There are four different vehicles. I believe they are being sold as a lot.
“I have several jeeps and many parts, I have running driving jeep CJ7 has rebuilt 258 straight 6, and 3 speed. tub is in very good condition, has new brakes all around, new ignition, new coil, distributor, alt, and fuel pump, this was a military surplus vehicle as is all of the jeeps I have. I have a 1946 CJ2a, 1967 CJ5 Army MP, and a M151A1 Mutt. I have some pictures and will get more as I can. I have 2 military trailers I think they are m416 but I will look for the plates. Call or text if interested in any or want more info.”
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $6000.
This might interest someone.
“This is a rare barn find.
1968 Ford Military M151 Jeep. Also known as a MUTT.
You see it as we found it.
4 cyl engine
With 4 wheel independent suspension.
It is basically all original. Has the original 24 volt system.
Comes with all the military manuals.
We do have a new top, still in the box from the owner, that goes with this jeep.
We also have the original doors and side curtains. They are intact and working.
We did give it an oil change, 2 new batteries, new water pump and master cylinder.
This would be a great hunting/ camping rig. A great desert runner.
It starts, runs and drives.
Has a clean Arizona title!!!!!
Please note: My phone is NOT a smart phone so I do not receive texts or email alerts.
It is best to call me as I might not see an email until later in the day. ”
UPDATE: **Status Unknown** Was $6400.
I couldn’t say if this is a good price or not, but it runs and drives.
“For Sale: M151, Five new NDCC tires, NOS wiper motors and blades,vinyl top,side mirrors.Runs and drives,all lights and directionals work. Some spares included.”
For M-151 folks this should be an interesting document.
“Here I have a prohibitively RARE
(1 of only 4 Copies Made)
Updated Proposal by Kaiser / Willys Motors
Proposal for the M151 Jeep Government Contract.
Check out the photos and you will note that this books consists of
A Leather Cover containing:
An introductory letter indicating that this was introduced “in Quadruplilcate” notes addressing issues with the original proposal including dates of telegraphs sent in reference to this publication.
This letter has bee added to the original Proposal as the first page in a comb-style binder. This is turn is inserted into the leather cover.
TRUCK, UTILITY, ¼ TON, 4×4, M151
KAISER WILLYS MOTORS
WILLYS MOTORS INC OCTOBER 1962
Book is approximately 60 pages.
Leather cover measures about 11 ½ x 9 inches”
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UPDATE: Still Available.
John’s selling his M-151 and trailer. You can reach him at 775-297-3126.
“I have a 1962 ford m151 and 1967 trailer. Jeep has uncut tub but their is rust and damage.
Jeep has rebuilt engine new clutch new brakes jeep comes with soft top.
clear titles for truck and trailer. Has some heater parts and two pumpkins in back of jeep extra and other small pieces, as well.”
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $10,000
Don spotted this M-151.
“For sale is my 1961 FORD Military 1/4 ton tactical vehicle M 151 or “Mutt”. Clear PA title! NEVER CUT!!! New wiring harness. 4wd works, motor purrs right along. Typical Mutt rust, leaks/drips… battery box, hat channels, minor body rust and dings. Comes with top, doors, side curtains extra wheels and tires, manuals.
The blue light and siren are for show only and don’t work, the Mutt is mocked up to be a Military Police vehicle. Not shown is a full sized, white/black magnetic strip that says MILITARY POLICE which goes on the windshield, right below the glass. I had that made from an original reflective door decal from Fort Campbell, circa 70-‘s when I was an MP located there, and is just how our jeeps were marked then. …
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $3000.
It doesn’t run, but it’s possible that there isn’t anything too difficult to fix.
“1966 Ford military Jeep with a clear title. It was running when I parked it 3or4 years ago. We used it on the farm but it would be good to use in parades or just driving around. It needs some work but if you are good with mechanical things, this will make you a nice vehicle. Look at the pictures and call if you have questions”
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $6995.
This looks like a good price.
“1967 M151 A1 Military Jeep a Survivor, Ax & Shovel, Gas Can, Seat belts, New Tires and Batteries, 24 Volt system easy. Rungs Great everything works all lights. asking 6995.00. Any question give me a shout. Has the Snorkel Intake and High Exhaust a rear Find….
I also have a very nice restored M151A2”
Looks like the driver is having fun.
” 1954 Ford Motor Company Tests New Jeep For Army Ordnance Corps Press Photo. You are bidding on an original press photo of Ford Motor Company Tests New Jeep For Army Ordnance Corps. It shows the jeep flying around the Ford Motor proving grounds track. Photo measures 8 x 10 inches and is dated 9/16/1954.”
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UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $5500.
“I have extra parts, gauges, full soft top and bow assembly and a half a crushed a2. Also have nos rear shocks. Rear seat is included but not in pic. Doesn’t appear to have ever been cut or crushed.”
