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Classic Military Automotive » Archive of Sold Vehicles

Archive of Sold Vehicles

This page lists previously sold vehicles including the listing and sale price.  These listings are for reference only. The information contained herein is deemed to be reliable but is not guaranteed.

For older (previous to Spring 2009) sales, check out the link to our old website

If you have any questions, please feel free to e-mail Terry at gpajeep@yahoo.com or call (707) 542-4353.

1945/46 CJ2A     ****Sold for $3500

**Sold for $3500 Spring of 2015 ***** This is an early Civilian Jeep aka CJ 2A. Some of these early Jeeps still had the ax and shovel imprints on the driver side panels left over from WW2. This one had the 3 speed column shift levers but, someone later on swapped out the shift tower for a cane shifter style tower. The transmission case still has the linkage levers on the side of it. I guess one could re-activate those linkages if one chose too. This Jeep was primarily used as a Hunting Jeep/ Ranch Jeep. We cleaned her up, did some electrical corrective work to get all of the lighting to work, and replaced the engine with a more period correct block (late MB Block) with the engine number of #MB 570412. The replacement engine was not rebuilt but it checked out good and it runs great. The brakes were also replaced and we took care of the most evident oil leaks throughout. Jeep drives good. It still needs some basic up keep but it's a good runner / driver for anyone wanting a daily driver or hunting rig. We are in the process of titling it, as the paperwork was missing when we bought it. Asking Price: $3,900.

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1941 Ford Staff Car ******SOLD **FOR  $20,000

1941 Ford Staff Car Not a whole lot of these running around. The original driver of the vehicle searched for this Staff car after WW2 so he could buy it from the Government. Later it showed up in a wrecking yard in Lodi, Ca. where he rescued it. Original owner has since passed on but his dream has now been fulfilled by it’s current owner. This Staff Car was completely gone through and it sports the Ford Flat head V-8 which was completely rebuilt. New upholstery was installed but some idiot left it the sun too long and it slightly bleached the cloth at the rear windows. Otherwise, that it’s a beautiful WWII Staff car. $38,000 or best reasonable offer. If you have any questions, comments, or just want to drop us a line, please feel free to e-mail Terry at gpajeep@yahoo.com. Prefer talking to someone instead of typing? Give us a call at (707) 542-4353.

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1942 FORD GPW SCRIPT MAY 1942**SOLD For $18,000

Model: GPW/ Ford Date of Delivery: 5/1942 Asking price: $22,500. Delivery is possible within the state of origin with a full price offer. Description: This is one of our newest arrivals. A customer had started this process around 9 years ago but was not able to finish it so, we had to complete the assembly work and make it ready for a new home. The original restoration philosophy on this build was to do a "Frame Off" restoration, making it not only look brand new but, making better upgrades to the braking system. The brakes shoe size was increased from the standard 9" shoe to the larger 11" shoe for much better braking power. The 6 volt system was used making sure all ground points were properly cleaned for optimum electrical efficiency. There are many different levels of restorations recognized in the WW2 Jeep market. This one in particular can be summed up to be a newer rendition of the early production line of WW2 Jeeps. These types of Jeep are not to be mistaken as "museum quality" as that tends to set the upper market values and critics would have a field day. This one is more in line for the person who wants to keep their budget low, have a museum level look, and a restoration which allows you to have fun while using it. Perfectly fine to say that it classify s you as a,..."Battle or Parade ready" driving piece of history. If you want to look the part and have something fresh and ready to go...Well here it is and, at a reasonable price!!! Here is the over view of the components in place: 1) Original early Ford frame in top condition. 2) The running gear is mostly an original blend of both Willy's and Ford components IE: Differentials, Steering, rebuilt transmission/transfer case all in good working order. 3) Leaf springs and wheels are after market . Wheels are all mounted with new Denman Military style tires. 4) Complete MD Juan Reproduction early Ford Script body kit 5) Rebuilt MB (Willys) engine with all the bolt on components rebuilt and or new IE; Carburetor, manifold, fuel pump, new water pump etc. 6) Electrically it was all replaced with a High quality wiring harness, blend of new and or original gauges, switches and lighting etc. 7) A new rear seat and canvas top is also included even though it was not featured in the photos. As much as we would have liked to add more to this Jeep build, the additional cost would have made it less obtainable for most beginner buyers so, we left a few items off the list which can be added later when your budget allows. These are the Ad-Ons that are all available for an additional charge IE: Crank handle Tire pump, tool kit Tow rope or Tandem tow bar Siren and red light 30 or 50 Cal machine gun Gun rack Complete radio set Black out light and guard Markings Fuel can mounted or not Trailer socket Canvas storage or water bags Please feel free to call us at anytime if you have questions regarding any WW2 Jeep. We Love these things as much you do so don't be afraid to come forward and become more acquainted. We are here to help! Thanks for viewing. Terrence O'Connor 707-542-4353

