UPDATE: Back on eBay. Seller is taking offers.
Pascal forwarded this unique collection for sale on eBay. It includes, an MB,M38,M38A1,M170,M151A1,M422A1. Lots of pics.
Up for sale is a unique collection of the span of the military jeep generations. Our founder has been collecting these Jeeps for decades and has decided to sell his collection in its entirety.
Over the past decades, our founder collected the cream of what came by our doors, and stored them away in his personal collection. As we are also one of the biggest Jeep Parts distributors in the USA this was a relatively easy task, both to find these jewels and to refit them with whatever parts that were needed. Part can be found at Jeeps Surplus in Oroville, CA. The only vehicle in this collection not running is the “1960 AMC M422A1 MITY MITE”, which hasn’t had any engine work.
The purchase price for the entire jeep collection is $100,000.00. We will not be selling these jeeps individually.
For detailed information and pictures please message us or give us a call at: 530-534-9956 or 530-370-8444″
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1945 WILLYS MB JEEP
THE CULMINATION OF THE WW2 JEEP. THIS COMPLETE FRAME OFF
RESTORATION HAS ALL NEW OR REFURBISHED PARTS. INCLUDES A NEW
CANVAS MILITARY SUMMER TOP AND ORIGINAL WW2 SCR-610 JEEP RADIO SET
Seller doesn’t know the year, but it has the hinged grille. So, it is likely a ’52 or ’53.
“WILLYS M38A1 US MARINE JEEP. NOT SURE OF YEAR. RUNS AND DRIVES. LAST OWNER REBUILT MOTOR AND HAD BODY WORK ALREADY DONE. I HAVE ONLY DRIVEN IN TOWN ,SO I HAVE NOT OFF ROAD TESTING. ALL SEEMS TO WORK FINE. MOST JEEPS LIKE THIS GO FOR TWICE THIS PRICE. 3995.00 CASH IN HAND. YOU WILL MAKE ALL SHIPPING ARANGEMENTS. CALL FOR MORE INFO 229-FOUR 5 SIX-FIVE 77FIVE. IN MOULTRIE GA. THE M38MC IN PICTURES IS ALSO FOR SALE. I AM NOT SURE OF YEAR MODEL OF EITHER JEEP. SOLD WITH BILL OF SALE ONLY , MILITARY JEEPS HAVE NO TITLES OR VIN NUMBERS THANKS MIKE”
No pics provided.
“1952 Willeys Jeep
good seats, roll bar, needs clutch $1600″
UPDATE: Still Available. Was priced at $1500.
(02/11/2014) Buz spotted this running M-38A1 at a cheap price.
“Kaiser jeep m38a1, runs & drives.”
Ed Wilson wanted to share some unusual jeeps photos from Egypt. They were taken in 1962 by his father Captain Harry Wilson during his United Nations duties in Egypt, while serving with the Canadian Army.
Ed notes that a few years ago his father searched for a tiny place called Sharm el-Sheikh where Harry and a fellow officer served during 1962. Their job was to look after a desalination plant. Instead of locating the hut where the two of them and a local family that cooked for them had lived, Harry was blown away to discover a billion dollar resort. No doubt the hut and the family are long gone.
No pics provided.
“All original parts!!! Gray! Beautiful condition!!!!”
“Totally restored inside and out, top to bottom back in the year 2000′.
Car Quest Car show WINNER 1st place 4 x 4 category.
Asking price $13,500 OBO
Serious buyers only!
No pics provided.
“Hello I have a 1959 cj5 willys jeep for sale. This is a project car and does not run but would be great for someone with any mechanical skill. It comes with all the parts to make it run again and extras. It also comes with a spare hood. This is incomplete and does not have an interior and signs of age are apparent on the sides and floorboards. So if you have some time and bondo you could make a wonderful jeep. Call or text me anytime at 8563273712. You can also email this posting if preferred. All trades considered. Throw me an offer and il gladly reply. My name is Jason.”
UPDATE: Still Available
(09/22/2013) This looks good.
“1955 Willys M38-A1 Army Jeep, original.
Includes four new tires and new brakes.
Also includes many extras/equipment.
A must see for any enthusiast!”
This runs and drives.
“Cool willys jeep runs and drives. Good title. Good tires has a small block chevy motor.”
This looks solid.
“I haves 1953 M38A1 Willys jeep. Runs and drives. I have the original wheels and a box of misc. blackout lights to go with it.Has data plate still on dash.
Asking 5500.00 obo may cansider trade on older hot rod or truck”
Unclear how much value is here.
