If you have any questions or want to make an offer, 
 please contact, Bob Corlett, at 719-561-2140

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This is a 1970 M151A2,  aka: M151 MUTT made by Ford.  This has a 4-cyl. 71 hp. engine and comes with a 4 speed transmission  with a Colorado title. This has been totally rebuilt to museum quality. 

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Body was not cut and had no rust. It was stripped to bare metal with a chemical stripper. It was then coated with
2 coats of Gillespie #111 Red Oxide Phosphate Primer.
 Then finish coated in Gillespie #24087 Semi-Gloss Olive Drab.
Bottom of the vehicle has also been undercoated.  Also the hood # is documented too.

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This vehicle has been a radio jeep all the time. All the pre-drilled holes matched the radio mounts. Radios all work and cables are correct. Cables are not connected to the batteries. The batteries are correct, 2hn.

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The vehicle has a "New Old Stock" Marine Corps engine with hardened valves seats to accommodate
un-leaded gas. It also has a"NOS" transmission, clutch, and throwout bearing. The vehicle was
assembled with "NOS" parts purchased from Riv-Rad, Rapco and TNJ Murray.

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 Not seen in pictures, the fire extinguisher is Metalcraft Mil-Spec correct. The jack, jack handle, lug wrench, oil drain wrench and tool bag are all still in the wrapper in the tool compartment. I also have recently installed a upgraded carburetor from Riv-Rid, which gives it better throttle response.

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If you have any questions or want to make me a offer,
please contact, Bob Corlett, at 719-561-2140

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