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25 October 2016, 18:00 CET
Berlin, Berlin, GermanyLive Auction
Lot 1: Willys-Overland, Jeep M38A1, Model Year 1955(87 views)
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Estimate: €16,000 - €32,000
Willys-Overland, model year 1955
First delivered in: Germany
First registered in: 01.07.1955
Vehicle identification number: MD10364
Engine identification number: N.S.
Engine capacity: 2,199 ccm
Engine HP: 40 kw
Gearbox: Manual transmission
Mileage displayed: 12,913 miles
Body color: Green
Extras: Radio equipment, 2 spades, camouflage net, 2 parade helmets, petrol canister , H-certification (historic), general inspection/ exhaust emission test
A very original military vehicle!
Condition report linked in detailed description
Special conditions: 15 % buyer's premium plus VAT
This Willy-Overland Jeep was made in 1955. Our offer contains military equipment, e.g. radio equipment, 2 spades, camouflage net, 2 parade helmets and a petrol canister.
The bodywork and overall paint finish are in very good condition. The interior has been well taken care of. In the engine department the overall impression is good.The vehicle has a General inspection and an exhaust emission test valid until July 2017. The car has a H-Certification (historic).
This classic Jeep from 1955 has in recent years been used as a film vehicle - in 2007 it was used in 'Die Wölfe' as well as in 2015 used and filmed in Steven Spielbergs 'The Bridge of Spies', amongst other things immortalized on the Glienicke Bridge and at Tempelhof Airport. The jeep carried the identifier US base Tempelhof.
Shipping costs excl. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% (+VAT) shipping insurance.
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