This 1946 CJ-2A Willys Jeep was purchased by my Dad in 1953, when I was 6 years old, for $300. He bought it from a fireman that painted it red and white. Originally it was a Normany Blue with the white top. Over the years it’s been painted twice staying with the red and white with the light gray interior. After my Dad past away I took over the care of “the Jeep” and I plan to past it on to one of my grandsons. The original Willys half cab came with a canvas curtain that would snap to the inside and enclose the front half. It also came with a rear canvas top that attached to the side and top of the front cab. Other additions to the now “restified” ‘46 CJ-2A are the Dualmatic hubs on the front wheels, a Saginau steering box conversion to replace the stiff cam and lever style set up and a 12 volt system. The CJ-3A steps were added at the request of my Mom. It is still a daily driver and we try to do three or four “four wheeling trips” a year with the grandkids.