UPDATE: **SOLD** Was listed at $14,000.
“Engine matches frame, a full show quality restore. Comes with all British mods, racks, rifle clips, spare mount, take off steering wheel, trailer outlet, pumkin spot lite and road markers, Jerry cans and tools. Oil can, crank handle, tool roll with tools. 150 miles on rebuilt engine. Runs and drives great, all gauges work. Will also include all parts to put it into US configuration including orig F marked bumper, spare canvas top, US Jerry cans.
Has five new tires and tubes on combats rims, no expense was spared and a lot of time and love went into her. Have the dash Vickers K gun mount available for an extra charge if interested.”
Buz forwarded this flattie project. My guess was this had a replacement body, but the MB/GPW fenders make me wonder if the body is an original body as well. The chassis appears to be CJ.
“This is a jeep that was reconstructed from different jeeps according to the previous owner. This Jeep comes with a Bill Of Sale Only. The Jeep cranks over but needs timing. Please contact Andrew Kelly at the number listed below if you have any questions regarding this item. Item is being sold As-Is. Great project for somebody.”
UPDATE: Price dropped to $2700
(07/14/2014) Seller has other jeep parts for sale, too.
“1942 Jeep – Ford GPW with small block Chevy (265 cid) manual 3 speed, hi-low 4×4 transfer case. Solid original body and windshield.”
Ran when parked.
“1945 Willys Jeep.
This is an awesome little jeep. It was made during the WWII era, but never was shipped over seas. These jeeps will climb anything and are rare and hard to find.
Needs a transfer case, engine ran when it was parked over 20 yrs ago. Requires plenty of work, but has all the pieces with it. I only have a bill of sale
Will trade for guns, may consider other things.
1200 Or Best Offer. Cash talks.“
The dash on this is customized flattie is unusual.
“Up for sale we have a well upgraded custom 1945 Willy’s Jeep. This Jeep has a 1969 Buick V6 229 Engine with the original Transfer Case. The Transmission in this Jeep is a Manual GM Granny 4-Speed tranny; to support the torque of this motor you have a heavy duty rear drive line, a Air locker front axle, and a Detroit locker rear axle. This Jeep has a Pre-78′ Chevy Steering column with the ignition switch in the column and the power steering is fully functional. This Jeep is ready for the fun in the sun, go out in style with the confidence Jeeps were founded on.
Fully Fabricated Front Bumper Air Tank
Removable Cooler Rack (Was Originally Assembled to be permanent)”
The body’s a little funky.
“VIN# GPN255918 on ENGINE – BLOCK LOOKS GOOD, TURNS OVER, DISSASSEMBLED – NEEDS OVERHAUL – FRAME LOOKS GOOD.”
Other parts included.
“1945 Ford Jeep WWII Body. Has surface rust and body appears in good condition, not junk. Good for restoration. Many other parts as well, (Hood, Fenders, etc) Pickup only”
The auction occurs Saturday, August 16, at 10am.
“Auction Open to the Public
Autos – Trucks – Boats
Tools & Shop Equipment – Firearms
Estate Items – Antiques – Collectibles
Household Furniture – Estate Collections
Sat., August 16, 2014 9:00 a.m.
VIEWING ONLY: Fri. August 15, , 10:00 a.m. until 4 p.m.
Preview: Sat. 8:00 a.m. until auction
To Be Held At: Stokes Auction Acres
8398 SE Spring Creek Road, Port Orchard, WA”
1943 GPW before its restoration.
1943 GPW after its restoration.
Here’s a 1943 GPW that I featured on eWillys back in 2010. It was rough and had a funky windshield. I was sure it was headed for a car crusher.
Instead, someone bought this off of ebay and restored it! Mario, now the proud owner, purchased this from the rebuilder and was looking through eWillys when he stumbled upon the original post from 2010. So, here’s the original post on eBay, plus the after photos. If anyone knows any more history about this GPW, please let Mario know by commenting below the post. Thanks!
