The links to posts below show jeeps grouped by models, condition, and other ways. Some of these jeeps are for sale and others have been sold. If you are unsure whether a vehicle is still for sale or not, email me at d [at] ewillys.com for more info.
Importantly, the allure of buying a project jeep can be romantic. The reality of restoring a jeep can be quite different, expensive and overwhelming without the right tools and resources. So, tread carefully when purchasing a "project". If you have any concerns about buying a vintage jeep, or run across a scam, feel free to contact me for help, comments or concerns .
“1949 Willys Jeepster
The car starts and drives down the road
This car has all the original equipment.
4 cyl flathead engine and standard drive train.
All new body paint with a couple small dings.
Interior floor and sides were painted as well
All new interior seats and side panes.
New steering wheel with all horn button parts.
I have the original wheels, tires and moon hubcaps.
I have the convertible top frame and a new cream colored top for it
I have all the frames and side curtains to enclose the car.”
“Just testing the waters. 1950 Willys Jeepster 2wd convertible. 1 of approx 5000 built that model year. Unrestored, mostly original. Been in the family since 1952. Suffered storm damage to the hood rear fender and top from falling branches and rain about 20 yrs ago and has been in storage since. Serious restorers only. No trades”
Walt’s got his Jeepster for sale. As you can see, it’s a very cable off road jeep.
“!950 Willys Jeepster converted to 4-wheel-drive. Body in great shape a CA car not rust or rot in exceptional condition, custom Upolstry , mounted onm a 62 Willys Wagon frame. 1968 Chevy 327 with Webbe/Edelbrock Proflow tuned port fuel injection, SM 465 4 speed transmission with 8to1 first, 205 transfer case, Dana Scout II axles with posi front and rear, power disc and power steering, 13,000lb warn winch, 32″ BFG MTR , rancho suspension , I built this to drive to the desert every year and used it as a daily driver for years, it has 50,000 miles since it wa built in 1998. For someone that wants a never smog Unusual Jeep 4×4 that always gets lots of attention and is one of a kind. Only 23K Jeepsters were made 48-51.
$20,000 only trade Rubicon Unlimited or JK Unlimited Rubicon Walt Mikolajcik Fairfield CA 707 816-9912”
“This will get the neighbors talking! Willy’s 1949 Jeepster, very solid and no rust. Rebuilt engine, a few chips in the paint. Convertible top in fair condition with side curtains. Needs minor maintenance. $8,400 firm.”
“1948 Willies Jeepster survivor. New paint, tires, hubcaps, etc. Very solid all metal body, Original interior is in great shape. Original 4 cylinder with rare working overdrive. Great example of an american post war classic roadster. licensed in Ne., for sale locally! Fun for parades or a daily driver. Do NOT need help selling. $9999 cash! Video of car driving available.”
“Selling my much loved 1949 Jeepster. It’s the original deal…flathead motor, 3 speed with overdrive…(works too) Poor thing just needs more than I have time to give. The paint is all old and faded. The front seats need work. They are not the original seats but I do have the original ones too. It only has a generator. No alternator so the lights are not super bright. I have 5 original hubcaps still. It really needs some billet wheels to make it pop. Perhaps a LS motor to make it really go good at the drags. it’s got 98,000 miles so its probly all wore out by now cause these old cars just were not built like modern cars. They were all wore out at 100k.figure on rebuilding everything. I want a Jeep FC170 pickup or a modern diesel Crew Cab pickup so the poor jeepster gotta go. Might consider partial trade for a FC170 project. It’s fun to drive around ( I drive it a lot) but I want a truck. and it’s so not a truck. I got lots of pix in my phone. is easiest to text them.”