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Bantam Civilian Jeep Trailer - Post WW2 **SOLD for $1000

Post WW2 Civilian Jeep Trailer Mostly original. Tub floor in rough shape, but solid metal. Standard ball hitch, with chains. Electrical not tested.

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 1942 FORD GPW SCRIPT JEEP WW2 MILITARY**SOLD $7500*** - $8500

1942 Ford GPW WW2 Jeep aka "Script" Asking $8,500 We don't need to go into the history of Jeeps in order to enlighten you on how rare these models are. This is for the individual who knows what this is and is wanting to not have to spend over $20k to get a good one. This one is and was your typical 1960's to 1980's "Lets make it more streamlined looking by skim coating it" type of ownership. The best thing about this popular technique back then was that it preserved what was under it, "Good Metal" with virtually no rust and not much metal stretch. Granted, they did modify a few items like converting the seat frames to CJ frames, took all of the top bow hardware off and filled the holes, put an "Oh Jesus Strap" just above the glove box, after market wheels and tires, lock out hubs, custom winch plate and rear cross member etc. etc. etc, BUT!!! they still left it easy enough to return back to original. Basically, they left most of the stock configuration in tacked, or just covered over it "methodically with some thought". Still has the T-84 and original running gear. The data plates are original and they match the frame number but the engine had been swapped out for a Willy's MB at some time in the past so we can't quite call it an all matching numbered Jeep.....can we. We know that Ford used Willy's frames in the early productions but this is a Ford frame. The Jeep runs good and was maintained regularly. The brakes are probably needing to be gone through but it still drives and stops and is fully registered. Come on up and lets give it a burn shall we?!!!

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1943 Ford GPW SN GPW 99415

All matching numbered Jeep High end rebuilt engine which means fully balanced, ported, polished and internally upgraded for better performance and longevity. Less than 500 miles since restored. Always garaged in a very dry environment. No stale fuels or oils were allowed to be left in this vehicle so the care for this vehicle is top notch. Restored in 2006 using a reproduction body tub, windshield frame and hood and the rest is original components. Attention to detail definitely shows on this Jeep especially with period correct radio equipment and markings. Ready for combat! Asking $28,500 OBO

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1941 WILLYS SLAT GRILL DOD 12/4/41 $25000

1941 Willy's "Slat Grill". DOD December 4th 1941. Older restoration that was hardly ever driven. Only 875 miles since it's restoration. New paint is pretty much all it needed. All canvas in good shape. Runs and drives very well. Titled and currently on a "NON-OP" status. We will deliver it anywhere in California and put basic markings on it with a full price offer. Price: $25,000. Contact: Terry @ CMA 707-542-4353 or 707-292-9160 gpajeep@yahoo.com

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1972 M151A2 "MUTT" JEEP  **** SOLD $5600  *****

1972 M151A2 aka "Mutt" with less than 18,000 original miles. Army issue Needs paint and a little TLC but a real gem. 24 volt system Easy starting Great driver Steers like it's got power steering and stops like it has disc brakes. 2 minor electrical issues and it might just be a burned out bulb. The rear right stop light doesn't work but the running light does. The blinker system does not work. Probably dirty contacts since it just plugs in. Easy to replace. Small rust hole under battery tray and one small area on the lower driver side but not bad at all. Comes with top but it needs some stitch repair. Looking for offers

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1942 Willys MB Jeep  $8000 (Traded value $8000)

Very strong runner. Wiring needs work but everything seems to work. Nice original body Front end has modified bumper extension for towing. Was used as a hunting Jeep Owner says it jumps out of gear occasionally on steep hills. Transmission had been rebuilt within the last 4 years so maybe the tolerances have loosened up a bit. Parts should still be in good shape. Brake Job in 2008

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1951 WILLYS M38  $7900  Sold $6000

