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Old 03-23-2003, 07:03 PM
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Does anyone on here know anything about WWII era Willys jeeps? The eng,trans, drive axles and so on. A friend brought it to me to restore for him. He does not know what year it is or anything about it ( he is not a car nut).If you have any experience with these jeeps or know of any resources that I can use it would be a great help. Thanks. <img src="confused.gif" border="0">
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Old 03-23-2003, 07:38 PM
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Try these out
www.scescape.net/~meditz/
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Thanks a ton CustomChrome the links you listed has everything I need to get this basket case back to the shape it deserves.
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Any time. The Willys has always been a favorite of mine.
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I was going to tell you that the 134ci Jeep and the Super Sonic Henry J 134 were the same engine but you should find that info on one of those sites. I had a 43 Willys and a 43 Ford Jeep, another stupid mistake, I sold them both. Of course that was in the 60's and you could pick one up for a couple hundred.
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If the Jeep is WWII and made by Ford you can tell by the Ford-script style "F" on the head of virtually every bolt on the vehicle. Ford stamped "Ford" script on the back panels of early production Jeeps but the government didn't want "advertising" on their vehicles and told them to stop.
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