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1952 M-38 Dacula, GA $10,000


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“This Jeep does not have a title. It will be sold with a bill of sale only. Don’t read any further if you can’t deal with buying it on a bill of sale only. Getting a title is possible through a title company or through the DMV in your state once you purchase it depending on the laws in your state. A title is not required to register this in GA.

This is a running and driving 1952 M38. It was pretty much unmolested when I rescued it from a farm in North Carolina. I replaced all the missing parts and corrected some of the civilianized stuff.
It has original body tub and all sheet metal and original drive train. Engine runs strong but smokes a little. New Solex carburetor, wiring, lights, brakes, battery, alternator, gauges (not all working) and electric wiring. Misc. body hardware new and new gas tank. Original seat frames sand blasted and painted with new canvas. Older original canvas top. New windshield. All fluids checked and replaced. New brakes all four wheels. Picture on trailer is when I got it a while back. . Other pictures are current.”


3 Comments on “1952 M-38 Dacula, GA $10,000

  1. Clem

    Looks nice, I wonder why he used MUTT wheels ? makes the track narrower. Notice how the front hubs stick out more. ($10,000)

  2. David Eilers Post author


    I’m not sure why folks put the M-151 wheels on CJs, but I figure it’s most likely because they have them around??

    – Dave

  3. JW

    Easy fix. Looks pretty original otherwise. My question is, will CJ wheel work in place of MUTT wheels on a M416 trailer?

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