'41 Willys MB Jeep'
'41 Willys MB Jeep'
'41 Willys MB Jeep'
'41 Willys MB Jeep'


VIN: 585
ID Number: 2032160
Gross Weight: 3,650 lbs
Length (Overall): 132.25 inches
Width (Overall): 55.5 inches
Height (Top Up) 71.75 inches
Tires: 6:00 -16
Mas Speed: 65 mph
Fuel Capacity: 15 gallons
Range: 285 miles
Electrical:>/th> 6 neg (converted to 12V)
Transmission T-84, 3 Speed
Transfer Case: 2 Speed Dana 18
Wheelbase: 80 inches
Engine: 4-134 L Head (463)
Engine Type: L-4 134 "Go-Devil"
Number of Cylinders: 4
Cubin Inch: 134.22 CID (2199.53 CC)
Horsepower:/th> 60 HP (45 kW) @4000 rpm
Torque: 105 ft-lb (142-N-m) @2000 rpm
Compressin Ratio: 6:48:1
Donated by: Dan and Linda Mohn
Twain Harte, CA, Jan 2012
Owner: Estrella Warbird Museum


This very early model 1/4 ton 4x4 Willys MB Jeep was manufactured in Toledo, Ohio, by Willys-Overland Motors, Inc., on the second day of production, November 24th, 1941. Willys made its first 25,808 MB Jeeps with a welded flat iron "slat" radiator grill. This jeep is numbered 585 off the production line. There are believed to be as few as 200 Slat Grill Jeeps in existance today.

This vehicle was professionally restored in 2002 by Mike's Military Motors of Santa Rosa, California

A classic example of the early-WWII Army Jeep, this one mounting a .50-cal Browning machine gun that has been converted to operate with acetylene, but in noise only -- the barrel is plugged. This is also one of the EWM restored vehicles which represents the Estrella WarBirds Museum in local community events.

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