Here is a 1951 M-38, fairly original but like most, in need of some moderate improvements. The body on this one in very original and in good condition. We looked for rot but couldn't find hardly any except for your common hat channel extensions under the forward foot pads. Someone had under coated this Jeep at on time so I think it saved it from getting rotted out in the usual places. This is a second owner vehicle and according to the original owners testimony some twenty-five plus years ago, it originally came from the Benicia Armory in the San Francisco bay area. The original owners son was stationed there and was able to acquire it from surplus. The only stipulation was that it needed to be painted yellow before leaving the base. From there it lived in the Napa Valley for most of it's life which is usually a hot and dry climate until the current owner purchased it. The current owner had it painted green in late 90's to early 2000's. The paint color is not exactly the correct Army color for the time period but non the less, it protected it from future exposure to the elements. Unfortunately, some rodents ate some of the wire loom coating. Positives: All of the brake pads were replaced along with all brake wheel cylinders. The master had been replaced not too long ago. Compression is as follows: #1 100 #2 100 #3 97 #4 100 Leak down proved all valves are in good condition with little to no air pressure leak by. Transmission and transfer case appear to be in good condition. No major oil leaks Drives nice and doesn't over-heat. Currently registered and titled Negatives: Electrically the system works however the harness is tired and needs to be replaced. The tires are fair but are showing signs of cracking. Seat covers are not canvas and are stained from ware. There is no canvas top and the top bow assembly needs a few set screws and retainer chains but for the most part it seems to be in working condition. The windshield frame and glass was altered by an installment of a center support strip to allow for a rear view mirror. The mirror has lost it's sliver backing and does not reflect an image. The water pump drips occasionally. System charges but the ammeter doesn't move. Fuel gauge doesn't work. Speedometer works but the cable is broken Original data plates on dash are gone and a set of M-38-A-1 plates were installed Final Comments: If you are looking for a good driver and and a "Drive as you Go" restoration, then this could be it. As far as non-restored original M-38's are concerned, this one appears to be in good mechanical condition except for the wiring. The speedo shows 21,000 miles on it and it feels like a low mile drive-train. I think this is a good choice if you don't want to spend over $8,000. What the heck...make a reasonable offer! Call if you have a question! Tire kickers welcome!!!

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1943 WC56 Command Car  $36900 asking *** SOLD******

1943 WC 56 Dodge Command Car Fully Restored in 2001 Always Garaged Upgraded Front and Rear Differentials with 4:89 gears All canvas and bows in great condition. Top has original rear glass sewn in. Has rubber floor mats. Very low miles since restoration. For more details, e-mail Terry at gpajeep@yahoo.com. or give us a call at (707) 542-4353.

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1944 Oct/Nov Ford Gpw  Sold for $8500

Asking price: $9,000 Selling price: $8,500 Buyer Info; Local area. CMA buyer pool. Days on market: 3 Titled as a 1943 GPW but after looking at the frame number the date actually shows it as a Oct/Nov. 1944. Everything works on this Jeep Investigative work revealed that it had been restored many years ago. The body has no rot and the craftsmanship was exceptional. Used mainly around town and parades Great compression Ie: Numbers 1= 100, 2=100, 3=100, 4=88lbs. Paint faded to a nice patina for parades, reenactment and/or combat ready. Comments: These types of Jeeps are our best sellers. Most buyers don't want to spend above $10,000. and yet they want it in good safe drivable condition. Unfortunately, these don't come along that often. You need to be in the right place at the right time and you need to stay in touch with CMA on a regular basis.

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1945 Willys 45 12 Volt  $9250 ** SOLD FOR $9000******

Sold for $9000 June 2012 1945 MB Parade or combat ready. New tires and canvas. No canvas top 12 volt system Brake booster Power take off winch in working order

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1945 Willys MB Jeep Script Rear Panel $15,500 SOLD for $14,000

Sold April 2012 for $14,000 1945 Willy's MB. DOD 1-19-45 Frame number MB-410734 Previous owner added the rear script panel to make it look like an early jeep. Also the data plates say 1-19-42. Brand new, balanced, ported and polished high end motor. This Jeep has been well cared for and is ready for anything you want to do with it. Has all canvas Desert over-flow canister Bridge plate Tow rope The Jeep is is a great runner and doesn't leak. It was not intended to be a Concourse De' Elegance show stopper but it does turn head non the less! Your going to love the way this one drives. $15,500 obo owner is motivated!

