1942 Ford GPW Jeep - SOLD

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1942 Ford GPW Jeep - SOLD

11,500.00

This is a real gem, an unmessed around with original GPW Jeep.

I have personally driven the Jeep on the road and she drives very nicely, stops well, the gearbox sounds fine. Sidevalve engine just purrs away. The frame number says it's a Ford GPW. It has a Willys engine. This was very common as motor pools used what spares they had. It shows the vehicle was used, not sitting in storage. 

The only things that need addressing are a noisy exhaust and one of the front wheel bearings, everything else is cosmetic. There aren't any serious rust issues, a couple of small holes in the driver footwell. This is a California car after all. The original spade and axe are there with lovely weathered appearance. The original black out lights are still there.

She has side mounted jerry cans, and one is rigged up as the fuel tank. I'd be very tempted to leave her as is rather than create just another restored example. 

 

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