- L-134 Scranton, PA $350: http://scranton.craigslist.org/pts/5963156260.html
- L-134, T-84, early tc Phoenix, AZ $250: http://phoenix.craigslist.org/nph/pts/5964254625.html
Listed as a 1944, it isn’t. Looks more like an early 1950s to me based on the transmission cross member.
“1944 Willy’s Jeep Motor and Trans asking $100.00.”
- Chris has several F-heads for sale in MN: http://fargo.craigslist.org/pts/5948928666.html
- F-head Albuquerque, NM: http://albuquerque.craigslist.org/pts/5945733266.html
- F-head Pueblo, CO: http://pueblo.craigslist.org/pts/5934616471.html
- L-head Denver, CO: http://denver.craigslist.org/pts/5954826202.html
- M-38A1 F-head Sikeston, MO: http://stlouis.craigslist.org/pts/5940727837.html
- F-134 eastern Montana: http://montana.craigslist.org/pts/5939217949.html
- L-134 Christiansburg, NC: http://charlotte.craigslist.org/pts/5922024352.html
- F-134 engines Cranberry, NJ: http://cnj.craigslist.org/pts/5945275413.html
- 1 226 & 2 F-134s Red Lion, PA: http://york.craigslist.org/pts/5918596018.html
- Unknown engine type Olmsted, OH: http://cleveland.craigslist.org/pts/5932629760.html
- L-head Albany, NY: http://albany.craigslist.org/pts/5951423418.html
- L-head Deland, FL: http://daytona.craigslist.org/pts/5907699694.html
May be some value here.
“L134 motor… t90 trans and t18 transfer case out of 1948 Jeep Willys…175 OBO.”
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $550.
Is it new or just cleaned?
“i have a brand new willys jeep l 134 4 cyl engine military block. block has pistons and rings main bearing caps & bearings it has been in storage it is in a military wood box. block is covered in cosmoline to keep it from rusting not sure of the year but i think it from the 40 s”
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $1500.
“first, I was going to put this engine into my C-J-2 willys jeep I was restoring, then I thought I’d have to make a hole on top of the hood for the carburetor because it was to high. I found a 4-134-L flat head that was as good as this one, so I bought it and that’s what I finely put in. this motor runs very good, I have it on a stand if you want to hear it come and look. I do not take e-mail’s or text just call my phone”
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $450.
Could be a good price.
“I HAVE A COMPLETE ORIGINAL WILLYS JEEP L HEAD 4 CYLINDER ENGINE THAT WAS REMOVED FROM A JEEP THAT WAS BEING REPOWERED. IT HAS ALL THE ACCESORIES ON IT INTAKE AND EXHAUST MANIFOLDS, GENERATOR, IGNITION COIL, FLYWEEL, CLUTCH, BELLHOUSING, STARTER AND CARBERATOR WITH ALL THE LINKAGE. ENGINE TURNS OVER BY HAND AND I WAS TOLD IT WAS A RUNNER BUT IT WAS REMOVED BEFORE I PURCHASED IT. ”
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $135.
Craig notes this is an MB head.
“Willys flat head jeep motor, the motor is not frozen turns freely.”
Chris is selling this engine. It has never been run.
“Wof (Willys Overland France) engine for sale located in Connecticut. Looking inside the spark plug, oil fill and oil filter holes everything looks fresh and new. I have other photos i can email.”
“1951 Willys Jeep engine and transmission and overdrive for sale. Four cylinder 134 ci F-head. Regularly driven and used– doesn’t smoke or make any bad noises. All systems working including the overdrive. Been converted to 12v.
My apologies for not being more clear: this is being removed from a 2 wheel drive Willys wagon. There is no transfer case. The overdrive is engaged by a push-pull control under the dash.
Will be available in about a week. You haul, its in the Eugene Springfield area.”
No pics provided. I was interested in getting a sonic. I think it’s a good period correct option … more correct than the MB head on it.
“Checked ok for cracks. Also includes crank and misc. parts. This is the high “performance” head for the willy’s L134 head. $300 for all. Thanks.’
