Needs some work.
“Selling a 1943 WILLYS has a really nice rebuilt 1942 Ford F marked GPW engine runs and sounds like a Singer sewing machine f marked bellhousing and some other parts. We license this and drove all lights work including brake lights.
transmission is a t90 not the t84 original willys frame and 4×4 front and rear axle assembly original brake system I put all new wheel cylinders on it maybe brake pads had no brakes when I got it.
I went out and bought a hard top for it from Kentucky a cost of $600.00 you could sell it and use the money elsewhere. It fits nice with the later 46 windshield I have another split 46 windshield had no windshield
military tires and wheels the tub body needs restored it could be replaced with a reman or better tub.
have a set of F marked seat frames to go with it. correct restored oil canister and a few other wwii jeep items.
the frame is in great shape the front tips need replaced I would say it had a plow on it, it was light blue when I got it , I will throw in a plow for a willys as I have one. the gas tank has been removed and another type installed under the rear, the machinegun mount is still there.
when I got it and had the rear ends underneath the leaf springs they just need put back to original position. easy job This a great parts jeep or restore project this is real wwii the rare Ford GPW engine is worth quite a bit by itself.”