The 1941 Willys MA is the rarest, most sought after, and most valuable of the pre-standardized Jeeps. A properly restored MA will bring a cool $50,000-plus! Only 1,555 were built, and a mere 27 are known to still exist. The MA was the winner in the battle for a big Jeep contract, and it owes this win to the Willys 60hp Go-Devil flathead four. It had more power and torque than either the Ford or the Bantam. Many MAs were sent to the Soviet Union under the Lend-Lease program. You can see the MA heritage in the Russian GAZ-67 that was produced in WWII. This MA is owned by military-vehicle collector Wayne Dowdle of Memphis, Tennessee.