Looks parade ready.
“This is a prime example of a WWII army jeep – a 1943 Willys MB that has been FULLY RESTORED. NO EXPENSE has been spared in restoring this wonderful piece of WWII history. I have owned this Jeep for three years and have over 15K in restoration. I also repainted it the CORRECT Gillespie Coatings AJP paint, which is correct for all MB/GPWs prior to late 1944.
All original but it does have a Bessinger replacement body. Engine, drive train, all restored and rebuilt. It has 5 combat wheels, new Firestone military NDT tires, grease gun, fire extinguisher, first aid kit, windshield-mounted rifle rack, new canvas coverings for the seats and new canvas top, etc…I also converted it to a 12 volt system for safety, but modified an old 6 volt voltage regulator box to cover the 12 volt solenoid. Only someone with a trained eye could spot the upgrade. It has the original oil bath air cleaner, correct fuel/water separator and oil filter.
Interior–all gauges work, floor push starter, blackout light switch, handbrake, brass fire extinguisher, combat steering wheel, & kidney pad. It also has the grease gun, mounting bracket, and maintenance record mounted under the hood. It has the original tire pump under the back seat, too.
I also have SEVERAL WWII musette bag, wooden ammo boxes, a WWII field phone, two original WWII M1 helmets, and a wood/metal REPLICA .30 Thompson sub machine gun. Anyone who is interested in WWII reenacting, parades, etc., will have EVERYTHING they need to jump right in. Oh, I also have a 101st Airborne XL WWII Jump Uniform (replica).
I have the TITLE IN HAND and it is CLEAR.
I will take $20K for ALL….”