This is a project. The winch is not included.
“I have for sale the perfect restoration jeep project. the last and the best of the flat fender jeeps 1951willys M38 military jeep. this jeep is all Military. unaltered or chopped up or lifted. it is all origoinal. the jeep body is in very nice condition . there is no rot anywhere . just light surface rust. the motor and transmision are out of it. they have been professionally rebuilt . I have most of the parts to put this jeep back on the road Plus extra parts and a whole bunch of military parts that go with the jeep. one price for the jeep motor and tranny and all the parts AND NO BULL only serious buyers please!”
Looks like a good restoration project or just drive as is.
“This is a 1952 M38 Military Jeep. I have replaced the springs, shocks, brakes, rear seal, Valves, Valve springs, fuel pump, oil pump, intake manifold, exhaust, rebuilt carb,New head lights, and much more. The body frame and hat channels are in excellent shape . There is some surface rust as you can see in the pictures. I have the doors for the top. This jeep is in very Good condition.”
“Great hunting or ranch vehicle. Great for collectors also. Engine rebuilt and runs great.
Can go anywhere off road. Good shape, ready to drive.”
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $9000
This may be a solid M-38.
“1951 Willys M38A1 military jeep, has hard top (metal), doors, tow bar, bow for soft top (no soft top included). Inspected but not currently registered (expired June 2015). Clean, good tires. Original 4 cylinder motor, converted to 12 Volt. This jeep is fun to drive, but is is very low geared so it is not made for driving on the highway. No power steering or power brakes.”
This is for sale by “Exotic Motors” in Florida. That might explain the price.
“Frame Off Restoration, One of a kind!! It’s a perfect sample of a true collectable. Restoration cost over $70K, on this beautiful Jeep.”
UPDATE: Still Available.
“Runs and drives great.frame off restoration 15 years ago.used very little since. Mileage unknown.”
It sure looks like there’s been nicely rebuilt, though not perfectly stock. It could be a good price.
“Beautifully restored 1952 Jeep with tow bar attachment. Runs and looks great. Original motor, military tires and much more. No trades or PayPal.”
If it runs, it might be a good price.
“Up for sale is this 1951 M38 Jeep Willis issued to Marine Corp. Own this piece of history!”
UPDATE: **SOLD** $8500.
(11/17/2014) Looks good.
“1951 M38 Jeep Willy’s, military green 4×4, 4 cylinder, all original 9,600 miles. Runs great 24 volt, with large radio in back seat. No rust, super clean, restored in 84-86. Clear title, been in storage for the last two years. Asking 8,500. Need to sell. Located in upcountry Maui. Call”
Mark posted this good looking M-38 at warjeeps.com.
“rebuilt in 2008. New crank pistons, muffler, etc., 12 volt alt. original 24 volt wiring, all lights, wipers, & combat light work. Includes ax, shovel, all top bows, door frames, handles, winter canvas doors & side curtains, aircraft seat belts & door straps. Engine has 2000 miles on new Speedo since rebuilt. Jeep runs approx. 6 miles per day for local errands. Runs great.”
UPDATE: Was $13,000. **Status Unknown**
(05/21/2015) Looks nice.
“jeep runs and looks great.”
Seller mistakenly listed this as a M-38A1.
“I’m selling my M38A1 jeep with a clear title and collector plates.It is in great shape and runs great.I have all five original military tires w/tubes,the frame for the canvas top but no canvas,axe and shovel that strap to the sides of the vehicle,back seat,tow bar.All the lights work including night lights,all the gauges work,horn works,two new batteries last week,new muffler from Midwest Military.I am open to offers so if you’re interested give me a shout.Thanks.”
UPDATE: Price dropped to $2600.
Seller encountered a title issue. Now just wanting to sell it.
