UPDATE: Price dropped to $17,000.
Looks parade ready.
“THIS IS A GREAT PARADE READY 1953 M38A1 WILLY JEEP AND TRAILER. THE CONDITIONS IN EXCELLENT WITH A REBUILT MOTOR. .(SEE PIC). IT COMES WITH ALL KINDS OF GOODIES. IT HAS THE OLD BRASS FIRE EXTINGUISHER MOUNTED ON THE MACHINE GUN MOUNT, THE SHOVEL UNDER THE HOOD. THE OLD AX BY THE RIGHT REAL PANEL. EVERYTHING IS WHERE IT BELONGS. IT HAS A SIREN AND THE BLACK OUTLIGHT. IT ALSO HAS THE CANVAS TOP IT IS 24 VOLT AND IS LICENED FOR STREET TRAVEL IN CALIFORNIA. IT HAS ONLY BEEN USED FOR PARADES. THIS JEEP HAS IT ALL. THE TRAILER IS ALSO IN FANTASTIC CONDITION AND READY TO HOOK UP TO Y0UR JEEP IT IS A 1952 AND COMES WITH A CANVAS COVER.”
Looks good, but needs a battery at the very least.
“Restored M38A1 1955 Willys M38A1. Has been sitting on jacks in garage for about 20 years. Selling as is. Was driven frequently for a short period until it was finally parked. Probably just needs a new battery, gas and oil. Clear title.”
Runs roughly. The front bumper isn’t original.
“Built by Kaiser – same as Willys. rust free, converted to 12 volts, was stored in garage for last five years, runs rough, very low mileage, planned to restore to military specs but too many projects. Five new tires.”
UPDATE: Still Available.
(09/10/2014) Might be a good price.
“Korean war era military Jeep in good condition. Starts, stops and drives well. “
Not perfect, but a good start.40
“1953 former military M38-A1 Jeep. This jeep is in great condition. Runs, Drives, Stops, Steers. It has had a partial restoration. It has a good running engine, and solid drive train, NEW complete correct wiring harness, and it IS 24 volt still, new brakes, good tires, new canvas top, seats and cushions, TONS of new parts, Ready to go. really nice jeep, moving it out to make room for another project.
the photos were taken the day this add was posted. If the add is up, the jeep is still available. If your seriously interested, CALL me, dont email or text, and COME SEE IT. I do not have any more pictures.”
“1955 Willys M38A1 Military Jeep with title. Includes military radio, 24 volt system 4 cylinder, waterproof. Call or text for details before 8PM”
There are multiple ads across the country for a 1953 M-38A1 for only $3000. This too-good-to-be-true offer is made using a gmail address that is also selling other vehicles across the country. It looks like a scammer to me.
Here’s the ad:
“Army Jeep Very good body, converted to 12 v new reduction starter, c00ntact: firstname.lastname@example.org”
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Ex Fire Jeep? Best offer by November 4th.
“1953 Willy’s Jeep
Four cylinder gas engine
Four speed manual transmission
It’s located in Plattsburg and we’re selling it to the best offer received by November 4.
Has some rust.
“1952 Willys Jeep M38A1 Army Jeep Very good body, converted to 12 v new reduction starter, alternator, and distributor, water pump, nothing altered, can be converted back to 24v, new front seat frames, , new rear “tailgate” panel, rear floor is good, driver floor good, passenger floor has rust through over the hat channel. hat channel is also rusted through, tool box has minor pin holes, frame is good, gas tank well has minor rust through,, gas tank cleaned and sealed. new master cylinder and one wheel cylinder. Paint is correct od green, picture color is a little off. Good Indiana title in my name. ”
UPDATE: Was on eBay. Status Unknown. Last bid was $7400.
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“1952 Willy’s Jeep Forest fire truck;
This is a unique fire truck in that it is a Willy’s Jeep AND easily fits in your garage! Former military unit (ex Marines, I believe). Runs and drives great- needs some TLC for the true Willy’s Jeep detail. It appears to be “shop built” either by military or a fire dept. as a fire pumper, but used a “Barton” front mount 500 gpm conversion kit of the day. The side compartments are ex-ammo boxes!
It doesn’t run, but does have an unusual hardtop.
“i have a 1952 Jeep M38A1 for sell, it is not running and engine status is unknown. has home made top and doors that can be removed. minimum rust not bad of shape”
Picture not very good, but jeep has potential. Unclear if it runs.
