Runs and drives. Just needs a new home.
“Low Milage Jeep Pickup. This Jeep Has Only 73,000 Miles as it was used on a farm in Idaho. 4 Wheel Drive With Low and High Trany With Hubs.6 Cylinder Hurricane Engine with Redone Breaks Exhaust, Tuneup Plugs and Battery.With a few dents and dings but very straight for a Farm Truck. Has been setting for a couple years but, RUNS great Call Bob”
Lots of mods.
“1948 Willis jeep new 289 engine and trans mustang ft end . Frame off very nice and rare.”
Has a few updates.
“very nice 62 willys truck.gone thru one end to the other.buick 6 cylinder 4 speed 4×4.disc brakes on ft.steering super tight.nice deep dish mags and excellent tires.new headliner and carpet.heater works great.nice stereo.lots of new parts ,alternator,brakes ,radiator,ect.runs and drives great.these are getting hard to find in this condition 11500.00 obo.”
This appears to be a nice restoration with an interesting history.
“I have a 1952 Willys Pickup with original 134-F engine and drive train. I’ve been working on the restoration for the last couple of years and is mostly completed. I have receipts for several thousand dollars in new parts. The truck was originally purchased by the Department of Agriculture for use in the Forest Service, (still has asset tags) then sold to private owner who passed it down to his son, who sold it to me in 2013.
The truck is drivable and licensed with a collector plate.
More pictures available upon request.
Serious inquires only please”
This appears to be another Tender Truck. This is one I need to go see and document.
“Willys pickup and wagon for parts. No title for either one. Make offer.”
UPDATE: Still Available.
(06/22/2015) Nice looking resto-mod.
“This is my baby that I restored.
350 V8 Engine with a 3 speed standard trans
hi lo range
free wheeling front hubs
new complete interior
new tires and chrome wheels
new turbo duel exhaust
complete fresh paint inside and out”
Looks like a nice truck.
“1951 Willys Jeep Truck
732 miles on restoration
Straight 4cyl. runs strong Green Exterior
Manual Transmission Grey Interior
Turn signals, radio, bed liner,12 volt, cd player, 4 wheel drive, no rust, a real find in this condition!”
This has an interesting rear. For some reason it has the PTO bar in back?
“My dad’s 53 Willy 4X4 , straight six “Super Hurricane” 4 speed manual, hi lo transfercase. It does run but needs brake work and a few odds and ends tiddy-ed up. It has a winch mount in front and in the bed of the truck; along with a gin pole setup. We rebuilt this many years ago from the radiator to the tailpipe and used to take it to Colorado to use on trails or general running around while camping. It has a few modifications for the trails but for the most part it is stock.
Make me an offer”
I wish there was a better over all pic of this.
“1962 Willy’s Truck. Current registration and tags. On non-op. Daily Driver. Has a 350 Engine with a 4 wheel drive. Runs great. Never need to smog. Please call, if I don’t answer, leave a message. ”
This might make a good project.
“We have had a Willy’s pickup sitting in our yard for the past 13 years. For the most part we have had it covered and have not done anything with it. It’s a 47 Willy’s pickup with utility box, 327 Chevy engine. No title. This would be an awesome project vehicle for someone! We moved to town and won’t have room for it anymore. Asking $1500.”
Seems like a nice price on a solid truck.
“All original with factory “Super Hurricane” flat 6 engine that runs strong. This is a true classic and is a joy to drive!”
It could use some paint.
“1963 Jeep Willys Dump Truck
6 Cyl Tornado Engine
Manual – 4 Wheel Drive
Hydraulic Dump Body
1-1/4 Ton – 6000 lb GVW
Registered and Inspected in MA
This is the Real Deal
Unrestored California Truck
No Rot – Farm Patina
Road Ready -Drive and Enjoy as is
or Give it the Restoration it Deserves
$7500 or Trade for Clean Reliable RV/MotorHome”
Corey has this rolling chassis for sale.
“it has the rare super hurricane motor, transfer case , front and rear differentials, frame, was told it ran a couple years ago. ”
This might be a good price.
