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1942 MB/Crawler Fair Oaks, CA **SOLD**

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UPDATE:  **SOLD** Was $15,000

(12/07/2014) LOTS of updates.

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“1942 Willys-Overland – $22,000
Plain and Simple: You will not find one as clean and mechanically sound as this one. 50 caliber gun mount still there. Fully street legal and fully tagged, ready for anything you want to throw at it. Customized for Off Road, however drives great on road. Virtually every mechanical part is brand new. I have invested approximately $30,000 of which I have all the receipts for. Work was either professionally performed or brand new mechanical parts meticulously installed with new gaskets and proper torque settings. Looks great in pictures and even better in person. I am selling because I don’t have the time to use it and it is taking up needed space in garage. Stored in garage every day since ownership. It has been on the Rubicon Trail 3 times with ease, never sustaining any damage, getting stuck, or need for winch. Below is a sample of the upgrades/mods that were performed:

1974 SBC350 – about 75,000 miles on it.
(Compression solid, no leaks, starts right up every time. Larger cam and triple timing chain, Weiand Intake manifold, Billet valve covers, new short water pump, new oil pan, billet aluminum pulleys, brand new plugs, brand new sized to fit plug wires and looms, new HEI distributor assembly-timed to spec (not just cap & rotor), Holley 650 Truck Avenger carb that is designed for requirements of off road use w/brand new vacuum lines, PC925 battery w/900 CCA. QuickFlow Electric Fuel pump w/cut-out toggle on dash, brand new steel braided fuel lines with two Russell fuel filters pre/post fuel pump).

2″ square Steel frame, stretched 8″ to extend wheelbase
3 Speed TH350 with stainless braided hydraulic lines to external fin cooler
Downey adapter to T-case w/ thrush speed shifter.
Custom built drive shafts with extended throw by Sac driveline
Completely rewired with Painless fuse blocks, relays, wires and looms
New Master cylinder
New 1 ton steering gear to match high steer mod
BeCool aluminum radiator with stainless upper hose assy
100 amp alternator, driver side mounted due to space, all mounting hardware is billet aluminum
PSC power steering pump/reservoir w/aircraft rated hydraulic lines
RAM steering assist, can move/slide front of vehicle against rocks
Bilstein Long reach up front w/coil over suspension
High Steer conversion with new heims and links, rated for 1 ton.
4 link rear articulating suspension with quad Bilstein long reach shocks, no coil. limiting brackets for on road use can be removed for off road with single bolt
Goodyear 37″ Kevlar MT/R w/Eagle blacked out rims
23 Gallon fuel tank (limits need to take spare Jerry cans!)
2″ full roll cage, mounted on 2″ rock rails that are frame welded
Cloth bucket seats w/5 Pt. Safety harnesses welded to roll cage
Brand new tilt steering column and bushings
PIAA Halogen lights
10,000 lb Winch w/remote and cable run
Magnaflow mufflers
Warn rear bumper
Flawless Olive drab and emerald green paint
Many of the replaced parts will go with it.

Accessories included:
ARB Tire Deflator for airing down
Portable compressor for airing up
Smittybilt recovery kit
High lift jack
Cargo Carrier mounts to Warn receiver hitch
Pindle, D ring, Ball, and triple hook hitch
4 towing straps with strong ratchets
new black Bikini top
Diamond plated storage box

Serious inquiries only – total investment in this appx $40K, so this is a steal at this price. No Lo-ballers please.”

 

 

7 Comments on “1942 MB/Crawler Fair Oaks, CA **SOLD**

  1. Joe in Mesa

    Looks like seller served in Afghanistan: OEF = Operation Enduring Freedom.
    If you have to modify a WWII jeep, you might as well do it as nice as this one 🙂

  2. mmdeilers Post author

    The tub looks stretched in the door area. I would say it is a new tub based on the dash. It has a bump where someone could drill a hole and install a governor operator.

  3. peter

    It drives me crazy when an otherwise great Jeep has wiring with crimp connectors dangling for $20G.

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