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1950 M-38 JeepRod Broken Arrow, OK **SOLD**?


UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $26,999.

Chad spotted this tame looking M-38 with a 5.3L LS engine.

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Selling a 1950 Willys M38 Korean War era Army Jeep. Recently finished the frame off restoration. This vehicle has approximately 2000 miles on it. All reasonable offers considered. This Jeep is like new. It runs great and it’s a lot of fun to drive. It gets a lot of attention and thumbs up driving down the road.

– New windshield frame
– New glass
– New seat frames
– New seat cushions
– Saginaw power steering upgrade. New steering box with Advance Adapters steering kit.
– New 16″ steel wheels
– New radial all-terrain tires
– Four wheel disc brake upgrade
– New master cylinder
– New brake lines
– T90 transmission rebuilt with Novak’s mast rebuild kit
– T18 transfercase rebuilt with Novak’s master rebuild kit
– Freshly rebuilt 5.3L LS engine. New cam bearings, new main bearings, new oil pump, Comp Cams mild cam, new push rods, LS3 intake and fuel rail, all accessories are new.
– New Hood
– New tailgate
– New Jerry can mount
– New Jerry can with storage inside
– New front bumper
– New pioneer tools
– Dakota Digital gauges
– Yellow top battery
– New wiring harness with turn signals
– New gas tank
– Aeromotive 340 stealth in-tank fuel pump
– New side mirror
– Northern performance aluminum radiator
– Spal electric fan
– New stronger driveshafts
– New seatbelts


8 Comments on “1950 M-38 JeepRod Broken Arrow, OK **SOLD**?

  1. Mike W


    The Link to C/L for this one is for a different jeep not this M-38. Just a Heads up.

  2. Joe in Mesa

    I searched through Tulsa OK listings (closest major city to Broken Arrow) on CraigsList and couldn’t find this. It sure is impressive; professionally done… Wow!

  3. Chuck

    Very seldom, if ever, do I think one of these flatties priced over $20,000 is actually worth it – I’m going to have to make an exception for this one! “Willys” valve covers – nice touch.

  4. Mike W

    Try completely Restoring a CJV35/U and get back to me about them not being worth 20K. Quadruple that for mine. But agreed this is a nicely done Jeep, although as a purist Military Guy i don’t like to see any Military Jeep Civilianized……

  5. Chuck

    I hear you loud and clear. However very seldom does one recoupe their money from a labor of love. Most times they are paying for their restoration projects and receiving the majority of their dividends in the form of enjoyment.

  6. David Eilers Post author

    Oops. I was pretty tired last night so I am not shocked I made an error. Will get that fixed shortly. Thanks!

  7. David Eilers Post author

    Thanks Chad. It seems I managed not to fix the link despite Mike’s helpful note (aww, life on the road). I’ve marked it sold until I learn more.

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