M38

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History of the M38

The Willys M38 or MC model was the first Jeep Built after World War II.  It was based on the civilian 1949 CJ-3A, designed with added heavy-duty frame and suspension features for rugged military use.

The Willys MC Jeep, called the M38 Truck or War Wagon, was built from September 1950 until July 1952.  It was a standardized version tactical rig that evolved from the iconic World War II MB Jeep model.  The small, four wheel drive utility transport vehicle was used extensively in the Korean War.  Willys-Overland produced 61,423 M39 Jeeps.

The Willys M38 Jeep was powered by an upgraded version of the "Go-Devil" in-line four cylinder, water cooled, side valve or L-Head gasoline engine.  It produced 60 horsepower at 4,000 rpm with a maximum torque of 105 foot-pounds at 2,000 rpm.

The flat fendered Willys M38 could be fitted with an enclosed body panel cab called an Arctic Top, or could be outfitted with an enclosed canvas cab and doors or just a canvas roof.  The Jeep had fold down seats and a hinged windshield with bottom mounted wipers.  It had a 24 volt electrical system and a full floating rear axle.  It used a three speed manual synchromesh transmission.


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