UPDATE: Still Available
(12/16/2014) Has Toyota axles.
“5500 or trade for built Toyota 44 willys Buick v6 3 speed Toyota axles 33″ tires newer warn winch fuel cell gas cans tilt wheel no doors no top runs and drives great no rust trade for a built Toyota tell me what you have”
Looks in good shape.
“Old jeep for sale runs rebuilt original engine I believe. will take best offer”
Joe and his GPW attended the 24th Annual Military Vehicle Show held by the Arizona Military Vehicle Collectors Club this past weekend. It looks like he was having plenty of fun!
Here’s Joe posing with some new friends.
Here’s Joe and his GPW
Another new friend Joe?
UPDATE: Price dropped to $5500.
(04/01/2014) Looks ready for the hills.
“this jeep is loaded with full roll cage, 8000lb. winch, posi in rear, locker’s in front, good tires/ super winch hubs. full top and bikini top, with doors, rear seat and belts. New 350 Chevy motor, less than 1,000 miles. R.V. cam, molley rings, double roller timing chain, hi vol. oil pump, hi vol. oil pan. Chevy truck, trans, 4 speed with granny low 1st gear. New front seats NO rust. trailer hitch. It loves to climb mountains.”
UPDATE: Price dropped to $20,000.
(08/28/2014) Looks solid.
“I am selling my 1945 Willy’s MB that I restored in 2005. Since the restoration the Jeep has been driven 3000 miles and is in perfect running and driving condition. Every part on this jeep has been replaced or re-built when the restoration was done.The only bad thing about the Jeep is that it has some minor bumps and minor scratches from being driven, stored , shows and parades. With that being said it is not a trailer queen I have enjoyed driving it every one of those 3000 miles. The only reason I am selling it is because I don’t have time for it and keeping it stored is not doing it any favors. I would love for this Jeep to go to someone that will use and enjoy it.The Jeep includes the working Radios, and plenty of gear to go with it to make it authentic. The DOD on this Jeep is 7/11/1945. The Body is a reproduction but the frame and most of the hardware is either NOS or original. This was an original radio jeep and the old body can be included with the sale if the buyer wants it. The restoration was photo documented and I have all receipts to show that I am asking much less than I have in it. The Jeep has a clean VA title and YOM license plate that can be registered to the new owner. I would like to get $22,500 OBO for the Jeep or would possibly be interested in full or partial trades plus cash.”
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $4000.
“I have a 1943 willys army jeep.It has the flat head 4 cylinder in it original 3 speed manual transmission fourwheel drive does work just replaced brake shoes wheel cylinders master cylinder runs good 4000 obo may take partial trade call are text for info”
“selling 43 army jeep. yes its been in a basement fire,4 cylinder. i am in oakhurst. 250 best offer.”
UPDATE: SOLD on eBay for 8628.
This is a unique jeep. It’s a Slat Grille with a Glove Box built for Britain. Read all about it below.
I’ve had a few questions on the signifcance of the BRT designation and why it is so unique.
What the BRT specifically stands for is “Britian” and it’s marked specifically on the data plate in the “mystery box” on the line that says “MAKE MODEL” “WILLYS MB” just above the Serial Number location.
The BRT marking makes this jeep specifically a British contract jeep. Produce by the Willys Factory specifically for export for the British military during the war. Exports contract negotiated happened before the US even entered the war. Making even the story of the BRT’s very interesting.
Eventually some of the British contracts request were filled with reconditioned vehicles due to American war needs. The actual number of BRT jeeps that were produced is very few and fewer survive today.
There is an excellent sections on Export jeeps specifically the BRT and specifically differences in markings and later modifications written by Peter Ferris in Lloyd White’s book “The Evolution of the Willys-Overland MB Jeep Volume 1” (chapter 8 for those of you that have the book; but if you would like to know where to get a copy of the book send me an email and I can set you in the right direction)
As noted earlier being that this slat has a glove box it is VERY rare, being that it has the BRT designation makes it even rarer. This jeep is one of the most unique, smallest production, most coveted jeeps of the war, and very deserving of a proper restoration.
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Elicier is selling this MB. Looks like a good solid jeep.
