UPDATE: Still Available.
(12/09/2016) This has an extra data plate on the dash, but I can’t make it out.
“I’m selling our 1943 Willys jeep. This jeep has been sand blasted and is all metal, most of which is original. This vehicle is immaculate, it drives and runs incredibly and will not disappoint. If you’re interested please email me.”
Mark just listed this at warjeeps.com. It doesn’t have the correct solid rims.
“Delivery date 12/15/1941. Complete body off restoration. Completely rebuilt motor with less than 20 hours. Still 6 volt with complete new wiring. New starter and generator. Beautiful Jeep!
Please do not text me about this Jeep. I will gladly accept phone calls.”
Eliecer has this nice look MB for sale.
“1945 Willys MB for sale. Located in Miami, FL. $20,000 or best offer. Please call me for more details. Mechanically Factory spec. I am willing to sell overseas if buyer pays for shipping. I can help load and transport. Cell 786-339-6292”
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $7000.
Nice combo. Silver City is somewhat remote.
“For sale is a 1942 Willys MB 4 cylinder Jeep and a military Jeep trailer. Jeep is located in Silver City, ID and has been for about 50 years.”
UPDATE: This sold at auction for $10,500. It’s now being resold here.
“THIS JEEP WAS OWNED FOR THE LAST 25 YEARS BY A RETIRED COLONEL OF THE U.S. ARMY RESERVES. GREAT CONDITION!
Auction Starts: Tues., Aug. 16 @ 10:00 am”
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $8000.
(07/03/2016) Has some dings, but still might be worth a look.
“Offered for sale from a estate is a 1944 Willys MB Military jeep 1/4 ton 4X4. Jeep is in excellent running order and has had the following work performed on it since 1970. Engine overhaul, transmission gone thru, radiator cleaned, one set of new springs, new wheel cylinders, between the two previous owners only a 1000 miles has been put on the vehicle. all metal is original from 1944,but the electrical system has been changed from 6V to 12V with a alternator put on instead of a generator. This vehicle is a piece of Americana history and is 72 years old. all wheels are original a nice historic vehicle.
No combat/solid rims, but would make someone a good parade jeep.
“Willys MB Army jeep
Runs well, drives and stops. It’s a great reenacting or parade jeep. It has a machine gun mount on the fender step as well. It needs a little touching up here and there as seen in the photos. Come take a look.
The machine gun in the pictures is a wooden replica and is included.”
UPDATE: **Status Unknown** Was $13,000
“1943 Willys MB Jeep, ¼ ton, 4×4. 12-volt electrical system. This Jeep has mostly original parts. The engine was totally rebuilt about 7 years ago from the ground up. All new pistons, rings, cam, bearings, oil pump and gaskets. Transmission was totally replaced 10 years ago. Tires have over 50% rubber.
The tub is original. It has several repairs.
This is a turn-key vehicle with many extras, including:
An extra hood
Rear axle housing
3 5-gallon buckets of miscellaneous parts
Plus many more extras too numerous to list here.
If you would like to take a look at this jeep seriously for purchase, please email me. This will be by appointment only. No low ball offers will be accepted.”
Looks parade ready.
“1944 Willys MB WWII Jeep. Absolutely beautifully restored by a renowned and highly experienced Jeep collector. This is NOT a reproduction body tub!!! Fenders, hood, grille, tub, radiator and all five combat rims are original! Motor and all running gear is original and in FULL running order. Built to late war rebuild specs (with a few F marked parts) and left clean without unit markings…those are for the new owner to choose! Comes with late type vacuum wipers. ORIGINAL SPEEDO! They do NOT come cleaner than this and believe us…this one won’t last long! Turn key ready and reliable. Price includes axe, shovel, fire extinguisher, canvas water bucket, new tires and brand new canvas top and seat cushions made by Beechwood Canvas with the proper C tip straps. Reflectors are even the correct type! Call us soon…”
Appears in good shape.
“Selling a real nice older restoration 1943 Willys MB jeep. It runs great and is used in parades and local car shows. I am restoring another vehicle and need the room in my shop. It has a correct original tub, WW2 engine, transmission and transfer case, correct original combat rims, and many other items. It has a clear title with it. It has been converted to 12 volts but comes with correct 6 volt generator and voltage regulator if someone wants to make it back to WW2 era specifications.”
“New tub , New motor , 90% restored have most parts to finish , runs great
UPDATE: **Status Unknown** Was $11,500
“Make an offer, motivated to sell.
