This listing is for a 1952 Willys M38-A1 (US Army) Jeep with 59182 miles stored indoors in a climate-controlled warehouse. Beautifully patinaed it starts every time and runs great. Top end is 60 MPH on a flat road (if your leaning forward). New parts, starter, coil, 5 tires and tubes. Gas tank has been cleaned and sealed. Recent oil change. Four-cylinder 134F engine with 3 speed T90 transmission that runs strong, does leak a little oil. New complete engine/seal kit comes with vehicle. Transfer case may or may not work, never put in four-wheel drive. 24-volt electrical system with built in trickle charger. Has a roof bow, but never had the canvas top (inexpensive and readily available). Lots of period extras, including practice grenade (drilled and used as a shifter), hula girl, ammo box, 1951 oil can mounted to floor with a coffee cup holder, knapsack mounted to back of seat for storage, cut off key for security in glove box, rear view mirror, shovel under hood, blackout light works, Korean War canteen for radiator overflow, gas can, whip antennae, two-ton grill plate, hemp rope, tow hitch and hooks, and latch seat belts from a 1960 Havilland bomber. Clear title Vin # 17272

Used Year: 1952
Mileage: 59182 Interior Color: Green
Make: Willys Number of Cylinders: 4
Model: MA Transmission: Manual
Trim: M38-A1 Body Type: Convertible
Engine: 4 cylinder Vehicle Title: Clear
Drive Type: 4WD Options: 4-Wheel Drive, Convertible
Fuel Type: Gasoline Sub Model: Jeep
For Sale By: Private Seller Exterior Color: Green