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Wagon (Parkway or Traveller) Whistler, Canada **SOLD**

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Marlo spotted this find. Can anyone tell if this is a Parkway or a Traveller?

“This 1940s collectible Willys Jeep could be restored or can be used for parts or even decor. You would need to tow it away. This is part of an estate and the paperwork is missing.”

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2 Comments on “Wagon (Parkway or Traveller) Whistler, Canada **SOLD**

  1. Steve E.

    I don’t see the little screws in the sides of the body, so I don’t think it’s a Traveller.
    I’m going to guess it’s a Parkway. It has a ribbed roof, so it’s a ’60, ’62, or ’62. Unless Canadian Jeeps were different, it’s a ’60, because wagons came with one piece windscreens in ’61.

    It must have been claimed because the post was deleted.

    **Steve E.**

  2. David Eilers Post author


    Did all Travellers have the screws? As I understand it, only some of the Parkways had screws between two back two windows.

    – Dave

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