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1942 Willys ford jeep

VIN: 7474
condition: good
cylinders: 4 cylinders
drive: 4wd
fuel: gas
paint color: green
title status: clean
transmission: manual
type: offroad

NOTE THIS JEEP AND TRAILER HAVE BEEN SOLD I WOULD REMOVE POST BUT SO MANY PEOPLE ARE CONTACTING ME WONDERING ABOUT IT THAT I AM KEEPING IT UP TO STATE ITS SOLD TO A WONDERFUL COUPLE.

WW2 1942 rare jeep this is NOT the common ww2 jeep this is a ford script with a Willits frame THAT WAS BUILT THAT WAY! from the factory serial number is 7474 it has crank to start,bocycle pump under rear seat,brass fire extinguisher,repro 50 caliber that is amazing not one of those cheap plastic wood aluminum trash looking machine guns too much to list. Usmc ww2 trailer will be thrown in if you want it TEXT show contact info

I have received emails that ford did not use Williys frames from uneducated people! Please note it is well documented and also on page 192 of the all American wonder volume 2 book it states that there is no doubt this happened and that my jeep is AMONG THE RAREST of jeep variants! Jeeps with a serial number below 8000 (mine is 7474 ) were built using willys frames in order to get production rolling for the war effort also windshield hinges and data plates are solid brass the Willy frame was however stamped like the Ford's with a star 7474 then a star, so please you people who think you know educate yourselves thank you.

Note: I had so much interest on this jeep it was really hard because everyone wanted to TALK or send me more pictures etc. Please only inquire if you are wanting to buy jeep,have the money, AND are willing to come look at it.
  • do NOT contact me with unsolicited services or offers

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