railroadgoatoat wrote:Time to part with Ruby Foo. Has been totally and Lovingly restored by Douglas Culver about 7-8 years ago. Think you can do a search for "Ruby Foo" and find pictures and posts by Doug about her ??
I do not drive her enough to keep her oiled up and her seals fresh. I see the front transmission seal is leaking oil after I drove her about 20 miles. She has all the small stuff, decontaminator, fire ex, oil can bracket with can, headlight covers, radio antennae and mast, water bag 1945, step gun pedestal, and more. Has Willys MB engine with the T84 tranny. All 5 combats with 4 nice NDT's spare is old, maybe original Goodyear. Nice seat covers, top and all bow hardware. She needs a touchup here and there but is still a beautiful gal. Gets thumbs up constantly. She was born in 1945 and her tow buddy is a 1943. Quite a few pictures if email address is sent. Comes with clear titles for both Jeep and trailer. $15,000 firm for the pair. Will NOT separate. Can be seen in Watseka, Illinois where she is kept in shed always, actually to much !!! Thanks
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Also for sale is a 1943 Ford GPW with GPW engine, all 5 combats, new NDT's, repro tub. She is basically 80-90 percent finished. Needs all the small things bolted on her. Needs side handles, axe and shovel brackets, jerry can bracket, spare tire holder, etc. Needs front bumper area redone, Bubba mods never removed. $9000 for her. She was going to be Berth Mae after my 103 year old Grandmother.
I am NOT looking for the Jeep Police to critique them!!!!!!!! They are what they are.
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