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2012 JEEP WRANGLER CUSTOM SUV

This Jeep was designed and built for Surco products for display in their booth at the 2014 SEMA show in Las Vegas, NV. Surco products and several other manufacturers were involved in the build of this Jeep to show off their new products and this JK was a huge hit. KAO Autostyling was contracted to build the Jeep for the show and everything was done by a team of professional restylers with great attention to detail. An 8" BDS suspension lift has been installed using Fox Performance series adjustable reservoir shocks on all four corners. A dual shock front steering stabilizer was installed using two Fox gas shocks, Paramount all-steel flat panel fender flares for more wheel and tire clearance, 22x12" FORGIATO custom forged aluminum wheels with Toyo Mud Terrain tires, Surco Products no-drill-required roof rack and cargo system, Surco Products hitch mount cargo basket, Jarek Off-Road rock crawler series front bumper with integrated LED lights and 2" receiver, Jarek Off-Road rear bumper with swing arm capable of holding the 40" Toyo with no issues, top-of-the-line Mile Marker fully functional winch, Paramount Restyling custom grille with 12" LED bar and Gibson performance dual exhaust system. This JK also features thousands of dollars worth of Rigid Industries high powered LED lights with the first ever triple stacked roof mount holding three 50" Rigid LED bars valued at over $6,000. Two-tone white leather interior with black suede inserts and custom stitching. Custom headlights with ultra white LED halos and custom LED tail lights as well. 38,405 actual miles.

  • USAUSA
  • 2015-01-18
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WWII Era Willys MB Jeep

VIN: KY9831 Mileage: ? This jeep was manufactured during WWII, and saw service with the U.S. Army until 1955. The jeep was then provided by the U.S. Government, to the Pakistani Army that same year, in a donation of a large number of surplus U.S. military vehicles. The jeep stayed in active service with the Pakistani Army until 1974, when it was â?°Ã?Ïmothballedâ?°Ã?? with a large number of other vehicles. The Pakistani Army switched over to Japanese-made vehicles. The jeep was sitting in a field near the Pakistani Army cantonment of Rawalpindi in the Punjab Province of Pakistan when it was discovered. There were nearly 100 ex-US military jeeps in the field. Some were Willys MB models others were Ford GPW models, but all were of WWII period manufacture. The lot of vehicles was purchased from the Pakistan Army around 1983 by a Pakistani scrap metal dealer in Rawalpindi. Living in Pakistan at the time the consignor purchased the jeep from the scrap metal dealer, who allowed him to remove any of the spare parts needed to make a whole jeep from the lot of vehicles he purchased. A mechanic was recruited to select the jeep in the best condition for restoration. One was found that had no missing parts, except that it had no spare jerry gas can on the back. One was found that is also dated in the early 1940s, and that gas can is still with the jeep. After purchasing the jeep, it was restored by mechanics in Pakistan. The paint scheme is based on WWII-period photos of actual U.S. Army jeeps in service during WWII. The numbering and insignia markings are copied from some of those photos. Restoration was completed in mid-1984. The jeep was shipped back to the United States in late 1987 or early 1988. It has been used lightly in parades and exhibitions, and remained garaged on jack stands for 10 years. For this Lot, payment accepted only by Wire Transfer. 15% Buyer's Premium for In-House, Telephone & Absentee Bidding. 20% Buyer's Premium for Live Internet Bidding. No sales tax. Paint is in excellent condition, body is free of rust, and very little surface rust appears on components. Many additional and original parts, including the generator and carburetor. It includes 2 canvas tops, with a set of door flaps, and frame, axe, shovel, and jerry can. Vehicle runs and drives great. From the Collection of a former Foreign Service Officer. Additional high-resolution photos are available at LelandLittle.com

  • USAUSA
  • 2017-06-17
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2010 JEEP WRANGLER CUSTOM 4X4

This Jeep was designed and built for Iron Cross Automotive for display in their booth at the 2017 SEMA show in Las Vegas, NV and is powered by a 3.8-liter 6-cylinder engine and automatic transmission. Iron Cross Automotive and several other manufacturers were involved in the build of this Jeep to show off their new products and it was a huge success at the show. KAO Autostyling was contracted to build the Jeep for the show and everything was done by a team of professional re-stylers with great attention to detail. An 8" BDS suspension lift has been installed using Fox Performance series adjustable reservoir shocks on all four corners. A dual shock front-steering stabilizer was installed using two Fox gas shocks. Iron Cross HD Extreme off-road fender flares allow for more wheel and tire clearance with the 20x12" custom wheels and 40" Toyo Mud Terrain tires. New gears by G2 have been installed to help move this giant Jeep down the road with ease. It's also equipped with Surco Products no-drill-required roof rack and cargo system, THULE custom painted storage pod, Iron Cross HD Stubby series front bumper with integrated LED lights and the top-of-the-line WARN Industries 10,000lb winch, and an Iron Cross HD rear bumper with integrated spare tire and wheel carrier. It also features Body Armor Rock Slider side steps, an Under Cover custom grille, and a Borla performance dual exhaust system. This Jeep also features thousands of dollars-worth of high powered LED lights from Lazer star lights and the factory hood was replaced with a heat reducing Terminator-Series hood. CARFAX shows FCA US LLC manufacturer safety recalls opened on 07/11/2012: transmission skid plate; 06/28/2016: airbag clockspring; and 07/01/2016: passenger airbag inflator. It has 59,654 actual miles.

