Discussion in 'eBay and Craigslist' started by jackdog, May 16, 2019 at 8:40 AM.
This may not be the worst I've seen, but it's close.
Willys CJ3A parts $400.00 OBO
I could be saved!
Maybe not the worst for you, but it is for me. That thing would disappear in a stiff breeze. How would you even transport it?
FINALLY a Jeep close enough for me to buy!
I'd be worried that even the PTO and the winch are probably toast.
One could name the Jeep, "tetanus".
Not too far down the road from me. I think I see one good lug nut on that one......
Its been 30+ years, but I've had at least a dozen in that condition, or worse. You have to consider I lived at Cape Hatteras and all the Jeeps had lived on the beach, sometimes splashing in the surf. This one pictured here was typical, and they were driven up to this level of disintegration. I used to pull stumps with one that looked similar to this one.
You wouldn't believe what a 5 year old CJ looked like after driving through tide in the first year of its life.
That is the worst I have ever seen.
If it was much worse there wouldn't be anything to look at.
seen the same thing when I lived out west . and they thought they were being cool
Give me $400 & I'll haul it away for you. I see nothing of value there, as mentioned above the winch is probably locked up too.
I think your might be able to save the shift knobs, on second thought, probably not.
If you wash it cut down the pressure or there will be nothing left.
It is amazing what the rain amd snow will do to a vehicle.
Drawbar looks good but I've got 3 in the rafters now.
Three, you say...
This ride gets Peterson's full four-out-of-four poopy rating.
It probably deserves a five-out-of-four for the ridiculous "no BS" remark by the seller.
Give it a proper burial: We therefore commit this Jeep to the ground; earth to earth, ashes to ashes, dust to dust;
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