1941 Willy's MB Slat Grill
I purchased this Jeep in 2014 with an older restoration that still looks beautiful; no rust or rot at all. However, due to an undisclosed crack in the block, I had to install a professionally rebuilt, balanced and sleeved CJ2A engine and used the early head off the old block. Engine runs strong and smoothly and transmission shifts through all the gears without issue. The transfer case shifts into 4wheel drive without any problems. I was unable to find an MB block at the time so that is why I used a CJ2A but, it still looks period correct. This is a 6 volt system, has a pertronix electronic ignition and everything works including gauges, lights and blackout lights. As is common with these types of Jeeps, the transfer case drips and the driver side rear spring sags. To my knowledge it has a reproduction Willy's script tub, CJ2A wheels and motor but everything else is MB. Canvas is older, still in great shape and complements the Jeep's appearance. The hood number is correct for the serial # & the date of delivery which the data plate states December 4th 1941. I stenciled the unit identification markings for the Millville NJ Army Air Field (where I live) which is where they trained Thunderbolt pilots and is America's 1st defense airport.
Clean title and serial # on title matches the early serial # on the Jeep.
Price: $22,000 or best offer
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