Owning a WW2 Jeep is a very rewarding experience; they are fun to drive, are small and fit easily in a garage. They can keep up with modern traffic on B roads, and with an unrivalled off road ability and being almost bullet proof, they will go places that other 4×4’s just couldn’t cope. Jeeps have simple mechanics, easy to maintain and repair, with very good parts support, almost everything you will need is available. WW2 Jeep price guide will give you an idea of the average prices for a WW2, don’t get caught out paying a fortune for an over resorted, kit car Jeep.
It would be fair to say that they are the world’s most recognised vehicle. If you look after your Jeep and keep it well maintained, it will give you good reliable service for many years. If you do buy a WW2 Jeep we don’t think you will be disappointed.
WW2 Jeep price guide will help you with a guide to prices. Before buying a Jeep you should do some research. Talk to Jeep owners, check out our Jeep buyers guide page. Always take an expert with you if you can, or buy from a reputable Jeep dealer. May cost a bit more, but worth it if you are unsure.
Have a good look around and under the vehicle, work out a value of the basic vehicle, then add a price for any accessories such as guns and kit. Don’t get carried away with all the added bits, make sure you have a good vehicle first. Guns etc can be added to any Jeep afterwards.
For the definitions of the Jeeps see the Buyers guide page.
The in need of restoration prices, depends on condition. see the Restoring a Jeep page.
Original Willys or Ford Jeep
Good conditions examples £15,000 to £25,000
In need of restoration £4,000 to £12,000 (depending on condition)
Jeep – Hybrid
Good conditions examples £13,000 to £18,000
In need of restoration £3,000 to £9,000 (depending on condition)
Good conditions examples £9,000 to £14,000
In need of restoration £3,000 to £7,000 (depending on condition)
Depending on condition from £7,000 up to £14,000
Over restored or replica/kit car Jeep
No more than £11,000 for one these’s Jeeps.
However prefect they may look, with all the reproduction body parts they will never be the ‘Real McCoy’ Not the best investment.