UPDATE: Looks to have a replacement body. Was $5000. **SOLD**
This looks like it is in very good condition. Not totally stock …
“HAS BEEN SITTING IN GARAGE NEED TO MAKE ROOM COME AND LOOK AT THIS BEAUTY!! HAVE ALL INVOICES OF ALL WORK DONE AND PUT INTO. MAKE ME AN OFFER”
This looks like a M-38 to me, rather than a CJ-3A as indicated by the seller. I wouldn’t mind seeing some more pics of this.
“Real straight cj3a flat fendar jeep v-6 225 w/overdrive , starts right up, runs a little rough on the high end but it needs to flush out old gas for it has been seting for many years, last lic. tabs on jeep was 1980 . no visable rust at all .seats look like brand new . real cool dual feul can and spare tire swing a way . Its going to the moonshiners swap meet march 7th. at the puyallp fair grounds, it won’t last long . 253 370-7656/Bob/ 253 926-0447″
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $17,000
Here’s a nice looking combo.
“1951 Willys Army Jeep and Trailer – like new. Loaded with radio and other gear as deployed. Recent new belts, hoses and gaskets”
Here’s a nice looking M-38.
“Willys m-38 marine corps jeep.Runs good. Call 727-487-3983”
UPDATE: Price dropped to $7000
Lots of nice upgrades and changes. For stainless lovers, note the stainless parts.
“This Jeep is set up for Trail or Street. It has Detroit lockers, Dana’s, Fuel cell with Floating pick up, 225 Buick with Holley carb, Stainless Steel Hood, Windshield Frame, and Grill. It also has Best Top Bucket Seats, Warn 8,000lb winch, Warn Overdrive, Power steering, Disc Brakes with Power Locks, and Super Swampers on Ultra Polished 10″ Wheels. Lots of Accessories. Call Tim @ 253-651-7977.”
This is a CJ-3A that’s been nicely altered into a M-38 clone.
“1953 M38 CLONE, Rust free, 225 V6, Over drive,”
This looks in good condition.
“1951 WILLYS MODEL 38, 1951 Jeep M38 made by Willys. Desert sand, black canvas top with doors. Good military tread tires and canvas seat covers. Working wipers and military black out lights. Same owner for 11 years. For more information please call Roger or Bob at 229-382-4750″
View all the pics at AutoTrader
This looks well maintained. The top has at least one sizeable hole in the back.
“1952 JEEP WAS TOLD IT WAS SAME AS MILITARY IT HAS FLATHEAD FOUR JEEP MOTOR 3SPD TRANS WITH HIGH LOW AND IN OUT 4X4 TRANS CASE THIS VEHICLE RESOTRATION IS 6 YEARS OLD IT HAS SOME FLAWSA IN PAINT BEHIND FRT FENDER PAINT HAS 2 SPOTS THAT NEED TO BE FIXED FOR A PERFECT PAINT JOB AND AS YOU WILL SEE IN PICS THE INTERIOR IS NOT DONE ANDREAR WINDOWS IN SOFT CAB NEED TO BE REPLACED. NOW FOR THE GOOD STARTS GREAT IDLES PERFECT ACCELERATES WELL SHIFTS GOOD CLUTCH IS GOOD TRANSFER CASE WORKS TIRES ARE GOOD (ALITTLE WEATHERCHECKED) RUNS DOWN THE ROAD STRAIGHT IS A VERY CLEAN PIECE AND NOT MUCH LEFT TO MAKE IT PERFECT. QUESTIONS PLEASE CALL 320-732-4098 NEAL”
View all the pics at eBay
This looks pretty nice.
“1951 M38 DEL. 12-1-51. GROUND UP RESTORATION 2006 805 MILES. EQUIP. GUN SCABBORD WINTER TOP, SNORKEL KIT, AXE AND SHOVEL ALL NOS PARTS USED AT RESTORATION WITH NEW RUBBER COMPONENTS. Jeep came from Korean Conflict and has 5 bullet holes under driver seat. Please contact Don Hall at Willy’s Restoration (541-336-5869 – restorer) in Toledo, OR, or Mark (650-353-0987- Owner). Jeep is located in Toledo, OR.”
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $8000
There’s been a variety of upgrades on this jeep.
“… When we first got this jeep, it was in pretty rough shape and close to 100 holes were filled in on the body from various things being mounted/removed over the years (blackout lights, etc etc) Virtually all of the work to it was done by either myself, my stepbrother, or a pro shop. I cant remember exactly how many miles are on it “after build”, but I’m guessing the motor/rebuilt tranny has about 5k, the brake system (entirely replaced at time of conversion) about 2k, tires about 2k. again, this is a toy that was hardly ever used.
Here’s the parts list: Chevy 305 HO from a mid 80’s Camaro Z28 installed by Joe White’s Performance Automotive (THE place to go back in the day) motor had to be canted and fenders pushed out to make fit. remote oil and fuel filters, extra griffin aluminum racing radiator we never installed comes with it. the motor had less than 500 miles on it when we got it, Corvette clutch and pressure plate in 3 speed manual transmission, factory twin stick transfer case, custom rear drive shaft with CV joint built by Austin Drive Train, factory dana 25 front axle with Warn premium hubs, factory dana 30 rear axle with Detroit Locker, 5.13 gears front/rear, 11″ drum brake conversion all the way around (now it stops right!) with new master cylinder at time of install …..”
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $6500.
“46 willys low hood cj3a jeep. new paint forest green. sbc400 w/turbo 400 auto trans and dana 20 trans case. dana 44 rear end, disc brake 30 front end. springs off 76 cj outside of frame in the back. re-inforced frame,power steering, bucket seats, back seat, 33×12.5×15 tires with about 85-90 % tread.MSD ignition,4 core radiator, new dual exhaust, bedliner inside, dual tanks,cb,cd player with marine cover, sealed beam led taillights. jeep is loaded and way cheaper than u could ever build. very nice. Never had a top on other than bikini top. keywords cj, jeep, willys, low hood,”
It looks good, but the image compression makes the body look rough.
“1951 Willys M38 World War II Army Jeep. Parade quality. 30 cal. resin machine gun for looks. Drives and runs good. Call for more information or to see (608) 362-3267.”
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was on eBay.
“This is a very fun and interesting Willys The frame is a 1959 Willys CJ3A. The body tub is a good quality reproduction. The engine is the highly desirable Buick 231CID V6 in good running condition with LOTS of power. The transmission is a manual 4 speed. The transfer case is single stick. The front axle is open Knuckle. The steering has been upgraded. Brakes are 11 inch. The gas tank is a big one under the rear floor….”
This build is for sale on eBay. There are plenty of pics. Note the m606 in the background of one of the ebay pics.
“This is a really unique combination of old and new and we’ve had a ton of fun in it. This rig started it’s life as a military M38 until the previous owner started modifying it as a back country rock crawler. When we got it, it had wasn’t much to look at, was missing a windshield but ran and drove so well we had to have it. It is heavily modified to be a safe, comfortable, go anywhere ride. We call it The Rhino Hunter as it has effortlessly shamed a few ORVs in the mud and rocks…”