“1953 Willy’s truck. 4.3 Chevy power. 4×4. Don’t think it was factory but looks good. Clean title and runs down the road. May trade for a Cummins. $5000. Real head turner. Have some extras that go with it too.”
Maybe an ex-Mobile Gas truck??
“1957 Willy’s Jeep Pickup, 6 cylinder, flathead, 3 speed manual transmission, high and low range 4WD, all new brake lines, wheel cylinders, and brakes, lots of new tuneup parts, plugs, wires, cap rotor, coil, and carburetor kit, all front lights work, tail lights need to be hitched up, frame is very clean and solid, runs and shifts good, new upholstered seat, was planning on restoring but to many other projects, must sell. Would be a great restoration project or drive it just the way it is! Tires hold air but are weather cracked, truck bed is also in good condition. Serious inquiries only. Cash only. May consider trade for muscle car.”
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $10,500.
Tom’s selling his nice looking truck.
“1960 Willys 4 x 4, rare 1 ton, everyday driver, runs like a top. Original drive train, super hurricane engine with 32,444 original miles. Factory 12 volt, 3 sp. trans. with Hi-Lo transfer case. Everything works, but sometimes fuel gauge bounces from E to F. Great clutch and brakes, new tires and newer battery. Has been restored 10+ years ago. Bed sides are stained and spar varnished 2 x 6’s plus wooden insert can be slid out for metal bed bottom. Steering is tight and straight, has terrific heater and electric wipers instead of vacuum.”
Seller seems to think this is the first truck ever made? Maybe he meant it’s one made during the first year?
“I have a 1947 jeep willy pickup its the first truck jeep ever made.Excellent condition,all orgonial 4×4 its orgonial 6 volt system. It was totally rebuilt some years ago. no rust at all. 12000 obo call”
Could be worth a look.
“This is a 54 Willy’s pickup. Runs and drives great. 4 cylinder. Plow, new tires, newer leaf springs and shocks. New pistons and rod barrings. Would make a great restoration or drive it how it is. Frame and body are solid! Very clean A lot of fun to drive. Olny problem is some gauges don’t work and a little slop in steering. Can still get EVERY replacement part for these trucks. Have a nice original box to go with it to and a bunch of spair parts. Considering trades for Chevy nova or Chevy Vega or hot rods or muscle cars of equal value. Not interested in mustangs. Or sell 4000. Any questions please ask.”
No pics provided.
“for sale 1955 willys pickup all original running”
There appears to be value here.
“Willy’s truck cab and frame. No title no motor.”
Looks like a dependable truck.
“Original Super Hurricane flat head 6 cyl – purrs like a kitten. Comes with additional Super Hurricane flat head 6 cyl engine. Flatbed has mahogany sides and oak bed with aluminum frame.”
This truck was listed at jeep trucks.com. This pics are small.
“This great old pickup came from near Mandan, North Dakota. Mechanically sound. Starts, runs and drives good. Original 6-cylinder Super Hurricane engine. Original transmission, original transfer case with high and low ranges. Warn front hubs. 6 volt electrical system. 16 inch radial tires. Vacuum windshield wipers does not work, pocket are rough. Rear window glass and door windows are cracked. Please see photos to determine condition. Vehicle is solid and ready to enjoy as is or to be completely restored. Owner and service manuals and parts catalog are included.”
UPDATE: Price dropped to $5500.
(08/08/2014) This good looking truck has a mercury motor upgrade.
“Very nice 1953 Willy pickup.
Mercury flathead V8″
I imagine this runs and drives.
“1956 willys truck rebuilt chevy 327 with th350 transmission. Four linked front with a single leafspring. Four linked rear with airbags. Clean california title with current registration.”
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $500.
Unclear if this is $500 a piece or total. The multi-colored truck appears to have an original push bumper.
“I am selling these 3 old Jeeps, I don’t know much about them, titles have not yet been found but maybe will be. Would prefer to sell them as parts and all three at once. Any other questions or to set up view feel free to call or email.”