1952 Willys M38 Jeep/ I am the third owner of this outstanding Willy’s/Overall condition exterior and interior is excellent/ NO CANCER/1000 miles on professional rebuilt L head original engine/ I had my shop restore it about 10 years ago. Always starts, runs smooth, doesn’t leak anything, dual 12 volt batteries, like new Bestop vinyl cab with doors and large zippered rear door, drop down tailgate, Jerry can with carrier, spare tire with carrier, always garaged, 8,000 lb Warn winch with remote, all gauges and lights work (sometimes the fuel gauge can be intermittent), military style tires are 95%, roll bar, heater that will keep you warm. Fold down back seat. I bought this Willy’s from the farmers family that bought it from the military. He parked it in his shop and I parked it in my shop. This was a western Washington vehicle which means no road salt or chemicals. As you can see in the pics, this is a very sweet M38 owned and used by adults. No teenybopper hack job here.
Also, the custom trailer in pics is included. It was built specifically for the Jeep.
You may have watched the sale on television or read recently about the 1989 Jeep Grand Wagoneer that sold at Barrett-Jackson for an astounding $110,000. While vintage sport utility vehicles have become popular with collectors of late, that 6-figure price paid was the exception, not the rule. It was the exception because the ’89 model […]
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Online auction will raise funds for additional automotive education programs
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