Willys Jeep M38A1 Parts 1952-1966 (MD Series)






M38A1 Brake Parts

M38A1 Chassis Parts

M38A1 Clutch Parts

M38A1 Cooling Parts

M38A1 Electrical Parts

M38A1 Engine Parts

M38A1 Exhaust Parts

M38A1 Front Axle Parts

M38A1 Fuel System Parts

M38A1 Propeller & Driveshaft Parts

M38A1 Rear Axle Parts

M38A1 Steering Parts

M38A1 Suspension Parts

M38A1 Transfer Case Parts

M38A1 Transmission Parts

M38A1 Weatherstrip Parts

M38A1 Wheel Parts
Outdoor Lifestyle and Camping
Outdoor Lifestyle and Camping






M38A1 1952-1966 - F-Head Engine - 2 PC. Windshield - No Tailgate - Originally 24 Volt Ignition System - Serial No. Located at Right Side of Wheel House

F-134 "Hurricane" 4 Cylinder Engine | Spark plug gap: 0.030 in. (0.762 mm) | Spark plug torque: 25-33 lbs. ft. (34-44 Nm) | Firing order: 1-3-4-2 | Distributor rotation: Counterclockwise | Point gap: 0.020 in. | Dwell angle: 42 degrees | Ignition timing: 5 degrees BTDC | Bore and stroke :3 1/8 in. x 4 3/8 in. (79.37 mm x 111.12 mm) | SAE Horsepower: 15.63 | Weight: 470 lbs. with fluids | Max. Horsepower: 72 @ 4000 R.P.M. | Torque: 114 lbs. ft. (15.7 kg-m) @ 2000 R.P.M. | Compression pressure: 120-130 psi (8.4-9.2 kg-cm2) | Compression ratio: 6.9:1 (7.4:1 high altitude option).

In 1950, the first post-war jeep, the M38 (or MC), was launched, based on the 1949 CJ-3A. In 1952 it was quickly followed by the M38A1 (or MD), featuring an all new "round-fendered" body in order to clear the also new, taller, Willys Hurricane engine. This jeep would later be developed into the CJ-5 launched in 1955. Similarly, its ambulance version, the M170 (or MDA), featuring a 20-inch wheelbase stretch, was later turned into the civilian CJ-6.