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1942 Ford GPW

 

This ’42 Ford GPW has been completely restored and is in excellent running and driving condition.  Based on the serial number, the jeep was produced in July 1942, near the end of the jeeps produced by Ford with the Ford script logo on the rear panel.  This jeep was delivered to the Army and later reconditioned in Birmingham, Alabama in May 1945, and then went to Fort Bliss in El Paso, Texas, where it is believed to have been a Military Police jeep.  It was wrecked in August 1945, and sold as scrap in 1946.  It remained in the scrap yard for several decades until it was rescued with the intent of eventually restoring it.

 

During the restoration, particular attention was made to retain as many original parts as possible for the most accurate type of restoration.  The drive train and chassis were completely restored and painted to museum standards.  The jeep runs on the 6 volt system as it had originally, with newly rebuilt starter and generator.  The 4 cylinder 134 CID engine, T-84 transmission, Dana transfer case and differentials were rebuilt during the process.  There are many F marked parts throughout, down to the bolts with the Ford F script on the bolt head (see pictures of body handles, brackets, cylinder head, pintle hitch, etc.). Some of the original parts are not as flat and smooth as reproduction parts would be, but where original parts could be used they were rebuilt or cleaned and sandblasted and restored to good useable condition.  Chassis and engine have F marked parts throughout (including front cross member, machine gun mount, shock mounts, bumpers and bumperettes, top bows and brackets, rear seat frame, side and corner handles, transmission, cylinder head, oil filter mount, radiator, exhaust manifold and more).  Also included are 5 rebuilt original combat rims with new tires, tubes and liners.  A few pictures of the body during the restoration process are included so you can see that the body is solid.

 

New items (non-original, reproduction items) include, summer top, seat cushions (from WeeBee Webbing), gas tank, front seat frames (from Peter DeBella), windshield frame (from Ron Fitzpatrick), gauges and wiring harness (from Vintage Wiring of Maine).  Many of the smaller NOS and other parts were sourced through 820 Jeep in Ft. Worth.

 

The jeep has a clear Texas Title and is only for sale within the United States.  No overseas buyers – US only.

 

Price:  $ 24,750
Location:  Keller, Texas 76262

1987 HMMWV

Set up like an M1043 with Supplemental Armor. This vehicle has always been garage kept and is original (not restored). It has A2 high back seats & three point seat belts. 6,2L engine, 3 speed transmission, with no park or overdrive. Purchase of this vehicle includes lots of goodies not listed with the pictures. Clean Ohio Title.

Price: $58,000
L
ocation: Greenville, Ohio

   

2002 Freightliner M916A2 6x6 tractor with M870A1 40 ton low bed trailer.

This is an excellent condition, like new M916A2. This truck has been gone through and checked over, fully operational. We added cruise control and higher speed axles to allow a 70MPH road speed. This has very low miles at 763. The trailer was redone with new paint, wood, tires, brakes, etc. all the lights work. These trailers have been very difficult to find.

This is a great combination for hauling heavy equipment.

M916A2 Specs

68,000 lbs. GVWR 6x6

Detroit Series 60 12.7L 400HP engine

Allison HT-470 4 speed automatic

Oshkosh 2-speed transfer case

Oshkosh 16,000 front drive axle

Rockwell 52,000 rear axles

Axle ratio changed to 3.73

ABS Brakes

Air Conditioning

Cruise Control

Hydraulic winch, 45,000 lbs.

Will come on a clear title.
Price: $95,000 NOW: $89,500

Elk Run Heights, Iowa 58707


M274-A1 Mule with 106 MM Recoilless Rifle


Excellent condition.  Ready to drive and enjoy!  Shells included

Price: $29,500  NOW:$25,000
Location: Lore City, Ohio 


1937 Packard 4 Door Sedan


Built at Packard Motor Car Co in Detroit, Michigan.  Delivered to Hamilton, Ohio in December 1936.  Spent its life there until I purchased it in February, 2001.  Prior to 2001, the engine compartment was converted to Chevrolet 350 V8 engine with automatic transmission and air conditioning.  The engine had 7500 miles on it when purchased and I have put 27,016 miles on it with parades, casual driving, family marriages, etc... Original door and trunk keys will lock the car for security.  It is a beautiful car!