“Up for auction is a 1943 Military syle Ford Jeep. Once owned by Edward White who I was told was a Military Commander. Clean Title. Vehicle has been sitting for a number of years and is in need of full restore. Engine has been pulled and disassembled but looks to be complete and comes with Vehicle. Drivers side has a couple bullet holes for authenticity. Body has rust but can be replaced with reproduction style, which can be purchased online. Engine may be able to be rebuilt however I was told you can purchase military surplus crate motor but haven’t researched enough to tell you where. Engine number on Title matches number etched on block ( GPW98036 )while the engine casting number is GPW-6015.”
MORE BEFORE RESTORATION PHOTOS:
MORE AFTER RESTORATION PHOTOS:
UPDATE: Still Available
(07/31/2014) This has a variety of updates, including a Ford inline 6 motor. The original dash appears to have been covered or replaced. More pics at the auction site.
UPDATE: Still Available
(08/09/2014) This GPW has some mods.
“I have an 80% completed 1945 Ford GPW (Willys) jeep for sale. I’ve been working on this jeep for the past 2 years and brought it back to life with a new paint job and engine work. It has a 289 V-8 out of a mustang that has been cleaned up with new gaskets and a thorough cleaning. Lot’s of new parts and many extras that come with it! Needs just a few more things before this can be back on the road. All the hard work is done!! Come on over if you want to check it out.
You’ve got to see this jeep, it’s almost ready for the road!
It was a military jeep so it had the star on the hood. I have the decal for the star also!
$4,500 OBO, 1st baby due very soon so I need this jeep gone! Price negotiable!!!
Call or text Scott“
UPDATE: Still Available
“Jeep 1944 willy made by ford
one of a kind
car is in very good shape, engine rebuild.
world war 2
runs great lift it few inches
manual original gear shifting
buick skylart engine v6
new gas pump, tune up done 2month ago.
new gas filter.
will trade for convertible.”
It’s a solid GPW, but isn’t entirely stock. The jeep includes an air suspension.
“Posting my 1942 ford GPW in excellent condition. Military predecessor to the Willys jeep cj2a Purchased several years ago from a body shop owner in Maine who restored it. It is in excellent condition. Some improvements are the 12v conversion, and air suspension set up. You can ad air to raise/ lower the ride height. Also makes for a very comfortable ride. The paint (dark green) makes it look like civilian, and the floor has been replaced with diamond plate steel along time ago. Would not take much to get it back to military condition. It starts and drives fine. 4wd hi/lo work as they should. I have only driven it in parades and occasionally around the neighborhood since I have owned it. The jeep is in good as condition (although civilian style) as it could be with a perfect paint job and no rust at all. It is garaged and covered 100% of the time. My intention was to return to military style, but i have too many toys to give this one the attention it deserves. I never registered it this year, but I will soon and get a sticker so you know it will pass.”
Has a rattle noise.
“1942 Willys military jeep with the Ford Motor it ran great until it started making a rattling noise in the motor about a year ago I parked it and I just haven’t had any time to rebuild it and I don’t want it to sit here and rot so if you’re interested please contact me”
UPDATE II: Parts still Available. Seller has three tubs.
“I have 3 Ford GPW tubs or bodies from World War 2. Plan on being at the Military show and swap meet in Effingham on Aug. 22-23. ANY interest in any of these bodies, I will bring them, otherwise they will stay home in WATSEKA. ILLINOIS, 60970. Take choice for $300 each and one is only $200. Two of them are script tubs. Let me know. Thanks”
UPDATE (06/19/2014) : Justin notes this seller has all kinds of MB & GPW parts. “I bought a GPW grill yesterday from this guy named Sam. He has any MB, GPW or civilian part you would need and he has multiples of each. From rolling frames, any F script marked parts, engines, trannys, anything you are looking for he has for sale. He is not “giving away” anything, but is very reasonably priced. He has quite a stockpile of great parts!”
Original Post (06/12/2014): Lots of stuff here. The jeep looks like it could use some work.
“I plan on attending the Military Swap Meet in late August there in Effingham. Will be bringing fenders, grills, axles, small parts, etc. Is there any interest in these large hard to load items?? Tubs, frames, axles, etc. ??? ALL WW2 Military Jeep original parts.”