“FOR SALE IS A 1945 WILLYS MB. IT HAS MANY NEW AND ORIGINAL PARTS. THE ENGINE IS AT 0.010 STOCK NO SLEEVES. IT RUNS PERFECTLY. IT HAS THE ORIGINAL T-84 TRANSMISSION. THE ENGINE IS WW2 AS WELL AS THE WHOLE DRIVE TRAIN. THE ENGINE, TRANSMISSION, TRANSFER CASE, AND AXLES WERE REBUILT. THE JEEP HAS NEW PERIOD CORRECT WW2 WIRING. IT IS A FACTORY STOCK 6 VOLT.
IT HAS ALL NEW WW2 BEACH WOOD CANVAS UPHOLSTERY ON ALL SEATS. THE JEEP FINISHED RESTORATION IN DECEMBER 2013 AND TILL TODAY HAS ABOUT 1,000- 1,500 MILES IN IT. IT HAS PREFORMED FLAWLESS. IT HAS A CLEAR FLORIDA TITLE AND A VINTAGE STREET LEGAL 1945 PLATE. THE REASON WHY I’M SELLING IS BECAUSE I HAVE ANOTHER JEEP PROJECT AND OTHER VEHICLES I NEED TO LET GO. I HAVE ENJOYED IT FOR ONE YEAR AND I HAVE DECIDED ITS TIME TO MOVE ON AND HAND IT OVER TO A GOOD HOME. THIS JEEP HAS ABSOLUTELY NO RUST AT ALL.
IT HAS A WW2 SIREN ON. THERE ARE PHOTOS OVER THE USE OF THE JEEP SO SOME MIGHT NOT SHOW THE SIREN BUT IT IS INSTALLED AT THE MOMENT. I HAVE LINK OF THE VIDEO OF THE JEEP RUNNING. THE FUEL GUAGE IS NOT MARKING PROPERLY BUT ITS BECAUSE THE SENDER IS BAD I HAVE NOT TIME TO FIX IT. THE BUYER IS RESPONSIBLE TO ARRANGE SHIPPING AND COST. I WILL HELP LOAD.”
View all the information on eBay
UPDATE: Still Available
(11/12/2014) It’s been in the family for a while.
“It is not a stock motor… I do know it’s a V6. I have the top frame.. Seen in the photos leaning next to the jeep on the right.
The radiator hose is off and the fan is off. It needs a battery and fan belt, radiator hoses. Plus it looks like the passenger side wheel bearing is leaking and needs repaired.
My dad had a mechanic working on it. My dad past away. The mechanic told me he did get it running. I am not able to check it myself.
One side is cracked on the windshield. I am asking $7500. I will accept the best offer I get.
It is located in Oakridge. It is inside out of the weather. It has been kept inside
since my dad got it over 40 years ago.
If you’d like to make an appointment to take a look you can reach me on my cell. I will return your call if you leave a message.”
UPDATE: Still Available.
(12/11/2014) Looks Rubicon ready.
“Pontiac V-6 235, headers, electronic ignition, sm420 4 speed, Dana 25 front with power locker, Dana 44 rear with power locker, 5:38 gears, 92 to 1 final gear reduction, differential protectors, warn hubs, spring over, power steering, tilt wheel, high back seats, electric cooling fan, optima battery, 8000 lb. warn winch, roll cage, new gauges, spare tire and jerry cans, high lift jack, co2 tank, CB, bikini top, soft top, 33″ mud tires, chrome mod wheels, tow bar, etc.”
No pics provided.
“I have a 1941 WWII PROJECT Jeep. No paperwork, war jeep. Engine not installed, has mud tires, drive train, transmission. 2 front seats and bench back seat (black), plus roll bar. Front windshield folds down, glass is in good condition. The front of the frame was extended to take a larger engine, has engine cover, and 307 engine (you put it back together), some of the floor board was fixed. Primer grey color and pieced together.”
UPDATE: Price dropped to $3500.
(11/05/2014) Sounds like it has back California registration fees.
“For sale is a 1944 Jeep Willys running project has a v6 4 speed transmission With a transfer case comes with 33″ all terrain tires has a 10 gallon tank would make a great project Jeep has not been registered in a few years so maybe a few hundred dollars to register asking $5000 or best offer text me for any info”
Josh spotted these jeeps.
“Two 1940’s WW2 type military jeeps…floating axles…
As is for parts etc….Located in makawao”
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $14,000.
Not totally original, but looks like a solid parade jeep.
