1945 Willys MB WWII Jeep
Up for sale is a 1945 Willys MB WWII wartime Army Jeep with rebuilt engine. The accessories that are shown in the photos are also included, which are shovel, axe, fire extinguisher, rifle carrier, helmet, replica grenade crate, two military bags, canteen, bridge plate, 1940's jerry gas can, rope, soft canvas top, and 1945 trench shovel.
This jeep is unique because it has the original drive line, motor and chassis, but a brand new steel body and grille so there is ZERO rust on this perfectly straight body. Many new parts include a rebuilt T84 transmission, new head lights, blackout lights, blinkers, trailer light connection, seat belts, seat frames, keyed ignition switch, all gauges, steering wheel, high beam switch, wiring, manual windshield wiper, electronic ignition, coil, canvas seats, hip pads, door safety straps, muffler, tool box locks and keys, canvas summer top, gas tank, sending unit, and Firestone tires, and more.
This is a finished jeep, and can be driven home, or anywhere it needs to go. It is great in Parades and in the woods (although I've never driven it off-road and it has been garage kept). I use it currently for trips to the store. You get lots of looks and high fives. This is a Fun jeep!
I have also installed an Air Raid siren that sounds like an old police siren that you can control the length of sound by the dash switch. Grandkids love it and makes a great sound for Parades!
Wartime 4 Cylinder Flat Head Go-Devil engine that runs strong with a well-tuned carburetor. It cold starts well every time winter or summer. Throttle and Choke cable. The jeep has good straight brakes, and drives straight down the road. Good oil pressure and clutch. Minimal to no leaks. It has had a 12V conversion and new alternator.
This Willys MB is street legal and safe with clear Kansas tag, blinkers, tail lights, headlights, olive drab seat belts, horn, and brake lights. I have slightly hidden the front blinkers so that you cannot notice them, so the look of the jeep remains accurate. Parking light works. It cruises about 45 mph.
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