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1945 MB Phoenix, AZ **Sold**

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UPDATE: **Sold** Was $11,500

“Make an offer, motivated to sell.
– original body – hat channels need work
– Willys war engine – good compression,does not knock or smoke, recently replaced main bearing seal
– T-84 transmission – no shifting issues, recently replaced 1st/reverse gear and put new gasket
– 539s carb – recently rebuilt
– camo over paint 33070
– original leaf springs
– original registration number
– front bumper with oak reinforcement
– NOS desert surge tank
– new canvas top
– a pamphlet bag on the back of the passenger seat to hold the manuals
– manuals are in an original ordnance bag, they are an original /tM-803, repo 9-1803 A, 9-1803B
– original jack
– original dash mounted first aid kit
– Converted to 12 volt system
– 12 Volt Sparton Horn
– all gauges on dash work
– new fuel tank sending unit with Ohms matching gauge
– Rare 12 volt blackout light on driver side fender
– Electric windshield wipers
– fire extinguisher (driver side)
– decontaminator (under passenger seat)
– radio suppression box
– tire pump under rear seat
– oil can carrier along with original oil can under the hood
– rifle rack
– non-comabt 15″ steel rims with new 700-15 NDC tires
– original transfer case – leaks some oil”

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6 Comments on “1945 MB Phoenix, AZ **Sold**

  1. Joe in Mesa

    Tire pump doesn’t look correctly mounted. Anyone want to comment on this? I’m about to mount mine, involving welding one bracket and drilling/welding a stud for the other… I’d like to get it right so I’ve taken pics of other allegedly-correct ones, and none were like this. Hmmmmm

    HELP?!

  2. Joe in Mesa

    Thanks, Brian! Great resource… I’ve used the pics on the ’42 GPW in Australia from jeepdraw before but never saw this New Zealand jeep nor the pump reference photos. I’m bookmarking that site 😀

  3. Brian

    Jeepdraw has a lot of good info on the ww2 jeeps. The colors section has a lot of good info on colors used for each one and what time periods the different parts were used.

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