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1959 Mitsubishi CJ-3BM   $3900 SOLD for $2450

Sold for $2450 April 2012 1959 CJ 3BM by Mitsubishi Motors and Jeep #16350 Engine # JH435452 Very nice restoration candidate and easy to get parts for. Crosses over for M-38 parts Great body, fenders, hood, grill etc. Engine runs but smokes Brakes not working Steering box not working properly Has title This Jeep came out of a barn in very dry climate in California.

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1954 CJ-3B    $3800 **** SOLD FOR $2600

Sold March 2012 for $2600 1954 CJ 3B Power take off winch Original 6 volt system Just in time for hunting season. Running and ready to go. Perfect for around the hunting club or ranch. Restoration potential.

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****SOLD*****1942 Ford Gpw (blue)       $3950  (sold for $3500)

Sold Feb 2012 for $3500 1942 Ford GPW. Runs, shifts and drives great This Jeep body is not your best restoration candidate. The body has been wrapped in sheet metal. The work was good for it's time however, for restoration purposes, replacing may be best. Perfect for around town, ranch, etc. Paint it OD Green, put a star on it and you'll "look the part" from 20 feet. Price to sell fast: $3,950.

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***SOLD ****1974 Landrover Lightweight  Series 3  $8500 (sold for $7000)

Sold in Jan 2012 for $7000 1974 Series 3 Military Lightweight Land Rover. 24Volt FFR (fitted for radio) Built for a British army specification for air-liftable Land Rover by Westland Wessex helicopter also the army found the standard Land Rover to be too wide for the Armstrong Whitworth Argosy and HS780 Andover transport aircraft. This Series three is one of the first of this series to be issued and Saw service in Germany as well as the UK. 2286cc petrol engine 77hp @4250 rpm. 4 speed all synchro gearbox is far less trouble to drive than the earlier 2A Landrovers. 88" wheelbase all original as last repaired and painted by the army. Complete with all nomenclature plates and radio cage, pick and shovel (pioneer kit) on back tailgate. Canvas "tilt" has apertures for the various radio antennas . No rust that I could find (pretty rare the outriggers are usually rotted through) as the army was good about maintaining this one. It looks like the usual multiple applications of undercoating so beloved by the British Army has been removed and even the factory applied gloss "bronze green" is visible in the wheel wells. 24 volt alternator works well which is good as these are around $1,000 to replace I've heard. Enthusiasts value the 24v models as they crank over and fire up so readily. Kind like putting a 12v battery in a 6v jeep. Only issue I've found is a parking brake which doesn't hold as I think the brake shoes are contaminated. I would recommend replacing the shoes and probably the output shaft seal while I was there.

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1945 Ford GPW Very Original (Sold for $26000)

1945 GPW Listed for $27,000 Sold for $26,000 Date of Sale: 1-01-11 Days on market: 40 All original Ford Military Jeep. This one is probably the nicest original bodies we have seen. Purchased off of the surplus lot on Army street in San Francisco in 1946 All original miles Good compression Painted 3 times since original. All green top coats. Latest color is the early OD. Good original canvas top Proper zipper type cushions. Drove and performed like new.

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44 Willys July 44 Vineyard Jeep  $2500  (Sold for $1500)

Sold Sept 2011 1944 MB; Serial number: unknown; Tub number: 99803; aprox date of manufacture July 3rd 1944; Titled: Yes; Nomenclature plates: none; Jeep was originally purchased in 1960's and used extensively on vineyard land as a family tour vehicle. The condition of the frame shows some rear cross member damage and the front cross member has a rust hole in it but all is within your normal "fixable" range of condition. The body tub tool box floors are rotted through and there is patch work to the floors in places. Modifications include: Home made tow bar assembly, M38 - CJ front windscreen with no wipers, Front seat frames back rest repaired with newer tubing, No rear seat, No top bows or brackets, No body handles or hardware, Tub was skinned on the front sides and seams Bondo-ed, CJ radiator, Homemade wiring to tail-lights, After market tail-lights, Ford truck wheels- 16 inch rims- 650 mud and snow tires in poor shape (no spare), After market speedometer, Period correct reproduction Temp, oil pressure and voltage meter and key switch, No nomenclature plates. Engine and drive-line: The engine shows a compression reading of 1- 100 lbs 2- 86 3- 85 4- 100. The engine may need a valve adjustment but appears to run fine. Components work off of the original 6 volt system. The heat riser is stuck and needs to be serviced. The transmission shifts and performs normally. Some oil seepage mixed with dirt is present but no major oil leakage on the ground. Proper air cleaner, cross over tube, oil filter housing. The carburetor is a CJ (636-SA) Carter in good running order. Conclusion: The running gear and motor are in good usable condition. The body is good for hunting and gathering but obviously not for show. A full restoration is possible but the Jeep would need a lot of correct style components.