“1952 M38A1 JEEP 4WD RAN WHEN PARKED NEEDS MASTER CYLINDER AND CARB CLEANED. HAS SUME RUST. POSSIBLE TRADE $1500 OBO. 912 610 0791″
No pics provided.
“I bought this jeep as a project, little did I know it would take more time and money than I could put into it. It was converted to 12v by the previous owner. I have already removed the tub and old wiring. The engine is not seized but will need to be overhauled. Frame and tub need rust work. Willing to sell parts or as a whole. email for more info/pictures.”
Yesterday I re-posted the extended M-38A1 in Hamilton, MT, for sale. A reader named J commented that he had a similar one: same year with the same rear extension using rounded rivets. A third reader, back in 2012, mentioned he had one also (I’ve emailed him for more info). So, the call goes out . . . has anyone seen other, similar M-38A1s with a similar extension? Here’s a review of vehicles with mid section extensions (http://www.ewillys.com/tag/stretched/) and rear extensions (http://www.ewillys.com/tag/extended/)
J has examined his M-38A1 (named Porkchop) closely. He notes no place where the frame appears to have been joined. To him it looks more ‘production’ than ‘motor pool’. He also hasn’t yet found a VIN attached to it. However, like the M-38A1 from Hamilton, it has a hinged grille, suggesting it’s a pretty early model. One difference between the two is that Porkchop has a mid-section extension as well, similar looking to a CJ-6.
Why are we calling it the ‘Hamilton Mod’? J and I had a little confusion between us when we exchanged emails. But, I kind of like the name. So, until we know more, that’s the new name.
Here’s J’s Porkchop (see more pics and info here at J’s website):
For comparison, here’s the jeep for sale in Hamilton, MT. Identical, no. But, still worth exploring. I’ve emailed the seller to learn some more history.
Bob spotted this M-38A1 that runs and drives, but needs work.
“Ohio title-, addt’l parts for sale-$1,000.00 obo-runs & drives-needs brakes. Call for details-AL @ 216-213-5513″
UPDATE: Still Available
(04/06/2012) Robin spotted this one.
“1953 extended bed Willys. 4×4, original engine, new tires, added: removable rear seat, roll bar, attached front tow-bar. Asking price: $5,500.00″
It doesn’t run at the moment, but seller hopes to have it running soon. Looks like it has some character to me.
“1954 Willy’s Jeep. Last driven in 1999. I believe it needs a 2nd gear synchro, because it liked to pop out of 2nd gear. I hope to have it running again in a couple of weeks. ( I have to get the carb back on.) Has some broken glass, the seats are rough, but it has very little rust. The hydraulic plow worked well. US Army #20987240. Please call or text me at 970-2o9-2298″
UPDATE: Still Available
(12/05/2013) There’s not pic of the M-38A1.
“Partial listing on cars and trucks we are selling.
(1) 1948 Dodge half ton swb pickup
(1) 1949 RARE swb Dodge Panel truck.
(1) 1950 Dodge swb stepside truck.
(1) Low mileage 1953 Ford 1.5 ton stake body farm truck.
(1) Low mileage 1946 Chevrolet 1.5 ton cab and chassis.
(1) 1958 Ford half ton swb fleetside pickup, all original, V8/3-speed.
(1) 1958 Ford half ton swb stepside custom cab (curved rear window) with 351C engine
(1) 1958 Chevrolet Apache half ton stepside pickup
(1) 1958 Ford F-5 short box dump truck.
(1) 1950 Studebaker flareside swb pickup–56k miles.
(1) 1964 Studebaker flareside swb pickup–rare variation with factory installed high performance Hawk 289 V8.
(2) 1963 Chevrolet half ton long wheelbase stepside pickups.
(1) 1961 Chevrolet C30 ONE TON PANEL TRUCK. USAF truck. OHV six with granny four speed.
(1) 1952 M38-A1 US Army Jeep. Mechanically restored. New gas tank and top bows.
(1) 1957 Jeep Civilian Model (with tailgate). 8,000 actual miles.
(1) 1975 Jeep CJ5. 6-cylinder 3 speed/4X4. 41,000 miles.
(1) 1977 PLYMOUTH TRAILDUSTER CONVERTIBLE 4X4
Prices range from $2000 to $3500. I will listen to reasonable offers, but please don’t insult me.
Faelan Wilson (256) 392-3989″
This includes a Warn Overdrive. It might be worth a look for parts.
“I have a 1950′s era Jeep m38a1.
