Original MB, GPW, M-38, M-38A1 and CJ-2A Bodies from the desert.

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Mb, Gpw, M 38, M 38a1 And Cj 2a (1)

Mb, Gpw, M 38, M 38a1 And Cj 2a (1)

Original MB, GPW, M-38, M-38A1 and CJ-2A Bodies from the desert.

Not perfect, but all original. Prices vary.

Contact John for more photos and details: john@vintagemilitaryvehicles.com

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Hawker Tempest Mark II Project

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We received for sale a very nice project: an original Hawker Tempest Mark II in very good shape. The plane is almost complete and in generally good conditions. It was being restored but the owner now would rather sell it and buy something in flying order or near.
The project has the original Bristol Centaurus V engine with it, in good condition, complete, not overhauled. The engine has the exhaust, intake and spark-plugs placed so the inner parts have been protected. Many small parts were already made and some still need to be repaired. 
  
The project is at $210000 with the Bristol engine.
It can be sold with an R-3350 US Navy overhauled (Alameda) still in the can with a factory-new Slyraider Aero Products propeller at $ 280000.

The Hawker Tempest is a British fighter aircraft primarily used by the Royal Air Force (RAF) in the Second World War. The Tempest, originally known as the Typhoon II, was an improved derivative of the Hawker Typhoon, intended to address the Typhoon’s unexpected deterioration in performance at high altitude by replacing its wing with a thinner laminar flow design. Having diverged considerably from the Typhoon, it was chosen to rename the aircraft, Tempest. The Tempest emerged as one of the most powerful fighters of World War II and was the fastest single-engine propeller-driven aircraft of the war at low altitude.[2]

Upon entering service in 1944, the Tempest was used as a low-level interceptor, particularly against the V-1 flying bomb threat, and as a ground attack platform, in which it supported major events such as Operation Market Garden. Later, it successfully targeted the rail infrastructure in Germany and Luftwaffe aircraft on the ground, as well as countering such attacks by German fighters. The Tempest was effective in the low-level interception role, including against newly developed jet-propelled aircraft such as the Messerschmitt Me 262.

The project includes the following:
1 left wing
1 right wing
Rear fuselage 95% restored
Forward fuselage 50% restored
Original engine mount
Bristol Centaurus V engine
Left elevator (new build)
Right elevator (new build)
Left and right horizontal tail ribs
Pilots seat
Instrument panel
Cockpit console
Rudder post
Canopy
Canopy rails
Rudder bar and lower control stic assembly
Tail gear w wheel
Left and right landing gear
Original brakes
Left aileron
Right aileron (damaged)
Spinner
Nose ring damaged
Armored plate( pilots seat)
Wing fuel tanks
Oil tank
Main wheels

For more info contact:
US1 Exports

Alberti 857 (1642) San Isidro
Buenos Aires , Argentina 
011-549-1-1-4970-9177 (Whatsapp) 
011-541-1-4740-6346
Skype : us1exports 
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M-3 37 mm from New Mexico ~SOLD

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This is the reproduction M-3 New Mexico Gun that is ready to fire propane.

The 37 mm Gun M3 was the first dedicated anti-tank gun fielded by United States forces in numbers. Introduced in 1940, it became the standard anti-tank gun of the U.S. infantry with its size enabling it to be pulled by a jeep. However, the continuing improvement of German tanks quickly rendered the 37 mm ineffective and, by 1943, it was being gradually replaced in the European and Mediterranean theaters by the more powerful British-developed 57 mm Gun M1. In the Pacific, where the Japanese tank threat was less significant, the M3 remained in service until the end of the war.

 

Contact John: john@vitagemilitaryvehicles.com ~SOLD

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M-24A2 and M-24A3 Truck Mounts for the .50 cal Machine Gun, as used in the WC-51, WC-52, and M-37 3/4 ton vehicles

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M-24A2 And M-24A3  Heavy Machine Gun Mounts, Original and Reproductions

As used with the WC-51, WC-52 and the M-37 trucks.

Contact John for more details: john@vintagemilitaryvehicles.com

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122mm Cannon ~SOLD

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1941 Cannon 122mm, contact me for details

Contact John for details: john@vintagemilitaryvehicles.com ~SOLD

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Ben Hur Trailer From the Desert ~SOLD

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One ton Ben Hur Trailer From the desert

This is a WW II trailer that was towed by almost every vehicle except
the jeep.

It came from the Nevada desert so there is no rust.

Very complete and original, with title, in Colorado…………$1900

Contact John for details: john@vintagemilitaryvehicles.com  ~SOLD

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Hercules Cargo Dump Bed for the G 506 Chevrolet 11/2 Ton

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Hercules Cargo Dump Bed for the G 506 Chevrolet  11/2 Ton

Contact Bruce: atbluecloud@aol.com

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US Army Xenon Short Arcc Searchlight w/ Trailer

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Post War Searchlight

Post War Searchlight

US Army Xenon Short Arcc Searchlight w/ Trailer

This is set up to be towed by the M-151 MUTT series jeep.

It is also what is mounted on the M-60 and M-48 Tanks.

Available this coming Spring

Contact John this Spring for more info: John@vintagemilitaryvehicles.com

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K-38 Signal Corps Jeep Trailer, Lineman’s Jeep Trailer

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These K-38 trailers were towed behind jeeps and were used by the US Army Signal Corps repair crews.

They were used to store tools and wire. Very rare with different manufacturers and variations.

For details contact: John

john@vintagemilitaryvehicles.com

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1942 Harley Davidson Motorcycle WLA ~SOLD

 

 

This is a 1942 Harley Davidson Motorcycle that is coming from an estate.

No rust or damage, in very nice condition except the seat needs to be recovered.

Contact John: john@vintagemilitaryvehicles.com ~SOLD

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