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1972 M151-A2 American General MUTT

Just completed Refurbishing an UNCUT 1972 M151-A2 American General MUTT with all NOS original parts, including water pump, master cylinder, fuel pump, carburetor, all new hoses and gas lines, new gas tank and pick-up tube sending unit, new batteries, new speedometer cables, new oil sending unit, new temperature sending unit, new signal & flasher and new turn signal, new on/off switch, new electrical control switch, 2 new radio mounts, antennas and mounts, new muffler and tail pipe, all new shifter rubber booties, fan belts, horn and new roof. Original Motor with 14,800 miles. Runs great! For questions contact seller directly at 2012066450.

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1972 M151-A2 American General MUTT

Just completed Refurbishing an UNCUT 1972 M151-A2 American General MUTT with all NOS original parts, including water pump, master cylinder, fuel pump, carburetor, all new hoses and gas lines, new gas tank and pick-up tube sending unit, new batteries, new speedometer cables, new oil sending unit, new temperature sending unit, new signal & flasher and new turn signal, new on/off switch, new electrical control switch, 2 new radio mounts, antennas and mounts, new muffler and tail pipe, all new shifter rubber booties, fan belts, horn and new roof. Original Motor with 14,800 miles. Runs great! For questions contact seller directly at 2012066450.

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1972 M151-A2 American General MUTT

Just completed Refurbishing an UNCUT 1972 M151-A2 American General MUTT with all NOS original parts, including water pump, master cylinder, fuel pump, carburetor, all new hoses and gas lines, new gas tank and pick-up tube sending unit, new batteries, new speedometer cables, new oil sending unit, new temperature sending unit, new signal & flasher and new turn signal, new on/off switch, new electrical control switch, 2 new radio mounts, antennas and mounts, new muffler and tail pipe, all new shifter rubber booties, fan belts, horn and new roof. Original Motor with 14,800 miles. Runs great! For questions contact seller directly at 2012066450.

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1972 M151-A2 American General MUTT

Just completed Refurbishing an UNCUT 1972 M151-A2 American General MUTT with all NOS original parts, including water pump, master cylinder, fuel pump, carburetor, all new hoses and gas lines, new gas tank and pick-up tube sending unit, new batteries, new speedometer cables, new oil sending unit, new temperature sending unit, new signal & flasher and new turn signal, new on/off switch, new electrical control switch, 2 new radio mounts, antennas and mounts, new muffler and tail pipe, all new shifter rubber booties, fan belts, horn and new roof. Original Motor with 14,800 miles. Runs great! For questions contact seller directly at 2012066450.

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1968 AM General M151-A2 Jeep

This all original Mutt is all original and in good condition for its age which is approx 48 years old, has not been modified in any way, runs and drives. Was saved from being cut into pieces like most of these were. These vehicles were built for the military and not issued a VIN. Body is fairly straight with very little rust with the exception of the battery storage compartment under the passenger seat and a few bullet holes which occurred before I bought it. Also comes with doors and intake/exhaust snorkel kit not shown in pics. This Mutt has been in our family since 1990 we have used it as a trail rig when camping. Hate to sell but family illness forces sale.

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1968 AM General M151-A2

This all original Mutt is all original and in good condition for its age which is approx 48 years old, has not been modified in any way, runs and drives. Was saved from being cut into pieces like most of these were. These vehicles were built for the military and not issued a VIN. Body is fairly straight with very little rust with the exception of the battery storage compartment under the passenger seat and a few bullet holes which occurred before I bought it. Also comes with doors and intake/exhaust snorkel kit not shown in pics. This Mutt has been in our family since 1990 we have used it as a trail rig when camping. Hate to sell but family illness forces sale. I just added undercarriage pictures, if you would like more pictures please let me know.

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M151A2 Military Jeep

This is a 1971 M151A2 Jeep that was manufactured for the U.S. Military by the Ford Motor Company. It was a communications jeep in Hawaii during the Vietnam War then it was moved to Nevada where it was completely restored. It was disassembled and media blasted to bare metal, then painted with epoxy primer and green military paint. The body is uncut. It was re-assembled with new and original parts to factory specifications. There is no rust on the body. The engine was completely rebuilt. There are 400 miles on the rebuild. The transmission, transfer case and differentials were drained and inspected and the fluid was replaced. The following new parts were installed: radiator and hoses, water pump, batteries, starter, tires, brakes, exhaust system, wiring harness, blinker switch, flasher unit, headlights, wheel bearings, fan belts, and steering and suspension parts. Also included are a complete set of manuals, a State of Alaska Title and Registration, spare tire, a machine gun pedestal, a PRC-25 military radio, a vinyl top and doors. It has the factory 24 volt electrical system, The title is clear and is transferable to other states. Photographs of the entire rebuild process are available with purchase. It does not have a heater. This Jeep is turn-key ready. It was a big hit in the parade last year. We used these rugged vehicles in South Vietnam where I served in the 26th Marine Regiment. Here is your chance to own a piece of military history! No trades please.

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