Craig spotted this pair for sale.
“Tony has 2 1955 Willys Overland pickup trucks #1 is a very solid, including the frame even the rear fender braces are all in place and solid (see pics) this is a barn find, just got it out of the barn last week,now the bad some one put in a older Ford v-8,from the 50’s I think, have not tried to turn it over or start it,the good is the other truck in the back ground has a good ” super hurricane 6″six that will start and run lets call that the #2 truck. Both trucks serial # start with 55, truck #1 is 55268 — 11221 #2 starts with 55,they are going as a pair for $5800″
Craig found this truck. It’s complete, but doesn’t run.
“1948 Willys pickup 2t two wheel drive. All original condition. All complete. Currently does not run. Engine free. Good title.”
Maybe some value here?
“Rare two wheel drive ,’49 Willys pickup , 4 cyl locked up , trans shift nob says 4speed, as far as I know it’s original beside wheels and paint. I know the owners since 60’s.”
Looks good. Seller says paint isn’t show quality.
“226 Super Hurricane, 6 cylinder Rebuilt .30 over forged and balanced pistons. Balanced flywheel.
Heads shaved a bit. This is not a performance vehicle just a great motor.
3-speed manual with Warn overdrive. Hi/Lo range 4 wheel drive. Warn lockouts. Original drivetrain. New seals.
Paint job not show quality. I am forced to sell this.”
Nice looking truck with a couple mods (such as the front bumper).
“62 Willys Pickup, Ford 289 engine, with warren overdrive. Nice, had since new, can”t take all the Grandkids. Looks Nice, Runs Great”
Has a warn overdrive. The tranny/tc may be junk.
“This is a super hard to find 1956 Willys pickup truck 4 wheel drive
I got from 2nd owner of close to 40 years.
Interior dash straight not cut, has all gauges and radio
The body is super straight with a nearly rust free body. A few quarter size rust holes on floor.
Bed of truck is straight and solid, I have the tailgate also in amazing condition, needs a few pieces of hardware to mount
I have a California title with it.
If you have been looking for a gem to start with for a project you don’t want to miss this.
If you see it you will want it, don’t miss out
Gears are stuck not being used for 30+ years, so I took out the driveshaft so it can roll”
Does need a little work. Looks straight.
“This vehicle is all original to include its drive train. It has the original flat head 4 cylinder engine that runs good, and the original 3 speed transmission with two speed transfer case. It is equipped with the original military non directional style tires that are in good condition. The brakes were done a few years back and are fine. The charging system was being converted to 12 volt and needs to be completed. The truck needs to be painted and could use some rust repairs in the cab floor. The truck has a good bed with the very rare original tailgate with the Willys Overland logo. The gas tank was replaced within the last few years.
The truck is currently registered with the California DMV and has no fees due.
I am only selling this truck to free up resources for other projects I am doing. While the price is what it is, I am open to reasonable offers as well. Please contact me via email with “1953 Willys” in the subject line or call me”
May be worth a look at that price.
“1948 Willy’s Jeep stake body pickup truck. Rough shape but it is inside now and has transferable NY reg. 4 cylinder with three on the tree.”
This truck runs, but hasn’t been run in a while. The brakes need to be completed. There may be more work necessary here as well.
“I have for sale my Dads Willys pickup. It is equipped with a small block Chevy 283 engine in it. Engine runs but haven’t ran it in awhile, certain it’ll fire right up once we prime the fuel system again. It’s also equipped with all new front disk brake conversion which was never fully ran as it needed bigger rims to accommodate the disk brake setup. The front disk brake setup alone cost $1000 new. We also have with the disk brake kit a Wilwood brake master cylinder which we didn’t put on yet. Comes with all hardware and instructions to complete installation. With very little work it’ll make a good driving pickup, just don’t have the time anymore or space. ”
Dan spotted this truck named “Mona”.
“With a very sad heart I am putting up for sale my 60 willys pickup, “Mona”. I have to many projects and to much credit card debt so I am letting her go. I did a frame off restoration on Mona in 2009. At the time I replaced every thing to original shape accept the seats and pedals. It has ford hydraulics in it so it has dual reservoir brakes. all gauges work but at the time the original fuel and temp are disconnected for after market gauges. At the time of the restoration I only did a minor engine rebuild, rings, cylinders, lapped valves and new seals and gaskets. So for the past 7 years I have driven her on weekends and plowed my drive way in the winter, took trips to the hills or dump. I have put about 3500 miles on it.
She starts and runs every day rain or shine, hot or cold. It does leak as every willys does so you have to watch the oil. The paint has faded, it has surface rust on the frame, springs and a few spots on the body but this is one of the straightest and cleanest willys pickups your will find. It also has a dual gas tank control and I have an extra tank for it to install. The tank in it is a new plastic willys tank. This is a very tough decision for me to let go so if you are thinking i am going to drop the price and wheel and deal, don’t waist your time. I am an avid willys owner and I know what the value of this truck is and it is more than I am asking.”
I’m sure someone out there is proud of this trailer, but honestly, if I brought that home to Ann, I’d be sleeping in it alone …. with all my belongings. Of course, there’s that old saying: there’s a trailer for every traveler. Okay, I just made that up.
“57 Willys Jeep that is completely original! low miles! runs and drives but need carburetor work.
will come with a 1961 homemade teardrop trailer. 5000 for both”
UPDATE: Price dropped to $4900.
(06/02/2016) Looks like an interesting rig.
“We purchased this vintage ’49 Willys truck about 7 years ago to add to our array of classic trucks intended for full restoration. We have only driven it around on our homestead periodically during that interim, putting less than 50 miles on it.
