1954 Jeep jeep willy Runs great, 3 speed 4x4

Price: - Item location: San Francisco, California, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Jeep
  • Model: CJ
  • Type: Jeep
  • Trim: Willys
  • Year: 1954
  • Mileage: 78,000
  • VIN: 0000000000000000
  • Color: Teal
  • Engine size: Jh4
  • Number of cylinders: 4
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Manual
  • Drive type: AWD
  • Interior color: Grey
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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1954 Jeep CJ Willys

We our selling our 1954 Jeep willys, 4 cylinder, runs and drives great, currently registere, no mechanical issue, tires have a lot of life left in them, it's a 3 speed transmission, we planned to fully restore it, but just don't have the time or funds.... It's just taking up space in our garage ..... It's a fun jeep to drive, great for off roading, .... We would love for some one to bring it back to life...Please call 415 374-4191
Here's some info I found

Production Total:196,000 (155,494 assembled in the U.S.)
(Public sales end in 1964 as far as we can tell - however CJ-3Bs were still available for commercial / military markets until 1968)

CJ-3B Illustration

The Universal Jeep CJ-3B was first produced by Willys-Overland in 1953, following closely in the footsteps of its 1/4 ton predecessors, theCJ-2AandCJ-3A, civilian models mostly targeted to agricultural and industrial applications. With the close of WWII, Willys-Overland began to promote the CJs as civilian models that stretched beyond the scope of the militarizedMB, pitched as "all-purpose" vehicles in ads of the time, first with theCJ-2Ain 1945, followed by an updated but still very similar version (CJ-3A) from 1949 - 1953, and then with the more significantly modified CJ-3B from 1953-1964.

In the same year that the CJ-3B was introduced, Willys-Overland was sold to the Kaiser-Frazer Corporation, who adopted the Willys Motors name until 1964. The CJ-3B, a transitional model that narrowed the gap between the CJ andM38-A1, while similar in many ways to the 2A and 3A, had one major difference: the new F-Head Hurricane engine, which delivered more horsepower, but demanded a higher hood, a structural feature that also distinguished it from earlier CJs. The new Hurricane engine delivered a marked improvement in performance, with larger intake valves in the head and increased fuel economy. While historical information about CJ-3Bs seems more difficult to obtain than other CJs, they remain part of the flat-fender family even today, as some variants are still produced under license from Willys by India’s Mahindra and Mahindra.

Service Guides and Documents:
Gulf Service Sheet (1945-1964)-Document provided courtesy of Michael Scoggins
Jeep Dipstick Guide-Document provided courtesy of Michael Scoggins