!SOLD! M170 AMBULANCE !SOLD!
This is an unrestored and very original M170. The body is in good condition with just some minor dents. Overall the vehicle is very solid. The engine runs strong. The electrical system is 24 Volt.
This vehicle will make a reasonably easy restoration project.
This is a matching serial number GPW that will need a complete restoration. Body can be salvaged. I was told the engine ran but needs to be rebuilt. A lot of the original parts are intact.
1952 M38 with M100 Trailer
jeep is an off body restoration with an epoxy primer and rust
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This M38 has been in my inventory for sometime and recently we decided to put it up for sale. If you are looking for a nice solid original M38 this would be a good Jeep to purchase. This vehicle has never been civilianized - it is still 24 volt. This is being sold as a project vehicle to be completed by the buyer. We did some of the major repairs here to present a running vehicle. This includes a new brake system (master cyl, wheel cyls, steel lines), new fuel tank, steel line set, tune up, two new batteries, rebuilt carburetor and other small details.
If you are in the market for a Jeep always keep in mind that the more complete and original a vehicle is such as 24 volt system the greater resale value you will have. Don't be fooled by cheaper vehicles that have been civilianized, you will pay in the long run to replace all of the original parts.
This is an original M38A1 in running condition. This vehicle was purchased off of a military base years ago. It has sat in my back yard for awhile and I have now decided to sell it. It has never been in civilian hands till I bought it. It still contains all of the original components including the 24 volt electrical system and it appears that, according to the markings, it was a marine corps. jeep. I think this Jeep was hardly used by the military because of how tight the drive train feels and how good the engine runs. The body of this vehicle is in very good condition with the exception of some rot on the front passenger side.
If your looking for a Jeep to restore this would be a relatively easy restoration. Here is what we have done to prepare it for sale. The Fuel Tank, Radiator (and hoses), Master Cylinder, the four wheel cylinders and the fan belts have been replaced. Rusted brake and fuel lines were replaced, a rebuilt carburetor was installed and two new batteries were added. All of the fluids were checked and replaced to achieve a good running performance.