1944 Willys MB Project

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1944 Willys Mb Project 1
1944 Willys Mb Project 1

This is a very complete and original jeep from the desert. It has a solid body and is very complete and original.

It comes with new tires, new gas tank, and many other parts, $10,500

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1942 Harley Davidson WLA Motorcycle

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1942 Harley Wla 1
1942 Harley Wla 1

Harley-Davidson began producing the WLA in small numbers in 1940, as part of a general military expansion. The later entry of the United States into World War II saw significantly increased production, with over 90,000 being produced during the war (along with spare parts the equivalent of many more). Although many were produced only a few remaining are original. These are difficult to find in this great condition.

1942 Harley Davidson WLA Motorcycle

This is an older restoration that runs and drives well.

It is from the Colorado desert, so there is no rust or serious damage.

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1951 M-38 Jeep From the desert

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Main
Main

The Willys MC or formally the 14-Ton, 4 x 4, Utility Truck M38 was a quarter-ton four-wheel drive military light utility vehicle made by Willys between 1949 and 1952. It replaced the World War II Willys MB and Ford GPW models, and had a total production of more than 60,000 units.[1] The M38 was a military version of the then-current civilian Jeep CJ-3A.[1] The M38 differed from the CJ-3A in numerous ways, including a reinforced frame and suspension,[3] waterproof 24-volt electrical system,[1] sealed vent system for the engine, transmission, transfer case, fuel system[1] and brake system.[citation needed] Some M38 jeeps were assigned to the Korean theatre of operations, but the majority of vehicles used in that conflict were rebuilt World War II vintage. Approximately 2,300 M38 Jeeps were manufactured by Ford of Canada for Canadian Armed Forces in 1952, designated as the M38-CDN jeep. Its successor was Willys M38A1.

The M38 windshield could be folded flat for firing and the body was equipped with a pintle hook for towing and lifting shackles front and rear. The headlights were no longer recessed as on previous models but protruded with a guard wire in front. The “pioneer” tools (ax and shovel) which were carried on the MB’s driver side were transferred to the passenger side of this vehicle

This Jeep was found in the desert and has no significant rust. It came with a hardtop, so it was well protected. It now has an M-38A1 engine that probably runs, however it comes with a professionally rebuilt correct M-38 engine. All the accessories come with the correct engine. Also, other parts are included with this jeep, but not shown.

$9500 with a good title.

This jeep is nearly complete.

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DUKW Partial Restore

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Dukw 1
Dukw 1

The DUKW (colloquially known as Duck) is a six-wheel-drive amphibious modification of the ​2 12-ton CCKW trucks used by the U.S. military during World War II and the Korean War.

Designed by a partnership under military auspices of Sparkman & Stephens and General Motors Corporation (GMC), the DUKW was used for the transportation of goods and troops over land and water. Excelling at approaching and crossing beaches in amphibious warfare attacks. Surviving DUKWs have since found popularity as tourist craft in marine environments.

This partially restored project looks very nice.

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M-59 Armored Personnel Carrier

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M 59 Armored Personnel Carrier 1
M 59 Armored Personnel Carrier 1

The M59 was an Americanarmored personnel carrier that entered service in the spring of 1954 replacing the M75. It had three key advantages over the M75: it was amphibious, had a lower profile, and was considerably cheaper to produce. Production ended in 1960, by which time approximately 6,300 had been built. The M84 Mortar Carrier was a derivative of the M59. The M59 was replaced in service by the M113 family of vehicles.

This is the US Army’s post-war APC that was before the common M-113

It runs and drives but it needs restoration. It has a low-mileage and good tracks.

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GMC Amphibious 6×6 DUKW

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Dukw 2
Dukw 2

The DUKW (colloquially known as Duck) is a six-wheel-drive amphibious modification of the ​2 12-ton CCKW trucks used by the U.S. military during World War II and the Korean War.

Designed by a partnership under military auspices of Sparkman & Stephens and General Motors Corporation (GMC), the DUKW was used for the transportation of goods and troops over land and water. Excelling at approaching and crossing beaches in amphibious warfare attacks. Surviving DUKWs have since found popularity as tourist craft in marine environments.

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US Army WW II Restored M-8 Armored Car ~SOLD

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Us Army Ww Ii Restored M 8 Armored Car

Us Army Ww Ii Restored M 8 Armored Car

US Army WW II Restored M-8 Armored Car
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1942 Ford Script Jeep

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1942 Script Jeep (3)

1942 Script Jeep (3)