1945 Willy's MB WWII Jeep

Price: US $2,799.00 Item location: Wichita, Kansas, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Willys
  • Model: MB
  • Year: 1945
  • Mileage: 1234
  • VIN: 429694
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
  • Want to buy? Contact seller!
Description:

1945 Willys MB

All offers over $2000 given serious consideration!!!

1945 WWII acm type II tub with a 1946/7 CJ motor and T-90 transmission, original MB tag still present on frame. Machine gun pedestal mount present, definitely a WWII frame/tub.

Original data plates are missing. Previous owner added a tailgate, roll bar and a CJ-5 hard top. Used a winch in the front to haul deer through the back without busting a sweat.

Tool boxes flat and nice, not rusted out. Original floors present but have a sheet nicely laid over. It was done so well you can't tell.

Upon further inspection the vehicle has a thin layer of Bondo over the entirety. Peels right off. Some area are worst than others, clean metal under some, rust on other bits.

Worst areas are side panels and where tailgate was added. Right side has sheet metal that was pop riveted and bondo over.

Left side tool channels have a mix of Bondo and fiberglass.

Price lowered to reflect condition.

Original air cleaner, I believe carburetor and other parts.

If you're looking for a guaranteed runner for a start to a project or a reenactor grade Jeep this won't take much. Has Bondo on left side, some on hood also and maybe elsewhere I've missed.

Runs and drives great! Starts with the turn of a key. Open to offers. I can also deliver to surrounding states or further at cost.

Has missouri title but does not match, sold on Kansas bill of sale, will include title.

Will upload video to YouTube of it running and a walk around soon. Also available locally, bid soon, need it gone.

** Edit ** two videos are up!

Additionally happy to most places 5-7 hours away at 20/hr of drive & fuel calculated at 10mpg, I have a thirsty dodge V10, hopefully that gives you a ballpark cost of shipping.

Starting cold video

https://youtu.be/WXCciqT2DMs

Walk around video

https://youtu.be/8uipZbke1Ks

Shifting through gears, moving forward & back

https://youtu.be/A2nO4e7Gvyg