Includes a winch. The hubcaps give this jeep a vintage feel.
“Runs great everything works well. It has the original 4 cylinder engine. It has a clean tile and is registered. Model number M38A1. The wench is super nice. Contact Jason for anymore questions. I can deliver the jeep to you for your convenience for an extra fee.”
Frozen Chosun seems a good name. Pun or misspelling?
“This Korean War historic military vehicle is parade and show ready. Has all new body tub and components with correct olive drab paint, new military tires, canvas top and seats, new seat frames. Rebuilt engine with new accessories, 12 volt electrical system with military wiring harnesses and turn signals. Comes with tow bar, pioneer tools and military tech manuals. Open to offers.”
Looks in good shape.
“1951 Wilys M38 Jeep
*-24 vdc system
*-Waterproof Plugs & Carb
*-Top and Seat Covers look brand new.
*-Two new batteries
Serious Buyers Only Please-
Estimated value – $12K — $15K .”
No pics provided.
“Runs drives restored 10 years ago some small issues. Serious inquiries only. Cash in person. Or at bank. ”
Includes a Warn overdrive.
“1951 Willys M38 project. No engine. Twin-stick transfer case, Warn overdrive unit. Brand new Rancho suspension. Tires are old but have almost no miles on them. I have the headlight buckets and trim also. This jeep is going to require a lot of work to put together. I bit off more than I can handle. I bought it from a junk yard, so there isn’t a title until it gets put together and inspected by the highway patrol.
This jeep had a carbureted 302 in it when I bought it, so that’s what the motor mounts are. I bought a fuel injected 302 to put in it, but never did. ”
UPDATE: Seller has a 2A windshield on this and now has a 3A windshield. It has an unusual PTO setup on the rear.
“1952 Willys M38 for sale.
It has the rare original, factory front and rear twin stick PTO system.
Seats are in very good condition, it’s been converted to 12 volt.
No rust, original tub is in great condition, runs great, just needs master cylinder(which is included).
The Willys is an original western, dry, no salt vehicle.
I also have spare parts that are included such as windshield frames, new wiring harness, headlight guards, new brake cylinders, new gas tank, as well as many other new and original parts.
It has all of the original data plates mounted on the dash.
No current CT title, just a bill of sale will be provided to the buyer.”
Doug’s got this nice M-38 for sale.
“Korean War era and early Vietnam War, last of the flat-fender jeeps. This is the military version of the CJ3A. This jeep was only produced for three years. Completely restored, rust cut out and replaced. Everything cleaned, sandblasted, or replaced, as close to original as I could get. Many original parts were used. Jeep has 21,000 original miles. Runs and drives great. Many years ago, was used for Civil Air Patrol at Cleveland Air Force Base, was painted blue, but I stripped off the old paint and re-painted. New leaf springs, original 24-volt system. New wiring harness from Vintage Wiring of Maine. Top and seat covers by Beachwood Canvas, seats have springs. The jeep is ready for whatever you want to do with it.
I’m working on a 1952 Strick M100 Trailer which will be ready soon. Trailer will have new floor, shocks, tires, canvas cover, and wiring harness. I will sell this trailer with jeep or by itself. I only have trailer restoration pictures right now.
Asking $16,000 for the jeep. Jeep and trailer $18,000. Trailer separate will be $2,500.”
UPDATE: Price dropped to $3500
(04/08/2015) Has updated engine.
“What I have here is an old antique Army Jeep. It is a Willys M 38. It has all the military data plates on the dash. It has an unusual Military hard top with the data plate on it. It is called the Artic top. Somebody converted it to a 6 cyl Chevy engine. It it runs good. 4 Wheel drive works as it should. It has no breaks. Left rear brake line is leaking. I bought this with the intensions of restoring it. But I have to many projects and not enough time. If you are reading this then it’s still for sale. Please include a phone # and the subject matter to weed out the spam.”
Looks like a good price.
“For sale. 1950 m38 Jeep (cj3a). Flathead 4 cyl engine. 3 speed trans. New tires. Ready to go. I have just installed a brand new gear reduction starter, I should have done this sooner, it is awesome. New 12 volt system, drive it anywhere (at 45 to 50 mph-top speed). Street legal. Tagged and insured. ”
If the winch is included, this could be a great deal for the right person.
“2 Jeeps For Sale 1 is a 1951 M38A1 and other 1 is a 1952 or 53 M38A1. the white one is taken apart as i was going to put Jeep Wagoner axles under it with stock YJ springs. I have the frame and all parts to put back together. Medical issues forced me to stop working on project and have to sell. Both tubs are in pretty good shape for age.
Asking $1,000.00 for jeeps and parts, some new parts too that havent been installed yet, like outboard spring hangers for frame and all new spring mounts to go around the frame. The white one was the project and the yellow one was parts. Need new homes.”
Looks solid for a project.
“1952 m38 army jeep. Great project for someone there is no title”
The estate sale has ended, but the jeep might still be for sale?
“Estate / Antique sale Thurs-Saturday, June 30th-July 2nd at 9-6 on 5076 W. Gifford Rd, Bloomington west side. NO EARLY BIRDS! Just north of Karst Farms Park and just east of Bloomington airport. 1952 Jeep Willys, ”
UPDATE: Still Available.
(06/27/2016) Looks in good shape.
“Flat head 4cyl
3 speed trans
Brand new 31×10.50r15 Degan 38’s
New brakes from master cylinder down
New complete valve job
New fuel pump
New water pump
New oil lines
We originally restored this jeep 7 yrs ago at that time we rebuilt trans transfercase and had it painted has less then 2000 miles on it since it was restored.
Does have a few chips in paint runs and drives good located in fort smith Arkansas. ”
Includes a field radio.
