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1953 Wagon Martha’s Vineyard, MA $4000

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Tims spotted this one.

“953 Willie’s Jeep wagon 4×4
This Jeep was made for the Korean War… solid frame,,,
rebuilt motor approx 6000 miles on her,,,, Hurricaine 4 ,,,,,, solid drivetrain, no major rust mostly solid.. many new parts,,, ,,, Runs great,, 4×4 ,,, Title in hand,,,,,no pay pal or checks,,,,,,,, 4000 CASH,,,,,,,CASH,,,,,,,CASH,,, NO EXCEPTION…. need to pick it up here at my home at time of sale,,
Rare … I have all original papers since jeep was delivered ..
This car Lives on Martha’s Vineyard,,, since 1953,,, I drive it Daily,,
Buyers, this is a project Willie’s Needs love and care,,,
Will not answer E mails,,”

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4 Comments on “1953 Wagon Martha’s Vineyard, MA $4000

  1. Joe in Mesa

    Quite a survivor… especially considering the salt sea air at Martha’s Vineyard. Surprising it looks so nice being there since 1953.

  2. SE Pennsylvania Steve

    That craigslist ad photo of the back bed does show some rust.
    What does “Title Status – Rebuilt” mean?

  3. Joe in Mesa

    I wondered about that too, so I looked it up ( The current/correct term is now “reconstructed”, meaning it had a salvage and/or repairable title previously. The website says, “Title brands fall into two main categories: primary and secondary. Primary brands include Salvage, Reconstructed, Theft, Owner Retained, and Prior Owner Retained. In addition to the primary brands, secondary brands must be attached as a defining characteristic to a Title to specify, as in the case of salvage vehicles, the occurrence that caused the vehicle to be declared a total loss. A maximum of five brands may be recorded on a Title, one primary (often called the Title Type) and four secondary brands.”

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