I believe this is a hard-to-find L-161 engine?
“Old Willy Motor not much know about it you would have to come down and look at it, Located at Michalak Battery and Core, 15 Pierce St, Auburn Me”
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $600.
Could be worth a look. I don’t quite understand the description though.
“Motor and transmission jeep Willys working good 2 things i take out i have all the miselaneus any?”
Not many 161s around, let alone Sears Allstate versions. Aren’t these identical to the Willys 161s?
“Yes, Sears Roebuck & Co. actually sold cars during the 1952-53 model years, and this is the larger six cylinder 161 cubic inch flathead engine that came in the higher end “Series 6” versions. Only 2,363 Allstates were sold in two years, the cars were actually rebadged Henry J sedans manufactured by Kaiser/Fraser/Willys, as were the four and six cylinder engines they came with.
This particular engine is fairly rare and has the correct “Allstate” logo cast in the head as well as an “Allstate” tag on the engine block. It turns over and runs but really needs a rebuild. It is still standard bore, complete and has almost all the engine accessories including a good water pump, bellhousing, new clutch, two correct Carter carburetors, distributor, both manifolds, oil pump and starter. About the only thing needed to drop it in the chassis (other than a rebuild) is a generator. Most everything has been recently gone through by a mechanic.”
No location was provided for this engine.
“I have a MB Willys engine that was removed from a Hobart welder. I do not believe this was the engine that was in this welder originally due to the fact that it was mated to a partial Jeep bell housing to make the fit. The engine runs and still carried a load before being removed from the welder. By looking closely at area near distributor where these engines are prone to crack, I can see a professional repair was made at some time to the block (repair is barely visible and holds). Serial number behind oil filter is MB546645, casting number 638632. Boss behind water pump correct 1/2″x2″. Engine has 40-50 psi oil pressure when running and no knocks, or crank chuggle. Cold compression is 70-90 psi across the 4 cylinders, bumps up to 110-140 once the oil gets to them.”
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $250.
Looks like a good price.
“Im tired of tripping over them in the garage, Price is firm. I was told the L4134 motor ran when pulled, it turns over freely. Has manifolds and distributor. the bell housing on the t90 transmission is for an f-head motor I think, has the t18 transfercase with crossmember and skidplate. the engine stand would also go with if you’re interested. I have an engine hoist and a pickup If you need help moving. call or text works best, scams will be ignored,”
UPDATE: **Status Unknown** Was $250.
“This is a complete 1950-1954 Willy’s engine has a Kaiser badge on it. The head is shown with Kaiser Supersonic stamped onto it,161 cubic inches, L head straight six, cast iron block, 80 hp, the Transmission is a Borg Warner T-96 3-speed manual. It came out of a 1951 Kaiser Henry J. for which Willy’s overland motors supplied. This Willys engine was used in a lot of different auto’s like the Jeeps, Willy’s Aero cars like the Lark, Falcon, Kaisers and others. This engine has been stored in a shop since the 1960’s and has a lot of miles left on it.”
Looks to have value.
“Early Jeep Motor, Fan, Starter, Transmission gears, etc. Been sitting in dry conditions for 30+ years. No idea what kind of shape it is in except it turns over so pistons are not frozen.”
Two separate ads for L-134s.
- Kittanning, PA: http://pittsburgh.craigslist.org/pts/5681597451.html $400 (No pics)
- Cleveland, OH: http://akroncanton.craigslist.org/pts/5699517202.html $350 (Pics)
Seller indicates the engine’s condition is good and that it is a 1945.
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $800.
“from Hobart welder, oil pressure 45lbs, all 4 cyl compression 125 psi, rebuilt carb, new water pump, serial # above water pump, NO emails or texts, ”
Bruce spotted this rare Kermath engine for sale.
This vintage inboard is a 4cyl 61hp Kermath Sea-Jeep High Speed. A marine conversion of the military Willys Jeep MB 134ci L-head engine. From what I can tell, it appears to be all original and very minimally used.