“1953 WILLYS ARMY JEEP
TOTALY RESTORED, ENGINE, BODY AND PAINT
ITS YOUR TO HAVE AT $13700.00
For reasons of patriotism, these vehicles have a strong and unique part of our country and the people that have served and continue to serve our GREAT country.
Own an important piece of history.
Equiped with typical army gear with the addition of a working ” field ” radio.
Many extra rare parts included in deal.
Text me with any questions, I’ll try and answer your questions honesty and as accurately as possible.
I suggest you stop by and personally look it over, runs and drive perfectly.
If you looking to buy a piece of history this is defitinly the one the meets anyone’s standards, without a doubt.”
Between “Excellent Project” and “Blue Chip Investment” the seller is overselling this one.
“Fresh from the barn serial# 65627 of 72329 very scarce model of the M38. Super solid frame some floor pan rust lots of dents and some tore sheet metal. The previous owner told me it was running 10 years ago when it was parked. The engine is free. It was converted to 12volt. I am selling it as found the gas tank is very rusty inside. Like I said this is begging for a total restoration these are becoming the next blue chip investment. I do have a transferable N.Y. title.”
Seller accidentally listed this as an M-38A1.
“Willies M 38 -A1 has current tags and good title”
Looks good for the price.
“Condition: Used Year: 1953
Mileage: 43,000 Make: Willys
Exterior Color: Olive Drab Interior Color: Olive Drab
Trim: Military Army M38A1 Number of Cylinders: 4
Engine: Hurricane F Head 4 cyl Transmission: Manual
Drive Type: 4wd Vehicle Title: Clear
Starts right up
I wonder which fire department owned this one.
“Selling a 1953 Willys Model M38A1 Military Jeep with 3641 original miles. Has L/R front seats and a rear bench seat, all with new OD seat covers. Engine was running when restoration started. Has 2 new batteries. Windshield frame in very good condition with no rust. Windshield glass on driver’s side needs replacement. New windshield weather stripping for glass and on bottom of W/S frame and cowl included, but not installed. All tires hold air and have about 50% tread. Auxillary fuel tank and bracket included. Loose parts include a new OD steering wheel with new horn button, disc & nut, new instrument panel with NOS speedometer, NOS instruments & NOS dash lights w/ high beam indicator. Body is in very good shape, except for a few minor dents & dings. Two small holes on left rear panel above trailer light connector needs repair. Fuel tank brackets & connecting tubing also included, but not pictured. Jeep was never registered and comes with a bill of sale only.”
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The seller mistakenly listed this as an M-38.
“M38 1963 Willys jeep for sale. 1995 4 cylinder engine and transmission installed when I bought it. New paint. Everything works except speedometer. Fun jeep to drive. Cash only.”
I haven’t run across many ads that included M-38s.
“ORIGINAL VINTAGE MAGAZINE ITEM
1951 Goodrich Geon JEEP waterproof upholstery Ad”
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UPDATE: **SOLD** Was on eBay.
There’s some parts value here at the very least.
“I have a barn find 1951 Willy’s Jeep. It was my Dad’s. It ran about 3-4 years ago. It does not currently run. I think the fuel system is gummed up. The title says 1968 but I was told that it is a 51 but when it was sold from the military/government it was in 1968 thus the date on the title. With a little TLC I believe this would be a great Jeep. It has been stored inside I just pulled it outside for better pictures.”
UPDATE: Price dropped to $7000.
(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
Art spotted this almost stock M-38 with a Stewart Warner heater.
1950 Willys M38 Model MC Arctic Jeep 4 X 4. Serial # MC 30993. Mileage reads 68,059. Powered by the original 4 cylinder Go Devil engine. 3 speed manual transmission with 2 speed transfer case and locking hubs. This is an actual Military issue Arctic model Jeep with the rear body reinforcement panels. The top and doors are removable and the heater can be run without starting the Jeep (heater has not been tested but is reported to be working). This Jeep starts easily and runs good, the transmission works as it should.
The Willy’s M38 Jeeps were only built from 1949 to 1952 and this is a nice example of a Korea War vintage Jeep with an unusual Arctic service upgrade. To watch the video.”
UPDATE: Price dropped to $15,000.
Mark’s got this nice looking M-38A1 for sale. You can email him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
“We purchased this 1953 Willys M38A1 from an older Vet who was in an difficult way financially. We did some work on this great piece of history and got it to what I believe is a very clean, wonderfully operating Jeep. We have reworked the fuel system (OEM carburetor rebuild and rebuilt fuel lines, etc.), rebuilt the front end, new wires, plugs, new distributor, a good bit of aesthetics, etc.
0We only did a few things that are not “authentic.” I replaced the the wiper motors with new electrical ones, carefully wired through the vacuum hoses (I still have he original vacuum motors if someone wants to reinstall). We also installed a rather good modern radio (with CD, Bluetooth, iPod connection) that is entirely hidden in the glovebox with boxes for speakers I made from 50 cal. ammo boxes. The radio could be easily removed with no damage to the original structure, if someone wanted. Also, I installed a rather well hidden third brake light where a reflector was originally in the middle of the spare tire. Over all, I think the Jeep looks great. (Good enough that my wife’s father was taken aback remembering riding in many like it as a USAF Colonel.) It comes with full canvas, a few extra jerry cans, some extra paint, a tow bar and a protective cover.
It has been a labor of love to restore, with a lot of satisfaction (sometimes following frustration after learning things like how he original manual I used for many tasks published the spark plug order incorrectly). We have enjoyed even more being able to use it for events for Vets, such as wounded warrior and living history events.
JA time-traveling jeep! The passenger side indents may have been filled.
“Hello For Sale i have my 1950 Willys Jeep M38 real world war II survivor 100% original except tires and rims’