WWII & Vintage Military Vehicles Auction

by House Auction Company


October 24, 2017


The Estate of the Late Bill Barrington - Military Vehicles 238 US Hwy 70 W Havelock, NC


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Restored WWII Military Vehicles, including M3A1 Scout Car, 1942 FORD GPW 4 x 4, WILLYS Model M38A1,  DODGE M37 3/4 Ton, 1941 DODGE 1/2 Ton Pick-up, 1970 Gamma-Goat &  M422A1 Mighty Mite for Sale in Online Auction by House Auctions, Inc.

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AUCTION  ENDS  Tuesday - October 24th  @ 2:00 PM EDT*


Selling for The Estate of the Late Bill Barrington

Long Time Member of MVPA - # 11020

Renowned Collector & Restorer of Vintage Military Vehicles


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PREVIEW of Military Vehicles:

Thursday October 19th & Friday October 20th From 10:00 am to 5:00 pm

NOTE: These are the ONLY Preview Dates - For Security Reasons & Common Courtesy  PLEASE DO NOT enter the premises where the vehicles are stored EXCEPT on Preview Dates. We are leasing indoor storage and the property owner strictly forbids entry inside the gate except on the designated Preview Dates. THANK YOU !!


8002 US HWY 70 West

Havelock, NC 28532 

111942  WHITE MOTOR CO., Model M3A1 Armored Scout Car,  Serial # 269311 - with 50 mm Machine Gun. Nicely Restored, with Vehicle Title, running condition (other than needs water pump), good tires, with spare tire
121941  DODGE   Model WC-21,  1/2 Ton Pick-Up Truck, Open Cab, Serial # 81503905, Nicely Restored in excellent condition. Runs excellent, exceptional paint, with Vehicle Title, with frames for canvas cover over bed, good tires, with spare tire
131942  FORD GPW 1/4 Ton 4 x 4   Serial # 101954, Nicely Restored, runs good, with Vehicle Title, good tires, with spare tire
141962  DODGE  Model M-37,  3/4 Ton Cargo Truck 4 x 4,  Serial # 66948,  with winch,  runs good, with Vehicle Title, good tires, with spare tire
151961  AMERICAN MOTORS CORP.  Model M422A1  "MIGHTY MITE",  Serial # 3653, Nicely Restored, with Vehicle Title,  excellent condition, great paint & canvas, awaiting installment of new carburetor - then will run good,  good tires, with spare tire 
161962 WILLYS MOTORS, INC.  Model M38A1  Utility Truck 1/4 Ton 4x4 ,   Serial # 88723, with Vehicle Title, however needs gas tank, was running good when last operated, good tires, with spare tire
171970  CONS  M561  Gama-Goat  Military Amphibious Vehicle, Serial # 2252S00408, with winch, with Vehicle Title, in running condition
18CLARK  Model 30 "TUG", Military Towing Vehicle, will start and run, not a titled vehicle, used for towing aircraft
19CLARK  "TUG", Military Towing Vehicle (for aircraft), not a titled vehicle, needs some attention to put in running condition
201942  DODGE  Model WC-63  6 x 6  Military Vehicle Chassis, Engine, Axles,  Drive Train & Tires,  Serial # 82043115,  with Vehicle Title, good tires, with steering mechanisms & home made instrument panel. Just needs body 
212003  GMC  Yukon XL, white in color, VIN 3GKFK16Z73G345367, with Vehicle Title, runs good

AUCTIONEER'S NOTE:  This is the Auction of the Lifetime Collection of restored military vehicles of the iconic Bill Barrington.  Bill proudly served his country in the US Marine Corp during WWII in the Pacific from 1942 to 1945. Bill's admiration and love for the military grew into a passion for restoring WWII era military vehicles and collecting any and everything militaria.  His collection is legendary.  House Auction Company, Inc. is honored to have been commissioned to present this extraordinary collection at  Public Online Auction,  where these vehicles are Selling to the Highest Bidder. 

Plan to attend the Preview / Inspection on Thursday, OCTOBER 19 and Friday OCTOBER 20 from 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM each day.  Do not miss this monumental auction event.

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