M29C Norwegian Weasel Project For Sale

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M29C Norwegian Weasel Project For Sale

Post by lordsandy » Mon Mar 06, 2017 3:08 pm

M29C Norwegian Weasel project for sale.
Has original data plate and hull tag serial no. 10887. Very complete with a lot of difficult parts not typically found on project Weasels. Engine was stuck and have been soaking for months. These are the photos when I first bought it from TJ Murrays and I have cleaned it up and started to remove some parts for restoration. Asking for what I purchased it for which is $4,500 US.
I have acquired a ton of separate parts for it over the past two years and will offer these to the buyer before putting up for sale. Parts include rebuilt motor, new canvas, bows, seat backs, NOS seat canvas and a rebuilt set of tracks to only name a few items.
Located in Massachusetts.
Thank you,
Jim S

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Re: M29C Norwegian Weasel Project For Sale

Post by lordsandy » Mon May 08, 2017 6:11 pm

Still available!

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Re: M29C Norwegian Weasel Project For Sale

Post by Conny » Sat Jul 29, 2017 7:07 pm

I do not know the seller and have nothing to do with him

This weasel is worth the $4.5K although I would offer a bit less.
1. It has the original wipers mounted which are the rarest item to find. I sold an extra set for $1K a few years ago. Having these rebuilt is nothing.
2. Has spotlight head which although not rare, can be hard to find.
3. Has all floor pieces.
4. Has complete drive line
5. All gauges and driving controls are there.
6. Has all boogies which look to be in very good condition
7. Not much rust out repair.

This weasel has everything needed (except good tracks) to be a fine restoration. If you want a cheaper tracked vehicle that doesn't cost hundreds of thousands dollars, this is a great start. I owned one and they are a lot of fun.
Rangers Lead the Way,
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