“Have a 1943 ford international army jeep for sale. All original every thing works as it should starts runs and drives. Comes with all ratio equipment and carrying bags. Also has a trailer that will come with it in the sale ..4×4 works shift on the fly high and low..as back in the 40s this rig is a 4 speed manual transmission 1.4it 4 cylinder it’s a small rig will go any where ..just serviced ready to roll..no tire lockers no trades .. Selling for an old friend very rare hard to find..you won’t find one of these in this kind of condition and I know what she is worth thank you..”
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $23500.
This is a pretty early GPW, #10584.
“GPW 10584 Matching Frame and Engine.
This is a Special Jeep for a Special Collection. This is the rare model of Ford jeeps which were built on Willys Frames before Ford could Produce its on frames.
Complete Restoration of Entire Jeep. Engine, Transmission, transfer case, differentials etc.
Body is all original with a nice F script on the rear. Much time was taken to preserve as many F bolts as possible and keep the jeep in original condition.
Jeep is in Excellent running condition and is a true museum piece. Looks as if it just rolled off factory lines. Not one to take 4 wheeling.”
Those might be some allstate hubs.
“1943 Ford GP Army Jeep, restored. Frame off authentic restoration. Correct title. Excellent condition. Located in Kauai at Princeville.”
Looks pretty complete.
“Farm fresh 1942 Jeep Willy’s in running drive able condition. Body is rough but solid great for a restoration or conversion. Jeep was used primarily as a farm rig but again body is solid not rusted out beyond repair a perfect Holiday gift for any Jeep enthusiast or WWII collector. Please contact me via e-mail.”
Lacks some original parts, but looks solid.
“Up for sale is my 1943 Ford WWII Military Jeep! Looking to sell it to a good home not a muzeum. Would like it to go to a WWII vet, or a Military vet family just to put a smile on there face and make them happy and proud to one of the very few. If it goes to a good home willing to bring down the price (not free) if they are not picking up to sell and make a buck. This is a original hard to find Ford not a MB or Willys.
I have only had if for a few years myself (picked it up from an old time farmer who has since passed) since that time I ran across couple more (42 and another 43 that needs lots of work) so this one needs to go before I can start on them. The farmer says this 1943 GPW is one of the few original matching numbered jeeps left, and the old timer started rebuilding it and then sold to me with bill of sale just before he passed. I have had the engine professionally rebuilt top to bottom and put back in. Runs and drives great. I had put in a new radiator, gas tank,seat cushions Title can be gotten (guaranteed) just being I am not keepingit and let new owner put in his name”
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $11,000.
“WWII all restored Army Jeep for sale.
-New top and tires
-It’s been in a military museum for twenty years”
UPDATE:**SOLD** Was $15,699
(10/23/2016) Looks good. Has been converted to 12 Volt.
“1942 Ford GPW. I have a clear title. New tires, new canvas top and seats. Rebuilt carburetor. 5 combat rims. Original riveted brass data plates – numbers match the frame. This was a running jeep that was cleaned, repaired as necessary, painted, and returned to the original condition when obtained. It has been converted to 12 volts. with an alternator. It is believed that all the parts are original except for the front bumper and horn (try to find a Sparton horn at a decent price!) and of course, the alternator. There are a lot of Ford marked parts – it is assumed that those who did repairs and replacements did not worry about using Ford marked parts in the past.”
Includes a hand crank and a capstan.
“1942 Ford GPW Runs and Drive very nice. has most of canvas, No top. The Tub is a Ford Script Replacement Tub. Combat wheels rifle rack, Jack and Ax. Also has hand crank. Completely rewired. Also has Capstan winch in complete working order. Additional photos on request.
Very fun to drive, Great for parades or???”
Sounds like the sellers really enjoyed this jeep.
“THIS RARE ORIGINAL WWII 1943 ARMY JEEP IS A TRUE PIECE OF AMERICAN HISTORY!
WE DO NOT DRIVE IT ANY LONGER AND HAVE RELUCTANTLY DECIDED TO PART WITH IT.
