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1945 GPW Los Gatos, CA **SOLD**


UPDATE: Was $8000. **SOLD**

“I have the stencils of the hood number and invasion markings, just never managed to find time to paint the Jeep with them.
Jeep runs very well and is in great conditions. Garaged.

Description: Garaged for over 20 years, this partially restored 1945 GPW is in great condition and runs very well. The 4 cylinder willys engine is fueled by a new carburetor and last year new timing gear was installed. There are many other new parts installed on this jeep including: an new generator, water pump, fuel filter, fuel pump, water gauge, oil gauge, master cylinder, brake lines and fittings, tie-rod ends at steering system, and new gas tank. The body is original and the sheet metal is in good condition. The front seats are re-covered in vinyl leatherette. The frame has the original serial number stamped on it. All 5 wheels are tires are off road 15 inch diameter tube type tires and rims. Not combat rims. The electrical system wiring (positive ground) is functioning correctly and the dash lights are wired for street use and the black out system is not connected.The glove box door still has the original metal tags with serial numbers.”

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8 Comments on “1945 GPW Los Gatos, CA **SOLD**

  1. Merlin

    The listings in dual locations, and photos mainly of the dog make me think scam?? Who posts photos focused on a dog with no good photos of the vehicle they are trying to sell?

  2. mmdeilers Post author

    Merlin, I thought the same thing, yet the seller included their phone number. I rarely see that with a scam. And the phone number is a Los Gatos area number. If it is a scam, it’s the strangest one I’ve seen to date.

  3. Joe Friday

    Looks just like the Bernese sitting here watching me surf ewillys except that one has a wider blaze…

  4. scramboleer

    Yeah, there’s a Swissy following me around the house tonight. I’m gonna call the number tomorrow to find out more.

  5. DJ Bill

    Google the phone number and you will see some posts where the owner, a guy named Marc, from the UK originally, bought it quite a while ago and was posting questions on G 503. I highly doubt it is a scam, but interesting photography anyhow. Maybe the dog is a camera hog.
    I think the minimum price he will accept is $9000 if I read it right.

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