Then only 1 of 653 Navy made GPW jeeps made for the entire year, plus being the rare ford Script that was only made the first months of the war, makes it even more rare, like around 1 of 50-200 Ford Script Navy? Ford Script is the rear Ford letters stamped into the metal that the Gov. Told Ford to discontinue their logo just months into production. There are numerous Ford F stamps on many parts around Vehicle.Engine cranks quiet and fast with spark plugs out, but when plugs are in, the starter cranks too slow to start with the compression, so may need a rebuilt starter before being re-started. It may just need a better or cleaned starter ground wire, but I never went any further. Looks to be original Navy paint with a hood star and call letters still seen on the inside windshield. The original blue hood numbers are partially visible where the gray paint came off the original green, and could easily be recovered by just chipping off the gray to the factory paint. Lots of original items still on the jeep since its war service like: Combat wheels, Fold down windshield.
Original 6 Volt system, single windshield wipers, Axe and Shovel mounts, Fire extinguisher mount, rear spare tire mount, Gas Jerry can and rear mount, Side Grab Handles, front blackout lights, Rear Tail Light covers, Rare nice condition original reflectors, Factory trailer Plug, Mount holes for Pintle trailer Hitch. It has a rare passenger side vintage floor heater. It looks to have been released by the government and California registered in 1949 to its 1946 type Willys CJ2A 4 cyl engine # J207731 according to the clear real pink slip Ca. I have the last registration showing 1985 as do the original black California plates, after that it was driven on private land in gold country and then stored in an enclosed storage container where it stayed clean, dry and very rust free all these years. Can be viewed by appointment in late afternoons to late night in Sunnyvale, Ca.94089 next to Great America and the 49ers Levi Stadium. Full balance due within 7 days of sale end in the form of Cash, or Bank Wire. Possible Cashiers check may be taken only if from a select few US based banks like wells Fargo or Bank of America. The item "1942 Ford GPW Military" is in sale since Sunday, May 30, 2021. This item is in the category "eBay Motors\Cars & Trucks\Ford\Other".
The seller is "tv-dane" and is located in Sunnyvale, California. This item can be shipped worldwide.