1952 M38-A1 FOR SALE.
I’ve Decided to sell my personal 52 M38-A1 to finance my wagoneer build. It has 51k original miles. I have had this for 6-8 years I think…. I believe i am the second owner (minus military). I purchased from a elderly gentleman’s family when he was in hospice. Still 24volt, all blackout lights work aside from drivers fender light, including the dash. This Jeep has the deep water fording kit (missing tail pipe extension and snorkel extension). New seat upholstery and custom bikini top made from genuine WWII canvas, husky overdrive (rare), rebuilt brakes, add-a-leaf in all 4 original springs, has kelsey hayes renegade 1 wheels with decent 33×10.50×15 bfgs. Rebuilt carb, rebuilt dual action fuel pump, new gas tank, pickup and sender and two new batterys (all within last 4 months) has rust on sides (note photos) floors solid but pass floor has typ crack. Some rust in battery box (has a plate over it) You can see all i have done, i painted everything i have touched with the correct simi OD green. The underside is in good shape, original and dirty, some of the “top hats” have rust, Everything underneath and the wheel wells are coated in a thick military under body type paint.
Runs and drives pretty damn good, haven’t taken it very far yet. Planned on using it to run around this winter, Will cruise down the road 50+ mph. Previous owner had installed aftermarket turn lights on the fron and the rear. I removed those and use hand signals. Wires are still there if you wish to put your own on. FUN jeep to drive, however……. I really want to build my Wagoneer as a “here’s what I can do” kinda rig for my business. So……. breaks my heart but something has to give. Asking $6500.00
I have a white hard top also 850.00 will fit it. Or a grey bestop supertop for it $550.00 extra if you want. I can do rust repairs if you want on the sides for a fee. But i like it the way it is! She has awesome patina, original character splashed with a mild lift and wheels and tires. I only have one original 16″ wheel with ancient bar lug tire. Will include in the sale.
Oh i have new dash plaques and mounting plate, will include in sale. Not installed yet. Originals were probably stolen during its long rest before i got it. More pics on request. Dont message me please! Text or call. 602.763.3505
Jason picked up this `1947 Willys pickup “Restored” from an online seller. Once he had received the truck, he quickly realized that it was NOT any where near restored. He called me, and being a local guy, I went over to have a look. We discussed a plan and began the work to fix up some of the atrocities that were done to the truck. Once we started this process, we realized that we either do it the right way or leave it alone. Jason being a true car guy decided to give it the full restoration. With that plan change, we decided we needed to buy another 47 pickup to get a good cab, and a frame that did not have bondo in it. Once the donor truck was purchased, we worked on this truck for almost two years! Granted it got delayed in the fact that it survived through the building of, not only my first shop, but the second one also! It was a huge challenge, finding all the hard to find early truck parts that it was missing. But wow, it turned out great. We installed new floors, a new bed floor, patches just about everywhere. Painted it in Picket grey with Normandy blue wheels and top. We also painted the shocks Normandy blue. The interior is a bit custom, the seat was upholstered out of a couch blanket that the owners wife loved. We laminated the blanket for strength and upholstered the door and kick panels in marine grade blue vinyl. The truck was completely rewired with correct woven wire and converted to 12volts. Once the truck was completely detailed and assembled we had the pinstriper come out and stripe the “W” on the tailgate and matching grey stripes on the wheels. What a restoration! Thanks for your patience Jason, Please enjoy your amazing truck
Ron sent us this Jeep to restore and build for him. This Jeep has a special place in his heart, His father found this Jeep in a sad state. His dad put the Jeep back together and the family used it for many years to go on family trips and hunting adventures. Ron and his father bonded and spent father and son time in this CJ7. When Ron’s father passed away, Ron decided it was time to resurrect his dads jeep. He had sent the jeep to a guy who sprayed on the exterior bedliner and tore the Jeep apart and then neglected to put it back together. Thats where we came in…….
