The original military Jeep debuted in the 1940s, but was so popular that a civilian model was soon developed. At the onset of the Korean war, the then-current civilian model was militarized, becoming the M38. This 1951 Willys M38 Jeep is an excellent example of that classic vehicle. Given a full, frame-off restoration by a previous owner, it's in excellent running condition, with an inline four-cylinder engine, three-speed manual transmission, and, of course, four-wheel drive. In addition, this particular example is outfitted with accessories like a period-correct phone, gas can, helmet, siren, and inert .50 and .30 caliber machine guns, the former fueled by propane and oxygen to fire off realistic-sounding "shots". This goes without saying, but you might want to save that feature for "patrolling" on your own property.