“1951 Willys Jeep M38
Lots of original features, could be returned to original. Data plates, glove box, wide mouth gas tank, flip forward grill, black out lights, lift points, tow loop, light switch, radio port?, shovel indents
5 chrome spoke wheels with excellent BFG a/t radial tires 235/75/15
rancho suspension – springs and shocks
has a bent leaf on passenger front
Has a top in fair shape
windshield is not cracked
has a tow bar for a 2″ ball on the front
set up for 2″ receiver front and rear – great for a cradle winch
Set up 12 volt with an alternater – need wiring
no lights work
original flathead 4 cylinder engine runs and has decent power but smokes a little
original 3 speed transmission and 2 speed transfer case -there is a broken synchro in tran and it won’t go into 3rd gear -this is a very easy trans to work on, rebuild guides and parts easy to find online
wow are you still reading. ..longest post ever for me…
No title…No title
it sucks i know… i bought it with out a title thinking i could get it done… not gonna happen
there was a title the Vin was wrong, it was transferred to a second buyer he never titled it , it has been purged by the state…
Thus it needs bonded Vin searched and verified
not gonna happen. ..no title
great jeep, rare, runs and drives”
Mark just listed this at warjeeps.com
“It is a very correct Nut and Bolt Restoration. The Restoration is now several years ago and it shows some wear here and there. It has a Snorkel and a high Exhaust System and all Components are there for fording. It comes with a Military Radio with a tall Antenna as well as a Canvas Top, side Covers and Doors. Though the Doors show some age, they could be original. Further it has a Siren, Primer Pump, Heater, (not installed), Fire Extinguisher, Grease Pump, Shovel and Axe, as well as a Spare Tire and a 5 Gal. Jerry Can. The Willys starts right away and drives fine. It has the correct 24 Volt System. The Body is original, not a reproduction, it is very straight, solid and without any patch Panels. The Engine, Transmission and Transfer Case are in very good condition. The Brakes have been serviced recently and the Brake Fluid has been replaced with Silicone Fluid. It has been meticulously restored several years ago and now shows signs of usage. It would be a great addition for a Car Collector or Military Memorabilia Collector. Please contact me if you have more Questions or want some more pictures. Point of Sale is Daytona Beach. I can assist in shipping. Worldwide!”
UPDATE: Was $16,000. **Status Unknown**
“1951 M-38 Jeep – Hurricane Flat Head 4 cyl. , 65 hp. engine .
Ground up restoration in 2009.
Drives and runs great, approx. 2000 miles on total restoration.”
UPDATE: Price dropped to $9500.
(04/09/2015) Looks solid.
“Great Korean War vintage 1952 M38 Jeep. This is military surplus, not a CJ-2 civilian model. Very fun to drive, unrestored, all original except for a new gas tank. New batteries, 24v system. Great to run around the farm or put in a parade. Dull OD green, not a shiney finish to attract the enemies’ attention. My wife did not like driving it near as much as I did.”
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $4800.
(09/29/2014) Looks solid and pretty original.
“Includes original rear seat and soft top not pictured”
Mark listed this M-38 at warjeeps.com
“M38 Jeep in very good condition and drives great. Garage kept, no rust or fiberglass and no dents. Well maintained and title in hand.”
UPDATE: Price dropped to $4500.
(03/23/2015) It hasn’t run in a year.
“1951 Willys M38 Jeep. Good restoration project. Included are new brake parts, steering wheel, and seat. Last ran 2014.”
The seller notes the jeep only has 5,556 original miles.
“1951 M38 Willys Jeep fully titled and plated with antique plates. New canvas top and seats with two new batteries. All working parts and new tires. Original engine and transmission with 5,556 original miles. Runs well and has been used in local parades by a Marine Corps organization. No reproduction parts, all original body with a 24 volt electrical system. Ready to get in and drive.”
UPDATE: This M-38 was sold March 28th at an in-person-auction.
“Upcoming Auction – Saturday, March 28 10 a.m at 1036 S FM 331, Sealy, Tx. (3 miles north of Sealy on Hwy 36, then 1 mile east on FM 331). We have a little of everything: Tractors, Trailers, Vehicles, ATVs, Hay Equipment, Row Crop Equipment, Shredders, Livestock Equipment, Tools & Miscellaneous.”
UPDATE: Still Available.
(09/29/2014) Looks solid. One cylinder has low compression.
“Run good. Has low compression in 1 cylinder. I think it has a stuck valve. Still 24 volt. New gas tank. I have all the top bows but needs canvas. New tires, hoses, belts, ignition parts and exhaust. Carb and fuel pump have been rebuilt. Lost interest and garage space.”
UPDATE : Pics provided. Looks like a good price.
“Jeep runs. Ideal for hunting.
has new motor low hours. Make offer!!”
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $5000.
(12/21/2014) Has rust along both sides.
“1952 Willys Jeep M38 Military Jeep. This came out of Camp Ripley. Still has the 24 volt waterproof system. It is currently in indoor storage. It has always been stored inside. It is in need of restoration work but is complete and in decent original shape. I would like to get $5,000 cash for it. Not interested in trades. I will provide a Bill of Sale. Has never been titled.”
UPDATE: This went quick. Was $1500.
Appears to have good restoration potential with some known history.
“1950 Willy’s M38. NOT RUNNING. All parts are there though. I bought it from the gentleman who brought it home from the Korean War after he served his time and bought it from the military. Clean title, in my name. My plan was to rebuild it (as I have done with a previous CJ2a) but other time commitments take priority. Engine turns over, as do the wheels. Not shown in the photos are the seats, gas tank, rear bench seat, windshield/glass and some other parts.”