UPDATE: Was $13,000. **Status Unknown**
(05/21/2015) Looks nice.
“jeep runs and looks great.”
Seller mistakenly listed this as a M-38A1.
“I’m selling my M38A1 jeep with a clear title and collector plates.It is in great shape and runs great.I have all five original military tires w/tubes,the frame for the canvas top but no canvas,axe and shovel that strap to the sides of the vehicle,back seat,tow bar.All the lights work including night lights,all the gauges work,horn works,two new batteries last week,new muffler from Midwest Military.I am open to offers so if you’re interested give me a shout.Thanks.”
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $4100
(10/01/2013) This may be good for the price.
“Motivated to sell
Model: Willys 1951 M38
Engine: 350 Chevy
Rebuilt transmission, 3 speed with overdrive, 4 x 4, minimum rust, 4 new tires, and new aluminum wheels.
Custom made rear bumper and tire carrier.
Mark just listed this at warjeeps.com
“It is a very correct Nut and Bolt Restoration. The Restoration is now several years ago and it shows some wear here and there. It has a Snorkel and a high Exhaust System and all Components are there for fording. It comes with a Military Radio with a tall Antenna as well as a Canvas Top, side Covers and Doors. Though the Doors show some age, they could be original. Further it has a Siren, Primer Pump, Heater, (not installed), Fire Extinguisher, Grease Pump, Shovel and Axe, as well as a Spare Tire and a 5 Gal. Jerry Can. The Willys starts right away and drives fine. It has the correct 24 Volt System. The Body is original, not a reproduction, it is very straight, solid and without any patch Panels. The Engine, Transmission and Transfer Case are in very good condition. The Brakes have been serviced recently and the Brake Fluid has been replaced with Silicone Fluid. It has been meticulously restored several years ago and now shows signs of usage. It would be a great addition for a Car Collector or Military Memorabilia Collector. Please contact me if you have more Questions or want some more pictures. Point of Sale is Daytona Beach. I can assist in shipping. Worldwide!”
UPDATE: Was $16,000. **Status Unknown**
“1951 M-38 Jeep – Hurricane Flat Head 4 cyl. , 65 hp. engine .
Ground up restoration in 2009.
Drives and runs great, approx. 2000 miles on total restoration.”
UPDATE: Price dropped to $9500.
(04/09/2015) Looks solid.
“Great Korean War vintage 1952 M38 Jeep. This is military surplus, not a CJ-2 civilian model. Very fun to drive, unrestored, all original except for a new gas tank. New batteries, 24v system. Great to run around the farm or put in a parade. Dull OD green, not a shiney finish to attract the enemies’ attention. My wife did not like driving it near as much as I did.”
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $4800.
(09/29/2014) Looks solid and pretty original.
“Includes original rear seat and soft top not pictured”
Mark listed this M-38 at warjeeps.com
“M38 Jeep in very good condition and drives great. Garage kept, no rust or fiberglass and no dents. Well maintained and title in hand.”
The seller notes the jeep only has 5,556 original miles.
“1951 M38 Willys Jeep fully titled and plated with antique plates. New canvas top and seats with two new batteries. All working parts and new tires. Original engine and transmission with 5,556 original miles. Runs well and has been used in local parades by a Marine Corps organization. No reproduction parts, all original body with a 24 volt electrical system. Ready to get in and drive.”
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $7500
(02/26/2015) I think this has a replacement body with an early CJ-2A grille. Looks like a solid rig.
“I’m selling my 1949 Willys jeep, 9,000 miles on rebuilt. Tera low kit in transfer case. Winch with remote. Warn overdrive. Air locker on rear end. Power steering. New wheels with spare tire. ETC. Garage kept, very clean and well taken care of. I am asking 7,500 firm offer. Feel free to call me for offers, please don’t call me after 8:00 pm during the week. ”
UPDATE: This M-38 was sold March 28th at an in-person-auction.
“Upcoming Auction – Saturday, March 28 10 a.m at 1036 S FM 331, Sealy, Tx. (3 miles north of Sealy on Hwy 36, then 1 mile east on FM 331). We have a little of everything: Tractors, Trailers, Vehicles, ATVs, Hay Equipment, Row Crop Equipment, Shredders, Livestock Equipment, Tools & Miscellaneous.”
