Looks good. Some pics show carpet.
“Willys M38 1952 restauré avec plusieurs ajouts;
Radio Bluetooth placé a l’intérieur des boîtes de munitions ainsi que les haut parleurs a l’arrière au dessus du banc, joueur DVD avec une trentaine de jeux a l’arrière des sièges dans pochettes, chaufferette a l’avant placé aussi dans boîte de munitions, Stabilizer Rancho, village refait au complet l’année et plusieurs autres ajouts..viens aussi avec les fenêtres arrière. pour plus de détails contacter moi via email ou par telephone!”
Looks pretty original.
“Selling my running unrestored military M38 Jeep dated 2-52. It has a clear Tennessee title, new wiring harness, new tires, new YS carburetor, new seats, new batteries and spare tire carrier. Only rust on the M38 is 3 nickel size holes under the gas tank. M100 trailers are unrestored with solid floors and correct lunettes but sold with only a bill of sale.”
Mark just posted this M-38 at war jeeps.com.
“We used the original frame and running gear and a new reproduction body. This vehicle has a 24 volt electrical system powered by modern alternator and new replacement carburetor on rebuilt engine. The transmission/transfer case has been rebuilt. It has all new brakes, brake lines, wheel bearings and brand new canvas seat cushions. Everything has been rebuilt on this vehicle. Top bows and fittings are included but there is no canvas for the top. This jeep has a PA title. More pictures available upon request.”
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $4500.
Looks great for the price.
“52 Willys M38 Jeep with removable winter top, new seat covers, new paint, new 12v battery, new brakes & wheel cyls”
Looks like a good jeep.
“I have for sale a 1952 Willys M38. It was restored about 6 months ago, but I would say it is 98% done. What I mean is it has no decals on it, no add-ons, etc. I wanted to keep it “base” form so whoever bought it can take it and put there personal touches on it. This is not a true M38 restoration. What I mean by that is it has been converted over to an alternator and 12-volt system, it has blinkers both front and rear, it has lockout hubs on the front axle, etc. Just a few little things that makes it easy on the owner and easy to take off down the road in.
This was a full frame-off restoration. Everything was sand blasted and re painted. The original tub was rusted far way beyond repair. I actually found a super-nice M38 tub that I picked up in Pennsylvania. The L-134 “Go Devil” engine was rebuilt with all new bearings are rings, etc. The T-90 transmission, Dana 18 transfercase, and both Dana axles also have all new bearings and seals. The gauges are all new, new wiring harness ($$$), new tires ($$$), new fuel tank ($$$), new exhaust, new driveshafts, new brakes, new seats, new weather stripping, new everything. It is really a nice Jeep. It does not have a top or a rear seat, I just never got around to getting those and I like having my dog ride in the back so I didn’t bother.
Like I said, it is 98% done. I literally “finished it” and took it home, it still has just a few kinks that need to be worked out. The fuel-sending unit and the fuel gauge are both new, but the fuel gauge isn’t registering. I just haven’t taken the time to check it. If it sits for a few weeks, it can be hard to start, it does have a choke but you almost have to choke it by hand and then it fires up, almost like the choke doesn’t choke it all the way. And lastly I did use the factory starter and it works pretty good, but it can act goofy from time to time, I should have just put a new one on it.
It really is a super-nice Willys M38. Not a 100% military restoration, but practical. I have only had it done for about 6 months now but I am just not that interested in it anymore. Plus, I am a big guy and these army Jeep are pretty cramped, I am just not comfortable in it. I have only put 15 miles on it since it was restored. I am asking $10,000 or best reasonable offer. This is a military vehicle, Bill of Sale only, no title. It is currently tagged in Georgia.”
It’s listed as a WW2 jeep.
“1940’s WW2 Jeep with trailer. Fully restored frame up. Runs and drives everything in mint condition.”
“M-38 Willys Army Jeep with pioneering kit, spare tires, jerry can, rifle rack, 2 radios, trailer, canvas…From USA to Forestry Service (dropped a valve) to CAF to me. I rebuilt the engine and replaced the gas tank and tank well, painted and added new canvas and wiring harness, added the radios and etc., found a trailer…all about 10 years ago. Stored in Frederick, OK, and used with the Airborne Demonstration Team ( wwiiadt.org ) activities, displays, parades…”
“1952 M-32 Gas fired heater hard top military jeep, in very original condition partially restored 9 years ago. Have any further question please call, she is a beauty.”
UPDATE: **Status Unknown** Was $20,000.
The seller listed the price at $20,000, but the seller mentions potential buyers shouldn’t bid unless serious about buying. So, I guess he is taking bids?