“1952 Military Jeep Willys–All original –stored for years–5500.00 O.B. O”
No pics provided.
“Jeep-Willys Kaiser 1955 M38A1. Have title and most all of the original parts. Completely disassembled and motivated to sell. Will not sell parts. Runs well with no patch work. Must see, in good condition and mostly primered. Will consider trade for anything inspected. Asking $3,500. Serious inquiries only”
UPDATE: Still Available
(08/21/2014) Looks parade ready.
“1952 Willys M38A1 Army jeep , older restoration but still looks and runs good , has been converted to 12 volts , clean Maryland title .”
An overdrive and lockers. Sounds like there’s value here. No pics provided.
“1950’s M38A1 military Jeep. Very cool. Has locked front and rear end with 5:38 gears. T-90 tranny and a Warn overdrive. No motor. Text or call for more info. “
Has restoration potential.
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UPDATE: Still Available
(09/11/2014) This pair looks like a good price.
“1954 Willy’s M38-A1 Military Jeep with a 1952 M102 Trailer. Jeep is titled and plated. Trailer has no title bill of sale only. Over $10,000 invested with most of the receipts. Has been in parades. Runs drives, stops and turns. Low, high, 2 wheel and 4 wheel are work as designed.”
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“1955 Nekaf M38A1 Military Jeep.
Its a Willys assembled in Nederland.
Runs good but needs a little TLC
It was canvas doors and side panels.
Contact me for more info if interested.”
Doesn’t run, but looks sound. I like the vintage top.
“Fun vintage jeep!
Not running. Rebuilt body late 1970’s and put in barn storage in 1985. 4 F-134 engine with 3 speed transmission. Body in good condition. Canvas top in good condition. Roll bar added during restoration effort in 70’s. Garage kept!
Photo taken the day it was pulled from the barn, complete with 29 years of dust!
Lost the barn storage due to property sale. Need to pass this one on to a real jeep enthusiast!”
All these jeeps need a close look.
“1) jeep is 1951 m38 runs excellent and mech. good body gd except right rear fender
1) jeep is plow jeep enclosed excellent in snow removal these jeeps are ALL WILLYS
2) jeeps are 1953 m38-A1’s are have all the night vision parts and are complete excellent for parts or more if you like to restore (one missing radiator)
I have xtra tires and rims both 15 & 16”
I also have one new military gas can and many others in nice condition
the$6000 is a one time price if sold all to one person
the plow jeep is $3500 firm
the military jeep is $3500 firm
the m-38’s are $1500 each”
Looks like there is some value. Seller would like to trade for a newer running jeep, which suggests an overestimation of the value. Obviously NOT a WWII jeep.
“his Jeep has all original parts all except the seats, the engine is a F-Head 134 Cub. Inch. with a 3 – speed manual Transmission.
The WWII jeep is a restoration project it is in good condition considering the age of the Jeep very little rust.
The jeep has an extra engine head and it also has two extra tires (all the tires need to be replaced)
I would like to sell it for cash although I would be interested in a newer running Jeep as a trade???
MAKE ME AN OFFER – $$ OR TRADE For an new running jeep??”
UPDATE: Still Available
“1954 Military jeep runs and drives in great condition for 60 year old jeep body has very little rust is garage kept.It was used be a fire dept for years that it is the reason for the yellow paint.”
Mark just listed this nice looking M-38A1 at warjeeps.com
“Painstakingly correct, frame off restoration to return this Jeep back to the original delivered condition. Vehicle is 98% original with New Old Stock (NOS) parts used. Paint color was researched and original military spec color was applied. Canvas consists of a new winter soft top, side curtains, seats, and doors. Have good title with 14,500 mi. on odometer. Engine is a 134 CID “F” head Hurricane that runs great. Included is a RT 67 Radio set with ops manual, antenna, and storage pouch. New exhaust system, brake lines, hoses, rebuilt wheel cylinders, master cylinder, new Carter 4S carburetor, fuel lines, fuel tank. Correct batteries for the 24 volt system, hold downs, and cables. Correct shovel positioned under hood, new dash data plates, and correct gauges. This particular Willy’s has been restored to its former glory using authentic parts. This vehicle would be a real competitor in any military vehicle show.”
This may be a good project.
“The Willys was started last winter. It needs work and is not currently operable. Buyer must haul. This is a fair price for this vehicle, so please do not waste your time trying to reduce it.”
No pics provided.
“1953 Willy Military Jeep with hard top. Runs fine. Please call during evenings or weekends for more information”