Mike Meditz is proud to say that even though Kaiser Willys Auto Supply has been a family-owned business for over two decades, he has been attending Willys Jeep and military vehicles events since he was a kid when his father would take him. Started in 1997, Kaiser Willys Auto Supply is dedicated to providing quality and reasonably priced vintage parts and accessories for all 1941 to 1971 Willys and Jeep vehicles.
Over the years, Kaiser Willys has grown to offer parts and accessories for all Willys Jeep vehicles, including the war-time production models and post-war civilian ones, such as the Jeep MB, GPW, M38, and M38A1. In addition, Kaiser Willys stocks parts for civilian models, including CJ-2A, 3A, 3B, 5, 7, and 8, and the Willys Station Wagon, Truck and Jeepster. Mike’s team provides vintage parts to museums, repair shops, and Jeep enthusiasts worldwide, and takes pride in daily efforts to provide excellent customer service and help where needed, whether it be a question about a part, installation, vehicle ID or troubleshooting.
Mike is the proud owner of a fully restored 1946 CJ-2A and is always happy to share his knowledge and expertise with others, seeking to encourage a sense of community within and among his customers and fellow enthusiasts.
When asked, “What’s the one thing you want MVM readers to know?” Mike responded, “Whether you’re working on a full restoration, repair, or modification, Kaiser Willys is always striving to be your #1 supplier of choice, from providing excellent service and parts, easy returns, or fast and free shipping, to looking for new ways to make the process easier, faster and more satisfying for you. Your success is our success, and we will work hard to see your project through.”
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