factory 115hp SAE at 3200rpm Max Torque 27.1 mkg at 1600rpm

Tremec T176 Manual Transmission 4 speed gearbox and Reverse

Transfer Case is a New Process NP 208 ‘ Command Trac” Part time 2 speed manual. Low and High 4×4 , locking manual hubs

Front Differential Dana 44 and Rear Differential Dana 60 just received new hats and fresh oil and seals

Suspension is a rigid rear axle, rigid axle front springs , extended shackles in the front and lift blocks in the rear to give it an extra 2″ lift.

5 – 35/12.50R15 Mickey Thompson Claw Tyres approx 50% worn, with a 5 spoke American Racing 15×10″ rims.

Currently it has no front bumper

The cab has a 3/4 passenger seat, and a single bucket style for the driver. Plenty of room in the cab allows larger people to enjoy driving this Jeep Truck. A few of the guages have been swapped out for modern versions, and a large taco is attached to the steering coloumn. The interior is a nutmeg in colour, with matching dash pad, door cards and sun visors. The seat is also in this factory colour.

One of the key features of the CJ10 was its rear split window, a real joy to slide open on a hot day and let the breeze flow through the cab, or just have it open so you can yell at the dog!

Additional filters and breathers have been added to the tops of the diff breather pipes, a K&N Air Filter and a upgraded electronic Distributor with leads.

Currently doesnt have a stero or Radio, obviusly the previus owner was more interested in listening to the sweet sound of his motor

There is a small rust hole in the upper LHS fire wall about the size of a 50c piece. The door handles also have some surface rust, however these can be easlily replaced with new chrome or black paddle handles.

Body work and paint is in reasonable condition for a Jeep of 36 years, we havent washed it as yet as can been seen in the pictures. Some buyers prefer the patina look.