Price: $75,000
Location: Chillicothe, OH


1983 AM General M-931 6x6 Tractor
S/N 515803
Fresh out of DRMO

This first series 931 is the most desirable of the 939 series.  It does not have the ABS or the CTIS tire inflation system found in later models which were troublesome and maintenance intensive.  It also features the less costly 1100x20 tires as opposed to the A1 and A2 series tires.  It is equipped with the larger displacement Cummins NHC-250 diesel which is a proven design and much more suited to a truck with this capacity then the 504 cubic inch 8.3 Cummins of the A1 and A2 series.

This particular 931 has spent its entire life at the Marine Corp Base in the high desert of Barstow California running back and forth on the base and received routine service and inspections.  It had only 370 miles on it when I purchased it.  I put an additional 38 miles on it from road testing and maintenance checks.  The current mileage is 388. 

•    All under hood insulation replaced with NOS new in the box
•    4 new mil spec 6TL batteries at a cost of $760
•    8 newer rear 1100x20 NDCC (All tires 90-95% tread)
•    All new seat cushions in cab (driver and passenger)
•    2 new NOS mirror heads
•    New tractor emergency/service hoses
•    Full service with all fluids and filters changed plus chassis lubrication

The truck has never been molested or butchered in a government rebuild program.  It is original to the way it came off the AM Generals assembly line with the exception of the undercoating applied to the underside of the cab, hood, frame and undercarriage by the military while it was in service (this prevented the rust normally found in these trucks) and the following upgrades that were done by an ASE certified master medium/heavy truck technician:

•    Installed rare Cummins/Fleetrite spin-on lube oil filter adapter (no more messy canisters)
•    New Gates brand engine fan and accessory drive belts
•    Mil spec transfer case low-range/reverse lockout kit

The NHC 250 Cummins starts instantly and runs and performs like a new engine (which it is).  The Allison transmission shifts smoothly with no hesitation or slippage.  All components and accessories function as would be expected.  Truck operates on and off road as it should, as does the air shift front axle and brake system.  Rear axles are equipped with full-locking differentials.

The fifth wheel showed no sign of even having been greased or hooked to a trailer when I purchased it.  I have however coupled and uncoupled it to a trailer to verify the jaws and lock function as intended.

I have left all the original DRMO discharge markings, chalk marks and numbers on the unit as it was received from Barstow.  This is so you know you are getting the real deal.  It would take less than a day to paint over the markings to turn this truck into a show piece.

Sale also includes:
•    Complete set of TM’s on CD
•    ¼ ton spare tire chain hoist and lifting chain
•    Has current California historical vehicle plates and registration
•    24 volt solargizer battery maintainer

This is probably one of the cleanest 931 tractors you will find and is as close to a “brand new” 1983 AM General as you will ever get.

I strongly encourage potential purchasers to come and inspect this truck for yourself, you will not be disappointed.

View a walk-around and drive off at:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mc60yBdAbYo

Price:  $20,500
Location: San Diego County, CA


1992 M998 MILITARY HMMWV W/WINCH ARMY 4DR H1 hummer W/ON ROAD TITLE

LISTED IS A 1992 M998 MILITARY ARMY HMMWV W/WINCH. 37K MILES. STARTS, RUNS AND DRIVES PERFECT. NO LEAKS PERIOD. EVERYTHING WORKS PERFECTLY. NOT A WORN OUT LEAKY HMMWV. THIS HMMWV HAS REAL CARC CAMO PAINT, RADIAL TIRES (90%), STARTS RIGHT UP IN SUPER COLD WEATHER, NO SMOKE. NICE RUNNING AND DRIVING HMMWV. GREAT POWER, NO SHAKES, RATTLES, NOISES, NOTHING. SMOOTH DRIVING. PLEASE CHECK OUT THE PICS CLOSELY. EMAIL OR CALL FOR MORE DETAILED PICS. NOW IS YOUR CHANCE TO OUTFIT THIS HMMWV WITH WHAT YOU NEED OR WANT. THESE REAL HMMWV’S WILL ONLY CLIMB IN VALUE. CHECK OUT THE PICS AND CALL WITH ANY QUESTIONS. I CAN PERSONALLY DELIVER IF NEEDED. COMPARE. NOT MANY IN CIVILIAN HANDS..! OWN THE HMMWV THE GOVERNMENT DOESN'T WANT YOU TO OWN. ITS ONLY GOING TO GET WORSE.

Optional equipment includes a winch (maximum load capacity 6,000 lb (2,700 kg)) and supplemental armor.

LISTED BELOW IS THE EQUIPMENT FOR THIS M998:

ON ROAD CLEAN TITLE. TRANSFERABLE AND READY TO REGISTER AND DRIVE ON THE ROAD.

