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M-38 Body and Vintage Parts in Chickamauga, GA **SOLD**

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UPDATE: **SOLD** Body was $700.

This is a 1952 Willys M38 body tub. This has a new front floor pan installed as well as a right rear 1/4 panel and side. It also has some other patching done on non original holes. It will need several more welded up. It has been sand blasted and primed but the former owner let it get damp under a tarp and there is some light surface rust. This was originally a communications jeep so there are holes for the radio equiptment as well as the antana mounts and cable holes. It just needs finishing.


Here’s more:

“We carry a large inventory of vintage Jeep parts both new and take off. We only carry parts for the 1/4 ton jeeps such as the MB, GPW, CJ2A, Cj3A, M38, M38A1, and M170. Sorry no wagon or truck parts. We also sell new parts for the CJ5, Cj7, Wrangler YJ and TJ.
Quarter Ton & Military Restoration Parts:
6654 Lafayette RD
Chickamauga, GA 30707

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8 Comments on “M-38 Body and Vintage Parts in Chickamauga, GA **SOLD**


    How much for a M38A1, frame? Looking to have a project with my son. I met you a couple of months ago. We where in uniform with the Army.

  2. Jason Smith

    Have 1955 M38A1, looking for the following parts:

    Split windshield.
    Fuel Tank.
    Seat frames for driver, passenger and rear.
    Driver side mirror.
    soft cover frame

  3. Steve

    I am in search of an older white spoke wheel that I was told is a ‘Jackman’ which is no longer in business. it is a 15×7, 5 lug on 5.5 w/3″ back space. The back space is what makes it a Jackman. Would anybody out there have one or two? I only have three and I need the forth and maybe also the spare for my M38A1.

  4. David Eilers

    I see white spoked rims posted everyone once in a while, but I can’t say how often I’ve seen the versions you describe.

    These folks specialize in vintage rims, but I can’t say for sure if they have what you want or whether it’s a price that makes sense:

    – Dave

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