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1943 GPW Peoria, AZ **Status Unknown**

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UPDATE: Status Unknown. Was $20,000.

The jeep doesn’t start at the moment.

“1943 Ford GPW. This jeep was completely restored (by my Grandfather), frame off, down to every nut and bolt in the 1990s and has been in the garage ever since. converter to 12v. Has a canvas top. Has some minor blemishes and a few minor spots of rust that has occurred post resort. The jeep was last driven about 2 years ago, without any driving issues or mechanical issues. The jeep has about 25 miles in the last 7 years, zero in the last 2 years. The jeep currently doesn’t want to start (engine cranks), not sure if its just gas or other. feel free to email or text any questions and i will do my best to answer.”

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2 Comments on “1943 GPW Peoria, AZ **Status Unknown**

  1. Mike Reid

    David hi I’m an old VET both Army/Air Force. I’m looking for a GPW OR MUTT for riding grandkids and doing a few parades. Every thing here says sold lol where is a good place to look?

  2. David Eilers Post author

    Hi Mike,

    Most of the jeeps on the site are sold. This site began partly as a database for me to provide links on the latest jeeps for sale and to give me a place to record and document jeeps for sale over the years (starting in 2008). In the summer of 2021 my wife and I moved to a larger property, helped her mother through the last months of her life, helped my own mother through the last months of her life, and saw my wife go through several surgeries. These life events halted my ability to do daily updates, so the number of current posts with jeeps for sale has fallen precipitously.

    Most of the jeeps I’m seeing these days are being sold through Facebook Marketplace or Facebook groups. There are a variety of MB/GPW, flat fender, vintage jeep, etc groups on Facebook. You may well find what are you looking for there. The page,, Craigslist, and ebay are also places where you’ll find them.

    As for M-151s, I don’t know this niche as well. There is likely a group (or several) on FB where you can find them. This is a newer website that might be helpful: … there are also some for sale here:

    I hope that info helps in your search. Best of luck!

    – Dave

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