Ron shipped us the Jeep and we began to make him and comfortable and reliable play and hunting rig. The motor had been previously rebuilt, so we added a Howell fuel injection, DUI ignition and wires, rebuilt both axles, all the brakes, added power brake booster, full poly suspension kit, and Procomp shocks. Complete rewire, carpet, modern A/C, new dash pulls and gauges, indicators, dash pad, Alpine stereo, memphis Audio speakers, Corbeau front seats were also installed. We had the rear seat sewn to match the fronts with material ordered from Corbeau and a Tuffy console and old school CB round out the interior goodies. Outside we installed procomp front bumper with a Bulldog 9500 lb winch, KC lights and tow bar. On the rear we did a Rockhard rear bumper tire carrier combo with 2 NATO cans and a firestick antenna. A garvin roof rackwith new flares and lights round out the exterior accessories. 31×15.50×15 cooper STT tires and Procomp wheels were the final touch on this awesome build. Ron spec’d out everything he wanted. This Jeep is now back in the hands of its Family. They are enjoying using it and remembering Harry and how much he enjoyed this CJ.
Thanks again Ron, it was a pleasure building this family jeep for you!
The Jeep Farm, LLC is VERY proud to offer this amazing 1972 Jeep J4000 Jeep pickup! It is a second owner truck, 6,000lbs gvw. 88,000 original miles. Custom cab. AMC 360 V8 and TH400 automatic. Dana 20 transfer case, Dana 60 rear with trac loc, Dana 44 front. Dual fuel tanks, 36 gallons total capacity. This truck is owned by a good customer of mine. 2 years ago I did complete floor pans, and painted the inside of the cab back to its original white. The interior still has its original seat, headliner and door panels. All the lights and gauges work, Oil and Amp lights work, including original AM radio. The original dash pad is warped and cracked. Extensive work done over the last year. Lots of new parts including a flowmaster exhaust, fuel tank, sender and lines, brake booster, master cylinder, wheel cylinders, brake lines, power steering pump, radiator and fan shroud, heater core, all rubber hoses and fluids. A brand new set of 31×10.50×15 BFG All Terrains are mounted on brand new white spoke rims. The tires have 1,000 miles on them. This is one Awesome original truck! The Blue portion of the truck seems to have been repainted at some point in its life. The truck came with an old camper top that had its own rear door, so as you can see in the pics, the tailgate is near new!! There are some small rust holes in the rear bed corners, and some bubbling at the front fender flare. The white exterior portions are original. There are dents and scratches in the hood, again please look at the pics. The tail lights, back up lights and turn indicators are all new. This is a RARE and largely original truck, and a rare opportunity to own it….
I am consigning this truck for a customer of mine that has a few Jeeps and are Jeep people. He and his family love this truck, and have put a lot of love into this truck. I have worked on this truck and have personally driven it. The motor is strong and trans shifts firm. The exhaust sounds great but not too loud. The suspension is firm, but that is too be expected of this generation of Jeep work horses. This is a VERY neat truck with a great color combo. The prices on early J-truck are climbing and if you have ever wished to own one…. now is the time.
Asking $11,500.00 Will be posting on ebay within the next week. If interested please contact me. I have the title in hand. The payment will be done through me. Direct deposit, cash or bank check. If sending a bank check will need 7 working days to clear. Once money has cleared my account, I will fed-ex the open and clear title to you. I can help arrange shipping. Please contact Michael at Priority Auto Relocations (bottom of main page of my website). he can get you a quote. Shipping payment is up to the buyer. Once payment has cleared the Jeep can be shipped or picked up. The Jeep Farm, LLC offers NO warranty, neither does the owner. This is a 46 year old original Jeep. No warranty is implied or expressed. If you wish to buy this jeep and drive it home, that is up to you. Please don’t ask me “if it will make it to, XXX” I wont answer. If you have never owned a classic Jeep, please read “Buying a classic Jeep”. Thank you for looking, any questions or offers, please contact me directly. Again I am not a dealer, I only sell Jeeps that I personally own and have driven and worked on. please call with questions 602.763.3505 Thank you.
