Tub, motor, seats...etc are all original and in great condition. My grandfather was a machinist in the Coast Guard and the title looks like he may have purchased this in 1946 from the military. He was an avid Deer hunter so he installed an auxiliary heater and had a custom canvas top and doors made for the Jeep. The Canvas top and doors are in excellent condition having been crafted in the early 1950's, they are removable. He also installed the locking hub releases which allowed him to tow it to the mountains to hunt. This Jeep runs great. The Brakes and seals do need attention, master cylinder is full of clean fluid but brake pedal goes to floor and does not fully engage brakes. The Jeep was regularly started and driven around the block to keep the engine and all parts well lubed and working properly. When not being used for hunting, the Jeep was garaged since the day he bought it. Being a machinist by trade he was meticulous and took great pride in keeping the Jeep well maintained. The Jeeps engine block is stamped MB-215273. The cylinder head is numbered 639660 and the Firing Order is 1-8-4-2. This jeep also has the PTO option on it. Jeep has a low 16,502 original miles. The rims are not combat rims, they are the civilian rims. The combat rims were allegedly removed and replaced with the civilian rims prior to licensing the jeep for sale to the public. The axels appear to be stamped 2-32-S. The estimated Hood Number is 20316897. My grandfather lived to be 98 years young and I inherited the Jeep when he passed. I am open to all reasonable offers. Feel free to contact me with any questions or to request additional photos/information..etc.
City: Palos Verdes
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