UPDATE: Also listed at warjeeps.com
It’s listed as a 1950 (no model) and a 1945 C2. Looks more like a MB.
“I have for sale a 1950 willys jeep. It is originally from California so it has no rust what so ever it has a Buick crate v6 like the motor that would go into a cj5 and a turbo 350 transmission with the original twin stick transfercase. All suspension is original . Very good driving jeep you can drive it down the interstate no problem. I will post more pictures tonight looking for $7900 let me know serious inquiries only thanks.”
This could be a good price.
“This is a project. My husband packed it home as a project and it has set here long enough. He has been told it is time to go. Only asking what he spent 400. No title. Will provide bill of sale. Can be looked at after 5 pm weekdays and have more time on weekends. Text or call. Everything told to me is that this is a 1942 Ford GPW. “
Listed as a 1942, at a minimum the frame appears to be GPW.
“1942 Willys Jeep
All Parts are Here
$1300 OBO or Trade”
The hood appears to have a dent on the passenger rear side.
“WWII 1942 Ford GPW Military Jeep
Runs and drives and stops great.
All gauges work.
“F” marked bolts throughout
It’s got a few mods, but appears solid.
“1942 Ford GPW WW2 Jeep aka “Script”
We don’t need to go into the history of Jeeps in order to enlighten you on how rare these models are. This is for the individual who knows what this is and is wanting to not have to spend over $20k to get a good one.
No pics provided.
“Army, Ford, Project-frame, engine, transmission, axles, miscellaneous.”
No pics provided.
“WW II Jeep owned by WWII veteran!!! This jeep is in great condition!!! It has brand new tires, brakes, and new gears in the transmission. Owned by a mechanic for 47 years. I have five tires and wheels for this jeep. I also have lots of extra parts. Must see to appreciate!”
Looks parade ready.
“1944 Ford WW2 Jeep
Accessories include…crank handle, Brass Fire Extinguisher.
Older restoration kept in great condition. Recent brake cylinder and shoe replacement. Has good, rebuilt Willy’s engine. WW2 block.
This would compliment any car collection and is ready for parades, show and shines, or just plain old running around in.
The second gear in this one does jump out under load. Owner is willing to negotiate price due to this.
Asking $16,500 obo.”
No pics provided. All are for sale, but seller wants to rebuild them as well.
“JEEPS, JEEPS, JEEPS! -
From the very First ’41 Slatt Grill to the last years of the CJ….I have them!!!
1941 – the 1st WWII Willy’s
1943 – an early Ford model
1972 – CJ5
1978 – CJ5
1983 – CJ5
1984 – CJ7
If you don’t know anything about the 1941 WWII Jeeps, please do YOUR OWN research!
All these jeeps are for sale.
I would like to custom build each jeep for each customer.
The closest JEEP to being finished is the 1978 CJ5.
I am doing the paint work now, its a frame off restoration
60 over 258 inline, 6 lockers, posi. with ride right springs.
CASH is King!!”
Runs and drives, but needs some TLC.
“For your consideration, a WW2 jeep, a Ford GPW, DOD 6/11/1945. This is a running vehicle, licensed and clear title, but needs some TLC, of course. It has matching serial numbers of engine, body, and frame. The engine is a recent rebuild with about 100 miles on it. The body is in fair shape and has many F marked parts. The bumper is not original and the rare crossmember is missing. It has been converted to 12 volt key start, and has an upgrade T-90 transmission. It has turn signals, hazards, seat belts, and an electric WS wiper for the driver side. It has aftermarket vinyl top and doors. The jeep has been outfitted with 11″ brakes and Rancho springs and shocks. There is a new master cylinder, new left wheel cylinder, new flexible left brake line. The fuel system has an original fuel tank, boiled out and relined, new fuel line with additional fuel filter inline, new fuel pump, rebuilt original Carter W-O carburetor. The air filter has been overhauled. The front seats are overstuffed naugahyde. It could probably use new tires soon. It can be a candidate for retro to original WW2 configuration, or continue with what you have. “