John Ferrie is now back from his trip to Brazil. You may contact John by E-Mail at John@vintagemilitaryvehicles.com or Phone at (970) 217-3859
This M-1008 was bought from the Army painted desert tan. Since then the owner repainted it a more modern civilian tan and added civilian markers on the fenders.
Otherwise, it is very stock and original. It has low mileage with no rust or damage.
This is a nicely restored 1966 M-151A1 MUTT jeep with a trailer, ROPS kit, machine gun mount, radio and underwater kit.
Over $20,000 were spent on the restoration.
Rebuilt engine, transmission, new wiring kit, gauges, batteries
Uncut with no rust except for a spot under the batteries that can be repaired easily.
Dodge M-37 with rebuilt engine and pintle hook.
Late WW II Ben Hur Trailer with landing wheel, very complete and original.
1952 Dodge M-37 with original hardtop.
Rare USMC 1964 Dodge M-43B1 Ambulance in great condition.
1950 M-38 Willys Jeep Project $4800
Several M-29, M-29C & M-28 Weasel Projects
1958 Land Rover with Ford six cylinder engine.
Price reduced to $14,500!
Nicely restored Dodge M-37 with winch.
Very complete and original; from the Wyoming desert; extra T-115 engine that turns over; drive train looks good; contact me for more details, $6,500
Date of Delivery 12-30-41
Coming soon, a nice original WC-54 Ambulance. Details and better photos soon. Please contact me if you have an interest. Includes spare wheel and passenger seat. Good engine and drive train.
Coming soon, a nice original WC-54 Ambulance. Details and better photos soon. Please contact me if you have an interest.
Please ask if you see anything that you need from this group of jeeps and parts and email me at email@example.com.
From the desert, very complete and original!
Almost finished, all the difficult work has been done. Comes with a new Beachwood top in the box as well as other new parts. Runs and drive well, except a minor brake leak. Straight body with only minor surface rust. Needs paint, minor brake work and the gas tank refinished.
Body and frame match.
This is an especially nice Ford Script jeep with minor rust, solid and straight body, rebuilt Willys engine, very complete and original.
It was stored inside since 1959 and used only during hunting season.
These are getting hard to find!!
Price reduced to $8,500!
Browning 50 cal semi-automatic Machine gun with cradle and accessories.
For sale by owner, call Le at 720-272-1626
This is a trade-in that would be a good parade jeep or just for driving. The body is fairly straight and solid with floor patches and undercoating. The engine turns over and it was running recently. It was converted to 12 volt.
Unrestored. Anyone Interested?
This was the standard trailer that was used on all trucks from 3/4 ton to 2 1/2 ton.
This was the light truck was used by the USMC and US Navy during WW II.
This truck is from the desert. It was a trade-in and it is partially restored. There is some rust in two of the side compartments where rags were stored, but otherwise it is solid. The drive train is complete and appears to be good. The engine is running. The winch and PTO seem to be good , but it needs a handle. It is a 12 volt model with a large generator. We also have the gas tank and a gas can. We have found a tailgate.
Just found, an unrestored 1945 Willys MB in good condition. A solid Colorado jeep with WW II engine that turns over.
This one is partially restored and is ready to drive. It’s from the Colorado desert. It starts, drives, and stops well.
It has a correct GPW engine and a strong T-90 transmission. The original transmission (T-84) is included.
The body is straight and rust free. The underbody “hat channel” is in very good condition.
The electrical system is 12V and the service lights work.
This is a rare original USMC M-37. Engine turns over and we will know soon if it runs.
1942 Halftrack, restored as a M-3, very nice, but not cheap! Rebuilt and new tracks. Located in Louisiana.
This is a solid carryall from the Arizona desert. Straight body with repairable rust; engine turns over; very complete and original.