What to do?

by L jordan
(Mississippi )

This Jeep belonged to my father in law, then passed to my husband, and now my son. We no longer have a place to store it and it has not run in at least 25 years. My father in law and husband have passed away and we are not sure what to do with it. Should we sell it? Would it cost a fortune to restore?

Editor's Comment: Restorations can be costly and time consuming, but worth it if the goal is to have a running and functional Jeep (in this case an M38A1 military Jeep).
Your Jeep will be posted here and hopefully others may have some helpful suggestions for you, but ultimately it is your decision.

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