“This 1952 Willys M38 Jeep is in great condition restored and has its original body. The fire extinguisher, winch, radio seats, water jug, canvas roof and seats, rims, cosmetics, and engine are all original and have had minor tune ups to maintain there beauty. There were about 45,000 of the jeeps made during the Korean War and they are fun to drive and awesome to inspect. When I drive it everyone looks and is intrigued by its essence and cool looks. Please feel free to contact me any time with questions. Please don’t bid if you are not seriously interested about purchasing This vehicle. You must be 18 years or older to bid. Warranty: Unless stated otherwise, this vehicle is being sold ” as is, where is””
UPDATE: Was $8500. **Status Unknown**
Runs and drives.
“1952 M38 Military Jeep for sale, original LHead 4cyl engine, runs great. New rebuilt carb.new fuel tank,all new fuel lines,fuel pump, all new brake lines, wheel cyls, drum brakes, body original with very little rust, some surface rust, few dings and small dents, no Bondo or patch panels, drives great, been converted to 12 volt, text me or call me Dan, will except offers, clear Florida title.”
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $4800
Non running project.
“1951 unrestored Willys Jeep, very complete and original project. Includes spare wheel, gas tank, gas can, better gauges, etc. Engine turns over and it is still original 24 volt. Solid body with minor damage.”
UPDATE: UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $4500
(09/02/2013) It needs some work, but looks promising.
“I have for sale a 1952 Willys M38 Military jeep. It has a Tennessee title. The jeep needs brakes, exhaust leak fixed and the gas tank cleaned and sealed. This jeep is 24 volt electrical system with all the electrical parts still there. It runs and drives but does not stop. It has the following original hard to find parts: all three seat frames, top bows, top bow brackets, all blackout lights, pintle hitch, jerry can and holder, spare tire carrier, windshield wipers, front and rear lifting shackles, brush guards, horn, carburetor, under hood battery box, oil bath air breather, and many others. The tool box needs to be rebuilt for it has rust through. This could be a daily driver or a good jeep to restore”
The seller is a little off on the details, but this is worth a look. Looks like a custom dash plate was added.
“I’m selling my dads pride and joy. It runs great. It is a mb3. It has a foctory boxed frame. The origonal flat head ford 4 cylinder. It has the very rare aluminum top. It has a back seat as well. Its a great little jeep. Feel free to make offers. Only serious buyers please. We are selling it to help myvmom pay for my dads funeral bills”
Except for the bent front bumper it looks good.
“I am posting this Jeep for a friend of mine. He has got to the point that he can’t drive anymore and has decided to let it go. It has a matching covered utility trailer. It’s just as it was when first produced. Had radio, spare gas tank etc. Runs great and everything works.”
UPDATE: Was $5500. **SOLD**
Looks in good shape.
“1951 Willys M38 Army Jeep.Rust free. Runs strong. New military tires, springs, shocks, top. Clean Michigan Title. $5,500.00 firm. No e mails or texts.”
Looks family owned and loved.
“98% stock runs and drives no rust been in the family for 50 years 10000.00 or make a offer call if you would like more info or pics.”
“98 % stock runs and drives no rust soft top very clean see pics been in the family for 50 years used as a radio jeep”
MIssing the windshield?
“1951 Korean War Willys M38
Excellent Running Condition”
“SENT TO US HERE AT EAST COAST WILLYS RESTORATION ON CONSIGNMENT SALE ::
NO RUST CAME FROM DOWN SOUTH OLDER RESTORATION . CAN BE SEEN IN THE FRONT LOT ON SUNNY DAYS ALONGSIDE THE ABC STORE IN SILER CITY RIGHT ALONGSIDE THE ABC STORE !! PRICE IS NEG. I AM WORKING ON GETTING A CLEAR NC TITLE JUST WAITING FOR THE MAILMAN TO BRING IT TO ME.”
UPDATE: **Status Unknown** Was $18,500
Nice looking jeep.
“Military version. Power take off with a motor driven winch, Waterproof electric system intact, canvas top, 24volt. Blackout lights. Ax and shovel included.”
Max forwarded this M-38 that is for sale in Germany. If you need anything translated, Max said he’d be glad to help.
“zum Verkauf steht ein M 38 zum Restaurieren.
Der Jeep ist von einem Freund.
Frag mich was ihr wissen wollt, ich leites weiter.
USAF Nummer A-12580
UPDATE: Mark just listed this over at warjeeps.com. It might be a good price.
“Runs and drives well. Flat four engine with electric fuel pump installed. Canvas like new.”
UPDATE: Still Available
(07/08/2012) The seller notes that he is the first civilian owner. There are pictures of it apart and together; I’m assuming it is together?
“1952 M-38 MILITARY JEEP. I AM THE FIRST CIVILIAN OWNER. THE JEEP IS IN ORIGINAL CONDITION. THE ENGINE HAS BE COMPLETELY REBUILT, A NEW WIRING HARNESS, NEW TIRES, NEW TOP (DOORS AND SIDE PANELS) MASTER CYLINDER. THERE ARE ALLOT OF EXTRAS TO GO WITH THIS UNIT.”