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M151 JEEP FORD MUTT RESTORATION

€22,320.00 Including VAT

M151 JEEP FORD MUTT FULL RESTORED

INCLUDING FORDING KIT

Truck 1/4-ton 4x4 Utility.Ford Kaiser Jeep

4-cyl.71-bhp engine,driving rear or all wheels via 4-speed gearbox and single-speed transfer box.

Hydraulic brakes.Independent coil-spring suspension.Tyres 7.00-16.Wheelbase 85 in.Overall 133x64x71 in.

Weight 2350 lb.Designed by ford in the 1950s to replace M38 and M38A1 Jeeps.Quantity production from 1960.

Price: €18,000.00

M38A1 RESTORATION

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Willys M38A1
Years Produced: 1952-1957
No of Units: 101,488

This was the first appearance of the 'round-fender' Jeep that would eventually become the CJ5.  The M38 A1 was quite different that the CJ5, having a stronger chassis and reversed front spring shackles, in addition to the military accoutrements such as standardized GI instruments and a 24 volt electrical system.  The M38 A1 lasted quite awhile in military service.  Even after it was replaced by the high-tech Ford M151, they could be seen in OD green as late as the 1970s

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MERCEDES 240GD RESTORATION

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The 240GD  fitted with a 2,300-cubic-centimeter, indirect-injection, four-cylinder diesel engine. It achieved 52 kW of output, which is the equivalent of 69.73 horsepower at 4,400 rpm, and had 101.1 ft.-lb. of torque. Its maximum speed was 115 kilometers per hour, or 71 mph. The curb weight of the 240GD was 4,453 lb. Its length measured 173.4 inches, it was 66.9 inches wide, and 76.8 inches high. Its front and rear track both measured 56.1 inches, and it had a wheelbase of 112.2 inches. It was capable of holding 17 cubic feet of cargo.

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MERCEDES 240GD RESTORATION

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The 240GD  fitted with a 2,300-cubic-centimeter, indirect-injection, four-cylinder diesel engine. It achieved 52 kW of output, which is the equivalent of 69.73 horsepower at 4,400 rpm, and had 101.1 ft.-lb. of torque. Its maximum speed was 115 kilometers per hour, or 71 mph. The curb weight of the 240GD was 4,453 lb. Its length measured 173.4 inches, it was 66.9 inches wide, and 76.8 inches high. Its front and rear track both measured 56.1 inches, and it had a wheelbase of 112.2 inches. It was capable of holding 17 cubic feet of cargo.

Price: €0.00

M151 JEEP FORD MUTT RESTORATION

€0.00 Including VAT

Truck 1/4-ton 4x4 Utility.Ford Kaiser Jeep

4-cyl.71-bhp engine,driving rear or all wheels via 4-speed gearbox and single-speed transfer box.

Hydraulic brakes.Independent coil-spring suspension.Tyres 7.00-16.Wheelbase 85 in.Overall 133x64x71 in.

Weight 2350 lb.Designed by ford in the 1950s to replace M38 and M38A1 Jeeps.Quantity production from 1960.

Unitary body by Fruehauf.M151A1(1964) and M151A2 (1970) were improved versions.

 

Price: €0.00

M151 JEEP FORD MUTT RESTORATION

€0.00 Including VAT

Truck 1/4-ton 4x4 Utility.Ford Kaiser Jeep

4-cyl.71-bhp engine,driving rear or all wheels via 4-speed gearbox and single-speed transfer box.

Hydraulic brakes.Independent coil-spring suspension.Tyres 7.00-16.Wheelbase 85 in.Overall 133x64x71 in.

Weight 2350 lb.Designed by ford in the 1950s to replace M38 and M38A1 Jeeps.Quantity production from 1960.

Unitary body by Fruehauf.M151A1(1964) and M151A2 (1970) were improved versions.

Price: €0.00

M38A1 RESTORATION

€0.00 Including VAT

Willys M38A1
Years Produced: 1952-1957
No of Units: 101,488

This was the first appearance of the 'round-fender' Jeep that would eventually become the CJ5.  The M38 A1 was quite different that the CJ5, having a stronger chassis and reversed front spring shackles, in addition to the military accoutrements such as standardized GI instruments and a 24 volt electrical system.  The M38 A1 lasted quite awhile in military service.  Even after it was replaced by the high-tech Ford M151, they could be seen in OD green as late as the 1970s

Price: €0.00

M38A1 RESTORATION

€0.00 Including VAT

Willys M38A1
Years Produced: 1952-1957
No of Units: 101,488

This was the first appearance of the 'round-fender' Jeep that would eventually become the CJ5.  The M38 A1 was quite different that the CJ5, having a stronger chassis and reversed front spring shackles, in addition to the military accoutrements such as standardized GI instruments and a 24 volt electrical system.  The M38 A1 lasted quite awhile in military service.  Even after it was replaced by the high-tech Ford M151, they could be seen in OD green as late as the 1970s

Price: €0.00

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