THIS JEEP IS IN GREAT CONDITION! IT HAS BEEN GARAGED/COVERED AND LOVINGLY CARED FOR…
ALL THE ORIGINAL INSTRUMENTS ARE PRESENT AND WORKING
IT HAS THE ORIGINAL SUMMER CANVAS TOP
ORIGINAL SEATS WITH NEW CUSHIONS
CJ2A ENGINE RUNS PERFECTLY WITH GOOD COMPRESSION
FAIRLY NEW BRAKES
ORIGINAL HORN WORKS WELL
CARBURETOR AND CLUTCH ARE BOTH GOOD
600-16 MILITARY TIRES ON COMBAT RIMS
NEARLY ALL PARTS ARE “F” MARKED
SERIAL # 237694
EVERYTHING YOU SEE ON THE JEEP IS INCLUDED
THE 6 VOLT SYSTEM CRANKS SLOW.”
“1942 Ford GPW. New tires, new canvas top and seats. Rebuilt carburetor. 5 combat rims. Original riveted brass data plates – numbers match the frame. This was a running jeep that was cleaned, repaired as necessary, painted, and returned to the original condition when obtained. It has been converted to 12 volts. with an alternator. It is believed that all the parts are original except for the front bumper and horn (try to find a Sparton horn at a decent price!) and of course, the alternator. There are a lot of Ford marked parts – it is assumed that those who did repairs and replacements did not worry about using Ford marked parts in the past.”
Sam’s got this early GPW for sale (Serial # GPW 10139). Looks nice. Has later model rims. You can contact him at 541-447-4647 for more information.
“1942 GPW Ford WWII Military Jeep
4 Wheel Drive, 3 Speed Transmission, 2 Speed Transfer
Professionally Rebuilt 4 Cyl 134 cubic engine, T84 Transmission
New Bearings & Seal in Transfer Case
New Exhaust System, New Intake & Exhaust Manifold
Recent Brake Job
New Body Tub
Ford Script on Rear Panel
New Rebuilt Starter & Generator
New Water Pump & Fuel Pump, Carb & Voltage Regulator
Reconditioned Radiator, New 6 Volt Battery
New 600 x 16 NDT Tires & Tubes
New Front Bumper
New Ignition Switch
New Gas Tank & Gas Gauge
New Steering Wheel
New Seat Upholstery & Rear Seat
Military Blackout Lights
New Light Switch & Starter Switch
New Differential Seals Continue reading
UPDATE: **Status Unknown** Was “No Price”.
Seller is testing the waters.
“I am thinking of selling my 42 gpw, everything is original and ford including the engine which was rebuilt a few years ago in Virginia, has 4 combat rims with used Firestone tires with decent tread , looking for offers at the moment”
Mark listed this at warjeeps.com.
“This jeep is a ground-up restoration with great attention given to detail and authenticity.”
UPDATE: **Status Unknown** Was $16,999
“I am posting for a friend that doesn’t do C-list. He has a 1943 Ford jeep, fully restored, 5K put into its internals in 2013 and never used thereafter. Complete with pioneer kit (shovel, pick, etc.) gas can, machine gun pedestal, non-directional tires with spare and even canvas water bucket. I can answer some questions via e-mail but better to call him. His name is Mike and he writes gun articles so is pretty busy all the time. He said you can leave a message but you will have to wait a while for the beep as his phone erased his message.”
Deserves a few more photos.
“This is pristine and rare Ford GPW Military vehicle. Jeep style. This vehicle is fully restored with all NEW parts including:
NEW ENGINE (250 MILES)
NEW TRANSMISSION (250 MILES)
BROWNING 50 CAL REPLICA MACHINE GUN
This vehicle has been parked inside and babied. Everything works.
RUNS AND DRIVES LIKE IT’S NEW”
“Engine block built by Ford and matches frame and original data plates. The frame is the early MB frame with the Ford ID number stamped into it which proves this is a very early production. This Jeep has been assembled as close to factory standards as possible. The assembly could be classified as, “Built To Museum Quality” standards. The work was performed by Mike’s Military Motor’s in Santa Rosa, CA.
Date of Delivery: 3/25/1942
The accoutrements to this Jeep are:
1) the complete Capstan style winch and Tandem Tow bar assembly
2) period correct WW2 Jeep radio assembly BC 659 all in working order.
3) this Jeep has all of the original style Horse-hair spring seats with all new canvas.”
UPDATE: **Status Unknown** Was $10,000
(11/03/2015) Looks in good shape.
“1942 WW2 ford jeep gpw California title original California car 90% orginal parts 85% ford parts.all New tires with combat wheels. All matching numbers :engine,frame,tub”
UPDATE: Still Available.
