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1955 M-38A1 Watertown, NY $12,500


Looks solid.

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“This 1955 Willys M38A1 is finished in green and black, the vehicle is powered by the original 134 cubic inch F134 inline four-cylinder engine with a rebuilt T90 three speed manual transmission and a two-speed transfer case. Additional equipment includes a bikini top, a canvas top, doors, side panels, rear-mounted jerry can and spare tire, manually locking front hubs, and 16-inch steel wheels. The Jeep has a BDS Suspension 2” lift with 7.50×16 Deestone bias-ply tires. For additional safety, a roll bar and seat belts were installed.

The interior features front bucket seats and a rear bench seat with new canvas and seat foam. The rear seat is removable and shows the original Strata Blue paint. The dash was rebuilt using NOS sheet metal and has new gauges, switches, and USB charging ports. A 67 Designs rail system was installed to hold electronic devices while on the go. The original brass data plates are still in place on the dash under the passenger side grab handle. A new wiring harness was installed one year ago, and all accessories are wired through a fuse panel. Electric wiper motors were also installed.

The engine has a Pertronix electronic ignition, rebuilt carburetor, new fuel lines, and a new fuel tank. The valve stem seals were recently replaced, and a valve adjustment was completed at that time.

Unique features include a rear mounted fog light, and an LED work light replaces what would have been a black-out light on the front fender. The vehicle is also equipped with a siren.”


One comment on “1955 M-38A1 Watertown, NY $12,500

  1. JohnB

    That it has some original Air Force paint on it makes sense…there were three (now closed) Air Force bases in the area, Griffiss and Plattsburgh in NY and Pease in NH….plus various Air Guard units.

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