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1954 M-38A1 Flower Mound, TX **SOLD**

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UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $7000.

I assume the wires sticking out of the battery box was a temporary thing related to getting the jeep going. It looks solid.

“1954 Willys M38A1, original 24v, 4 cylinder. Military tires, roof believed to be original and in good condition (no rips/tears). Fording kit, heater, military 24v charging port installed. OEM Brass Fire Ext. All canvas including front radiator cover for winter. Some of the door/ side curtain fastener stays have started to pull through.

Inherited this from my father who owned it 10-12 years, I was probably the last person to drive it 2009-2010. Started working on getting it running again, cleaned fuel system, new carb, new starter. Start and runs, with a miss, not sure why. Need to get this moved to finish the garage it’s in.”

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9 Comments on “1954 M-38A1 Flower Mound, TX **SOLD**

  1. Buz

    Wow. That’s my old jeep, sold it about 1987. Does look a little worse for wear, but was a nice solid jeep years ago. Wonder how it ended up in Texas.

  2. David Eilers Post author

    Hi Joe,

    This is no longer on craigslist. I don’t know if it sold or not. I’ve updated the post. If I see it relisted, I will drop you an email.

    – Dave

  3. Paul

    Hi everyone,
    Looks like this jeep made it to England!, I bought it about 8 months ago from a dealer who imported it from Texas and done a little work on it and have been running around the Manchester area ever since. As with all old vehicles they need a bit of tlc but its been running great ever since, proud of the Willy’s brand and its history , Id love to know more of it former life if anyone can enlighten me, best wishes

    Paul

  4. David Eilers Post author

    Hi Paul,

    Congrats on the purchase and successful shipping (the shipping can be a bit nerve-racking … a friend from lost a container load of jeep parts while shipping them overseas from the US a few years ago).

    Buz may be able to help you out with some history. Have fun with it! And, have a Happy New Year!

    – Dave

  5. Paul

    Thanks Dave,
    I hope Buz does read this and can give me some past history on the jeep. It would be great to research it more, I think the person I bought it from did all the hard work and hassle getting it over! . Thanks for your reply Dave have a happy new year!

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