It was sold to me as a 1965 CJ5 but I had a few jeep experts tell me that it was in fact a military M38A1 from the 50′s.
3.8l Buick V6 engine
Borg Warner t98 trans
Dana 18 transfer case with Warn overdrive.
Gears are really high ratio… 5:33′s I think in Dana 44 rear and Dana 25 front.
New wiring harness is 60% installed
Saginaw power steering box
This Jeep needs some love. Sadly I don’t have the time or skill level to do it justice. I’ve never been able to put it on the road
Needs a fuel cell
Trans and transfer case need to be sealed up,Won’t hold oil.
It’s been sitting for a few years, it ran when I parked it.
Asking $1300 for the whole thing. Bill of sale only. No title. All reasonable offers will be considered.”
Robin discovered this cool jeep: an electric 1953 M-38A1.
Robin writes, “The owner, Mike Sudik, is an electrician and president of Big Sky Solar Wind out of Missoula, MT. Mike removed the engine several years ago (now owned by Robin) and replaced it with a DC electric motor. The top speed has been 45 mph and goes about 60-90 miles on a charge. The “top” is actually a solar panel used to charge the 12V system for his PA and stereo.
He has detailed his adventure at: http://www.bigskysolar-wind.blogspot.com/. On his website are pictures showing how he accomplished the task. He had the Jeep listed as a CJ-3A but he now knows that it is an M-38A1. In fact, he probably got way more info (from me) than he ever expected. He is a really great guy and I thought your readers might like to see what he has done. I have some pictures here:
This might be worth a look.
“I have a 1953 willys M38A1 up for sale for $5000. It has a freshly rebuild motor and is mostly stock. It does need a little tlc, it drives now but will need a little work before it is road ready. ”
There’s some value here. Needs a variety of parts though.
“WILLY’S M38A1..1953 ..NO ENGINE,TRANS OR TRANSFER CASE. I HAVE IDAHO TITLE IN MY NAME..MOSTLY COMPLETE.DASH NOT CUT UP..ORIGINAL WINDSHIELD WITH ELECTRIC WIPERS. ORIGINAL RIMS WITH SPARE AND 5 GALLON CAN MOUNTED. HAS 3 SEAT FRAMES ONLY WIYETH GOOD GAS TANK AND CAP.HAS BUMPERETTES AND A PINTLE HOOK IN REAR..FRONT BUMPER IS STRAIGHT AND GRILL IS GOOD.HAVE X MEMBER FOR TRANS AND HEADLIGHT BUCKETS ALSO 5;38 GEARS WITH A 44 REAR AND A 25 FRONT.HAS BEEN SAND BLASTED LAST YEAR AND PARKED INSIDE..RESTORE OR A GOOD START FOR A ROCK CRAWLER…1000.00 CALL TO INQUIRE MORE THANK YOU208-249-2575 DON”
Here’s an unusual setup.
“Owned by a local irrigation district and used to haul concrete to canal since the 60′s. Back has been cut out to allow dump to operate and passenger seat is gone so dump parts could be placed there, Engine does not appear to be original but runs and was maintained but needs a good tune up. Spent 200 on rebuilding dump so I could haul concrete threw narrow openings and haul rocks. Have not used it since I rebuilt it but did try it a few times. Dents from years of abuse. Original stars. No data plates or title. Irrigation district lost title and some dumb deputy told them to sell it to get a salvage only paperwork. Tried to explain to them what they did but they were not getting it. Said this is fine since it was told to them by a deputy. I do have a bill of sale. And if you can get them to understand great. Does have numbers on frame. I wanted to trade it for a Minelab metal detector or a White Detector and probe and hoops worth about 1500. ie: a V3i white or Minelab Safari. Might have tail light covers and a few smalls that go with the M38A1. (Triangle on back not included)”
“WTS: 2 M38A1s
Excellent condition with almost rust free tub( only 1 spot about the size of a 1/3 of a dollar bill).
Runs like a sewing machine
Ex-Civil Defense jeep
Original lights work
Very nice original military jeep
VERY EASY RESTORATION
Very early M38A1 (data plate indicates 126th M38A1 built)
Tub needs some work
converted to 12 volts
Call Jason at 404-665-6411 for more info or to schedule a visit to see.
Can deliver within 200 miles of 30319 for 1.00/mile”
It appears pretty solid and complete. I believe this was recently painted. (Here’s an earlier version before the paint)
“1952 M38A1 4×4 Military Jeep. 320-237-8398″