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1951 Navy Radio M-38 Crawford, Co eBay


It’s rough, but unusual.  The seller buys and sells old flatties.

“Up for auction is a 1951 Willys M38 US Navy Radio Jeep. This jeep originally had a radio set in it. There is no motor in the jeep at this time but I have a willys flat head 4 cylinder engine that goes with the jeep. The jeeps body is in good shape with very few to no dents. There is some rust on the passenger side of the jeep ( see pictures ) but other than that the jeep is in extremely good shape. The hood numbers are starting to come through the paint, so sanding it lightly will bring through the original US Navy hood numbers. The frame is in great shape with no cracks or rust other than slight surface rust here are there. Still has both bumperrets but missing the pintle hook. Has original front seat frames, gas tank, wheels and many other parts that are hard to find. All the data plates are still on the dash along with the radio set data plate located on the glove box door. This jeep would be a great restoration project. Comes with a clear Colorado title. sold as is where is. I can possibly ship the jeep depending where you are located. Or I know of some really good shipping company’s to ship it for you and they are very reasonable. If you have any question please feel free to call me at (970-462-7760) If you would like more pics let me know and I would be happy to send them to you, happy bidding.

I Buy, Sell and Trade Military and Civilian Jeeps, Trucks and Trailers. So if your looking for something I don’t have listed I might have it or be able to get it for you. I will be getting  4 more jeeps that will be for sell within the next few weeks, they will be a 1950 early m38, a m38a1, and 2 cj2a jeeps. Give me a Call (970-462-7760).”

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4 Comments on “1951 Navy Radio M-38 Crawford, Co eBay

  1. David Eilers

    I thought I’d seen this before, so I searched my computer for it, but didn’t have any success. It must be listed under a different town name.

  2. J.R. Welsh

    I thought this looked familliar, Yep this came from the “G” and I agree with bill! just trying to turn some quick bucks.

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