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|11-13-2013 05:52 AM|
That is a beauty! My Grandfather had one similar and my family sold it before I was driving but would have loved it today! Old stuff is cool!
|11-12-2013 06:09 PM|
|11-12-2013 06:03 PM|
|motorhedfred||< Wondering how it could have been "in the family since it was new" if it's a 1942. Unless of course he has an Uncle Sam in the family. Gotta be a CJ2 or 3 with a GPW style grille and windshield. All Jeeps 1941-1945 with that style grille were government property and went to the armed forces.|
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|Dusty Rhodes||Yep, a GPW. Cant tell for sure but it looks like a Ford. Windshield has been swapped.|
|05-29-2013 01:40 PM|
|Tarby||Ford GPW or Willys MB by the looks of it.|
|05-27-2013 07:09 PM|
|Oz82||The driver said it was a '42. I think it's pretty cool that it's been in the family since new and is still in that condition, and that they still run it on trails.|
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|faultymechanics||I think, its a cj-3....think based on the front but boy is that gorgeous. Love the classic front and the little truck bed. When Jeeps were Jeeps and men were men.|
|05-27-2013 11:21 AM|
Thought y'all might like this
Got parked at the beach on our river and heard history coming up behind me.
The driver said it was his grandfather's since the 40's, and the driver's now that his grandfather had passed a few years ago. He said the engine and trans is original.