1942 GPW?

by Jack C.
(Grants Pass, Oregon)








I bought this 1942 GPW to restore. I think it may be a prototype. It said "Ford Jeep" on the side of the hood. The dash is different and there's no speedometer. The spare tire was on the side and it has a tailgate.

No serial number. Any help on what it is?

jacky750@yahoo.com

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42 GPW?
by: regor

A few things to consider:
a. There are no tool indents and top bows holders.
b. The rear axle is not full floating.
c. I can't figure the dash.
d. From the pictures the floor shift doesn't appear to be there?

If you haven't yet, I suggest you go to: www.theCJ2Apage.com

You will find lots of information there.

Jeep History
by: Anonymous

Willys and Ford made most early Jeeps.

http://auto.howstuffworks.com/1906-1939-jeep.htm

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