Willys Military M38 1950-1952 ( MC Series )

Willys Military M38 1950-1952

Jeep M38 Body Parts

Jeep M38 Brake Parts

Jeep M38 Chassis Parts

Jeep M38 Clutch Parts

Jeep M38 Cooling Parts

Jeep M38 Electrical Parts

Jeep M38 Engine Parts

Jeep M38 Exhaust Parts

Jeep M38 Front Axle Parts

Jeep M38 Fuel System Parts

Jeep M38 Propeller & Drive Shaft Parts

Jeep M38 Rear Axle Parts

Jeep M38 Steering Parts

Jeep M38 Suspension Parts

Jeep M38 Transfer Case Parts

Jeep M38 Transmission Parts

Jeep M38 Weatherstrip Parts

Jeep M38 Wheel Parts

Jeep M38 Windshield Parts

M38 - 1950-1952 - L-Head Engine - 1 PC. Windshield - With Tailgate - Originally 24 Volt Ignition System - Serial No. Located at Right Side of Wheel House

"Go Devil" L-Head 4-134 4 Cylinder | Bore x Stroke - 3.125" x 4.375" | Displacement - 134.2 ci(2.2L) | Compression Ratio - 6.48:1 | Horsepower (gross) - 60@4000rpm | Torque (gross) - 105@2000rpm

The Willys M38 US Army Jeep, replaced the World War II models known as MB and GPW. It was a 1/4 Ton 4 Wheel Drive Utility Truck manufactured between 1950 and 1952 with a total production of 45,473 units. The M38 was based on the civilian model CJ3A. Willys designated it an MC. However, this version carried a beefier frame and suspension than the CJ3A. Some were assigned to the Korean theatre of operations and after that conflict was over in the mid 1950s, they were manufactured for export overseas.

The water fording ventilation system and a waterproof 24 volt electrical system were the major upgrades on the M38 (MC series). These features evolved from the many experimental configurations performed on the WWII Willys (MB series). Its windshield could be folded flat for firing and the body was equipped with a pintle hook for towing and lifting shackles front and rear. The headlights were no longer recessed as on previous models, but protruded with a guard wire in front. The "pioneer" tools (axe and shovel) which were carried on the MB's driver side were transferred to the passenger side of this vehicle.