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1942 MB Lebanon, OH **SOLD**

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UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $8500. 

Seller would prefer to sell locally.

Hood numbers match frame serial. (I have another hood who’s number match the engine’s serial(I’m keeping that one.))
New Tub in 2008.
New wiring loom in 2008.
Gets new paint every few years.
Engine rebuilt in 2010 (hardened exhaust valves installed)
Canvas seats ~2005, still in very good condition.
Transmission rebuilt in 2004, (still pops out of 2nd if it feels crabby).
I never had the original bows and have not purchased a top or new bows.
Engine runs strong, needs a new radiator core.
Running with a solex carb but I have the original carter.
Electric fan installed on radiator to make parades while pulling a trailer a little less exciting (switch is hidden in glove box.)
Extra Paint/Parts go with the vehicle (except some original parts I have hanging on the wall in my shop.

It’s been an on and off project for long number of years, I just need the space for other projects. Anymore it comes out for parades and the odd trip to get ice cream.
I’d rather not ship.
Prefer to sell “locally” so I can meet the new family.”



6 Comments on “1942 MB Lebanon, OH **SOLD**

  1. Scotty

    While I am strictly a truck and wagon guy, for now, I’d imagine it would be tough to do one of these for 8500, how correct is this, not to pick it apart, but I am clueless on flat fenders

  2. Brian Alexander

    From what I can see in this pic, looks fairly correct. The main thing is the rims. These are post war style. Should have the combat rims. There’s no windshield hold down latches.

  3. Dave Calhoun

    Rims are postwar, as are the locking front hubs. No windshield hold-down latches, and it looks like the passenger side toolbox lid may be GPW, although that could just be a trick of the light. Exhaust looks new.

  4. David Eilers

    Hi John,

    I haven’t seen it relisted on Craigslist lately. I believe it has sold. I’ll update the post.

    – Dave

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