This was sold back in 2014. Now for sale again.
“Rare original NEKAF M381A Willy’s military jeep assembled in Netherlands for the Dutch army. Runs and drives perfect. This is an all original jeep. You will not find another in such good shape.
Best reasonable offer buys.
The vehicle with the longest service record in the Dutch military, serving in the Royal Army for more than 40 years from 1952 until 1996, is the M38A1 Jeep. During and shortly after World War II, the Dutch army used jeeps left behind by American forces. By the early 1950’s however, the army was looking for a replacement, and in 1952 received a number of U.S.-built M38A1’s under the Mutual Defence Assistance Program. Continue reading
“Runs, licensed, drives on roads. Top and parts not shown in pictures.”
Includes a winch and a hardtop.
“1953 Korean War era M38A1. Small pin holes in floor pans, otherwise no rust on body. Aluminum Hardtop with aluminum doors with roll up/down windows. Has a 1979 Ford 302 motor with transmission adapter kit. T90 transmission and Dana 18 transfer case. Four wheel drive works. Winch works. The motor needs work. I believe it has a bad crankshaft bearing, so it is not currently drivable. Has a Tow Bar not pictured. Bill of Sale only. ”
UPDATE: This was listed back in 2013 for sale.
“Great jeep to drive and have fun in. Has a 260 V8 with two speed over drive. New Tires”
UPDATE: Price dropped to $2000
(10/04/2015) Runs, drives and looks good for the price.
“1954 willeys m38a1 jeep,
Four wheel drive
Hurricane 4 cylinder engine runs but smokes a little when you start it
New fuel system, carb rebuilt, new gas lines, fuel pump, tank,flushed
Comes with snow plow, hydraulics
Has the windshield wiper, lights and gauges but they need to be wired in, most wiring done
Full size spare tire
Cris has this M-38A1 for sale.
“1953 Willys M38A1 Military Jeep. Runs good, everything works (no wipers) solid body, good tires, tow bar (not in pics), new radio. Pull it to river and go as is or restore it. ”
No pics provided.
“old army jeep for sale. doesn’t run.. mud terrain tires 4×4 manual transmission. ”
“This is a nice M38A1 army jeep, it runs and drives very well. The body is in good shape, need some work.
It has a canvas top and side flaps, no doors. It also has a military stretcher. Selling it as is, it runs great. I have had it since 2008 and it has been a lot of fun for the family.”
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $1400.
Runs and drives.
“1964 Willys Jeep, M38A, 4cyl. Runs good drives good, great ranch/lease jeep.Asking $1400, obo.”
Jim spotted this project.
“1954 Willys good for restore nice project motor and tranny complete”
No pics provided.
“IM SELLING MY 1953 M38-A1 ITS ORIGINAL ,ORIGINAL F-HEAD 4 CYLN 3 SPEED RUNS ORIGINAL RUNNING GEAR $5000 OBO NO LOW BALLS PLEASE **ONLY SERIOUS BUYERS*”
This looks like a unique piece.
“Here I have an Extremely rare Willys Jeep Military proposal for a 4-Year program from 1956.
This is a Plastic Comb Binding Book which was apparently used in presentation for the proposed 4-Year Military Development Program for the ¼ Ton 4×4 Willys Vehicles.
Book is dated 10 October 1956.
Books specifies the M38-A1 and presents analyses of weight reduction and cost savings.”
View all the information on eBay
UPDATE: Still Available.
(10/20/2015) This is an ex forest jeep. It was stationed at the Clark-McNary Forest as part of the University of Nebraska. Must have been one of at least three jeeps (given there is a #3 on the side of the jeep).
“Drivetrain: 4 Wheel Drive
Exterior Color: Orange
Transmission: 3 Speed Manual
Interior Color: Black
Stock Number: 4142A
Jody’s Auto Sales, Inc.
JODY SMITH – (308) 534-3729
4 South Jeffers, A & Jeffers, On The S-Curves
North Platte, NE 69101
UPDATE: Still Available.
(08/31/2015) Their conditions vary.
“LOCATED IN WASHINGTON, NORTH CAROLINA.
ASKING PRICE IS ANYWHERE FROM $200.00-$600.00 EACH. SEVERAL FOR SALE.
CASH ONLY. NO CHECKS ACCEPTED!!!!!”
