You can find Chris McKay’s Vintage Jeep Parts on Facebook (ask to join the group Vintage Willys Parts CJ-2A, CJ-3A, CJ-3B, CJ-5). Or, contact him directly at email@example.com.
http://www.jaysww2jeeps.com: Jay offers the highest quality reproduction parts for your WWII jeep, whether it be a Willy’s MB, Ford GPW or Ford GP. He also has a large selection of quality take-off parts if you’re looking for an original piece for your WWII era jeep.
http://www.overlanddiesel.com: Overland Diesel was originally operated as a conversion shop and supplier of top quality conversion components from 2006 to 2012. Carrying on with this good foundation, Overland Diesel shifted its focus to building diesel conversion kits for the early Jeep product line.
http://www.alliedjeeps.com: Finding reliable engine blocks, transmissions and other complex parts needed to fully and confidently restore vintage Jeeps is becoming increasingly difficult. Allied Jeep offers enthusiasts an alternative – brand new parts manufactured to original specification, such as L-134 engine blocks, but produced with more exacting standards and tolerances now possible given advances in manufacturing technologies and techniques over the past 60 years. Check out their website to learn more.
Merlin’s MB will be powered by one of these new engines. Learn more about Merlin and his wife Brittany here.
http://www.ewillys.com: For eight years, eWillys has provided an addicting daily dose of vintage jeep news, information, history and jeeps for sale. According to David Eilers, the site’s maestro, eWillys is designed to be approachable by people new to jeeps, yet provide content and conversations that will interest the most knowledgeable jeep aficionados. The site is read by jeeps lovers world-wide, with people in 140 different countries reading the site with regularity.
David will be participating in the Alaska Or Rust adventure in his 1956 DJ-3A, Rusty. You can read more about him here.