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Vintage Jeep Parts Buyer's Guide

Green Jeep
Pete Trasborg
| Brand Manager, Jp
Posted March 1, 2008
Photographers: Jeep Corp.

The Who What And Where

It's no secret we like older Jeeps, and we have a hard time not buying any old Jeep with a price tag under $1,000. To be honest, most of the stuff we bring home is a pile of junk in need of lots of repair and attention. Well, over the years we've accumulated a pretty extensive black book filled with places to get those hard-to-find parts for older Jeeps

The company specializes in used Jeeps, and used Jeep parts. It also sells a selection of new parts for old Jeeps.

From a '41 MB to a '75 CJ-5/6, the company stocks so many restoration and modification parts we don't know where to start. A Jeep could literally be built out of their vintage catalog - it is a Jeep megastore.

Antelope Valley Equipment and Truck Parts specializes in military-model Jeep parts and other military vehicles.

Aqualu makes the highest-quality aluminum replacement bodies and tubs around. From stock replacements to half-cabs and mini-beds, they've got something that will work for you.

Army Jeep Parts carries military manuals, paint, and parts. The company also has many parts for short-wheelbase Jeeps through AMC.

From '39-'69, if you've got a Universal style Jeep, Beachwood has you covered. For both CJs and military Jeeps, including M-715s, the company makes all tops in house. In addition, if you are looking for a period-correct, show-quality restoration part for a military Jeep, give Beachwood a call.

BJ's Off Road has restoration parts, body panels, literature, repair parts, and off-road equipment for Wagoneers, J-Trucks, and fullsize Cherokees.

Boyce Equipment doesn't specialize in small Jeeps, but rather military trucks. That means they stock a lot of hard-to-find military parts and widgets.

Brent Mullins specializes in all parts for MB/GPW, M38, and M38A1 Jeeps. From Gillespie paints to data plates and hard-to-find hard parts, the company knows military Jeeps.

As the name might suggest, Centech has wiring for Jeeps, including early Jeep harnesses with special connectors and 6-volt tech support.

If you are looking for a metal replacement or patch panel for any open-top Jeep from '46-'95, look no further. In addition, the company offers panels for Willys Wagons and pickups up to '63.

Clifford Performance stocks hop-up parts for the F-head, L-head, 2.5L, 4.2L, and 4.0L Jeep engines. From cams to headers, if you want to go faster, look at Clifford.

Crown produces high-quality kits with hard-to-find parts for brakes, lock cylinders, clutches, and the like.

Collins Brothers offers new, used, and NOS Jeep parts for AMC and later Jeeps. The company also has used and reconditioned Jeeps for sale.

Cross Enterprises specializes in crossmembers, bumpers, and other hard parts for early Jeeps. The company also produces billet dash knobs.

Egge carries impossible-to-find engine parts from the first half of the 20th century, including Willys 134 L and F heads.

Specializing in new and used parts for the '67-'73 Jeepster/Commandos, The Jeepster Parts Dude has all kinds of hard-to-find seals, body parts, and so on.

For hard-to-find parts for the Kaiser and AMC-era Jeepster, look no further. The company reproduces some parts, and sells take-offs from "Partsters."

As the name implies, the company features just Jeepster parts. That is, new and used parts and body panels for the '67-'73 Jeepsters.

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