willys mb

Accessories and spares for your WWII jeep..

 

Just
Empty
Every
Pocket

Why?.....Because there are always those little extras you need if you are to stand out from your less ambitious jeep owning contemporaries.

d day star

menu

Home

ww2 jeeps for sale

ww2 jeeps wanted

Jeep Spares Sales / Wants

military vehicles

military vehicles 2

jeep accessories

secret nuclear bunker

50 dollar jeep in a case

50 dollar jeep in a case 2

jeep pics

your jeep pics

beltring Show

A Welsh VC

jeep resources

austin champ

austin champ 2

vintage cars

vintage cars 2

more shows

ww2 trucks

jeep resources

contact us

Other Items of Interest

Darjeeling

Varanasi

India Trains

Bristol Channel Islands - Steep Holm

Bristol Channel Islands - Flat Holm

Bristol Channel Islands - Lundy Island

Victorian and WW2 Forts

Class 37's in South Wales

All the stuff you need to keep your pride and joy in pristine condition.

fully loaded jeep

'jeep, I is telling ya' here is all the stuff ya needs to look good..' (Popeye 1943)

SAS jeep

This very tasty model was spotted at Beltring, but I hate to think how much those Jerricans would cost to fill these days!

Lots of Guns

Just what you need to give Rommel 'what for' in an MB complete with three vickers 'K' air cooled MG's and a .50 calibre Browning M2A1. The 'K's were good for what the LRDG and SAS did best, storming into a desert luftwaffe base in the early hours and shooting everything that wasn't flying.

jeep engine in parts

Need some spares maybe?

Who knows what horrors lurk under the bonnet! If you've got your pride and joy stripped down and you need some WW2 jeep spares in a hurry - Try these guys.


Universal Jeep Supplies 01483 860403


UNIT 4
MARSH FARM
STATION LANE
MILFORD
GODALMING
SURREY
GU8 5AE

Achtung!!

A young officer is working late at the Pentagon one evening. As he comes out of his office about 8 P.M. he sees the General standing by the classified document shredder in the hallway, a piece of paper in his hand.

"Do you know how to work this thing?" the General asks."My secretary's gone home and I don't know how to run it."

"Yes, sir," says the young officer, who turns on the machine, takes the paper from the General, and feeds it in.

"Now," says the General, "I just need one copy..."