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1943 MB Cincinnati, OH $25,000


I wonder what the dealer considers fair?

“1943 Willys Jeep – NO FAIR OFFER IS REFUSED! – $25000 (+ Cincinnati Auto Wholesale)”

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7 Comments on “1943 MB Cincinnati, OH $25,000

  1. Craig in ME

    Agree with others, not a restoration worthy of that amount. No fuel filter, missing military charging system (look at regulator), wrong horn, no side exhaust…check out those incorrect brass w/s catches too….would only be on earlier ’41-’42 jeeps. No inner fender supports for the correct regulator. A decent useable ‘motorpool’ build, but not at that price!

  2. Carl

    I thought Frank & Jesse were dead. This dealer is out of his mind on the price. Note the preceding comments. Does the word ” shyster ” come to mind,but as P.T. Barnum said, there is a sucker born every minute. I did make an offer on this unit a few weeks ago and pointed out some of the justification for my offer. I received a reply that said ” We received your offer and thanks for “talking it down” but the jeep is sold. So we are dealing with a smart ass dealer. The unit is obviously still available and will be for some time at that asking price. You have to wonder if they ever research prices on line?

  3. David Eilers Post author


    I suspect they look at a few high prices online and conclude their jeep is just as good, so they price it equally high. I figure it’s their jeep to price wildly high and, thus, theirs to keep until their pricing drops to a reasonable amount.

  4. Ray

    I sure would like to know what the dealer is smoking as he surly has no clue as to what’s it worth!

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