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CJ-2A Complete Body Tub Kit, Steel, 1945-1949, Willys Jeep CJ-2A

CJ-2A Complete Body Tub Kit, Steel, 1945-1949, Willys Jeep CJ-2A

Part #: DMC-673859-2A
Regular price $4,037.60
Regular price $4,325.99 USD Sale price $4,037.60 USD
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So you bought a "project" Jeep and now you've realized that the body is so rusty that you need a tetanus shot. It's time to get some good solid steel under your feet. This replacement body tub kit provides a sturdy foundation to your dream Jeep. Built using the same 18 gauge steel on the floors and 16 gauge steel on the side panels found on the original bodies. This tub is an official MOPAR licensed reproduction with Willys Script. Kit includes body tub, fenders, hood, windshield frame, and tailgate. Grille is not included. Alternate part number CBK054. Free shipping!!!! The CJ2A had the following features. 

  • Hood like MB but with "Willys" script (Included)
  • Driver Side Left fender like MB (Fenders Included)
  • Tailgate with "Willys" script (Included)
  • Chassis like MB with all outriggers mounted outwards
  • Diamond arrayed side steps right and left added
  • Round tube framed windshield like MB but taller with "Willys" script and round stiffener for bow storage and" lollipop" style inner frame adjuster. With rubber backstop for inner frame (Windshield Frame Included)
  • 7 slot grille surface mounted marker lights flush to grille face (No Grille Included)
  • Side Cowl left and right with oval drain hole
  • Spare Tire mounted at left
  • Main bow stowage at right
  • "Willys" scripted tool box (Included)
  • This body tub does not included the tool indents on the driver side like the very early tubs, please contact us if you would like to order the early tub. 

Fits: 1945-1949 Willys CJ-2A


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Based on 1 review
Mark Crumb
Cj2a body

The body looks very good something went through the top of the very thin wood panel on the top of the shipping crate and bent the hood i was able to straighten it out so far i wont be mounting the body for a while waiting to get the engine done