1942 GPW 66380

If you have an unrestored WWII jeep, we would like to see pictures, and hear your comments. NO EBAY or COMMERCIAL SALES.
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Michael O.
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1942 GPW 66380

Post by Michael O. » Wed Apr 01, 2020 9:16 pm

Not sure if I’ve shared photos of my GPW 66380. Some items post war added (taillights, gas can holder on passenger side)...that’s about it. Motor is earlier, GPW 21039, but still has its original set up with early style GPW intake manifold and friction type oil filler tube and dip stick).

Looking for GPW motor # 66380!
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Michael O’Connell
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1941 WC-4 8668603
1942 MB 111414
1942 GPW 2647
1942 GPW 66380
1943 GPW 104111
1943 GPW 108552 (w/matching motor)
1944 MB 369488
1944 MB 379204 (w/correct SN range motor
1945 MB 422759 (w/factory installed motor MB-563402)

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Re: 1942 GPW 66380

Post by Michael O. » Wed Apr 01, 2020 9:26 pm

Here is the Radio Noise Filter. It’s the very rare Mallory produced unit.
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Michael O’Connell
MVPA #13861

1941 WC-4 8668603
1942 MB 111414
1942 GPW 2647
1942 GPW 66380
1943 GPW 104111
1943 GPW 108552 (w/matching motor)
1944 MB 369488
1944 MB 379204 (w/correct SN range motor
1945 MB 422759 (w/factory installed motor MB-563402)

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Re: 1942 GPW 66380

Post by 70th Division » Wed Apr 01, 2020 10:36 pm

Hello Michael,

Wow what a rust free beauty queen !!!
Thanks for posting, not many of these jeeps show up very often, it is a real
survivor and clearly was taken good care of by her post WW2 owner(s) :D :D

Keep us posted on your progress !

Best Regards,
Ray

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