Jim looked at this M-151 the other day. It may be a good buy for the right person.
He wrote, Wanted to share with the eWillys crew. I visited this M151 yesterday (19 April), and ultimately passed on it, as it will need panel patching for the lower panel rust holes. Jeep runs, matter of fact it started right up and smooth idle. It has been in family for some time, and has a lot of trail time, resulting in the angle iron lower rocker panel reinforcements. Ad has more information. I would recommend the jeep to any interested party who doesn’t mind the pin holes, or can repair the panels themselves. A fair price for a registered, running M151!
The owner asked to have his name and number available as well. Garrett, call or text @ (805) 218-5061.
Ad text: “Selling uncut 1970 M151 A1. This is a Vietnam Era Army Jeep made by Ford, it is 4×4 with independent suspension front and rear.
Nearly stock except for a hoop style roll bar made of 1.75″ 120 wall d.o.m. as well as some angle iron guards just below the driver and passenger doors which unbolt.
Has the deep water fording kit as well as full soft top.
There are some of the usual rust spots, mainly on the front floorboards which I will include a picture of. Nothing major.
It runs great and is totally capable of heading up to the mountains so or cruising around town.
It has current registration with clean title”