UPDATE: Status Unknown. Was $19,900
“~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~HERE IS A ~RARE~1961 FORD M718 ARMY JEEP AMBULANCE~~~~~~
THIS “UN-CUT” JEEP HAD A DOWN TO FRAME RESTORATION 7 YEARS AGO PERFORMED BY RICK REEVES IN SUMMERDALE, AL., VALUED AT $18,000. RESTORATION INCLUDED:
PURCHASE OF THE JEEP
NEW SIDE PANELS
BOTH FLOOR PANELS (ORIGINAL DRAIN HOLES REPLACED)
REAR CORNER LIFTING BRACKETS
UNDERBODY REINFORCING KIT
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $5000
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”
UPDATE: **SOLD** for $6600.
Marc spotted this body for sale. It might be the same body that was discussed in this G-838 thread.
“This may be your last opportunity to own a new old stock (NOS) M151A2 replacement body. As near as I can tell, this is one of the last three known to exist.
If you know anything about the M151 series of vehicles, you’re probably aware that it is a unibody constructed Jeep. That means that it did not have a separate frame. The the radiator, engine and transmission, drive can train and suspension components were all bolted directly to the body. While that saved some weight, it made it doubly important that the strength of the body was not compromised by rust. Unfortunately,a M151 body has all kinds of nooks and crannies to trap mud and moisture and start the corrosion process, however, this M151 body is clean as a whistle! Brand new, never been used!! It doesn’t get any better than this!!!
I can deliver this body to a buyer who is traveling to the Military Vehicle Preservation Association meet at Camp Delta this year April 20-26. Camp Delta is in Lodi California.
This body would be a great start for an all NOS parts (they are all available !) constructed brand-new M151A2 Jeep with 0 miles. The only one on the planet!”
UPDATE: **SOLD** Were $3450.
Looks like a good price. Runs and drives.
“1967 Ford M151A1 Vietnam era Military Jeep. Delivery date of 12-67. Initially procured and used by the US Army, later transferred to the US Navy and used by the United States Marine Corps. (I verified this through a recognized expert on this series of jeeps). Still has the USMC front bumper, different from the US Army setup.
I don’t know how rare these are, but I imagine there can’t be too many left.
“I have an M151 engine and Zenith carb. Which I believe have never been installed. The fellow I got it from uncrated it (nooooooooo!) a couple of years ago. Notice the picture of the valve and the original green ord. oil filter.”
UPDATE: The XM-384 seems to be both a Mutt variant prototype along with the trailer. Leo found these photos that include the Mutt variant with its trailer. He found the photos on G503.
Steve spotted this unique trailer. According to the seller, this is a one-of-a-kind trailer. It was manufactured by Detroit Arsenal and built from aluminum.
“This is the trailer built for experimental Vechicle XM384 1957 (Detroit Arsenal). Its one of one. No others where ever built.”
UPDATE: **Status Unknown** Was $2500.
Sounds like this runs and drives.
“Willys jeep ready to off road.”
UPDATE: **SOLD**. Was $3500.
There could be value here. Note the WWII reference.
“I have an army jeep from WWII for sale. Used it at my farm house but no longer have the farm so it has been sitting in my yard. Hasn’t been started in over a year. I don’t have time to mess around with it anymore so I am selling it. Asking $3500 Obo.”
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $4000.
It’s not starting, but for the price this could be a good deal if the fix is simple.
“1965 ford mutt army jeep. Israeli army airborne style . All the gear on pics come with jeep . Selling as is . Jeep was parked in July and was not driven since . Will turn but won’t start . ”
UPDATE: **Sold** Was $6000.
Eric spotted this good-priced M-151.
“1971 Army AMC Jeep built for the Vietnam war, recommissioned for Desert Storm. Only 32,144 miles runs great, great condition inside and out. More info, pics, test drive etc available upon request.”
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $2500.
No title, but may be a good price.
“I have too many toys and need to give one up to a good home. It’s an AM General MUTT, M151 A2. It has been approved in the state of Washington to be street legal and road worthy. It sat for 25 years in a barn before I got it and the owner lost the original title. It now has been registered with the state and on the waiting period for pink slip, but vehicle can still be sold. It has the collector plate on it now and that too can be transferred over to the new buyer.
I had the tank cut, cleaned and gel coated. It was really bad. The tires are original and so is the hoses and tubing. It runs great, but being what it is, it’s not a daily driver. LOL I really believe it’s all original. The carburetor does need to be rebuilt, because it really is sluggish on the road. I did install two aftermarket batteries because the others were not original so I didn’t worry about it too much. It is a 24v system. Other than that, it’s available for you to take it home today. Yes you can drive it home, but until you get use to it, I would suggest you use a flat bed. I do drive it to the store every once in a while and get people talking to me a lot about it or I get a lot of thumbs up going down the road.”
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $1500.
Jim spotted this good price on a pair of M-151s projects or parts jeeps.
“Pair of M151MUTTs one was produced by Willys which is a 63 model. The other was produced by Ford and was built in 66. Both are uncut. Neither run. The 66 has a title but the 63 does not. There are spare parts and a spare complete power pack which consists of radiator engine and transmission.“
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was on eBay
This is an interesting design.
“You are bidding on an original press photo from 2013 featuring The quarter ton Ford XM151 “Jeep” developed for the Army Ordinance by Ford Motor Co, undergoes tests at Aberdeen roving Grounds in 1954. A new four speed forward transmission and overhead valve engine provide increased performance. . Photo is 16.5 x 12.5 in size.”