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1949 Wagon Fish Creek, WI $30,000

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This is a nice looking station wagon.

“For Sale: Recently completed restoration of a very rare and unique 1949 Willys Overland Jeep Station Sedan. The Jeep Station Sedan was Willys’ entry into the upscale station wagon market in 1948, 1949 and 1950. This vehicle has been restored over a period of seven years to a very exacting standard. Besides beautiful green metallic paint the interior replicates the exact seat and headliner material. Mechanically the engine has been rebuild by Terry’s Engine Service and runs like a sewing machine. There are four new B F Goodrich 6.70X15 wide whitewall tires and new caps and trim rings. New wire harness, new deluxe steering wheel, new gas tank. Clear title. Price: $29,950.00.”

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6 Comments on “1949 Wagon Fish Creek, WI $30,000

  1. colin peabody

    This wagon should have the basket weave on the sides, but my long time friend Al, the seller, says he just didn’t want to put it on there. Other than that, this car is as close to a perfect restoration as you can get. Al’s vehicles are always done extremely well. I hate to see him sell this, but he is downsizing. He still has a couple of Willys trucks, a 49 Jeepster, a 45 CJ2A, a 47 2WD wagon.

  2. C

    It is a gorgeous vehicle but I am trying to figure out what is “rare” and “unique” about it (seller’s description). It is “period correct” but the vehicle itself is neither rare (few examples left or ever built) nor unique (special within the range of examples built). These terms are heavily overused by folks selling old vehicles as they always seem “rare” and “unique” when owners have them squirreled away in garages and storage units and they are seldom seen by everyone else.

  3. David Eilers Post author


    Those terms are definitely tossed about pretty freely; I’m not sure what constitutes “rare” in terms of vehicles. There’s also the matter of perspective; while us online-offline jeep nuts see these vehicles almost daily, many folks who don’t follow the jeep world may rarely or never see other vintage jeeps, especially if they don’t travel much. I suppose something could be considered rare within a 50 mile radius, but not so rare on a national level?

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