“1942 Ford GPW, excellant condition, new transmission,new body,new springs,new shocks. Always kept in garage since restoration.”
Looks pretty original considering it was owned at one point by a high schooler.
“1945 ford jeep that I’ve had since high school. Trailer also included.”
UPDARE: **SOLD** Was $12,500
“For sale is a 1942 Willys GPW Jeep, in excellent condition! Clean title in hand. Body and title shows 81k, engine has been rebuilt with less then 300 miles and runs perfect. This was a frame off restoration using Oem ford parts with ford scripts, most bolts even have the ford script, body and top has for script as well. Real 2pc battle wheels. New battery. Comes with tons of extras including floor heater/manuals/extra parts ect….
This jeep is in mint condition and needs to be seen in person to appreciated. Anyone that is in the market for these jeeps will already know about them so I will not list up all the obvious but please know that this jeep has it all. Jeep has only been driven in parades and stored out of the elements.
Please call or text with any questions or time to come take a look. I am asking $12500 obo.”
UPDATE: **Status Unknown** Was $30,000
Will sell without the gun for less.
“This is a full restoration on an all matching numbered GPW. The Jeep is out-fitted with a “Simulated” firing 50 cal. Conveniently installed to hide the gas and oxygen bottles that have quick dis-connects for easy installation and removal. The engine is a GPW engine that again matches the Data Plates and frame number and was built by one of the best in the business. These engines are fully balanced, ported and polished and made to run like “Swiss Watches”. Parade siren installed for those who need a warning before the gun gets fired! Restoration was done by people who know what factory Jeep should look and perform like. Fully licensed and titled, ready to go!
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $9500
(09/22/2015) It’s listed as a 1946. This VIN is incorrect as well.
“Noting that the parts for this and the Willys were completely interchangable, however parts produced by Ford include the cursive ‘F’ character. This GPW includes only Ford parts, which adds to the rarity of this vehicle.
This is a fully functional, mechanically sound GPW. All gauges work. The top is after market but simply swapped to make original. I have both the shovel & axe, which were included with this vehicle from the factory.
I am currently working on obtaining a title. I have owned it for several years and never really considered having to let it go, so I didn’t persue the paperwork to this point. It has been stored inside and frankly has only been driven a few miles since I’ve owned it. This is one awesome vehicle to own and I regret selling it.”
Some pics show windshield lettering and other don’t. I don’t know which are most recent.
“This is a 1944 GPW Ford made WW2 Jeep with title. I fully rebuilt this jeep less than 3 years ago with a frame off restoration. The engine, clutch and transmission have been professionally rebuilt. I have over 400 documented hours into the restoration, and I’ve spent much more than the asking price. its had only 700 trouble free miles since its overhaul.
This restoration uses the original tub, frame, parts and sheet metal. Reproduction parts have been kept to a minimum. It has an original Ford WW2 engine but not numbers matching.
The good: runs and drives great, is restored, new everything from the wiring harness to brakes to drivetrain to the tires.
The not so good: leak between tcase and trans. Not an original WW2 carb, horn, or speedo gauge (these are incredibly rare and would add a lot of $$ to the price). Converted to 12 volt for simplicity. I did a disk brake conversion. Would give you the parts to restore it to original if desired.
Price does not include the replica .30 cal machine gun and pintle mount. These are cheap if you must have one. Canvas top, ax and shovel are not original or included.
reason for selling: I’m restoring a WC dodge and the wife says I have too many projects around. She wants the place picked up. Price is firm but If we must negotiate I could keep the original tandem tow bar or other things and save you money.
NO CL flakes, low baller flippers or tire kickers pls. I don’t have to sell this. These antiques will go crazy with value in the future and are a great investment.”
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $12,000.
This one has been well cared for by the family.
“This is a Ford GPW made on 5/21/1943 a Friday, 1943. It was bought by my Grandfather in 1947 from fort Ord calif. It has been in the family since then and passed to me. It is in great shape with little to no rust and is stock, other than it is now 12volts and has larger brakes. This jeep had two things in life to do, and that was to go hunting and live in the garage. When you call I can tell you more about this grate piece of history.”
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $15,000
“In good shape ’44 jeep willy. Runs and drives. Has mock .50 cal machine gun and tons of soldiers gear from WWII. Stationed at War History Museum in Memphis.”