Looks like a good truck.
“47 Willy’s truck was owned by my friends father who purchased it new. This is a complete willy’s. It has been repainted to protect it from corrosion other that it is the same truck that drove out of the mnts. Runs like a top. Must see. 131,200 miles Hurricane 4cyl.”
Looks like a nice truck.
“new tires, new seats, new exhaust, new intake, new 650 double pumper carb, car needs tlc. car won best in class in the boston show in 2013. please only call if interested. make offer.”
“This is a rare/hard to find willys tow truck. I was going to restore it,but just don’t have the time. The motor is a hurricane 6 cylinder flat head. It did run when I bought it. The battery is long been dead from sitting. The body is in rough shape but everything else seems to be solid. Come bye n take a look, make a offer. Any question you can call me, thanx.”
I’m not sure the truck is worth a long trip, but there’s enough old vehicle here to make a trip just for browsing worthwhile. Click here to see more cars.
“Multiple cars, trucks, parts, Dodge, Cadillac, Ford, Plymouth, Willys. Do you need just a quarter, half, or whole car? We have the parts. Take a look at the pictures and let us know what you need.”
It runs and plows.
“Truck has inline flat head 6 cylinder. Snow plow is a has new pump motor. Was used to plow driveway no longer need. Truck runs strong.”
Mike’s got this truck project for sale.
“For sale or trade, 1961/62 Willys truck on a 1991 S10 chassis and running gear. The project is about 1/2 done. Frame work is done, cab is mounted, I don’t have a box but I do have rear fenders, tailgate, an S10 truck floor and stake pockets to build a box. The running gear is all stock S10, 2.8 V6 with a 5 speed, I ran all new brake lines, new fuel lines, new tie rod ends, new front and rear brakes, new shocks on front. Cab corners are patched, I used the original S10 cab floor and firewall and fit it to the Willys cab.
Needs front and rear glass and seals, and cowl patch panels. Lots of potential for a really reliable but cool looking vintage truck. All the mechanical stuff you can get from NAPA.
I would be open to trading for a vintage VW Beetle, project or running.”
Looks like a good build.
“1961 jeep Willys pick up on a 1991 S-10 frame , fresh 350 chev with tunnel ram and 2 four barrel carbs, msd ignition way to many new parts to list $9,500″
Unclear if either runs.
“Looking to sell my willys projects. Both are all original and complete. “
Some pics show the truck with rear fenders, some do not. One shows the radiator out. I’m not sure if this is running or is a project.
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UPDATE: Price dropped to $11,500
(04/04/2014) Looks like a sharp truck.
“1950 WILLYS PICK-UP, 1TON RATED , 1/2 OF THE LEAFS HAVE BEEN REMOVED TO SOFTEN THE RIDE BUT CAN BE ADDED BACK, DANA REAR FRONT AND BACK, DANA TRANSFER, OPTIONAL 4 SPEED- 1ST IS GRANNY GEAR, 350 CHEVY ENGINE ADAPTED TO ORIGINAL RUNNING GEAR, NEW BRAKES, WIRING, TIRES, FUEL AND BRAKE LINES. ALL GAUGES , LIGHTS, WIPERS, HORN WORK AS THEY SHOULD. DRIVES GREAT AND TRANSFER CASE, TRANSMISSION, LOCK OUT ALL WORK AS THEY SHOULD.”
Another 1948 Package Delivery Van, except this is the California Body version. Compare it to Jesse’s version.
“Will sell all of my Jeeps for the low price of $10,000 (Firm) which takes into consideration that there are issues, minor to major with all 3. Do Not let this scare you off. This is a screaming Deal for what I have and definitely warrants the expenditure of some time to come and look if you are a serious Jeep buyer! 1. 1947 CJ2 2. 1951 Jeep pickup 3. 1948 Willys Overland Parcel Delivery (PD) Quite Rare! First two run and the PD was driven from San Francisco to Paynes Creek 18 years ago and has not been started since. It has the 4 cylinder flathead engine and the other two are F Heads. The 1947 has an F head that is a transplant out of a 1953 jeep station wagon. I will entertain the idea of parceling them out. I do not answer TEXT messages, If you wish to communicate with me you must respond to the Craig’s List email platform with your phone number and your first name and I will get back to you shortly. I can provide more pictures by request.”
Ready for the road.
“1956 willies truck.
this was a two year project,and everything was either replaced with new parts,or rebuilt with new parts.numbers matching motor,transmissio,front & rear ends.super hurricane straight six.new tires,new paint,new interior.converted to 12 volt system.everything in on and under is like new.runs-drives.true California truck with 53000 true miles.”
Runs and drives.
“Running 1956 Willys jeep truck.
4×4 with warn locking hubs
Flat 6 cylinder
Actual mileage as shown
Drove it today
New drum brakes
4×2 manual trans
This is a rat rodders dream truck.”
Jerk from Sweden shared this strange ad that was posted to Sweden’s version of Craiglist, Blocket. Pay particular attention to the background photobomb in the fourth photo. Jerk added that the truck is an ex firefighter truck with a swedish cabin. Chevy V8 and 700 tranny. The price in dollar is some $8-9000.
