UPDATE: Still Available
“Clean military Willys M38a1 G758. Clean title in hand
PTO winch, 4 wheel drive, hi range, low range, 3 speed T90 transmission, NDCC Military tires, and full winter canvas enclosure.
Some civi mods, military lights removed, military trailer plug removed, lock out hubs on the front, key start.
Runs and drives strong, super nice jeep, need a little TLC from sitting for 4 years, i.e. carby overhaul, and fuel tank leak
no tire kickers”
Is that wood on the rear floor?
“1954 Willys Military Jeep M38A1 1/4 Ton 4×4 Marine Utility Truck
Pretty much all stock
Engine has been rebuilt and runs strong!
24 Volt System
New Speedo Cable
4×4 Transfer Case
Clean Clear Title in hand
Registration is on NON-OP through California
Does need a few things, but most of the hard stuff is done. But for it’s age, it’s actually in decent shape!
This is an ex military vehicle. “
Motor and tranny are included, but out of the jeep.
“99% rust free, older resto w/newer canvas complete winter top w/arctic hot water heater, solid body and frame, original motor needs rebuild and comes with new crankshaft, has clear correct title”
Former fire jeep.
“1955 M38a1 army jeep Its in real good shape .Former fire dept jeep runs and drives great on the road and inspected till may 2015″
UPDATE: Price dropped to $8000
“1953 M38A1 Military Jeep Willy – runs great – located in Batavia, IL – Pick up only – runs great – cash payment or call to set something up prior to sale ending
This classic military vehicle includes:
full canvas top and doors
5 new tires and innertubes
2 new front seats – original style from Beachwood Canvas
fitted Mopar Jeep cover
auxillary fuel can
Trans / T90
T-case / Dana 18 with warn overdrive
front axle Dana 25
rear axle Dana 44
4 cylinder 134 F head motor
needs windshield seal
wipers converted to electric and are inop.
minor scratches on paint
“This is what I have done to the jeep since I bought it 4 years ago.
Repaired the bushing mounts for the springs, R & R bearings and seals for the front knuckles, Removed the floor pans with the gear box and overhauled the steering gear. New wheels and tires with an alignment.
Adjust caster,camber, toe-in and thrust angle on all four wheels. Center ste, replaced idler arm and drag link. Replaced the 3 way flasher, distributor, cap, rotor and points.Sand blasted loose front end parts. Resealed transfer case and replaced the front output shaft seal. I have all the paperwork to show the work done.
UPDATE: Still Available
(04/13/2014) May be in good shape, but hard to know for sure through the blur.
“1953 M38A1 Willy’s Military Jeep
Restored, Very low milage
New Tires, replaced orginal tires were cracking from Sun exposer
New Canvas Top
Fording kit,Siren,Military Radio,B/O lights
A Real eye catcher
I drive it to town all the time
Has current registation.
UPDATE: Price dropped to 2500.
(02/26/2014) This needs batteries, but still has 24volt system.
“1953 M38A1 Jeep. Great jeep for the family. We spent many an hour driving around deer leases and camp sites. I proved to my kids that this little ol jeep would climb many things the giant jacked-up trucks could not. Great way to teach your kids how to drive standard. 24V system. Underwater fording switch. Blackout lights. Placque on engine states the engine was rebuilt at Camp Wolters. Everything works. Original 4 cyl motor, transmission etc. Is not running because it needs batteries. A couple of deer lease dents but very little rust or body damage. This would be a great father- son rebuild because not much to do and easy to work on.”
This might be worth a look.
“1952 M38A1 4×4 Military Jeep. Factory arctic top. Mostly original. Runs good. No title. Calls only – Texts will not be answered”
“1958 Jeep MD M38A1 Have all nonoperated notice
very little rust it runs been sitting for a few years.”
UPDATE: Still Available
(04/29/2014) Is the doll on the dash extra? lol.
“1952 M38 true military Jeep. 40,000 original miles, converted to 12 volt,very good condition, repainted but not restored, new top & extra tires.”
Looks like a nice combo.
“I have a body off restoration M38a1 Jeep and trailer parade ready.This is the Marine Corps version with full fording gear.The only thing not restored on this vehicle is the engines internals runs like a top but does burn oil.This vehicle will be on display at the MVPA nationals from June 25 till June 28 at the Kentucky Expo center.This Jeep is immaculate in every detail comes with many extra parts including etra engine block, heads,rear ends ,and transmission and transfer case.Biggest reason I am selling is due to the fact that this vehicle has a top speed of 45 to 50mph and around here you would be run over at that speed on highway.I can be contacted by phone or text also at 4one9six0two4zero33.Where i was from in Ohio there were enough 55mph roads to travel to many shows and parades but down here it has to be trailered for your own safety.Bulldog on hood not included.Might consider trade of equal value on Cobra Mustang 99-2004″
No pics provided.
“1952 M38A1 All original, mostly restored. 4 new tires and tubes. Hot water heater, Very good condition, needs nothing. Call for more info. Pictures coming soon.”
