Sorry to pick nits.
You realize that the M38 is a flat fender Jeep, and the M38A1 next to the WWII MB/GPWs has biscuit fenders, like the CJ-5. There is an M38 above, next to the M715. The easiest way to tell the difference: civilian flat fenders like the CJ-2A, CJ-3A and CJ-3B as well as the M38 have 7-slot grilles. Both the M38 and M38A1 are Korean war vintage. The WWII Jeeps either have the "slat grille" built up from steel bars, aka slats, or the 9-slot grille stamped from sheet steel. The 9-slot stamped grille was developed by Ford to ease manufacture. Only the earliest WWII Jeeps have the grille made of separate steel bars.
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