We bought it at a high price even without body or paint work done because the previous owners had done an incredible amount of mechanical type work in that restoration process stretching from 1997 to 2005. The truck mostly sat until we bought it in 2007-8 period into the tune of about $10,000 total invested into the truck.
In the paperwork received with it there was a thick stack of receipts of work done. Like a dummy, I threw away some of them before realizing what the receipts were. I have gone through the many line items of the receipts to come up with the below list. The line items of work during the restoration process was about $8,400, but the total paid on account receipts were over $15,000, so we evidently do not have all the line item work receipts. It does appear this may have included the cost of the truck as well, but it is hard to tell. The old guy that had the work done had hardly driven the truck with low miles since the work was done according to his relative from whom we purchased the truck.
No pics provided.
“51 Willys, 372 Chevy striker, Dana lockers front and rear, 16 forward gears, new paint, carpet,new clutch and pressure plate, be cool aluminum radiator. Needs tired and brake job. Motor out of vehicle. ”
“1957 willys jeep pickup/tow truck
Runs and moves good solid truck with working pto winch and plow with left and right many extra parts floor pans solid great for restore or rat rod”
Has a number of mods.
“1965 JEEP WILLY hot rod short box p/u
TCI built 350 with shift kit,
411 gears Rockwell posi,
old school wheels,
long tube headers,
3 ” exhaust flow masters,
sun super tach,
southern comfort a/c
trades possible- no Junk (looking for TA, firebird or chevelle)
SERIOUS ONLY NO TIRE KICKERS”
Might be a good price. Has some updates.
“1960 Willys truck. 3 ton. In 2015 had front disc brakes upgraded and fuel system upgrade. Comes with tool box and spare parts. Used to drive back and forth to work in town. 1940-2003 All Jeep. 1945 Post WW2 transfer case. 1975 Straight 6 AMC motor. 2003 Poly Fuel Cell. Bed is 1/4 inch steel flatbed. Can mount a 5th wheel to heavy bed. This Willys was previously used in parades and as an advertising show truck.”
Might make a good project. Has an updated drivetrain.
“I have way to May projects, I have a 1962 Willys pickup truck with an electric over hydraulic dump bed, with a fresh 350 short block and a 350 turbo automatic transmission. It news wipers and tail lights and someone who wants to finish what I started. I would like $4,000.00 OBO”
Craig spotted this nice looking truck.
“1961 Willys Truck, good condition, 4WD, original straight 6 (226). Truck Runs good, almost all original – 44K original miles. New Radiator, seals front and rear differencials, generator and starter have been rebuilt. Need to sell $9000 OBO Call or text for more information”
Looks like a nice truck.
“1951 Willy’s pickup. Older semi restoration. Body, engine, brakes,electrical,shocks all redone or replaced. Chassis was cleaned and suspension gone through. Nice driver for shows and whatever. Run and drives well.”
One runs and one doesn’t.
“56 Willys Jeep Truck 4×4
Straight six runs good
Also have a 1957 Willys Jeep Parts truck
no motor or trans $500”
Craig spotted this one.
“1953 Willys truck. Runs, drives and stops. Small block chevy runs great. Needs some wiring work. Has overdrive and goes down the road good.”
Needs tail lights wired at the very least.
“This is for a 1952 Willys 4wd pickup with a rebuilt 302 Ford V-8 engine. Needs rear taillights wired up, and exhaust installed.(parts are all there) Has Willys 16 inch tires and wheels. Also has good front fenders that go with it. On the road now and will do 60 MPH as is, but will do 75 to 80 if an overdrive is installed and still crawl off road. Only $3500.00 cash!”
I thought the color scheme was interesting.
Updated price reduced! Up for sale after 15 years of ownership is my Willys Jeep Truck. This truck has been a labor of love… but i just dont use it as much as one should.. Here a brief description of it…
1.)Motor is a flat head 266 Hurricane inline 6 cylinder. It will need a water pump I’m ordering one so i can have it installed. (From a 57 willys wagon.)
2.) Trannys a 3 speed on the flooor with a 2 speed transfer case.. T90 and spicer 18 T case.
3.) 4 wheel drive with lock outs.. (see pic’s.)
4.) Body: is all metal very solid. Very little body filler!
5.) 5 military non-directional tires with tubes and black powder coated rims..
6.)original axles.. the rear is a timkin 53 split housing.. the front is a dana25 with closed knuckles outers..
7.) Converted to a 12 volt charging system.. Trade or barter?
Please feel free to contact me with any question.. e-mail preferred”
Dan spotted this project.
“***MAKE AN OFFER***Up for sale 1954 Willys flat bed truck under construction. Current condition the truck has Dana 44’s under it with high steer kit, new power steering, new power brakes, new hydraulic clutch setup, all new brake lines, new Trxus 35” tires on smoothy rims, running inline 6, t-90 3 speed, dana 18 transfer case and more. Comes with; 2-SM465 4 speeds with super low compound gear, original dana 30(?) front & HD timken rear both with 538 gearing, new cab for parts or to replace the existing cab that has a rusted roof, extra fenders and grill and more. New cab has some issues like rusted floors and lower right cowl. I have the patch panels to fix all rusted areas of new cab.
This truck has the right stance macho without being ridiculously high. The flatbed is bad ass looking.
I have a lot into this truck and I am realistic knowing I will take a loss but please for the sake of fellow jeep and 4x4er’s keep you offer reasonable. Believe me if you buy this truck you will be far ahead of the game than I. I’m just am tapped out of cash and can’t afford to finish it. I marked this as missing title but did a dmv search and no record was found which means all you have to do is apply for a new title. Truck does have a legible vin plate.