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JMA 490 – 1942 Ford GPW “Willys” Jeep

£19,995.00


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      JMA 490 – 1942 Ford GPW “Willys” Jeep

      Here we have a superb World War 2 Jeep, restored to a high standard including:

      • Reconditioned Engine
      • Reconditioned Gearbox
      • Reconditioned Transfer Box
      • Reconditioned Steering Box
      • New wiring
      • Reliable 12v electrics
      • New rear tub – “Ford” script
      • Replica Browning 30mm gun
      • Towing “A” bar
      • Pioneer tools
      • Radio & Aerial
      • 5 new “Bargrip” tyres
      • Fully rewired – all new instruments

      This Jeep is “on the button” and fully sorted – ready to use and enjoy.

      Whether you are looking for something unusual to add to you collection, looking for a classic vehicle to attend shows or WWII reenactments, or simply want something a little different to fetch the Sunday papers with – this Jeep attracts attention wherever it goes.

      Spare Parts
      Almost everything is still available for the Jeeps, either as a new authentic part or as new old stock. Many of the parts are much cheaper to buy than you would expect making this one of the cheapest classic vehicles to run and maintain

      Insurance and Road Tax
      This vehicle will easily qualify for cheap classic insurance and most drivers ought to be able to insure it for less than £100 per year on a classic policy. It also benefits from being in the “Historic ” taxation class with the DVLA meaning the tax disc is free.

      Ford GPW Jeep History
      Willys designed and started manufacture of their famous MB wartime jeep.
      As they were unable to supply enough vehicles for the war effort the US Army also instructed Ford to also manufacture the Jeep.
      These Ford Jeeps were known as the Ford GPW.

      The Ford GPW Jeeps are more sought after than the Willys as the Ford GPW was only manufactured during WW2 so by default it has to be an original wartime vehicle.
      Willys however continued with Jeep production after WW2 so unfortunately there are many non WW2 vehicles masquerading as original wartime vehicles.

      Jeep is advertised on behalf of one of our good friends and is NOT located at Land Rover Centre.

      Please contact Peter direct for any further details or to arrange to view:

      07976  602792

      0161 278 3153

      Thank you