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    Going to start on the M38 next. I got this engine out of a modified M38A1. It is originally from a MB. I took it all apart replaced gaskets ect. It ran really good. I am not sure I am going as crazy as I did on the M37.....
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    1951 Reo M48 Deuce Tractor
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    Funny, I got an engine from a M38 and I am putting it in a 1943 MB.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hndrsonj View Post
    Going to start on the M38 next. I got this engine out of a modified M38A1. It is originally from a MB. I took it all apart replaced gaskets ect. It ran really good. I am not sure I am going as crazy as I did on the M37.....
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    Clean up the engine bay and put it in. Is the engine that we pulled the head and pan off the original one?
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    It's the one from the M38A1C. Been wrapping up issues with the M37 as they arise. Off school till mid January, so the M37 is a total stoppage.
    1951 Reo M48 Deuce Tractor
    1962 Dodge M37B1 w/w
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    Looks like a nice project, (And), Not too heavy...Unlike mine on the wrecker, But then success (Accomplishment), Breeds 'Happiness'..
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    The motor is NOT a WWII block casting. It has the serial pad above the water pump. WWII have an oval pad on the right side of the engine at the front just below the deck. Is the serial number still readable on the pad? There is a chance of it being a Willys post war replacement engine. The serial number will tell us.
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    (2) 1951 M-38s (one Army, one USMC)
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    (1) 1942 Dodge WC57 Command Car
    (1) 1944 Dodge WC52 Weapons Carrier
    (2) 1941 Sperry M1941 Anti-aircraft searchlights (Army)
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    In the shop, starting with a complete brake overhaul.
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    1951 Reo M48 Deuce Tractor
    1962 Dodge M37B1 w/w
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    Nice shop, very jealous.
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