This was the last of the "low-hood" flat-fendered CJs. Only a few
changes, mostly visual, marked the CJ-3A from the 2A. The windshield is
a one-piece design and has a vent just below it. In its four-year run,
131,843 CJ-3As were manufactured. The 3A got an axle upgrade from a
Spicer 41-2 to a Spicer 44-2. A stripped "Farm Jeep" option was
available for 1951-53 models; these featured a standard drawbar and PTO.
In 1953, the CJ-3A was built alongside the "high-hood", F-head powered
CJ-3B. This extremely original 1950 CJ-3A belongs to Colin Hutto of
Cedaredge, Colorado. (Jim Allen)
Also on The CJ3B Page, see The CJ-3A Universal Jeep: Another "Sibling of the CJ-3B" and From Broadway to Halfmoon Valley Road.
Return to the Pictorial History of the Universal Jeep or the Universal Jeep Timeline, 1942-1986 on The CJ3B Page.
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