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Slat/Production Willys          Sold for $7775

A blend of components make this a 1941 to 1945 WW2 Jeep. It's actually registered as a 1962 Willy's. Willys MB Slat grill body tub 42-45 MB frame CJ Motor Combat ready According to the family member who owns it, the jeep was purchased off of a surplus lot in Oakland, California after the war. Obviously the jeep has been slightly modified over it's life however the modifications were done using period correct parts with the acception of the motor which is post war. The transfer case has the internal Parking brake drum style assembly and the transmission is the T-84 original factory type unit. The tires are in almost new condition and are mounted on a total of 5 original combat wheels. There are 2 canvas tops one being the winter style top and the other being a summer top. The original tool box lids are missing and a set of home made ones were installed at some point in time. The body tub actually is one of the most interesting features to this Jeep. The tub is an early Slat Grill tub and is in good original condition even though someone has skinned over the back panel restricting the name WILLY'S from being seen. A person can see the script writing from the inside view. This existing Slat Grill body tub, could conceivably be removed and placed on an original Slat Grill type restoration project. In turn, by replacing the tub with a correct later tub would give someone obviously more than one option The Jeep has been outfitted with a CB band radio, turn signals and an AM radio which are not original to the this vehicle. Current attempts to test these components have shown that the CB radio does not broad cast but does make static, The radio and turn signals work. Current repairs to the jeep were to the fuel system. The fuel tank, carburetor, fuel pump and some fuel lines were replaced because the Jeep has been stored for more than 6 years in a dry garage, rendering the fuel to go stale.

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1951 M38 Korean War Jeep $19,000 ( SOLD for $14500)

1951-52 M-38 Extra deep water fording kit comes with Jeep. Jeep was well maintained. Complete winter top. Fun for hunting, fishing, sight seeing. Fun for the whole family! If you have any questions, comments, or just want to drop us a line, please feel free to e-mail Terry at gpajeep@yahoo.com. Prefer talking to someone instead of typing? Give us a call at (707) 542-4353. Quick sale get you a better price! $19,000 obo

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1944 WC 56 Command Car   $39,000  Sold March 2011

Hurry…this won’t last! Just finished and available for a limited time only! 1944 3/4 ton WW2 Command Car aka WC 56 Restored by a real expert who specializes in Command Cars so you know your getting the best. Full fresh restoration run well into the $40K range but this one is offered for only $39,000 Firm. Owner built this for himself but is willing to part if you meet his price before the hard weather hits. Act now if you can. If you have any questions, comments, or just want to drop us a line, please feel free to e-mail Terry at gpajeep@yahoo.com. Prefer talking to someone instead of typing? Give us a call at (707) 542-4353.

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1951 M38 (Sold in March 2011 for $15,000)

1951 M38 Restored with reproduction tub and original fenders, hood, and windshield. 12 volt conversion Beachwood canvas Over 20,000 invested doing the job right!

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1942 Willy's  MB Slat Grill Jeep HOXIE $8500  Sold for $7000

Sold for $7000 November 2010 1942 Willy's Slat Grill MB Slat Grill Frame and Grill with Composite Body T-90 Transmission CJ style Wheels with all new tires Original Data Plates This jeep has been modified over the years to accommodate better driving performance. The jeep starts, drives and brakes comfortably. Is a good dependable parade driver, hunting and or ranch jeep. If you have any questions, comments, or just want to drop us a line, please feel free to e-mail Terry at gpajeep@yahoo.com. Prefer talking to someone instead of typing? Give us a call at (707) 542-4353.

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1945 Ford GPW  Matching Numbers (Sold in Oct. 2010)

Sold Oct 2010 1945 Ford GPW. All matching numbered Jeep Restored in 2006 Original body Many "F" marked bolts and accessories Original Tandem tow bar. Motor was not rebuilt during its restoration. Motor runs good. Transmission rebuilt during restoration. Grinds a little going into 3rd. Does not jump out of gear. Good tires and combat wheels Price is not set. Open pricing. Owner has invested well over $20,000 into Jeep but is looking for best reasonable offer. If you have any questions, comments, or just want to drop us a line, please feel free to e-mail Terry at gpajeep@yahoo.com. Prefer talking to someone instead of typing? Give us a call at (707) 542-4353.