The Jeep Farm, LLC is proud to offer this Root Beer brown Renegade for sale. We are consigning this Jeep for good customer of ours. This CJ is from New Mexico and wears a nice Root Beer Brown repaint with replacement renegade stickers. The Jeep originally had A/C however the under dash portion is gone. The nutmeg interior has seat covers over original seats. The fronts are ripped as well as the back seat. A CD player and nice speakers round out the inside. The original hard top is also included. However a wind storm (thanks Arizona) flipped it over and it has repairable damage. The suspension is a 2.5″ lift kit with Rancho shocks and HD shackles. Brand NEW 32×11.50×15 Goodyear MTR’s are mounted on stock wheels. The spare is a older BFG on stock wheel and a “jamboree rack” for holding your cooler. The front has a BRAND NEW Bulldog 9500lb winch and KC lights. Over the last couple of years we have done LOTS of work to this CJ. We rebuilt the axles with “motive” 4:10 gears, rebuilt posi trac and one piece axle shafts in the rear and front gears to match. All new bearings and seals were done in the rebuild. We also installed a Weber carb, HEI ignition, aluminum radiator and high end electric fan to make it run better and cooler in the AZ heat. The transfer case being painted silver, the way the motor runs and how clean it is, leads me to believe that it could have been rebuilt or just removed and painted when a clutch was done. No proof to this but the Jeep runs very strong and the 5 speed shifts well. This Jeep has been used off road for fun and hunting. It has scratches and dings. The drivers fender and hood was replaced at some point in life (the inside is black, not brown). Included is an older Bestop super top, the windows are scratched and foggy in places. The front floors are the worst part. Previous owner installed a insulated rubberized floor mat in the Jeep. This is a BIG NO NO…This caused the front floor boards to rust. The passenger floor board has pin holes in it, the drivers side needs a floor pan replacement. The floor is solid under the base of the roll bar footings as best I can tell. Here at the Farm we do floor replacement all the time. If you wish I can quote you the repairs and handle them here. Once done we can also paint the floors the original color, or do a color matched bedliner in Brown or Nutmeg. Aside from the floors, this is a very nice running and driving Jeep.
Will be posting on ebay and Sellajeep.com Within next two weeks. If interested please contact me. There is a clean and clear Arizona title. The payment will be done through me. Direct deposit, cash or bank check. If sending a bank check will need 7 working days to clear. Once money has cleared my account, I will fed-ex the open and clear title to you. I can help arrange shipping. Please contact Michael at Priority Auto Relocations (bottom of main page). he can get you a quote. Shipping payment is up to the buyer. Once payment has cleared the Jeep can be shipped or picked up. The Jeep Farm, LLC offers NO warranty, neither does the owner. This is a 34 year old original Jeep. No warranty is implied or expressed. If you wish to buy this jeep and drive it home, that is up to you. Please don’t ask me “if it will make it to, XXX” I wont answer. If you have never owned a classic Jeep, please read “Buying a classic Jeep” on my site.
Thank you for looking, any questions or offers, please contact me directly.
1984 Jeep CJ7 Laredo.
The Jeep Farm is proud to offer this unrestored, original paint Laredo. This jeep belongs to a customer of mine and she needs to sell it to put daughter in college. Last year (less than 500 miles ago) I put a brand new 258 6 cyl motor in it, completely cleaned and painted the engine compartment and added all new hoses, belts, wires, plugs and more. The Jeep also has a Howell Fuel Injection on it. This highly optioned CJ is equipped with and automatic transmission and dana 300 transfercase, factory A/C and hard top with bronze tinted windows.. The Jeep still wears its original paint and stickers, the hardtop seems to have been damaged at some point and has been fiber glassed, smoothed and repainted. The tub is 90% rust free and only has surface rust on front floor boards and around base of roll bar. Seems Jeeps with factory A/C and carpet always suffer from this, even original AZ Jeeps. The factory Laredo front seats are gone as is the factory carpet. There are some correct color, older aftermarket seats in front. The original rear seat is in the Jeep. (I can sand and repaint floors in original white for $1300.00, or do a Nutmeg colored bedliner in the Jeep for $750.00 if you wish, before the Jeep ships). The underneath of the Jeep is very clean and has the original dana 30 front and 20 rear with a 3″ lift kit and 33×12.50×15 Dick Cepek Fun countries on factory wheels. The spare has never been used. A previous owner has fabricated a tow bar mount under the factory front chrome bumper (we do not have the tow bar) and a 2″ receiver hitch on rear. The previous owner also replaced the speedo and tach at some point, so the mileage on the odometer is somewhere near 500 miles. When my customer titled the Jeep, AZ DMV titled it as 400 miles. SO ITS BRAND NEW!!! I am only kidding!!! original mileage is unknown, but seems by condition of Jeep, to be low. The Owner is also including a fitted car cover, 2″ receiver hitch with ball, a Chiltons Manual, Folder with all receipts, a CB radio, Bottle Jack and bin of spare parts.
