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1941 DODGE WC-6 COMMAND CAR 1/2 HALF TON WW2 ARMY MILITARY POWER WAGON JEEP
Sale price: $20,000.00 make an offer
Martin o Donovan (from New York ) offered $11000.00 usd
Martin o Donovan (from New York ) offered $11000 usd
Dylan o donovan offered $11000 usd
Seller's notes: "See Below"
Sale type: Fixed price listing
Technical specifications, photos and description:
1941 Dodge WC-6 1/2 Ton Command Car
The following items were replaced and most were purchased from Midwest Military or Vintage Power Wagons.
NEW or REBUILT
Brake LinesFuel LinesFuel Tank (universal tank. not NOS)Fuel Tank Sending Unit (not wired)Rebuilt CarburetorWater PumpFan BeltHosesGenerator (NOS Autolite 6V)Electric Fuel PumpHeadlight/Tail light wiring (4 wire trailer wire loom. not NOS)Hood Welting5 tires/tubes/flapsWindshield FrameWindshield GlassWindshield RubberFront Floor Board (wood)Front Blackout Marker Lights (slotted 211 style)Rear Stop/Tail & Blackout Lights (NOS)Optima 6V BatteryExhaust Header Pipe/Muffler/Tail PipeTail Gate Tail Gate HandlesRunning Board Blocks & BoltsCorrect Rear Floor-matCorrect Front Floor-matNew master cylinderNew safety straps
Vehicle Notes: After sandblasting. I did not notice any rust through spots in the floor. Body was sandblasted on the frame and there still appears to be some asphalt/oil? stuck in spots underneath. Please note: Vehicle body was not removed from frame. Vehicle was sandblasted. body work performed and painted. Rear floor is bowed some in the back section. Frame and cross members appear straight with no rust through spots. Vehicle starts. runs. drives and stops. I did not rebuild the engine transmission transfer case or axles.
Deficiencies I know of:Speedometer needs to be rebuilt. Fuel Gauge not wired. Unknown if it works. Does not have an oil filter or thermostat. Engine smokes a little on initial start-up. but appears to mostly clear once warmed up. Has a slight oil leak at front axle pinion seal. Does not have a horn.
This vehicle is 72 years old and the description provided above is how it appears to me.
Please contact me with any questions or if you want more photos of specific items and I will be happy to provide.
Please take a good look at all the photographs I have posted. Included are data tag. body number and frame number. The data tag on the glove box matches the frame serial number. I have the title in hand and the vehicle is currently licensed in the State of California.
Buyer will be responsible for making shipping arrangements from Mt. Shasta. CA. I will be available to help load vehicle. If vehicle ships overseas. I am willing to transport vehicle to port in San Francisco/Oakland. California. for a $1. 00 fee.
Buyer required to pay balance within 7 days of purchase and vehicle will not be released until funds are cleared.
I have this vehicle for sale on other websites. so be aware that it may sell earlier than what this auction is listed for. If you are a serious buyer. please be sure to contact me early.
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Comments and questions to the seller:from Ralph Keeley, dated 08 september 2017
Is this vehicle still for sale?
from Martin, dated 24 june 2014
Can you get back to me thanks Martin
from martin o Donovan , dated 13 june 2014
LOOKING FOR FEED BACK ON THE COMMAND CAR CAN SOME ONE GET BACK TO ME THANKS MARTIN
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