6.5 DIESEL ENGINE (NON-TURBO)

WINCH (no controller/not tested)

REAL CARC CAMO PAINT.

BRUSH GUARD.

REAL 6 DIGIT VIN

THIS TRUCK WOULD BE PERFECT AS A BUG OUT VECHILE. YOU CANT PUT A PRICE ON YOUR FAMILY'S SAFETY. I HAVE A CLEAN TITLE. CAN BE INSURED AND REGISTERED AS A “HISTORIC” VEHICLE.

**NO OVER-SEAS BUYERS PERIOD.** US ONLY.


Price: $19,995
Location:
Annapolis, Maryland


 

HMMWV M998 2 door troop carrier

This is a great condition HMMWV in a 2 door configuration with troop seats. This was recently gone through with new paint, new interior, new top and doors, new windshields, new high back seats. This has a 6.2L engine with a 3 speed automatic transmission, all original. Truck starts and runs good.

On a clear titled listed as a 1989 model. Miles shown 37,772.

Price: $29,000  REDUCED NOW $19,500
Location:
Elk Run Heights, Iowa 50707



 

SWEDISH BUILT 37MM PVKAN ANTI TANK GUN M-38

This is no doubt the nicest most complete cannon I have seen, built in 1938 and looks as new, 100% original, no detectible ware in rifling or breach block, It is a live gun, untouched and properly registered. The entire finish is perfect and I have not been able to find anything to fault it on. It came from the " PROTON MILITARY MUSEUM " in perfect condition with optics. Serial No.160, museum quality, 1938 ( All parts are Matching and stamped #160.) Comes with 20mm Sub. Barrel, 303 Smoke Trace Shell for spotting with 1000 Rounds . 40 plus rounds with screw inn stem primers / 50 Cal. over 100 plus solid brass projectiles, Case Powder/50 Cal. Primers, Reloading Equipment, Note: Leather Seat Cushions need redone.

PRICE: $37,500
LOCATION: WINDHAM, OHIO 44231



 

CAIMAN MODEL MRAP TRAINER

This is a practically new MRAP trainer, one of eight built to train drivers and crews to operate the new Caiman Model MRAP. It is Non Logistic ( NON ARMORED ) and everything works including the motorized front doors , It is powered by an 8.3 CUMMINS diesel and has an Allison Transmission .It also has 2 Air conditioners ,1.Drivers compartment 2. Crew Compartment. It was recently used in in the filming of the Blockbuster film  ( INSURGENT ) and will be sold in the Gray color as used in the Movie. It also comes with a clear Texas title. Also has a functioning Gun Ring and a 110V AC converter.
 


PRICE: $225,000
LOCATION: HOUSTON, TEX 77531
 


 

1941 Diamond T 4-Ton Wrecker Model 969A

Has soft top
Everything works and runs good
Full air brakes
Nice piece of history
Needs a paint job


Price: $26,500  NOW $17,000
Location: Redding, Conn. 06896
 


 

Car, Railway Maintenance, Muti-gage , 8-Man, 60 HP Gasoline engine Willys Model MB Motor Car / Speedster

If this is not the most unusual and the most rare WWII vehicle I have had the opportunity to sell it is definitely in the top three. It was built for the U.S. Army Transportation Corp by the Kalamazoo Manufacturing Co. Kalamazoo Michigan. It is serial number 5913 USA number M1013 and was delivered January 1945. What makes it interesting to me is they used everything they could from the MB, purchased right from Willys. The engine complete with oil filter, air filter, regulator, battery, bell housing and T-84 transmission and all of the gauges are the same as the MB. They even used the MB fuel tank and radiator. It is 4 wheel drive and that is accomplished through chain drive and a forward-reverse lever which gave three gear speeds in each direction so the transfer case was not needed. When it was found and purchased 5 or 6 years ago, it was still in very good running condition and had never been allowed to set outside. Most of the vehicle is wood and due to inside storage for 60 years 95% of the original wood was saved in the total restoration. You can see in the as purchased photos (yellow trim) how good the wood was, only the side rail boards had to be replaced mainly from being kicked and broken. Before restoration it was used on several Sunday rail trips in the Jackson Ohio area. It will go much faster that you will want to drive it. As you can see from the photos it was professionally and totally disassembled rebuilt, researched for paint scheme and reassembled. With the wood being in such good condition it was easy to sand down to the original colors and markings. It was shown at the 2006 MVPA convention in Dayton Ohio.

Have your own rail car for only 27,500 NOW $17,900  Partial trades considered
Location: Chillicothe, Ohio


 

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