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Old July 17th, 2008, 09:00 AM   #1
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One of our old customers brought this in for a tune up today at our chevy dealership.Apparentaly he has 3 months to live and is selling everything including this for 6500.00$ it has 21,000 mi. on it.Just thought i would share its a 46 willys.



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Old July 17th, 2008, 09:18 AM   #2
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Wow that's nice
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Old July 17th, 2008, 09:28 AM   #4
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Dont know much about older jeeps is that a good deal??? besides the john deere paint job
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Tommy likey...Tommy want Willys.
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One day, we will all face death. Nobody's getting out of here alive. The question to ask yourself is, "How will I face death?" and "what happens after I die?"

I hope the Jeep goes to someone who will appreciate it.
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Dont know much about older jeeps is that a good deal??? besides the john deere paint job
Probably a little high depending on how much body work has been done. It obviously has had work done in those pics as EVERYTHING is sprayed yellow, seat frames, pedals and all.

2A's are still relatively reasonable to buy in restored condition. I have seen much better examples sell on ebay (all jeep shit is sold high) sell for about that money, I have seen similar ones for about 5k

I'd love to have it, as it is all original though, great canidate for a full restore. I want an original one some day

Sucks he is selling it before he dies, he should enjoy it till his death. (hopefully in more then 3 months)
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I have driven that. It is is great shape. The guy also bought a brand new silverado, then had it painted two tone silver/white.

He has a few other vehicles too. I can't think of them at this time.

He always brings in his own oil and filter. Just pays labor. At least he used to. I think it is John Deere oil too.

Oh yeah, he has toy John Deere tractors attached to the dash of all his vehicles, except the jeep. His S10 did and the silverado with the one farm light mounted to the front bumper.
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on a large enough scale, the survival rate is zero. 0/0.
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on a large enough scale, the survival rate is zero. 0/0.
Are you sure it is not 3/3??
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I get the old mans 64 cj-5 when he kicks the bucket. All orig, currently has 36~k miles on it. Ol farm jeep. I really want to have the body re-done for him some day.
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