  • USAUSA
  • 2018-01-21
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1943 Ford GPW Army Jeep

Today, Jeep stands alone as a brand in its own right. For the first three decades of the marque’s life, however, it was known, formally and informally, as “Willys Jeep.” That’s ironic, as Willys-Overland did not actually “invent” the Jeep—that feat is attributed to engineer Karl Probst, working at the American Bantam Car Company in Butler, Pennsylvania. Created to respond to a World War II Quartermaster Corps RFP for a light 4 × 4 vehicle, Bantam’s entry met the specification requirements but was underpowered compared to the competitor from Willys, which turned out to be too heavy. Ford’s Pygmy was praised for its agility, but its tractor engine was also underpowered. In the final accounting, the Willys was judged best value. Bantam, moreover, lacked the capacity to produce the quantity that the Army needed, so Willys was contracted as the principal supplier in July 1941 (Bantam got a contract for utility trailers as a consolation prize). As the War outside the United States continued, a second supplier with deep resources was called for, so Ford, runner-up in the RFP evaluation, joined the march to war in October 1941. Since standardization was paramount in military logistics, the Ford Jeeps were all but identical to the Willys MB models. This meant using a clone of the 134-cu. in. L-head Willys four and interchangeable running gear. Production of the Ford GPW began in January 1942, and by war’s end nearly 278,000 had been delivered, second to Willys’ 362,800, but not by much. This 1943 Ford GPW was purchased in February 2000 from Al Grounds of Smyrna, Texas. Previous owners included Roger C. Russell and Floyd Welch of Mesa, Arizona. The archetypal Army Jeep, it is painted with matte olive drab and has a matching canvas top. Overall, it is in very good condition, with only modest wear showing. Body contours are straight, and the matte finish paint is good throughout. The engine compartment is correctly restored, but for some modern hose clamps and conversion to 12 volts, for which an AC Delco alternator has been installed. The headlamps use halogen bulbs. The tires are of a military tread 6.00-16 LT-design from Specialty Tires of America. The early Jeep four-wheel-drive system is simple by modern standards. A three-speed manual transmission drives a two-speed transfer case, which provides lower gearing for four-wheel-drive only. There are no lock-out hubs on the front wheels. Associated equipment includes a shovel and axes, jerry can with a collapsible canvas bucket, a fire extinguisher, and a blackout lamp on the left front fender. There is a hand crank located behind the rear seat. A pintle hook is provided for towing. The Jeep is iconic, a symbol of American ingenuity imitated worldwide. There is no better example than the model that started it all, and for the Ford collector, of course it should be a Ford Jeep.

  • USAUSA
  • 2018-06-24
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1943 Ford GPW Jeep

60hp, 134 cu. in. inline four-cylinder engine, three-speed manual transmission, semi-elliptic leaf springs front and fear, four-wheel hydraulic drum brakes. Wheelbase: 80" Before the United States was thrust into worldwide conflict by an attack on Pearl Harbor, Willys had already won a bidding war against Bantam and Ford, securing a government contract to mass-produce the Jeep for military use. Almost immediately, the Jeep became an integral part of the Allied war effort in every theater and was used as transport by soldiers and generals alike. As demand began to exceed supply, however, Ford stepped in and began producing the Jeep as well, along with Bantam. Ford’s model was known as the GPW, for “Government Issue”, “Passenger”, and “Willys blueprint”. With all three companies in full swing, production exceeded 50,000 units between 1942 and 1945. The Ford Jeep presented here is believed to have been delivered new in June 1943 to the Ordnance department and, as presented, has been restored to period standards. Interestingly, it has been outfitted to represent a General’s transport during World War II, and in this case, that of George S. Patton, one of the United States’ most remarkable and controversial military leaders. This theme pervades the entire Jeep and includes a machine gun, rocket launcher, two rockets, a shovel, axe, rear-mounted spare tire, fuel canister, blackout headlamp, four-star license plate (representing the rank he was later bestowed in 1945), and even a life-sized mannequin of “Old Blood and Guts” himself, in field uniform with faux ivory-handled pistols. Powered by the standard 134 cubic inch, four-cylinder engine the Jeep remains in remarkable condition and would be highly presentable in any venue. It is a mainstay of American military and civilian life and a historical icon unlike any other. This particular example has been restored to reflect the American wartime experience and pays particular homage to one of history’s most fascinating generals. Chassis no. GPW120838

  • USAUSA
  • 2008-06-27
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1942 Ford Jeep

