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Posted on Friday, August 21 @ 13:19:32 UTC by Ryan

New book on the M38 Jeep just released

Information on the M38 jeep has been difficult to obtain until now.  This book describes the history of the M38 from imediately after WWII, prototype development, factory production and through early military service life.  Included are 220 pages with over 800 photos of jeeps and the correct parts for a restoration.  The book describes the changes made during factory production and has detailed information on many aspects of the M38.

If you are restoring, looking to buy or sell or just have an M38 and want to know more about it this book will be an invaluable tool.

This book can be purchased at
This website (website members only)  see for sale forum 
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Re: M38 Reference Guide (Score: 1)
by 78670 on Monday, June 07 @ 10:26:46 UTC
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Jeeps and their parts have had many minor changes made over the years and this book shows whats legitmately suspose to be on an M38 vs. any other jeep model - MB, GPW, M38A1, M151 etc. If you are trying to restore an M38 using original parts then this is the bible for getting the parts right, there's no reason to guess anymore. The fact that the parts are photographed makes it simple to see if you are not a mechanic - and I'm not. I'm still restoring my M38 (dod 3/52) and this book is right by my side. 78670

Re: M38 reference guide (Score: 1)
by maydaymurph on Wednesday, February 15 @ 05:31:39 UTC
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Where Can I buy one tried Debe;lla w/o sucess, tried the other sites too. I'd really like to have this reference to help with my restoration. Thanks, L. Murphy

Re: M-38 Reference Guide (book) (Score: 1)
by M-38CDN on Tuesday, February 05 @ 21:35:35 UTC
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I bought mine from Debella last year. It is very useful for restauration. It indicates where the holes should be on the body, the front bumper and the rear frame rail. There are plenty of photos.


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