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1942 GPW Mason, TX **SOLD**

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UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $24,500.

“My name is Chris Dyer and I’m a 20 yr retired Marine. Found this March 29, 1942 Ford GPW Jeep out on a ranch here in Mason,TX some 12 yrs ago. Bought and restored to a point with my son Nic. We use it for parades and funerals mostly. But as we are moving on in different directions now,figured it is time to sell. The frame and glove plates match. The engine block has a Sept 1944 replacement plate from the Army depot in Texarkanas. Has a standard canopy for it as well. Still has a couple of the “F” stamped bolts throughout and on other parts. Was converted to 12v before I got it. The Texas sun has faded the paint and seat covers. Believe the flywheel is missing a couple teeth but it normally starts right up. It is the real deal. Plate # 9428, one of the 1st 10,000 Ford Jeeps assembled. Worn hard, runs great. Few this old and still running. Here are some resent pic’s. Asking $24,500.00 obo (serious offers only).”






One comment on “1942 GPW Mason, TX **SOLD**

  1. Joe in Mesa

    Is that a coolant overflow or windshield washer fluid tank in the engine bay?
    This appears nice enough but looks like the sides have been “skinned”, leaving no drivers side tool indents (key to the WWII jeep look). For this price point I would expect combat rims. Also unique is the way the front bumper is boxed and what appears to be a fuel inlet on the passenger side: hmmm. I love the mermite can :-)!

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