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1953 M-38A1 & Trailer Stockton, IA **SOLD**

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Update: **sold** was $14,500.

Jeep and trailer in good shape.

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“Real Willys 1953 M38A1 had been fully restored several years ago keeping true to originality.

All the lights work . Original 24 volt.

1967 Stevens trailer restored last 5 years, new paint,tires and brakes, lights and wiring. EXCELLENT Restored like a new one

Underneath is excellent. I do drive it and I take it in the woods in 4 wheel drive.

14,500 for both. OFFERS If you can’t take the time to see it don’t bother. No low ball offers- won’t sell the trailer first. Will remove add when sold. I am a private collector, purchased 4 years ago from an Army Vet who owned it about 20 years. He specially lettered this vehicle in tribute to his fallen friend. Selling as is No warranty. Located 6 miles West of Blue Grass.”


2 Comments on “1953 M-38A1 & Trailer Stockton, IA **SOLD**

  1. Ashley

    This Jeep caught my eye looking for a 1952 M38A1. My first car was my father’s M38A1 he purchased in Iwakuni, Japan from the Seabees. I’m retired now and looking for something similar in memory of my father. The engine compartment looks mint, but something caught my eye. Why is the 2nd fan belt not there?

  2. David Eilers Post author

    Hi Ashley,

    It does appear the generator can accommodate a second belt, but in the setup on this Jeep I can’t think why a second belt would be needed. In this case, the crankshaft only needs to drive the waterpump/fan and generator (unless I am missing something?).

    It looks like this combo has sold. I have updated the post.

    – Dave

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