Looks like a mish-mash of M38 and CJ3A. One piece windshield is proper for either model. Sheet metal is civilian, as the passenger side lacks the indents for axe and shovel on the rocker panel .
Dash is definitely civilian, but I think I see a hint of a battery box poking out from the passenger's side under the dash, which is normally found on an M38.
Looks like he did a spring-over-axle lift and actually kept the original springs and shackles too.
That's a cool rig. Thanks for the candy. Always fun.
Originally Posted by xcmbike
Im a Cherokee owner but a Jeep lover. I drove past this the other day and had to stop and look at it. This is probably one of the coolest old school Jeeps I have ever seen. I dont know anything about the engine in it or what its history is. But I thought it might be some eye candy.