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1942 GPW Antelope Valley, CA No Price

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This was reconditioned by the Moore Company. There were 2,443 jeeps done by them. It has since gone through other alterations.

“Here is a rare 1942 Ford flat fender. It is running, not the original engine (Chevy 6 cylinder). It has the badges from the military stating it has been reconditioned to be used by civilians! Please email me with a reasonable offer as I will have to drive it an hour for you to see in person. I will only respond to emails.”

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2 Comments on “1942 GPW Antelope Valley, CA No Price

  1. Joe in Mesa

    Dave, while it was reconditioned, that would have been for continued military use, not civilian use, right??
    Pretty interesting WWII jeep… but I’m not sure I understand the comment, “I will have to drive it an hour for you to see in person.”

  2. David Eilers Post author

    Correct. As I understand it, the vehicles reconditioned in America were for the military, which is why the program was shut down at the end of WWII.

    May be the seller meant he would have to drive an hour to show the jeep?

    – D

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