Here’s a good looking former fire jeep.
“This is a1954 M38A1 Willy’s jeep it runs and drives it is in great condition it also was used by the fire dept in Grafton Ohio for more info call thanks.”
UPDATE: Still Available
(05/28/2013) This appears in good shape.
“I’ve owned this jeep for the most of 15 years but am losing my storage. It has less than 2000 miles since it has been overhauled including the motor, drive train, brakes, gauges. The only time it gets driven is for parades. It still has the 24 volt electrical system. The carburetor needs a little TLC because I usually only run it in parades so it will need a little cleaning. The lights are all hooked up but not working. I’m asking $8500.00 or best reasonable offer. Included in this price is a complete canvas top that is in excellent condition including side doors. I’m not sure if it has ever been used.
Please reply with a first name and phone number if interested, and we will call you as soon as possible. If this information is not given, you will not be contacted.”
“I have a body off restoration M38a1 Jeep and trailer parade ready.This is the Marine Corps version with full fording gear.The only thing not restored on this vehicle is the engines internals runs like a top but does burn oil.This vehicle will be on display at the MVPA nationals from June 25 till June 28 at the Kentucky Expo center.This Jeep is immaculate in every detail comes with many extra parts including etra engine block, heads,rear ends ,and transmission and transfer case.Biggest reason I am selling is due to the fact that this vehicle has a top speed of 45 to 50mph and around here you would be run over at that speed on highway.I can be contacted by phone or text also at 4one9six0two4zero33.Where i was from in Ohio there were enough 55mph roads to travel to many shows and parades but down here it has to be trailered for your own safety.Bulldog on hood not included.”
No pics provided.
“new tires,rebuilt motor with 200+ miles,converted to 12 volt,mostly original,extra parts and motor,garage stored. new speedometer installed.”
Serial Number: 20953181
Multiple Car Show Winner
Runs great. Starts right up and purrs like a kitten.
Original F-head Engine whopping 90 horsepower
Converted to 12v
All military lights work
All decals to military specs
Many details you must see.
Needs new tank, but may be worth a look.
“1954 M38A1 Army Jeep with some extra parts. Missing are the rear seat, top bows, jack and rear bumperettes. Set of new non-directional course cleat military tires. Running great when parked due to leaking gas tank.”
Includes an overdrive.
“1953 Jeep Willy’s, Army Jeep. New gas tank, has some engine problems, rebuilt carburetor, purchased from original owner at estate auction. Don’t have the time to recondition.
All stock, except overdrive. Tow Bar.”
This must have been an Orange Cover Fire Department.
“1952 jeep older restore . 4cylinder 4wheel drive with pto case. rock solid . we only use it around the farm . Not a rust bucket very solid with lots of potential. clear title in hand $4,900 obo cash only no trades”
This M-38A1C is currently at the Volo Auto Museum.
Model: M38 MILITARY
Trim: WITH BAT 106 mm RECOILLESS RIFLE
Engine Size: 4 CYL
Transmission: 4 SPEED
Exterior Color: GREEN
Interior Color: GREEN
SHOW QUALITY RESTORATION AND LOADED UP WITH ALL THE ACCESSORIES. EVERYWHERE YOU LOOK ON THIS JEEP IT IS HIGHLY DETAILED. HAS A VERY RARE RECOILLESS 106 mm RIFLE WHAT WAS USED TO TAKE OUT TANKS. THE RIFLE IS ITS OWN SEPARATE PIECE AND WILL COME OFF THE JEEP TO SIT ON A TRIPOD. FOR THE TRUCK DISPLAY, THERE ARE SEVERAL ARTILLERY SHELLS, RADIO WITH HEADPHONES, SHOVELS AND MORE. THE RIFLE WAS CAPABLE OF TAKING OUT A TARGET 8500 YARDS AWAY. THERE IS A 50 CALIBER RIFILE THAT IS ATTACHED TO IT THAT WAS USED FOR SPOTTING, BASICALLY THEY WOULD AIM AND SHOOT THE 50 CAL. TO MAKE SURE THE AIM WAS CORRECT BEFORE SHOOTING THE 106 CAL RIFLE. THIS JEEP WAS PREVIOUSLY DISPLAYED AT THE ROCK ISLAND ARSENAL.”
Note: Reply with “Willys Overland” in the subject
“Nearly complete 1955 M38A1. Military version of the CJ 5. F134 Hurricane “MD” marked Military Engine. Correct 24 volt system. Correct carburetor, distributor, and drivetrain. Correct blackout lamps.
Dry New Mexico jeep. Rust only in passenger floor and fuel tank floor well.
Only missing wipers, correct spark plug wires and plugs, top bows, and top.
Clear title. Drives and runs. Registered and insured.
Reply with “Willys Overland” in the subject if you want me to respond back.”
It needs work of some kind.
“This is an end of Korean war, 1953 M38A1 jeep it is sold as is and is a great project vehicle. Tires are near new. Vehicle is nearly complete but needs work to do what is needed to finish.”