1942 Ford Jeep <br> Registration: OSU 586 <br> Chassis Number: Not Specified <br> Engine Number: Not Specified <br> Year of Manufacture: 1942 <br> One of the most likely origins of the word 'jeep' was from the Popeye cartoon <br> series. Eugene the Jeep was his "jungle pet", small and able to solve impossible <br> problems. At the time as war raged in Europe the earliest Jeeps formed a lasting <br> impression on the American soldier which helped the adoption of the term Jeep. <br> Even more impressive was the time taken from concept to production of a design <br> that has stood the test of time and become an unlikely motoring icon. From <br> tenders being sent out, to a production run took less than two hundred days. The <br> cast was set for a deciding factor which influenced the outcome over the next <br> five years, this was Americas' ability to produce in vast numbers well designed <br> hardware for the war effort. <br> As the war progressed Willys produced over 300,000 Jeeps. Ford were drafted in <br> to boost production and contributed over 250,000 units. Ford Jeeps were <br> recognizable by their pressed steel grilles as opposed to the Willys slat grille <br> style. <br> Considering how the Jeep was conceived and its role in warfare it is remarkable <br> that some of the finest classic car collections will always include a Willys or <br> Ford WWII Jeep. <br> On offer today is a 1942 Ford WWII Jeep that spent most of its life on a West <br> Country farm. This is not surprising as many Jeeps were given over to farming <br> after the war as Britain needed to get agricultural production back on track. <br> Jeeps were capable of pulling most equipment of the period. Now fully restored <br> this a veteran of The Goodwood Revival where Jeeps have a 'go anywhere status,' <br> which in itself is priceless. These Jeeps are very spritely with the 'Go Devil' <br> 2.2 petrol engine and they handle surprisingly well. There are very few vehicles <br> that can 'cut the mustard' at any Blue Riband event for this outlay quite like a <br> WWII Jeep . . . . . . book your weekend at the Revival and get your screen <br> passes! <br> <br>

  • GBRGrande Bretagne
  • 2013-07-27
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1942 JEEP FORD GPW

Chassis n° 38968 Carte grise françaiseAvec sa vingtaine de salariés, Bantam qui avait dessiné le premier les lignes de la Jeep n'avait pas aux yeux du Haut Commandement Américain les épaules suffisantes pour fabriquer la jeep en grande série. Pour ne pas connaitre à son tour une incorrecte éviction comme l'a connu Bantam,... et malgré le plébiscite accordé à Willys après les nombreux tests à Camp Holabird, Willys va à sa demande partager sans concession sa licence de fabrication à Ford pour produire également la Jeep. La Jeep présentée est en parfait état de fonctionnement. Après de bons et loyaux services au sein du corps armé des Alliés, elle fut stockée de nombreuses années. Ensuite, retrouvée elle fut restaurée. Elle roule régulièrement et est entretenue par le mécanicien personnel de son propriétaire. Toujours aussi robuste, elle résistera à vos ballades à travers champs et autres sous-bois.With its twenty employees, Bantam which had drawn the first lines of the Jeep had not, to the eyes of the American High Command, sufficient shoulders to make the jeep in large series. To not know to turn improper eviction was known as Bantam,.. and despite the plebiscite granted Willys after many tests to Camp Holabird, Willys will share at his request uncompromising manufacturing license to Ford for also produce the Jeep.The Jeep is presented in perfect condition. After faithful service in the armed corps of the Allies, it was stored for many years. Then found it was restored. It rides regularly and is maintained by the staff of its owner. Tough as it will resist your run through fields and other undergrowth.

  • FRAFrance
  • 2015-06-14
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Nekaf - M38A1 Willy’s Jeep Cabriolet - 1955

Rock-solid Jeep bought straight from the state by the previous owner! Make Nekaf. Model: M38A1 Jeep. Year of production: 30-06-1955. Engine: 4 cylinder. Capacity: 2,200 cc. Fuel: petrol Transmission: Manual. Dutch Registration: AL-21-46. Odometer reading: 47 297 Kilometers This very special Nekaf Jeep comes from the first owner! The previous owner purchased the vehicle directly from the state and put it on Dutch registration in 2002. By means of a poker you can choose for rear-wheel drive or four-wheel drive. The car runs great on paved roads. But of course this very strong vehicle can also drive through the deep mud without any problems! Unique experience to drive this vehicle! The original 2.200cc petrol engine is in good condition. The interior is in good and original condition. The Nekaf Jeep was used by the Royal Army until the 1990s. In total circa 7500 were produced. With this Jeep comes a very unique book, namely the technical manual. ''Service Secret'' it says on the front of the cover. Also, doors are supplied and a cover for the spare wheel. Tremendously hard and original Jeep! This vehicle can be viewed and picked up in Schijndel, the Netherlands. Bids do not include transportation or export, unless indicated otherwise. This is a used vehicle. It is advisable to view the vehicle before bidding, to avoid disappointment afterwards. For a viewing appointment or more info, please contact Catawiki.

  • NLDPays-Bas
  • 2016-05-02
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