UPDATE: Still Available.
(09/29/2014) Looks solid. One cylinder has low compression.
“Run good. Has low compression in 1 cylinder. I think it has a stuck valve. Still 24 volt. New gas tank. I have all the top bows but needs canvas. New tires, hoses, belts, ignition parts and exhaust. Carb and fuel pump have been rebuilt. Lost interest and garage space.”
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $12,000
This was sold at a public auction back in 2011.
“Nice restored Willy’s Jeep Tribute that was restored a few years ago. Great running and a complete history of the restoration. Located in Des Moines, and is available for viewing.”
UPDATE: **Status Unknown** Was $10,000
(11/03/2014) Looks good.
“I have a completely restored 1952 M38 soft top military jeep for sale. Only have 2 left they’re selling like hot cakes. Everything on it is all original has a brand new paint job on it. Here’s a few pictures. Located off of International Airport Road. I’m asking $10,000 cash only sale please. I will not accept any kind of checks or anything. ”
This is a one-owner M-38 purchased at auction in 1953. Learn more about it at Hanson Mechanical.
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $6500.
Nice looking jeep with updates.
“1952 WILLYS JEEP. I AQUIRED THIS JEEP IN A TRADE WITH GENTLEMAN THAT HAD OWNED IT FOR A NUMBER OF YEARS AND HAVE A FOLDER FULL OF PAPERWORK OF THINGS DONE TO THIS JEEP.
THIS IS A 1952 WILLYS JEEP ON A 1962 MAIL CARRIER FRAME(WHICH I WAS TOLD AND DOING RESEARCH IS STRONGER). THE BODY IS ORIGINAL BUT EVERYTHING ELSE HAS BEEN UPDATED OR UPGRADED SOMEHOW.
Has a very large bumper on the back.
“I have a very nice 1950 willies military M38A1 lifted steel rims almost new tires new lift kit new exhaust lots of work done. Also have a race trailer with permanent trailer tag all black with the box on the front and tire rack, and has a winch with very heavy duty ramps…..
looking to sell them as a package. S10K OBO
might consider a partial trade.”
“original drive train runs good. too many new items to list. Here are a few
upholstery. original canvas and color
paint. bed liner paint. durable for offroading
fuel system including tank and carburetor
tires. original military
black out lights
if you like to be in parades, this is the ride for you. this jeep has been in three parades so far this year.
Very good off road. this was the original off road vehicle.”
UPDATE: Was $6000 **SOLD**
(01/05/2015) Looks like a good price.
“Fully restored 1953 Army Jeep asking $6000. It’s about 95% original parts if you have any questions please text.”
UPDATE: Still Available
(10/23/2014) Has a variety of customizations. Not much M-38 here.
“289 C4 Automatic
Interior: Black Vinyl
Bumper Hitch Mounted Spare Tire”
“1952 “Willys M38” military jeep that has been completely restored and in
excellent condition stored in a garage. This jeep was monogramed from Can
Tho Vietnam and features paint, upholstery, rubber kit, tires, right hand wheel
studs, wire kit, brake shoes, gas tank cleanout, radiator hoses, water thermostat,
generator, regulator, head and tail lights, light bulbs and the “original plaques”. ”
This one is parade ready.
“completely solid MC M38 Army jeep, not a look alike. these were the direct decedent of the MB WWII JEEP, used during the Korean War and Vietnam, they were replaced by the M38A1 and M151. converted to 12volt. many new parts with mild restoration. runs drives great. you will see many willys for sale out there, but this is the real deal. $10500 cash or possible partial trade for something equally as cool. Bill of sale only as Georgia does not issue titles for vehicles this old, it is licensed and insured in my name. NO CARS, NO JUNK.”
UPDATE: Was $12,000. **Status Unknown**
Looks parade ready.
“What you are looking at is a motor pool restored 1950 Willys M38 Jeep. This Jeep is very original will nearly every part from the day it was built by Willys. This was a frame off restoration. Clear title. Ready to go anywhere.
UPDATE: Was $10000. **SOLD**
Looks solid, though it is missing part of the grille hinge that attaches to the frame.