Cold War Jeep, 1973 MUTT M151-A2

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Cold War Jeep, 1973 MUTT M151-A2

4WD for Sale, Cold War Jeep, 1973 MUTT M151-A2

This Jeep was made as a fighter on Indo-China land, called M151- A2 as the successor Korean War Jeep M38A1. Which is known as the Vietnam War Jeep, the M151 is smaller and lighter than M38A1 moreover when compared to HUMVEE. Many production lines for M151 Jeep, such as Kaiser, Ford, and AM General Corp. Unclear, which production line the sample on offer here came from.

Mostly M151 ¼-Ton Jeep comes from the Ford production line, with drivetrains designed for agility purposes and made as simple as could be so easy to maintain. Powered by a 2.3 liters inline-four-cylinders engine mated with a four-speed manual with four-wheel drive, all this little Jeep needed to mobiles millions of personnel during the Vietnam war, until the HUMVEE replaced the fleet in the mid-'80s.

The M151 is not for commercial, unlike other Jeeps, it doesn't have a civilian version, pure for war. It could be a nice collection item for Military vehicle enthusiasts.

Year of construction 1973
Model M151A2
Type Utility Vehicle
Fuel Gas
Color ARMY Green
Miles 12400
Price $14,500
For Sale By owner
Contact SOLD
City Mission Viejo, California

Detail by owner
1973 M151-A2 (Mutt) uncut, no rust, runs good, 4 new tires, new vinyl top, one new extra transmission/transfercase, need adjusting brakes, vinyl sides and doors, current California registration.

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