Seller also has a variety of M-38A1 parts, but no pics of them.
“getting out of M38A1 moving on to M998 i have a lot of M38A1 parts for sale frames 2 engine and transmissions new old stock set of seat original winter top with doors and windows axles lights switches to much to list one complete body tires and rims
also M100 trailer mint condition ask for what you need and i can post it”
UPDATE: Price dropped to $7500.
(10/13/2016) Would make a good parade jeep. Has a PTO winch and V6.
“1954 M38A1 Military Jeep – Dauntless V6
Make reasonable offer!!”
“1955 Jeep (Red) Ford V8
Clean Title /Current Reg $2000
1955 Parts Vehicle $1500 -no title (motor not included)
1948 Willys Jeep -Tub/Rolling Chassis -Clean Title $1500
Package deal available. Will only respond to local buyers that leave contact information.”
Jim forwarded this project. Rust situation looks light.
“1954 M38A1 Army Jeep runs but needs work
This jeep is all there,perfect for restoration
4cly 3speed w/positive traction 5:38 gears,This
jeep will go anywhere $3000.
Can deliver for a fee”
UPDATE: Price dropped to $2500.
(11/17/2015) This appears to be the same jeep that was sold a few years ago, but it’s condition appears to be worsened. If it has the “314” on the fenders, then it is the same one.
“1954 Willys Jeep it is actually a Mp38a it has a Buick 231 odd fire V6 with power steering also has headers. It is 3 speed manual with twin stick transfer case At one point it was the brookville Fire dept. grass unit. It is great running and driving jeep it has a lot of new front end parts on it. I took the gas tank out that sets under the drivers seat and put one underneath the back put its not hooked up yet I put a boat tank in the back just to be able to move it around you can drive it it could also use floor pans it has had all new rear tub section replaced with little work this could be a very nice jeep. ”
Soft looks in pretty good shape. There’s value here.
“Great project car. Originally deployed as a Marine Ordinance vehicle. Engine requires work to run (I know of a rebuilt one available for $600 – easy to put in), and brakes need work. Rolls and shifts through all gears easily. Converted from 24V to 12V. Some rust, but solid car. Odometer shows 52,085 – unknown if accurate. Original placards show the history of this solid vehicle. Full manual reprints go with car. Let me know if you have questions or want more pictures, or want to see it. Some additional parts convey with vehicle. You will need a trailer to take it away.”
Runs and drives. Nothing fancy.
“1956 Willys/Jeep Basically stock..Ford 289. New tires and brakes. Some suspension work. Have extra fenders, hood, windshield”
Looks good. Pics could be better.
“1954 M38A1 Body off restoration. Rebuilt F134 engine, new clutch, brakes, fuel system,wiring . Converted to 12v, turn signals, eelectric wipers. All 24v take-offs included.
New Saturn Overdrive unit ; Older Beachwood canvas top, side curtains, doors.
5 700:16 Cooper NDCCs. Registered and running, must see to appreciate. ”
No pics provided. Trustee sale. Maybe something or maybe nothing.
“1952 Willy’s Jeep – Carefree, AZ”
Runs and drives. Could be worth a look.
“Original, partially restored military Jeep. Solid and straight. Runs, drives, and stops. 4 cyl., 3-speed.
Was used for years by a local fire department, so it has been painted red (with evidence of green, primer. and blue(?). More pics/info by text.”
“1965 Willys M38A1 Army Jeep & 1952 Dodge M37 Powerwagon. Jeep has WW2 Flathead 4 engine. Powerwagon has mopar 318 engine with 727 automatic transmission, divorced transfer case & original running gear. Also has hidden hydraulic dump body. These are for restoration or parts. These are not running condition they are priced low because they need work, don’t bother unless you’re looking for parts or a project. This is a package deal $2500 takes both. I don’t need to sell them I just could use the space so don’t come trying to lowball. The truck has been titled but the jeep never has so it will come with a bill of sale. Get them out of my yard! ”
“This is a 1955 M38A1 Jeep. The vehicle is still 24 Volt and the body is in good condition. It’s been sitting for awhile, but we freshened it up and it now runs. The freshening up includes a Rebuilt Carburetor, new Wheel Cylinders, new Windshield Glass, new Inner Windshield Rubber, new Cowl Rubber, new Water Pump, new Fan Belts and new Radiator hoses. This Jeep is setup with Turn Signals and it also has the rare Hot Water Heater Kit.”
UPDATE: Price dropped to $9800.
(08/17/2016) Looks good.
“All original USMC radio Jeep with fresh restoration including all new canvas and paint. no rust very straight body. still on the 24v system runs and drives great. clean title with current tags. ready for the trail, parades or car shows.”
