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1955 Surrey for sale
Topic Started: Jan 13 2017, 11:31 PM (389 Views)
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Quarter Ton Parts in Chickamauga, GA just posted this "1955 Surrey", thought some here might be interested.

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1964 CJ3B
1953 CJ3B w/Bantam T3-C (currently in the Sam Werner Military Museum)
1952 M38 w/M100
NE Alabama
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Did they make a surry in '55?
1953 CJ3B
1965(?) CJ5
1949 Jeepster
1947 Cj2A
2004 Kubota l3400
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Bob,Jan 25 2017
12:20 PM
Did they make a surry in '55?

Wasn't wanting to bust anyone's bubble but I'm glad you asked the question. The short answer is no and even admitted is not a surrey on the QTM Facebook page where this originally appeared though some of the other points weren't cleared up.

Not a 55 either. This is likely a 1956 data plate serial number dj3a due to the 8 King Seeley speedometer and likely a dj3a convertible due to the convertible top bottom rod holding brackets still on the bed and the solid back panel. Per our groups continuing research on DJ3A convertibles this is finally starting to become common knowledge among quite a few of us.

Also convinced that is the wrong windshield on this DJ, of course the top racks are wrong, same for the front bumper, and the snaps down the side of the bed don't belong on any DJ3A's as original equipment
Charles Tate....North Mississippi

1956 WILLYS DJ3A Convertible
Doing ground up nuts and bolt restoration by almost entirely reconditioning original used or a few NOS DJ3A parts.

1962 WILLYS DJ3A Convertible. (For research and parts only)
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