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $600.
This doesn’t look like much at first, but it has an interesting aftermarket dash (wished there was a better pic of it) and an overdrive. There’s plenty of value here.
“This is a 50 something Willys Jeep that I’ve been dragging around for a couple of years. It’s complete I don’t know anything about the engine or transmission. Lost the paperwork bill of sale only. Delivery is available. ”
“This is a 1954 near mint condition M38A1 Willys Jeep. This is the waterproof model of the Willys Jeep. It is in fantastic condition and except for a few upgrades and/or repairs that have been done over the years it is in original condition. For instance – New canvas top, starter, brake light on the back, overdrive was installed ( a $2,000+ addition), seat belts added etc.
This is the military 24 volt system. Has black-out lights, waterproof screw-on wires, rear canvas seat, also installed a hidden kill-switch so it can be parked in public. Original mileage 19,632″
“1953 Willys jeep in great condition. Good interior, Runs and drives. Hard to find classic. Get it before it’s gone! Call today! Text will be fine. Pick up only. Serious buyers only.”
UPDATE: **Status Unknown** Was $4000.
Has some updated tires and wheels and a roll bar, but otherwise looks stock.
“Pretty straight 1953 Willys M38 Military Jeep. Original flat head 4cyl engine with 46,000 original miles. Seats are rough but the body is pretty straight and I drive this Jeep daily. Original 3spd transmission with an overdrive added. Really hard to find this vintage is this good of condition. Calls are preferred.”
No engine, but there still may be value here.
“1953 Willys set up for small block chevy, needs work, great starter project, less engine. call for more info”
“1952 Military M38 -a1 for sale. Jeep is solid. It runs and drives good. Brakes and park brake work. Tires are dry but still running them with no problems. Under carriage is clean and not rusted. I changed it from 24 to 12 volt but still have the 24 volt stuff. Has a clean title, asking $7000.00. ”
This might be worth a look. Note the transferase dash plate with light. What combo causes the light to go on?
“M38 A1 Series.Great for hunting etc.”
UPDATE: Still Available.
(07/28/2015) Looks parade ready.
“1955 Korean War M38A1 Willy’s Jeep that is in excellent condition. I have receipts, work order, maintenance logs going back nearly 20 years. This jeep has had a lot of time, effort and money invested into it over the years including a full engine overhaul (at a cost of nearly 3.5K– nothing was skimped. Vehicle has approx 2700 miles since engine overhaul. I currently drive the jeep when weather permits in parades and military funerals. The paint is from Quantico U.S. Marine Base and is Marine Chemical Resistant paint approximately 8 years old. Every thing works on the jeep. Gages, horn, lights and has new spark plugs, wires, new radiator and has a very hard to find military antenna. This is a 24 volt system that has 2 new military batteries. This is not a frame off restoration but everything else is 100 percent. All new canvas on seats and top. There is an AM/FM/CD radio
with 9″ speakers mounted in two ammo cans in the rear of the jeep. Five new military tires and tubes”
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $300.
Greg’s got this rolling chassis w/drive train for sale.
“38A1 Military Jeep
Rolling Chassis – Complete Drive Train – Tub
Engine-Turns, Stamped RMD28953, Casting # 646228, Complete Except All Electrical Components Will Be Removed And Are Not Included.
Transmission & Transfer Case – Complete with E-Brake System, Nice Original OD Paint, T90A-1.
Running Gear – Complete, F&R Axles, F&R Drive Shafts, Springs, All Stearing Components.
Frame – Complete, Streight, Solid.
Tub – Rough, Has Some Good Solid Areas.
This Jeep has 4 wheels, rolls freely and is easy to access with a truck or trailer.
Located in Concord, MA
Please leave your name and phone number when responding and I will call you back.”
UPDATE: Still Available. The seller tells me this was owned by Larry Minor.
This has a couple classic Fresno upgrades like the doors and the dash. I learned the other day that Edgewood 4×4 near Tacoma, Washington, used to sell a custom fiberglass dash for M-38A1s/CJ-5s. I’ll try to find some pics. I saw one in person, but didn’t have a camera with me.
“1952 jeep willy
4×4 individual wheel controls
Front tow hitch, an witch
Needs break job,
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $1750.
“1952 military jeep m38a1, almost all original, runs, will drive, make good restoration project.”