UPDATE: Still Available.
(09/21/2016) I thought this was a stock M-38A1 until I spotted the engine. Still would make a fine parade jeep.
“Converted to 12v: Ford 3.2 litre 4 cylinder motor. In great running condition, all major maintenance items recently done, i.e.:
* new timing belt
* brakes overhauled
* transmission and transfer case overhaul w/ new seals
* in the past two years: 5 new tires (7.50×16 NDT, E10 spec), new leaf springs, new shocks, radiator, muffler, fuel pump, etc. (have all mechanical maintenance & parts receipts)
* 2″ hitch receiver (still have original)
* tow bar included”
UPDATE: Price dropped to $10,500.
Mark just posted this over at warjeeps.com.
“Jeep runs great and is in good condition. Listed is a few thing I have replaced. New top, new side curtains, new seat frames, new cushions front and rear, new 700 x 16 military tires, signal lights installed, new Jerry can,new steering wheel, new battery new electric fuel pump and a set of doors. Engine is a 134-F. Jeep has been converted to a 12 volt system. 4 wheels drive works good, transmission is good. I had a second gear synchronizer and bearing installed. Good jeep for parades, farm use, hunting or cruising back roads or off road fun.”
Runs. Could be worth a look.
“4×4, good shape, runs good
$1995.00 CASH ONLY”
UPDATE: Still Available.
(08/25/2016) Only two pics. They don’t look like the same jeep? Maybe they are before and after a rebuild?
“1955 Willies , only 17000 miles on it. phone calls only. Best Offer!”
“1953 M38A1 Engine is free. Has compression. Needs the gas tank hooked up. New brakes. New tail pipe and muffler (not installed). Has a 24 volt alt and regulator that test good. Fresh oil, filter, and spark plugs. Tires are suspect. Body has some rust under drivers seat and right rockers. Has lockout front hubs.”
“Mostly original, low miles. Runs and drives great. Lights including BO and gauges all work. No Bondo. Previous dry climate Idaho owner 1982-2015. Currently registered with clean title. Can deliver Western US. NEW PARTS: Brake lines, master and wheel cylinders; leaf springs and shocks; canvas seat covers, summer top and bows; hoses and belts; two batteries; AT radial tires with original spare. Rebuilt carburetor and fuel pump.”
Runs and drives.
“Willys Jeep 1954 Model M38A1 good running condition has gun rack,rear carry all,feeder in front like new tires title in hand $2,350.00 call”
Maybe some value here if you need M-38A1 parts?
“I have these two M38A1 Jeeps left over from a project. Lots of good parts left on these. Would like to get $1500 OBO for both jeeps. Both sold with a bill of sale.”
Could be a good price.
“1952 Army Jeep 38A-1.(Willis).. 4 cylinder..3 speed..low and high. 4 WD…new batteries…all original…have doors and curtains…. ..heater works…everything original….drives great…wipers and all gauges work…excellent jeep…..50,000 actual miles!!!..call before 8 p.m.”
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $1000.
I love this funky jeep. Looks to have started life as a CJ-5 or M-38A1. Then, someone with a welder and torch got a hold of it. Just bring it back to life and keep as is. It’s a great conversation piece of nothing else.
“I have for sale a jeep that I have used at my hunting lease. It is a tough vehicle that is entirely metal. It has both high and low 4 wheel drive and a hoist on the back. It has some slop in the transmission that can be fixed with adjustment of the yoke in the three speed on the floor. It has a Ford Falcon engine. It has been sitting in my barn but it was running when I drove there. Tires are good and the fuel tank is a new tank that I have in the rear cargo area. I replaced the carburetor a few years back and runs fine. Will make a great jeep for a hunting lease or just to drive around a ranch. There is no title and I don’t know what year model or make it is! I am told that this is a form military jeep but I don’t know what era it is from.”
Seller has never washed it. Great old converted fire department jeep.
“Hi, up for auction is my 1952 M38A1 Willys. The Willys has seen a very colorful life, starting with its tour of duty during the Korean War era to its rebirth as a rim fire Willys Jeep, putting out rim fires along the Northern Sierras in the Tahoe National Forest. Bumps and bruises tell the story of the life of this non-stop built to do service, Willys. All of the Military accessories are still on the Willys and intact.
I’ve owned this Willys for several years and have had a blast driving the Willys on and off road, mostly off road. The Willys has never let me down. Fresh tuneup, fresh rebuilt carb, This Willys is turn key and ready to go. I’ve never washed it, the Willys has earned the dirt and grime that this workhorse wears! Below is a bit of history in regards to the legacy of the Willys M38A1….Enjoy!”
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