– original body – hat channels need work
– Willys war engine – good compression,does not knock or smoke, recently replaced main bearing seal
– T-84 transmission – no shifting issues, recently replaced 1st/reverse gear and put new gasket
– 539s carb – recently rebuilt
– camo over paint 33070
– original leaf springs
– original registration number
– front bumper with oak reinforcement
– NOS desert surge tank
– new canvas top
– a pamphlet bag on the back of the passenger seat to hold the manuals
– manuals are in an original ordnance bag, they are an original /tM-803, repo 9-1803 A, 9-1803B
– original jack
– original dash mounted first aid kit
– Converted to 12 volt system
– 12 Volt Sparton Horn
– all gauges on dash work
– new fuel tank sending unit with Ohms matching gauge
– Rare 12 volt blackout light on driver side fender
– Electric windshield wipers
– fire extinguisher (driver side)
– decontaminator (under passenger seat)
– radio suppression box
– tire pump under rear seat
– oil can carrier along with original oil can under the hood
– rifle rack
– non-comabt 15″ steel rims with new 700-15 NDC tires
– original transfer case – leaks some oil”
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $15,000
“1944 willys military jeep. Authentic 30 caliber browning machine gun Fully restored,.parade ready. Over 20 K invested. Asking $15,000 or near reasonable offer.”
UPDATE: **Status Unknown** Was $8901.
Looks like a solid jeep.
“1946 Willys Jeep–All original–Runs great with many accessories and parts.
Owned for 20 years and garaged–Owner Passed Away–Emotional Family Sale.”
Looks in good in shape.
“Restored Willys Jeep. Still needs some minor touches to complete. Always stored inside. Motor has been completly rebuilt, transmission rebuilt, new body. Original frame, motor, transmission, and front grill everything else is new and bought from Willys Overland. Serious inquires only, not desperate to sell”
“1945 Willy Jeep Model MB. Restored to very good condition. Runs great, has recently been driven. $12,000 firm. Drive home a piece of history!”
UPDATE: Was $12,000. **Status Unknown**
This was brought back from Europe.
1943 Willys MB
Located in Carthage, NY
This is an original WW2 Jeep brought over from Europe in 2010. It was restored sometime in the late 80’s to early 90’s in Belgium. I bought it in Germany from one of my high school teachers in 2005 and over the years it has become part of the family. I have put a lot of time and money into this vehicle and hate to see it go but my life has taken an unexpected turn and the wife says I can’t sell one of the kids so here it is.
Seller provides videos and a link with more pics.
“This jeep is titled and registered (historic) in the state of NJ as a 1945 Willys MB. It was originally made by Willys for the US Army during WWII. Sensible, conservative frame-off resto in 2012. Starts, runs, shifts, steers, and stops great. No excessive smoke or leaks, no popping out of gear, and no rust. Primed with Rustoleum red oxide and finished with three coats of Gillespie 319. New repro (Beachwood OD 3) canvas seats. This is not a trailer queen. Turns heads in parades, at car shows, or as a daily runabout from April to October. Stored in heated garage on trickle charger every winter. If you’re a military buff, this jeep is ready for the hood and bumper stencils of your choice. If you just like old jeeps, this is the very first production model of the vehicle Enzo Ferrari called “America’s only true sports car.”
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $13,500.
(09/05/2015) Not a perfect restoration, but looks solid.
“1945 Willys MB full restoration, off the frame”
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $10,000.
Looks like a good parade jeep.
“Restored 1942 Willy’s Military Jeep. This jeep was restored about 10 years ago to full military dress. It has a new tub and fenders. It has very few miles on it and has always been garaged and maintained. All mechanicals are in excellent working order and it’s very fun to drive. I call this a parade jeep because it has glossy paint that is easy to keep clean and looks nice in parades but irritates the purists. There are also a few scratches and other details that make it a nice parade Jeep but not necessarily a show winner. If you’re looking for show winner, this one isn’t for you. But if you want a nice driver, this is your Jeep”
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $14,000
It’s missing its ‘Whilly’s’ steps.
“1945 Whillys Jeep. Runs good, looks good. See pictures. cash only. pick up only.”
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $8000
(06/24/2015) Some daylight pics would be a little more helpful 🙂
“IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR A ONCE IN A LIFETIME DEAL! YOU FOUND IT.
RUNS GREAT, DRIVES GREAT, LOOKS GREAT. ORIGINAL MILITARY ISSUED WILLY’S JEEP, HARD TO FIND IN THIS CONDITION. PLEASE CALL IF INTERESTED.”
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $6000
This looks to have potential for an easy restore or drive as is.
“1944 ww 2 willys MB jeep all original runs and goes down the road nice has been repainted 3 yrs ago It has been swapped to 12 v rebuilt tranny new clutch 2 spare oz military tires and rims comes with it also have the 6v gen. No doors or top 6000. no less”
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $17,250.
This was just listed over at warjeeps.com.
“Willys Overland wartime production with professionally rebuilt “Go Devil” engine, complete with new carburetor and refurbished fuel tank. Olive drab base coat and multiple parts make this World War II classic ready for your own finishing touches.”
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was listed at $18,500.
“This 1942 MB is a good daily driver that is perfect for your next parade. It is not a 100% stock MB, but it is a solid vehicle you can use as is or take your time restoring back to original. Here are some specs on the Jeep:
*A good daily driver and parade vehicle
*Estimated 44,000 miles
*Original body and drive train
*Spent most of its post WWII life in California
*New service brake system
*New parking brake
*New NDT tires and tubes (2)
*New canvas top and seat cushions
*All gauges work
*New fuel and speedometer gauges (reproduction speedometer has 309 miles; also have original speedometer with ~43,000 miles)
*New 12 volt alternator