No description provided. Might be worth a look.
UPDATE: Still Available.
(12/05/2015) Engine isn’t running correctly. ”
“1952 willy’s jeep small block 350 top loader 4 speed blow proof housing timing is off and the clutch is stuck needs battery 16 gallon fuel cell Dana 44 front and rear 31 inch tires 95% tread”
This was posted over at warjeeps.com.
“Military Jeep 1952 M38 Willys w/M100 Strick Trailer
Serial # MC62418, Hood # 20909755, Engine # RMC107177
This is a near original, excellent parade quality Korean war M-38 and M100 Strick jeep & trailer that can be driven (or towed) anywhere.
I purchased the Jeep and crate engine in 1969 or 1970. The engine has less than 2000 miles on it and the jeep has been towed @ 7000 miles. Includes top and rare fold up doors with side curtains.(doors need recovering) Includes many spare and rebuildable parts, parts and repair manuals.
MANUALS very rare!
Included are “ORIGINAL” Army issue manuals: OR6D 8 SNL G-740, group G Field and Depot Maintenance Allowances; ORD 9 SNL G740, group G All Service Parts; TM 9 8014, Operation Organizational Maintenance (For M38A1, but is 90% accurate for M38); LO 9-8012 Lubrication Chart(Laminated), and the new Ryan K. Miller’s M38 Reference guide (the bible).
UPDATE: Price dropped to $3000.
(11/05/2016) Looks pretty straight. Will need work.
“This 1955 Jeep is a US Army M38A1. It has been switched over to a 12V system. It has an canvas top just like what would have been put on it in the 50’s. I was in the process of restoring it but rain out of resource to get the job done. It comes with several new parts and even has the original manual. Cash and pickup only. I will not work with a shipping company.”
UPDATE: Still Available.
(05/31/2016) Looks in good shape.
“Just starting to find a home for this classic. Arizona tags til 2020
1952 with a 1970? buick v6 t9 trans
Unusual driver’s step and a few other custom elements.
“Rebuilt, Runs, New Top, Sides, and Door. Heavy Duty Roll Bar, extra off road tires, military tires and wheels with deer carrier.”
“Near perfect condition”? … that seems a stretch. Note the diamond plate in the rear and the lack of indents on the passenger side (filled in or beaten out).
“I have a 1951 Army Willis Jeep for sale. It runs and drives, just needs a hot battery. It also comes with it’s on personal trailer to haul it on. Asking $4500 Please text or email. Serious offers only. I am willing to trade for a Chevy C10 truck or a pontoon boat. I will boot the difference if need be. This jeep is in near perfect condition.”
Needs work. Has an interesting winch.
“1953 Willys M38A1. Looking for a good home for a restoration project. In great condition. No title, bill of sales only”
UPDATE: Price dropped to $6500.
(12/26/2016) Looks like it has potential.
“1950 Willys Jeep M38 for sale. Jeep is all original and unrestored.
New tires and tubes
New wheel cylinders
New master cylinder
12 volt conversion
The Jeep runs and drives. Could use another brake bleed. This Jeep came from Korea. He was a pilot that imported it after the war.”
Seller has other military vehicles and items for sale, too.
“I am selling my Willys M38 Jeep that was finished as a MB clone. This 1952 military jeep was built for the Korean war and is a true military jeep, but this one has the MB grille/bucket lights and older style windshield added.
Many new parts. The Willys runs and drives well and is parade ready. No oil leaks to speak of. Maybe one or two drips at the most. I drive this jeep every other day to the store and everybody honks and waves. This is a great jeep for you to have fun with the kids and grandkids as it has all the safety upgrades, such as blinkers, tail lights, seat belts, head lights, black out lights, and horn.
This jeep starts every time winter or summer. 4×4 works as it should. Not perfect, but ready to drive and have fun with. It cruises about 40 mph. The speedometer reads about 8 mph too fast so you’ll think you’re driving 48 mph! Clean Kansas Title.
If you arrange shipping, I can drive it to a local car dealership if needed. Buyer arranges all the shipping and pays the costs. Jeep will not be released until all money is received and cash is in the bank. I am also open to taking a $1,000 down payment and then the rest of the payment on pickup. Throw me a note before buying it out and we can figure it out. – See more at: http://www.warjeeps.com/mjs/sale17/adm011/adm011.html#sthash.9lVRpkBG.dpuf ”
Listed as a 1947 CJ-2A, it looks like an M-38.
“I have a 1947 Willys CJ2A military style jeep with a 1970 motor. Runs great. Four wheel drive works great too. New carburetor. Has rust but what do you expect from a 1947. Open to trades and offers.”
UPDATE: Still Available.
(12/07/2016) Looks to have an M-38 grille, but I can’t tell if there is a battery box lid and the windshield is wrong.
“Runs great and drives need some tlc but is all there looks cool ”
Might make an pretty easy restoration.
“1958 Jeep Willys M38 4×4 Fun to drive all original military vehicle $3,500 obo”
A pretty rare late model Canadian M-38A1. Engine looks good, but needs body work at the ver least.
“Selling a 1970 m38a1 CDN 3 military Jeep. I bought it last year to fix up but I have too many projects. It runs good. It will need batteries, fuel tank repaired, body work all the way around. It needs the front passenger side axle shaft replaced as well. The frame is good, needs the rear cross member. Includes the soft top hard ware and metal pieces for doors and side curtains. Comes with a set of nice fenders from a DJ. I have the front seats also. Sold with a bill of sale only as VT does not title vehicles over 15 years old. Located in Colchester, VT. I can get it loaded on your trailer. Cash only, no trades.”
