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1942 GPW Phoenix, AZ $18,500

• CATEGORIES: MB

UPDATE: Still Available.

Adam pointed out that there are pics of this from years ago and one shows this may have four wheel steer: http://www.ewillys.com/2007/06/27/1942-gpw-4-wheel-steer-prescott-valley-az-17000/

It’s missing some gauges and lacks data plates on the glove box. Seller claims it was the first prototype for the Air Force??? Appears to have GPW lids.

https://phoenix.craigslist.org/nph/cto/d/1942-jeep-willys/6749450101.html

“1942 original Jeep Willys was in the second war first prototype for the Air Force. The engine was rebuilding. 178 miles”

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8 Comments on “1942 GPW Phoenix, AZ $18,500

  1. Craig in ME

    Ahh, what to say…again. Only thing prototype on that may be the tires. A ‘bubba’d’ jeep to be sure. Top a wee bit small? This is not an $18k jeep.

  2. Craig in ME

    Ahh, what to say…again. Only thing prototype on that may be the tires. A ‘bubba’d’ jeep to be sure. Top a wee bit small? This is not an $18k jeep.

  3. MATT

    ’42 would’ve had a script tub. (repaired?) Maybe an Agri-Jeep tribute?? Somebody get Fred Caldwell on the horn…

  4. Steve Kreisher

    For $18,500 and such a rare find, I would have to think they would have put a little more effort and description on the rareness, the 4 wheel steering. I would say as said above, the red flag is flying for “buyer beware”. Also, with those radical tread tires combined with the 4 wheel steer, it would not be a ‘comfortable ride’ and maybe a safety hazard in a turn. “Riders beware too”.

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