1952 M38-A1

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

1947 Willys Pickup

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