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1952 M-38A1 Brush Jeep Hilton Head, SC $13,900

• CATEGORIES: Fire/Police/Industry Vehicles, M-38A1 • TAGS: .

UPDATE: Still Available.

(10/05/2017) Ted spotted this nice looking Fire Pumper Brush jeep on Hemmings.

https://www.hemmings.com/classifieds/cars-for-sale/jeep/cj5/1820774.html

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“1952 Willys Jeep/ M38A1 (former Military/early CJ) converted to Brush Fire pumper somewhere along the way. I don’t have much history on this vehicle. But, Drives great, pump disconnected for now, but does work. New Paint 2 years ago. (NOTE; PHOTOS SHOW FORMER UPPER HOSE TRAY, HOSE REEL AND TANK WHICH HAVE BEEN REMOVED AND SCRAPPED, REPLACED WITH SECOND SEAT IN REAR WITH MATCHING FRONT SEAT UPHOLSTERY) Now a GREAT truck for parades with the family, cruising the beach, hills, or wherever. Fits in any garage!

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Other details; Original 4 cyl Willys engine, transmission (3spd) high/ low range, 4 WD (though I’ve never locked front axles, all instruments work along with all electrical working. New exhaust about 8 yrs. ago, New Military tires about 5 yrs. ago. Truck needs nothing except some TLC.

History; I’m about the 3rd owner, purchased about 10 years ago from FF in CT. who purchased it from person in PA. As mentioned, definitely a former military M38A1 that was retrofitted as a fire pumper. Some base yellow paint on frame may point to it serving on air base or carrier? No other history known.

Reason for selling; the toybox is too full….

 

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