G503 GP Database

1940 - 1941 BRC, MA, GP, Preproduction Prototypes. Knowledge Base NO EBAY or COMMERCIAL SALES.
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Re: G503 GP Database

Post by bourg4th » Fri Sep 11, 2015 5:47 pm

I'm Steve, I'm new to this site. My GP is serial #10109. I have had this GP for about 17 years. It originally came from New York state around Pine Camp NY. I will need some parts to get it back up into shape. I would have done it before now but was waiting for the price of parts to go up before I started. It stops, it goes, but not necessarily on the same day.

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Re: G503 GP Database

Post by pierino » Fri Sep 11, 2015 9:29 pm

Welcome aboard, Steve!

You for sure managed to reach your goal: parts are definitely expensive now... 8)

Here, there are for sure people that will help you ...just let us know what you need...

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Re: G503 GP Database

Post by Tom Wolboldt » Sat Sep 12, 2015 3:52 am

Hi Steve,

Again welcome to the G503. Can you post a photo of the frame serial number stamping ? I take it that there is no serial number data plate. What is the motor and it's serial number ? These questions help the other GP owner to understand what they own. Thanks in advance for any data that you can provide.
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Re: G503 GP Database

Post by bourg4th » Sat Sep 12, 2015 4:09 pm

Well, I need hood blocks, carb linkage, air cleaner, correct distributor and housing 1 blackout marker light maybe to start. I have a new(15 year old) rear body panel that I have to put on the jeep. The jeep came with 2 engines.

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Re: G503 GP Database

Post by Leo H Jankowski » Sat Sep 24, 2016 10:36 am

Hi Steve, Yes welcome to the GP group. Having a spare engine, you could always sell it to offset the cost of parts you need. You probably already knew this but don't scrap anything GP. Someone is always looking for it. Best wishes; Leo

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Re: G503 GP Database

Post by baxterwood » Tue Aug 22, 2017 12:28 am


Just a question and it is probably listed somewhere if I cared to read all, where were the GP's built - which plant?


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Re: G503 GP Database

Post by rjbeamer » Tue Aug 22, 2017 2:18 pm

The Rouge River plant in Dearborn Mi. made all of the GP's.
This is as per fordmotorhistory.com

Fords production of Jeeps

Ford Motor Company Jeeps in WWII by plant
Rouge (includes 4,458 experimental 26,017 vehicles before the GPW contract) 26,017 (The 4,458 experimental units were GP's)
Chester 18,533
Dallas 93,748
Edgewater 1,333
Lousville 93,364
Richmond 49,359


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Re: G503 GP Database

Post by 70th Division » Wed Aug 30, 2017 6:54 am

Hello Roger,

That is very interesting information, thanks for posting it !


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