“I have two project jeeps. 1967 commando half cab, no tranz or t case. It has the v6 in it still but it does not run. The other is a 1960 cj6, 4cyl engine that is stuck. Rear body is rusty. I have titles for both. Both would make great rock crawlers. They are a little rough for restoration projects imo. 1000.00 each. No texts, calls only”
“I’m selling a very restorable 1949 Willys Overland Jeepster. I bought it with the intention to do a full restoration but I’ve found something else that I want to restore. If you’re into original or Mod this is a good place to start. It’s probably 98% complete. The frame is solid with no issues. The floors and rockers need panels which are available. The drivetrain is complete and intact. Missing the air cleaner. The motor is stuck so the jeep is not currently running. These are the last of the American Phaeton and were only built for 3 years. 1949 is the lowest production year with only 2960 built. Restore it to original or put a small block v8 into it. They are nice looking cars when done. Asking $3900”
“im selling this 1967 classic that just had a rebuild on the top ( new cam,lifters stainless valves)
also it has new brakes all the way around new power booster new brk lines.
mech, this is a sound little jeep all it need is some one to finish off the body work
it had panels put in the body and has a snow plow that comes with it plus the tow bar that i have on it now.
title is clean,v-6 3 spd stick with dana gears front and back true post .”
“this car is a frame off restoration sand blasted and put back tighter. it has original front end steering with a Chevy rear end. ive had the car for 20 some years . it has a chevy 350 engine. 350 turbo trans , . alumin intake , alt., new batt. headers, dual exhaust, all most new tires weld wheels, new engine dress up, the interior is perfect . good top with side snap ons windows and snap cover when top is down.”
“We purchased this Hurst 8/2/2011 from Pittsburgh. A private collector had it in storage in Utah for a while. Since we’ve had it we having done the following Front seat recovered Transmission seal replaced Engine rebuilt 10″ drum conversion Installed power assist brake system New shocks New tires Front bumper restored New heater core 79,316 miles on old engine Vehicle is currently non running. New engine installed ( zero time), transmission and transfer case installed. Linkage needs to be reinstalled. Electric system needs to be reinstalled. Fuel lines & water lines need to be hooked up. Some rust on front floor pans and rocker panels. Tailgate has usual rust for a Jeep. Was a great runner, but was rebuilt due to thrown rod. Had PA inspection in 2012. Has not run since 2013 when engine transmission and transfer case were removed. We have increasing run out of time for this project , we would love to sell it to someone who would enjoy it more.”
“1950 JEEPSTER which had an amateur restoration 8-10 years ago. The body is solid and the paint is still shinny . A new interior was installed as was a new top. The engine runs fine and most everything else operates.
I haven’t used the Jeepster for years so this Spring I put on new brakes, had the drums turned , flushed the gas tank and installed a new 6 volt battery. It is lots of fun to drive around town and short distances. Good acceleration and easy to maneuver, so taking the grand kids for ice cream on a summer’s evening will be a memory maker.
The speedometer doesn’t work and there are a few scratches that could use a touch up. I’m asking $8500.00 which is a fair price according to Hagerty. ”
“1949 Willys Jeepster 4 cyl. 3 speed manual on colum.
Just tuned , starts runs, converted to 12 volt, new exhaust, has newer top, has all the side curtians with clear plastic. paint is very dull but could be wet sanded and buffed, still needs a lil TLC, but worth the effort.”
“1948 willys jeepster, the jeepster are getting harder to find in this condition ,it has no motor or transmission but has a great frame and body ,perfect to build it back stock, turn it in to a hot rod or 4×4 ,will trade for for all kinds of stuff so hit me with your offers”
“YES I know Willys never made a 4 WD Jeepster but we did. This car was built in the late 60”s By an engineer in Utah. It was almost completed when he passed away. I bought the car from the estate three years ago finished it here at the shop.
Its powered by a new 1965 Buick Wildcat 401 nailhead engine delivery 400 lbs of torque to the drive train. It has a 3 speed T-90 trans and a Warn all range overdrive. It has high /low range, 2wheel/4 wheel drive and power take off for the winch. The top and interior and carpet and side curtains are all new. The chrome is very nice and the paint good but not perfect. NO RUST EVER. It has all new brakes and new tires. It has a new Edelbrock 600 CFM carb New aluminum radiator, and the engine only has 300 miles on it for testing. This is truly a unique well designed, versatile Jeepster. It will climb mountains and pull down a tree as well as do highway speeds.”