Restored M38A1 Military Jeep 4x4 134ci 4cyl 3-speed Manual ///
The beneficiary of a through, frame-on restoration that was completed in 2018 by Rutland, Maryland's Greg's Restorations, this Willys M38A1 dresses traditional Olive Drab paint in patriotic U.S. Army callouts. A hinged, 1-piece windshield leans just beneath a decommissioned machine gun. Up front, a thick tow rope ensures mud doesn't turn into capture, and out back a vintage Pintle Hook capacitates a small trailer. Extended trials, both expected and unexpected, are accounted for with a large Jerry Can and a full-size spare tire. And cool details include a small mirror, a tied antenna and an NOS Blackout Head Lamp. Hoist the hood and you'll find 134 cubic inches of proven Willys Hurricane that follows a new carburetor, a new fuel pump, a new generator and a rebuilt distributor with new plug wires and an NOS exhaust manifold. Power flows through a tough Borg-Warner 3-speed, which, positioned next to a new starter, spins Spicer front and rear axles. That drivetrain hangs in a rugged leaf spring suspension, which stretches old school manual steering between NOS drum brakes. And at the corners of the floor, study steel wheels twist 6.00-16 Firestone Military tires. Between this Jeep's deleted doors, there's enough room for up to four troops on simple cloth seats. Opposite those thrones, an Olive Drab dash hangs vivid telemetry in front of fresh wiring. There's an antique ammo box that nicely complements the truck's big gun. And the driver rules the road through three shifters and a simple Olive Drab steering wheel. Mixing unique character with all-American swagger, this Willys is one super cool classic! And when it comes to the driving experience, it's about as much fun as you can have on four wheels! Call, click or visit https://www.RKMotors.com for more information.