GR Auto Gallery is pleased to offer this 1952 Jeep CJ M38 for your consideration. Though Jeep claims their origin as 1941, the first civilian Jeeps did not roll off the production line until 1945. The first civilian Jeeps were given headlights flush with the grille and a 7-slot grille instead of the military-grade 9-slot grille. The CJ is powered by a I4 engine that is mated to a manual transmission. Both the engine and transmission are widely regarded as bulletproof and easy to maintain if anything does happen to go wrong.
The Jeep here is finished in a flat Army Green both inside and out with a Military theme throughout. The Jeep rides on 7.00-16LW Military tires with a rear mounted spare. It also has a rear mounted gas can and an ammo box along with a soft top.
Mechanically the Jeep is in great condition and runs like a top. Now is your chance to own a unique piece of history! Please call or email with any questions or for additional information.