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1964 Wagon Traveller? Long Beach, CA eBay

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I’m thinking this is 4wD Traveller.  Here’s the Traveller brochure for comparison (or view below in next post).

“”Rare” 1964 Willys Wagon Sedan Delivery
Factory 230 Tornado Straight 6 cyl , 3 Speed Manual Trans, w/Power Take Off
New Fuel Tank, Electrical Fuel Pump, Fuel Line, Brake Master Cylinder, Brake Switch,
LED Tail Lights, Back UpLights, 12v Altenator, Rebuilt Holley Carburator, Points , Condenser,
Plugs, Plug Wires, etc..
Power Take Off Ramsie Wench , Factory Off Road Lights, Chrome Trim, Warn Hubs
Factory Bench Seat with Decent Tan/Brown Cover
The front floor was replaced by previous owner , is solid and good, along with an over head consul which I repaired ,
it holds a Stereo and a CB Radio.Back cleaned up nice and the wood looks great.New wood door panels and rear panels.
New Split front windshield and seal. New Passenger window glass .New door/window felt.
The Wagon was in ruff shape but for a 48 year old Willys it cleaned up pretty Nice, but know that there are dings , etc.. It still needs to be dialed in.
I have a 230 Tornado Engine Manual and Folder full of recipts and few extra parts.”

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4 Comments on “1964 Wagon Traveller? Long Beach, CA eBay

  1. Mike Finegan

    This really looks like a wagon body that had the panel type doors added at some later point in time. Notice the “molded sides” around the windows as opposed to the flat “cut in style” on the traveler.

  2. scramboleer

    Yeah, I think this is either a factory or owner-modified wagon. A Traveller would have flat wheelwells inside. A Parkway Conversion would have flush side windows that don’t slide (but would have regular rounded wheelswells). When I spoke with Paul Barry at Willys America last month about a similar wagon for sale in Oregon, he said that the factory sometimes built these as special order for customers… and that toward the end of the line in 1964-1965, anything was possible.

  3. Colin

    The two piece windshield wouldn’t be correct for a wagon after 61 or so, and the lower roof line would be on a wagon after about 1959 or so. The rounded areas of the windows is representative of the wagon bodies, but not the Parkways or Travellers, that had one piece glass that was flush with the sides of the bodies and large rubber moldings around them.

  4. Buz

    If you look at the auction and notice the photo of the dash, on the right hand side there is a government nomenclature plate, so it would have been ordered/used by some arm of the government when new,might explain the odd combination of equipment.

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