I have personally worked on this Jeep and driven it. It drives very nice, engine is strong and fuel injection is perfect. With the automatic, it is not a rocket ship, but has plenty of power. The tires have plenty of tread left, but are older and getting hard, and the steering box has the usual cj play in it. (this too can be fixed before shipping for $450.00, includes a professional rebuild with a variable ratio gear installed. NOT a parts store rebuild) Aside from those simple things, she is a tight and strong CJ.
Will be posting on ebay and Sellajeep.com Within next two weeks. If interested please contact me. I have the title in hand. The payment will be done through me. Direct deposit, cash or bank check. If sending a bank check will need 7 working days to clear. Once money has cleared my account, I will fed-ex the open and clear title to you. I can help arrange shipping. Please contact Michael at Priority Auto Relocations (bottom of main page). he can get you a quote. Shipping payment is up to the buyer. Once payment has cleared the Jeep can be shipped or picked up. The Jeep Farm, LLC offers NO warranty, neither does the owner. This is a 34 year old original Jeep. No warranty is implies or expressed. If you wish to buy this jeep and drive it home, that is up to you. Please don’t ask me “if it will make it to, XXX” I wont answer. If you have never owned a classic Jeep, please read “Buying a classic Jeep” on my site.
Thank you for looking, any questions or offers, please contact me directly.
1950 M38 Military Jeep. Art is a local and brings in his jeep once or twice a year for bits and pieces.The work that we have done in the past consists of, suspension work, brakes, rebuilt steering, rebuilt parking brake, clutch and flywheel. Pressure wash and paint transmission and transfer case. Hand bent all the lines for the vacuum for wipers, axle bearings and TONS more. This past go around was probably the largest with full paint and detail on everything other than the motor. He will be back for that probably later in the year. One of the cool things we found was the numbers on the rear bumper. We found those while sanding the Jeep for paint. We duplicated what we found, albeit having no idea what they mean! Art loves to take his jeep in parades and to shows. This is not a nut and bolt restoration or even M38 “perfect” but it is the way he wants it, and it is a beautiful Jeep. We are happy to work on it for him and help bring back a piece of American history.
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David sent us, this way awesome 73 CJ Renegade to build for him. He was the original owner of this CJ, lost it for a while and was able to buy it back. This complete nut and bolt, high performance Hot Rod CJ build was a blast! Starting with a clean 73 with a small block chevy conversion, we tore it down to the frame. Knowing he wanted a healthy motor in it, we Boxed the frame with dimple died panels and plated the outside of the frame with panels. We then converted the front axle to disk brakes using a 83 cj axle as a donor, used a SSBC disk brake kit for the rear Dana 44. Pulled the bearings and gears and freshened the original 4:10’s with new parts. David and I had talked about motors here and there. But when it came time to pull the trigger, boy he did! We purchased a Blue Print Racing Engines built, alum headed 383 small block. 400 HP and 420 FT LB monster goes into a Super T-10 4 spd (that was in the jeep) and the original dana 20 transfer case. Controlling this monster is a FiTech fuel injection with a “tanks, Inc” in tank pump. Edelbrock valve covers and air cleaner, with a “near chrome” powder coated intake and fan give it that show car gleam. The Hooker fender well headers were reused and powder coated in black with custom Magnaflow side pipes. The light weight Enkei wheels he had purchased in his youth were still on the Jeep, so we polished them and mounted a set of 33×12.50×15 BFG All Terrains. Around back we custom made a tire carrier/rear bumper combo with another BFG and not having a 5th Enkie, we used an American racing wheel to finish it off.
The body was for the most part clean and nice. We had to re-do the front body mounts on the tub as they had collapsed like most CJ’s from that era. The tub was sent off to have it sprayed in 2005 Dodge Patriot Blue. We did a color matched bed-liner on the bottom of the tub and on the floors. The old dash had been cut up for radios and speakers, so we filled all the holes with metal and had it sprayed at the same time. A custom polished tilt column with a LeCarra wheel is hooked to custom linkage and a rebuilt variable ratio steering box. Power disk brake booster controls the 4 wheels disk brakes with all custom bent lines and a Wilwood proportioning valve. The interior had older Steel Horse seats and the original rear seat that we recovered in modern JK materials. We also covered the rollcage and the original Renegade dash pad in the same material. Rounding out this build is a complete new wire harness, custom center console with a round marine radio and Autometer gauges.
This was a FUN build, and this Jeep is a hand full. It is Sooooo Fast and sounds rowdy!… and a BEAUTIFUL CJ.
