Classic Willys Cj2a 1948 Jeep on 2040-cars
Weiser, Idaho, United States
For Sale By:Private Seller
Number of Cylinders: 4
Trim: 2A, Normandy Blue, Red wheels with blue stripes
Options: Arctic Top, 4-Wheel Drive, Convertible
Drive Type: 4 x 4
Exterior Color: Normandy Blue
Number of Doors: 2
Interior Color: Blue with red seats
This classic 1948 Willys CJ2A Jeep is a body-off restoration. The body was repaired with new gussets and tool box floor. It has a L134 rebuilt engine, rebuilt T90 transmission, and rebuilt T18 transfer case. It is a 6 volt system with a rebuilt starter and generator. The voltage regulator, clutch pressure plate, disc, and throw-out bearing are new. Brake shoes, wheel cylinders, master cylinder, steel and rubber brake lines are all new. It has a rebuilt steering system. This jeep is painted the original Normandy Blue with white arctic cab. It has an original Willys heater. All the wiring is new. It has five new 700 x 16 military tires. This jeep is ready to go--on-road, off-road, all kinds of weather. It is located in southwest Idaho, 85 miles from Boise, the state capital. With questions or for more information, please call Jim at (208)549-3400.
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2014 Jeep CherokeeThu, 19 Sep 2013
The Cherokee Is Dead. Long Live The Cherokee.
There are three sentences that, for this reviewer, define what needs to be conveyed about the 2014 Jeep Cherokee. The first: it is very good.
Jeep spent 27 years building the Cherokee and its brand, from 1974 to 2001. Twelve years ago, the Cherokee nameplate rolled away into the distant hills and retirement, at least here in the NAFTA colonies, and it was replaced by a loaded word we knew as "Liberty."
100,000 Jeep Cherokee models subject to further 9-speed recalibrationThu, 29 May 2014
It seems that the software problems with the nine-speed automatic gearbox in the Jeep Cherokee continue to mount. The programming already caused multiple development delays and even postponed the Cherokee's market launch by roughly two months. Now, Jeep has issued another recalibration to hopefully assuage unhappy drivers.
According to Automotive News, this reflash for the allegedly jerky transmission covers over 100,000 Cherokees built before May 5, but it's not technically a recall. If owners are having problems and complain to the dealer, they get the new software. Otherwise, they continue with the current version. New vehicles on dealer lots also receive the latest revision to the programming. It takes only around five minutes to install, but technicians need to take the Cherokee on a test drive to adapt the gearbox to the changes.
The Cherokee's transmission software has been problematic practically since the beginning. The Jeep plant in Toledo, OH, briefly idled its second-shift workers last year to take care of the issue. Since the launch issues for the crossover, demand has been strong. Jeep added another 1,000 temporary workers to the Toledo factory to keep up, and sales were on par with the Wrangler in just its first two months.
Marchionne: Midsize pickup still not in the cards; Ram 1500, Jeep Wrangler could use aluminumWed, 07 May 2014
During the Fiat-Chrysler briefings on Tuesday, Reid Bigland, head of Ram Trucks, outlined the new product plans for his brand, including confirmation that an all-new light-duty Ram 1500 will launch in 2017. From there, discussions spun off in two directions, with the main questions being: will Ram build a midsize pickup? And, following Ford's move to extensively use aluminum in its new 2015 F-150, will Chrysler be using this weight-saving material for the next round of its fullsize truck, as well?
"I think there is room for a Ram 1000," Fiat-Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne (pictured above) told members of the media, saying this is a conversation the automaker has been having internally for several years now. "We've tried this ... we've actually taken it to clinics," Marchionne stated, adding that the "response has been lukewarm."
"I have better use of aluminum in this house than a pickup truck." - Sergio Marchionne