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1975 HJ-38 Mitsubishi Wagon Kent, Wa **Status Unknown**

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UPDATE:  **Status Unknown** Was $5000.

(04/23/2012) George of George the Jeep had this for sale.

“We call her JJ (stands for Japanese Jeep) is a 1975 HJ-38. The ID tag that is on the firewall reads “Manufactured in JAPAN by Mitsubishi Motors Corporation Under License From Jeep Corporation U.S.A. We found this treasure in Montana a few years ago and decided that we just had to have it. She has a 4cyl Mitsubishi gas engine, a 4 speed column shift transmission with a 2 speed transfercase. She has a 44 offset rearend (same as wagoneer quadra-trac), 30 series closed knuckle front end. She is a right hand drive and even has fractory AIR. She is a 4 door with Barn doors on the rear. The grille is the same as a CJ3B except with a Mitsubishi logo and instead of turn signals it has a place for the horns.. The hood is the same as a CJ3B except it says JEEP instead of WILLYS. She does need a new paint job but other then that she looks pretty good. Infact she even has the factory plastic still over the bench part of the back seat. As far as we know she is the only 4 door in the United States. Runs and Does need brakes but they will be fixed when you pick her up”


5 Comments on “1975 HJ-38 Mitsubishi Wagon Kent, Wa **Status Unknown**

  1. Colin

    The rear portion of the body looks like the modifications made for the Hy-Rail Jeeps. I like the CJ3B front end!

  2. Mike Finegan

    Although a very interesting wagon, I’ve seen others like this on eBay. The one thing that does interest me is the description; note how many times the word “she” is used. I enjoy my Willys vehicles, but I have never assigned them a “gender”. To me this is just weird.

  3. Steve E.

    This looks like the one I saw at the Puyallup Swap Meet a few weeks ago. It’s got to be the same one. I’ve never seen one in person until then. It would be unique to have after the rust was repaired.

    **Steve E.**

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