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1942 Ford Script GPW/Early Willy's Body $5,200 Sold in Sept. 2010

SOLD September 2010 1942 Ford GPW Serial # 11595 Date of Delivery 3-42 Early GPW Script Frame #11595 Early Willy's Body (post Willy's Script) CJ/M38 style 4-cycle motor. Jeep starts, runs, drives and stop, though there are issues that need repair, including: Noisy throw-out bearing Transmission jumps out of second gear occasionally Clutch pad rattles and No parking brake assembly Carburetor is not period correct (Solex) and needs adjustment. If you have any questions, comments, or just want to drop us a line, please feel free to e-mail Terry at gpajeep@yahoo.com. Prefer talking to someone instead of typing? Give us a call at (707) 542-4353.

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Sold May 2010 1943 Willy's MB Serial Number 217274. Date of Delivery 3-11-43 All new tires on 5 combat rims Good original body tub including fenders, hood, grill and windscreen. Front seat frames are “Slat Grill” frames. Rear seat is original Original top bow frame and braces Excellent frame. Most all dash components are original and in working order. Engine components are in good condition and in working order however, needs engine valve work and rear end bearing work. Factory compression 115 to 120 psi Vehicle's complete fuel system was recently brought up to good working order. Electrical wiring needs replacement and various seals need tightening up. If you have any questions, comments, or just want to drop us a line, please feel free to e-mail Terry at gpajeep@yahoo.com. Prefer talking to someone instead of typing? Give us a call at (707) 542-4353.

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1953 Dodge M43 - $3850 (Sold in May 2010 for $3500)

Sold May 2010 56000 original miles.
- Original speedometer included.
- All new tires.
- Front locking hubs.
- Ring and pinions have been moved to 4.89:1 in front and rear.
- Cruises at 55MPH.
- Motor was rebuilt in the early 1980's. New water pump. Rebuilt carburetor. Recent tune-up.
- New master and wheel cylinders.
- Body is in good condition.
- Wiring is tired, and could use replacement.
- Needs TLC.

Excellent runner! Asking $3850 or best reasonable offer. If you have any questions, comments, or just want to drop us a line, please feel free to e-mail Terry at gpajeep@yahoo.com. Prefer talking to someone instead of typing? Give us a call at (707) 542-4353.

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1942 FORD "SCRIPT" GPW $19,500 (Sold in June 2010 for $18,100)

Sold June 2010 Early version FORD "SCRIPT" with Ford stamped (numbered) Willy's frame. Jeep was restored years ago and impeccably maintained. Jeep has all of its original body parts, no reproduction body components. Includes most all of the time-period hardware i.e. fire extinguisher, crank handle, etc. Starts, runs and drives like a fresh restoration should. Ford engine block and head. Canvas to included. Vehicle was just repainted to correct OD Green color. If you have any questions, comments, or just want to drop us a line, please feel free to e-mail Terry at gpajeep@yahoo.com. Prefer talking to someone instead of typing? Give us a call at (707) 542-4353.

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1945 Willys CMA Restoration $28,500 (Sold in Feb. 2010 for $28,500 + options)

Sold February 2010 along with WW2 Jeep Trailer for a total price of $31,000 This is a complete professional frame-off restoration nearing completion. Every part has been bead-blasted, red oxide primed and painted late war/occupation semigloss olive drab. Virtually all original with majority of correct Willy's bolts. Tub is original with some replacement panels. Data plates and frame # 444300 Date of delivery 5/24/45 Front and rear ends completely professionally rebuilt. Transmission and transfer case completely professionally rebuilt. Original and correct motor in process of being rebuilt. Being returned to factory specs. Comes with all correct, original typical accessories including Blackout fender light, Tire Pump, Jack, Gas Can Holder and Gas Can, Pintle Hitch and Fire Extinguisher. Correct Military NDT Tires on Original Combat Wheels, including Spare Tire. Speedometer, Fuel and Amp gauges are original, others are correct reproductions. Original Gas Tank with new sending unit. Includes original, rare Bridge Plate and Headlamp Guards mounted on Grill. Top Bow and top. If you have any questions, comments, or just want to drop us a line, please feel free to e-mail Terry at gpajeep@yahoo.com. Prefer talking to someone instead of typing? Give us a call at (707) 542-4353.

