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1954 M-38A1 Providence, RI **SOLD**

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UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $9000.

Tim’s got this M-38A1 and Trailer for sale.

“1954 M38A1 WILLYS JEEP & TRAILER COMBO FOR SALE: $9,000, OR JEEP: $8500 & Trailer: $1000

*Jeep rebuilt in 2015, body off frame, frame and body sandblasted then primed and painted, runs good, currently registered in Rhode Island (no titles in RI for vehicles this old, BUT I can provide copy of current RI reg and bill of sale) driven weekly, NEVER driven in snow/salt or on beach since rebuild, always stored in garage

*4 cylinder F-head, 12 volt, electronic ignition, heater (not original), new head gasket/head shaved, in 2016, new canvas front seat covers/cushions Beachwood Canvas

*jeep has an early civilian CJ5 cowl/hood, fuel tank & carb, homemade rear seat (just being honest), Dual-Matic lockout hubs

*black steel 1/2 cab with steel doors in good shape, windows work, and comes with new top bows and bow hardware for a canvas top (no canvas)

*5000 lb winch, on 2″ tube, wired for, and mounts front or rear, and the rear has a fabricated 2″ bolt on receiver (and will come with pintle hitch mount), front bumper also has 2″ receiver

*miscellaneous extras come with jeep too
*trailer: early 1950’s civilian, round fenders, true 4′ X 6′ bed (which fits an ATV), amateur restoration in 2016, 2″ ball mount, 2″ X 6″ oak side rails, canvas cover

*Reason for selling: ready for a new challenge, like a flat fender Willys”

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7 Comments on “1954 M-38A1 Providence, RI **SOLD**

  1. Tim

    I’m the owner, and I’m pretty certain its not homemade, though the 2″ hitch I added is not original. It does have military style landing leg in the front, I couldn’t find a data plate, but I had it narrowed down to possibly two different civilian manufacturers, based on the hundreds of pictures I searched through online. One was Willys and the other Converto. I am certain it is not military. It was very solid when I started working on it, with no rust through anywhere. It may have been fire-jeep trailer as it was red underneath the outer layer of paint with yellow pin striping.

  2. Tim

    Also…I did fabricate light buckets and license plate holder. I believe originally it only had a light on one side.

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