Nice looking M-38A1.
“1955 Military Jeep. This is a communications model jeep, which has an overdrive transmission. The jeep was restored a few years ago, and the only part of the jeep that is not correct is the rims and tires. They were changed out for a more comfortable ride on the pavement. I do not have the original rims and tires anymore. The jeep runs and looks great. $15,000 OBO. Serious inquires only, and no brokers please. Clean Title and ready to go.”
It’s listed as a 1950, so might be a 1960?
“Korean War Era Willys M38A1 Jeep
Perfect for hunters and collectors
Doors and extra carburetor included”
The tub has never been assembled.
“or sale is an M38 tub, It has NEVER been assembled. I am unsure of the year and it has no title but the tub number is 381101254. We did somewhat assemble it for picture purposes. The fenders, hood, grill, windshield frame, and a tailgate (that was still in the factory cellophane) are NOS and not reproduction. We sat the tub on a used frame that I have been told is an M38 frame, but am not certain. The frame is in very rough condition and has no engine but has transmission, axles, tires, machine gun mount etc. It also comes with 3 engines/transmission set ups that have never been started. I dont think they are the correct engines for this jeep and they have sat outside for sometime and will need work. One of the engine/transmission combos is 100 percent compete and the other two are missing some odd and end parts. Comes with 6 new OEM tires already mounted on rims and a bunch of seat pads that are in great shape! 4,200 firm. You wont find another tub in this good of shape!! Located in Jacksonville, NC”
I don’t know what the usually run.
“1953 Jeep M38A1 body tub kit. Includes tub, fenders, hood and windscreen. All sandblasted, primed and painted the correct Korean War Green. Windscreen has new glass and new correct weather strip. Some extras include body reflectors, seat brackets front and rear, firewall cover plugs and more. More pictures available. ”
Looks like a good project.
“1951 M38 Willys Jeep
Last Model for the Military Flat Fenders
Great Restoration Candidate
*** All Major Items are here ***
Floors and Tub have no serious rust or rot
One of the best original M-38 tubs we’ve seen
Jeep Rolls easily
Engine turns by hand
Engine Serial Number is RJ293937*
Engine Casting Number is 804380
*RJ indicates a remanufactured engine
This Jeep comes with a Tennessee Title from 1971
Title shows VIN as RMC 83 810, No SN or Military Data Plates
Please See All Photos and ask any questions.
Photos are considered a valid critical part of the description ”
Craig spotted this one.
“good for restro or parts,sorry no title,motor stuck but had no time to play with it,frame seems solid,has 3 correct 16″ rims,1 is a 15″ rim,please call phone only”
UPDATE: Still Available.
(05/29/2015) Has some rust.
“1952 USMC version. Running condition and partial rebuilt. Own a piece of military history made in America. I personalized this to Olive Drab like the Army Jeeps, but the true USMC version is painted in Mountain Green, which is just a dark green color. With some minor work, you can have this ready for the July 4th parade or just a weekend vehicle to show off.
Has some rust.
“1952 Jeep Military M38 motor was rebuilt by professional rebuilder. This jeep has all it parts but need restoration, has not run in while. I’m asking 4,300 as is where it is. the drive tran is complete and was working when parked. this is great restoration project I don’t have the time”
There appears to be value here.
“1953 Willis jeep with trailer. Trailer was made in 1964. Bill of sale only. I am told these did not have titles. I do not know but do know there is an antique tag on it. I saved this from going in the scrap yard. I am retired military and thought this would be a fun project. I have too many projects. The motor turns over with boost. Not firing. Overall needs tlc but oh what fun it would be running. This would never get stuck”
There are four different vehicles. I believe they are being sold as a lot.
“I have several jeeps and many parts, I have running driving jeep CJ7 has rebuilt 258 straight 6, and 3 speed. tub is in very good condition, has new brakes all around, new ignition, new coil, distributor, alt, and fuel pump, this was a military surplus vehicle as is all of the jeeps I have. I have a 1946 CJ2a, 1967 CJ5 Army MP, and a M151A1 Mutt. I have some pictures and will get more as I can. I have 2 military trailers I think they are m416 but I will look for the plates. Call or text if interested in any or want more info.”
Listed as a CJ-3A, it appears to be an M-38.
“”1952″ CJ3A $16,000 OBO
1. One of a kind Restored
2. Original 4 cylinder engine (machined & Balanced) with only 62 Hrs, about 2,200 hundred miles.
3. Beautiful teakwood instrument panel & i phone shelf with a great selection of songs, (my stereo).
4. Air shock on the rear.
5. Great custom made upholstery and Bikini roof.
6. Electric wind shield wiper.
7. Engine valve seats was hard suffused so you can use a higher octane gas.
8. there are many more improvement made
Every time I go anywhere I get complements, thumbs up,nice ride etc.
I had a stroke in October, 2015 and was paralyzed on my right side, so I have to sell my jeep, pickum up truck, bicycle, and scooter.
The jeep has a lot of accessories, ball hitch on the front, tail lights with break lights and turning signals, everything you need when towing behind your vehicle, or RV and a assortment of tools”