“This is a 1944 Willys MB that saw service in Europe from 1944 through 1945; was sold surplus following the war; current owner bought the jeep in Germany in 1987 and returned the jeep to Baltimore in 1989. Jeep is in perfect running condition, has no rust, and has original seats and canvas top; engine is not the original but is a 1945 original Willys engine. Original transmission, transfer case, and axles however. Has been converted to 12-volt and has a non-original electrical wiring harness. This jeep could be fully restored to show condition or used as-is. Given olive drab coat of paint with World War II markings in 2000.”
Could be an easy restoration or drive as is.
“1942 Willys MB jeep. 4 cyl, 4 wd, 3 spd manual trans. In great shape for its age. Clean PA title and currently registered and inspected as a classic. It is road worthy now and I do drive it occasionally. Always stored inside. Asking 8500 obo”
The dash has no glovebox.
“This is 1944 Jeep from World War II made by Ford. It has the original T84 transmission, transfer case, steering, radiator and axles. Windshield inner and outer frame is present. it’s a project that needs restoration. Transmission case was taken down and inspected but is usable and needs a rebuild. Seats are not original to the jeep. Front frame horns will need repair. Have an extra tub for parts. This jeep looks good in pictures but lots of bondo was used by someone. Lots of small misc parts will go with this to include canvas for seats, repro bumper, repro hat channels, fuel tank sump, and many small misc parts. Frame serial number confirmed is 198348. Data plates are missing. This vehicle has a title. This was a parts jeep that is why so many items are missing. No original wheels, engine, gauges seats or underhood items are left. I’m open to reasonable offers. If this add is up then its available.”
It’s a project/parts jeep.
Did run when we parked it.
Looks mostly original.
This is definitely for enthusiasts. If you don’t know anything about these you probably don’t want it.
The longer this ad is up the more information I keep receiving from people educating me on what I have. It’s worth much more than $1500. But since that’s the price I decided on I’m not going to change it. However I have decided that the $1500 is a firm price. I hope someone with the money and time to restore it buys it. Would love to see it go to a good home. Cheers.”
Glenn spotted this project.
“1943 Willys MB Jeep parts or complete the rebuild, most parts are there, the motor has an M-38 head on it, ran when parked and jeep was taken apart in hopes of frame off restoration. Divorce forces sale. Needs alot to make it back to spec. The big missing things are seats, wheels and tires, gas tank, and windshield. The body is in process of having holes repaired but is solid. Needs sandblasting completed, frame work, and small things like knobs and etc. Front bumper, Rt step panel, fuel tank well and rear body panel are aftermarket, everything else is vintage like the gauges, GPW script transfer case”
Unclear if it runs or not.
“WW2 willys mb gpw
Runs 5new combat wheels and tires
No rust on the frame all parts there”
Has an MB Slat Grille.
“Thinking about selling or trading my Crawler.. It’s a 42 Ford GPW with a 302 with Holly projection and Malory coil and distributor… Motor runs perfect bad thing is Transmission is bad.. Have it out already it’s a np435 with Dana 20 case.. 4 link rear with blue torch trusses and Fox shocks.. Front is still springs Dana 44 axles locked front and spool in rear.. Has big aluminum fuel cell.. 8k pound warn winch.. 36 tsls on bead locks $4000″
“Selling my 1943 MB this is complete original motor frame and body I do not have time to finish this this is a great collectors project It does run has all new break pads, wheel cylinders, master cylinder. the seats were removed before I got it as well and the fuel tank. I am asking $5,000.00 firm. these go for upwards of $15 to 20 thousand when restored. Pleas be a serious buyer if you can not afford it don’t ask to see it just for the sake of look see you will be wasting your time and mine.”
No pics posted yet. Could be a wrongly titled MB/GPW as well.
I am selling my old 1946 willies army jeep. It does run. Offers welcome but because it does start I am asking at least $5000.00. I have the title and will only accept cash, no payments.
Contact through email only, highest bid takes it. But again, cash only. I would be willing to show but you will have to make an appointment…I will also post pictures tomorrow.”
It’s got MB tool box covers, but looks like it has a GPW front cross member.
“Restored 1942 willys MB.”
UPDATE: Still Available
(08/28/2014) Needs work.
“Selling my 1944 jeep willys. 283 sbc motor. Rebuilt tranny & transfer case. New 33″ tires brand new bestop softop still in box. Super fun jeep. All new wiring but needs to be finished.”