Willys CJ2a Jeep Military Painted like MB or GPW
Painted in the colors of 3rd Army 37th Battalion, General George S. Patton’s army that liberated the Nazi besieged city of Bastonge deep in the Ardennes forest during the last major German offensive of WWII – the Battle of the Bulge. New alternator New hi-torque starter (not original, way better) New water pump All new flexible brake lines New brake master cylinder New tires New seat cushions New seat frames New paint New fluids (brake, oil, coolant, grease) New transmission and differential seals (still leaks a drop here and there – it’s 70 years old!) New clutch & pressure plate New shock absorbers New hard brake lines on front wheels. New blinkers (add on, not original, but very nice to have) New shift knobs New parking brake components New wheel seals New ignition parts (plugs, wires, distributor parts) New exhaust system Engine runs great but smokes some, probably from sitting, engine compressions are 120 +/- 2 psi, needs to be ran. Starts right up, runs strong. Transmission shifts well. Locking front hubs (not original, but saves a lot of wear). Has spare tire and jerry can (display only). If you drive this, you will be saluted, waved at, cheered, and questioned at stop lights, intersections, and gas stations. Old men will tell you war stories and even the ladies like these. Current Vermont registration in my name. Optional top $800. Optional bridging disk $30 (yellow number circle). Optional windshield wipers $100 Airway Heights, Washington, United States