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Willys-Overland Jeep CJ2A — 1946

A CJ2A with an interesting Swedish military history, meticulously restored, and immaculately well kept its a rare fine with accurate timely details.

Peter Sundfeldt
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Shaun Major
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"This copy has everything a true collector could want, including accurate history and documentation, as well as being in excellent condition."

210 000SEK
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Peter Sundfeldt
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Shaun Major
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"This copy has everything a true collector could want, including accurate history and documentation, as well as being in excellent condition."


The Swedish army purchased it brand new in 1946, a year after the world had witnessed the end of yet another world war. The Swedish military purchased their vehicles in the CJ version, which stands for Civilian Jeep. Most were sold in the late 1950s, but this specimen was allowed to stay with the Army until 1969, when it was returned to its original location at Revinge Hefiring d's range. Following that, it has a motley history. The current owner purchased the car in the mid-1990s and has been renovating it ever since.
He is a well-known pedant in the vehicle hobby world, as evidenced by the car's condition. He's also gone to great lengths to track down all of the equipment and details that came with the jeep when it was new.

Technical data

  • Year
  • Registration date
  • Mileage
  • Kw / hp
    44 / 60 
  • Fuel Type
  • Transmission
  • Interior finish
    Beechwood Canvas 
  • Colour
    Dark Green 325# Svenska 


  • Mechanical condition:

    The engine and powertrain, like the rest of the vehicle, have undergone extensive renovations over time. The car also has an unusual warn overdrive system. This allows for a 500-rpm reduction in engine speed for smoother highway driving. It also has a front freewheel hub and steering damper, which makes cruising speed steering much more comfortable. The tires of the military secret pattern type known as no trace. It should not be possible to see which way the car has rolled to confuse any track finders.

  • Interior condition:

    Interior is sparse, as it should be, and has been renovated with care. All of the equipment details are meticulously assembled.

  • Exterior condition:

    Correct, beautiful, and stunning semi-matte dark green paint “325# Swedish army original color” with all exterior details. The roof and all of its details are from Beachwood Canvas, which is regarded as the best supplier in the United States.

  • General condition:

    The owner and renovator is a conscientious and meticulous car enthusiast, and the jeep was restored to its original splendor. This is a significant vehicle with a military history, and it bears the unusual Milo number, which is shared by both old and decommissioned military vehicles (military registration number). These numbers are rarely found on “Miltärfordordon- Miltary Vehicles” because they are de-identified before being sold.

MOT (tech. insp.)

Fordonsstatus: Itrafik 1995-07-17 (Konvert)
Ursprungsbesiktning: 1969-07-10 (regbes) (Ombes:19740405)
Datum i trafik första gången: 1969-07-10
Senast godkända besiktning: -
Besiktigad tom: -
Skattebefriad: Ja
Körförbud: Nej
Antal ägare: 7

Location and viewing Information

Location: Sandared

For viewing the vehicle, contact the valuator/depot:

Classic Car Depot
Shaun Major
+46 709 724007

Pick up

Collection must take place before: 2021-05-18.

NOTE! Payment (deposit to our account) must be made within 5 days and before collection.

Auction information

General information about the condition of the vehicles .
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