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1954? MB? Canon City, CO **SOLD**

• CATEGORIES: MB, trailer

UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $2000.

(12/01/2016) Includes a trailer that is half GPW and Half CJ-5.

“1944 Willys Jeep Does Not Run, The Old Warn overdrive unit went out 2yrs ago. The Boss 302 Mustang Cobra engine was solid when overdrive unit went. Has a T18 Transfer case, Dana Adaptor, and Transmission. It has been sitting covered for 2yrs. Body is in good shape( some rust),33″ Tires, Pintle hitch, winch, bucket seats, Bikini top and doors. The trailer is a unique oddity, 2 Willys jeeps welded together. I was in the process of restoring, decided to sell, has surface rust. You will not find another trailer like it. No trades, cash only. Feel free to call for questions. Great off road package!! Sold as a package!”

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3 Comments on “1954? MB? Canon City, CO **SOLD**

  1. Mark S.

    I assume on the trailer, that the fender well toolbox of the CJ-5 body was added, I have never seen one, looks like a nice installation. I wonder what the reason for eliminating those toolboxes on post WWII jeeps was, expense, rust, weight?

  2. Joe in Mesa

    This posting has been deleted by its author. Looks like it sold… surprised it lasted this long: good price! GPW parts value alone made these worth the asking price…

  3. David Eilers Post author

    Thanks Joe.

    Mark: It’s a good question. I don’t know the answer offhand. Maybe they found that the boxes weren’t really used all that often and it made more sense to put one under the passenger?

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