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1944 Willys MB - $19,500 (Sold in Fall 2009 for $15,000)

Sold Fall 2009

All original Sept. 1944 Willys, except for the following items:
- Repro Top bows
- 12 volt system
- data plates.

Everything on this jeep was taken down, sandblasted, repaired or replaced as needed and put back together in original form. This jeep has new tires and new canvas.

If you have any questions, comments, or just want to drop us a line, please feel free to e-mail Terry at gpajeep@yahoo.com. Prefer talking to someone instead of typing? Give us a call at (707) 542-4353.

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1943 FORD GPW $20,500 (Sold in Fall 2009 for $18,000)

Sold Fall 2009 Fully restored Ford GPW with Delivery Date 2-11-43 from original data plates. Everything rebuilt including a new motor with 63 miles on it. Reproduction body with many F-marked parts. Tires are 7.00 x 16 on CJ rims. Vehicle is combat/parade ready. If you have any questions, comments, or just want to drop us a line, please feel free to e-mail Terry at gpajeep@yahoo.com. Prefer talking to someone instead of typing? Give us a call at (707) 542-4353.

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1943 MB (Hunting setup) $4,200 (Sold in Fall for $3000)

Sold Fall 2009

Currently set up for the hunter-gatherer type.

Runs well but needs some TLC

Owner very motivated Asking price $4,200 or best reasonable offer.

If you have any questions, comments, or just want to drop us a line, please feel free to e-mail Terry at gpajeep@yahoo.com. Prefer talking to someone instead of typing? Give us a call at (707) 542-4353.

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1944 Ford GPW $5000  (Sold in Fall 2009 for $3250)

Sold Fall 2009 1944 Ford GPW 231744.
- Body is in good condition
- minimal rust.
- Engine runs well, but will need new carburation and exhaust system.
- Great project for the mechanically inclined. The vehicle has fantastic potential, but will need some work to get it there.

Asking $5000, or best reasonable offer. If you have any questions, comments, or just want to drop us a line, please feel free to e-mail Terry at gpajeep@yahoo.com. Prefer talking to someone instead of typing? Give us a call at (707) 542-4353.

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1951 M38 JEEP $6900 (Sold in Feb 2010 for  $6300)

Sold Feb 2010 November 1951 M38 Korean War Era Jeep also used in Vietnam Conflict. One of only 62,300 +/- built. Good immediate runner for all purpose of use : parades, re-enactments, future restoration, ranching, farming, or hunting. Body in usable condition but has dents and mild rust which is repairable. Brakes are good. Tires are used but drivable. Includes one M38 wheel and the rest are CJ. Motor is strong running with good compression. Starts, drives and stops well. 12 volt electrical conversion for easy maintenance. Fuel gauge inoperable but "wooden fuel indicator stick" included. Vehicle is mostly original. More detail photos available upon request. If you have any questions, comments, or just want to drop us a line, please feel free to e-mail Terry at gpajeep@yahoo.com. Prefer talking to someone instead of typing? Give us a call at (707) 542-4353.

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1951 M38 $5900 (Sold in Fall for $5300)

Sold Fall 2009

  • Body and running gear all in good order.
  • Motor runs well
  • Stored indoors for years

Owner motivated. Asking price $5,900 obo

If you have any questions, comments, or just want to drop us a line, please feel free to e-mail Terry at gpajeep@yahoo.com. Prefer talking to someone instead of typing? Give us a call at (707) 542-4353.

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1970 Jeepster Commando $4,200 (Sold in Fall 2009 for $3500)

Sold Fall 2009 1970 Jeepster Commando with 136,000 original miles. Needs very little TLC, fairly original in good condition. Automatic transmission (GM Turbo 400). Power steering. Brake booster, brakes and cylinders have only 15,000 miles. Tires like new. If you have any questions, comments, or just want to drop us a line, please feel free to e-mail Terry at gpajeep@yahoo.com. Prefer talking to someone instead of typing? Give us a call at (707) 542-4353.

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1941 Stuart M3-SOLD

If you have any questions, comments, or just want to drop us a line, please feel free to e-mail Terry at gpajeep@yahoo.com. Prefer talking to someone instead of typing? Give us a call at (707) 542-4353.

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