This super cool 43 MB came to us from California. Doug purchased this Jeep and it was titled as a CJ3a (I think). Once we got it here I quickly realized that it was in fact an original military MB. The body was a replaced with a re-pop tub at some point in its life. Doug was thrilled to find this out (he loves military paraphernalia). He had us do a number of things to make it mostly “correct” without going to crazy. He did not want us to paint it, He did that himself once it got back to California. The project scope was to get her running, driving and stopping like it should. We also fully detailed the engine compartment, Painting the motor firewall and more. We re-loomed existing wires and did as much as we could without going over the top on budget. Its kinda a mix of military and civilian. We also installed new gauges, switches and more. One of the bigger tasks was to cut the side out of the jeep and replace the side panels with the correct style that has the shovel and axe cut outs. This kinda snowballed into removing part of the flat floor and putting in the correct style floor with the cut out and correct low sump style tank. You can see what we di by the NEW paint. We installed the shovel and axe, gas tank, sending unit, and added the missing tool box under the passenger seat. Going with the military theme, we cut and installed the correct black out lights but re-wired them to use standard 12v bulbs. We also rebuilt the brakes, resealed the axles and completely painted the under side in OD green. This was a fun build. and The owner finished up the OD green paint with, correct hood numbers and more. Doug now proudly Drives his Willys in parades and on the streats of LA much to the discomfort of the LAPD.
I found this wagoneer and purchased it off of its original owner in Northern Arizona. After owning it for a while Tim and Alicia contacted me and were looking for a first gen Wagoneer to add to their collection of Jeeps. They purchased this from me and we began a year long restoration. The Jeep had not been on the road or ran since 1989. Due to rust, It needed most of the floors and rear quarters. We installed all new sheet metal, then treated the rest of the Jeep to a rust dissolver . Once this was done, we sent it in to the paint shop to be completely sprayed inside and out in Modern base/clear PPG paint mixed to match the “prairie gold” factory color. Since there are no after market lift kits available for the first Gen wags and the owner had some concern about the “post style” spring mounts, we welded on all new spring hangers along with late model Wagoneer springs. We used a Superlift 2.5″ front lift spring and late model rear springs with a nice overload and a hanging (shackle flip style) rear shackle. Old Man Emu shocks round out the suspension with a set of 31×10.5×15 BFG’s on stock wheels with stock hubcaps. While underneath the Jeep we built a custom 38 gal fuel tank and skid plate, added a original “jeep” class 3 receiver hitch, All new brake lines and a all new Magnaflow Muffler and exhaust system. With the body freshly painted we installed a new windshield, all new window felts and tracks, new rear quarter rubber, door seal rubber, body mounts and more. The interior was originally a pewter color, The owner wanted that changed to black. So we repainted the Dash board, Converted the front from bench to bucket by using set of 70’s Wagoneer buckets seats, and upholstering them to look older. Using mostly marine grade vinyl with modern yet old looking insert material we made it durable yet stylish with a 60’s vibe interior. Not quite done yet, we added custom matching door panels, a custom headliner .and new carpet kit with a rubber rear cargo area matt. Mass amounts of sound deadener and custom rear quarter inserts with a light, 12V outlet and hidden compartment. finish up the interior. We also installed a Retro Radio and modern A/C parts to work with the vintage under dash unit. A complete new Wire harness and modern fuse box was installed, re-using all the original switches and plugs, and a 180amp 1 wire alternator.
I am sure there is more that I am forgetting, This was a year long major build. BUT MAN AINT SHE PURTY! Tim and Alicia did not have us do anything to the original Buck 350, axles or the 3 on the tree trans. Tim is a Diesel guy and does his own swaps, so he will be putting a 4BT Cummins, ZF 6 spd trans and JK axles. He is planning on some 17″ wheels with dog dish hub caps to round out the build. Man she is gonna be sweet when he is done.
I restored this CJ7 a while back. Pictures kinda got lost in the Jeep Farm archives. Its a original golden eagle V8, automatic, quadratrac. I drove this for a couple of years before selling it. I did a 2.5″ lift kit, 33×12.50×15 BFG All Terrains on some rare Ansen Mag Wheels I found at a swap meet. It was a very nice driver, new gauges and a LeCarra steering wheel PS and PB Jeep. It had a older tan paint job that I buffed out and reinstalled new Golden Eagle stickers on. Honestly I cant remember much beyond that. It did have a nice Magnaflow exhaust on it.