Original frame tag – MB 3421261 Engine # - MB422017 DOD – 6/13/1944
Restored in the 1980's. This was a Best MB winner in 1988 at the IMVCC in Portland, Oregon.
It had been carefully maintained in nearly original 6 volt condition and is in excellent running order.
This is NOT a trailer queen. It is driver, proudly shown in multiple yearly parades, and events. It is driven there and back. It has some scratches and chipped paint, but the original body is very straight and in excellent condition with only minimal surface rust in a few places. This jeep has the proper look of a vehicle in the field.
Features include original data plate, 5 combat rims, summer canvas, custom bustle with half shelter cover and custom straps, side safety straps, trailer plug, operating lights and signals, working spare gas can, shovel, axe, original hand crank, tire pump, grease gun and Pyrene fire extinguisher. Complete full mechanical overhaul including 5 new wheels, complete set of new brakes, new wheel bearings, cones and oil seals, new points, rotor, cap and condenser, new ignition wires and spark plugs, new battery, new fuel and oil filters, complete professional valve job and re-timing, all fluids drained and replaced twice to restore it to full running order.
The only part I think that is not an authentic or correct is the carburetor – see photo. I will be shipping this jeep to Le Havre, France to participate in the 75th D-Day celebrations and will deliver it to the buyer in that area on June 8th.
Price is $26,000 US Dollars and that price includes all shipping charges to Le Harve and customs or duties related to its shipping.
Any additional taxes including VAT or fees due to the sale is the purchaser’s responsibilities.
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