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was listed at $6750.
“Flat head Hurricane 6 cyl 265HP engine; tilt wheel, power steering, 12 volt; alternator, electric fuel pump. Bucket seats. New tires and chrome wheels. Warner hubs. New brake system. Runs great.”
UPDATE: Price dropped to $4000.
(11/26/2013) This has a unique tilt-front.
“need to sell my willy jeep, it’s my baby but I have no time nor money to continue tending it. It drives very well, very few minors problem, so if ure interested in know more, call and ask for Dan”
UPDATE: Still Available
(11/30/2013) Looks solid. Has updated motor.
“Price is firm. Starts every time, runs like a top, top speed is about 45 mph with smaller tires, with larger tires 55mph. Great truck. It gets compliments all the time. Also, geared for off road travel….legendary Willy’s! Its a driver not a showroom truck. A few minor issues I feel need to be shared: wiper motor stopped (easy fix); cracked passenger window (functions fine); some fluids seep but at such a slow rate I fill up fluids once a year (check them periodically) and they’re good for the season; speedometer doesn’t work (oil pressure, amp, and temp gauges work) and the original main instrument cluster is in tact but not working…place on east coast will refurbish. It’s a solid truck that is 60 years old!”
UPDATE: **Status Unknown** Was $1400.
Needs some wiring, but sure has potential.
“It runs and drives. Brakes work but I wouldn’t trust them. Needs wired. Gas tank is rusted out. This truck needs work but it’s all there. Clean title in my name. Call me with any Questions.”
Needs some restoration, but might be worth a look. Has a push bumper, too.
“Willys truck with tow truck bed.Pro built in 1955.Collapsable boom and tow sling,Pto winch,283 Chevrolet motor,granny 3 speed trans,Saginaw steering box,4 by 4.Side bed tool boxes.Needs some restoration.Serious offers only”
Marc spotted this ad. Neither of us remember seeing the photo at the top.
“959 Jeep Willys Motors 4WD FC-150 Utility Wagon Magazine Ad Advertisement
Professional trimmed from 1959-1960 Successful Farming Magazines
Approximately 8″ X 11″ in Size”
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Here’s an unusual truck.
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“One of the biggest attention getters you will find,….custom built frame,all heavy wall.Rear susp. adj. coilover w/ adj. 4 link.,drum brakes on a GM 6 lug 10 bolt w3;73 ratio…..Front; beam axle,disc. w/ friction shocks & multi-leaf stack.Drives very straight,doesn’t ride bad either! This engine stumps most everyone( except ex military)It is truly unique as engine and 5 speed trans.is a donor from a 2.5 ton personel carrier..,motor is bullit proof_literally_is designed to run on as little as 1 quart of coolant,and start in any weather condition,Being it is a Hercules Ind. military engine it will run on anything petro based…kero,,fuel oil,drain oil veg. oil,and it likes it!!
Here’s a truck updated with a diesel.
“FOR SALE. 1957 Jeep Pickup Willys. Very Clean on top underneath. All over. It has been inside stored for the last ten years. And…. It’s a diesel.!! It has a six cylinder Nissan diesel. I’m not sure what it came out of but it runs really well. It is a 4 speed standard with first gear very low compound range. The 4 wheel drives work too. Warn hubs. The bed is clean.
Looks like the Jeep driven on Mountain Men show.
Asking $6,000. Current tag. Title in our name. We have owned it for the last ten years.
It has a button for the glow plugs. I’ll investigate why it is not working. Currently you have to shoot a bit of starting fluid to get it to fire off. Runs great after that though.
It also needs tires.
Currrently it’s in the store at OKC.
410 N. Rockwell”
This good looking truck has a mercury motor upgrade.
“Very nice 1953 Willy pickup.
Mercury flathead V8″
Apparently this was an old fire department truck.
“This 1950 truck was the first Fire truck for the Linwood, Minnesota Fire Department. It Has had a lot of work done to it recently. We had it running about a year ago, so the engine is good.”
This truck includes a set of original ‘summer hubs’ from Warn.
“I just purchased 5 Willys Jeep trucks for a good price with the caveat that they be removed asap. Unfortunately, I only have room to keep one, so I’m thinning the herd, and this truck is by far the most restorable of the bunch. I would keep it but don’t want to butcher this truck with a diesel motor and 5-speed as it is so original and unmolested. Instead I’ll use one of the others that has already been modified. This 1955 truck hasn’t ran in years, and the title is lost so the purchaser will have to deal with DMV.
The odometer says 44,000 miles and based on the condition of the truck, it may be accurate. It has surface rust where the sun has burned the original Julip Green metallic paint, but has never had body work or bad rust. It does have a few minor dings. The bed is straight and rust free, and the tailgate is straight as well. The rear window is broken and the passenger side has a crack. Don’t know about the drivers widow as it is rolled down and I haven’t messed with it. It has the 226 six and appears to be complete with the exception of the air filter. The drivetrain is completely stock-it still has the original wheels and hubs. The floorboards are solid, no rust holes or gaping cuts from poorly done transmission swaps.
It still has the glass running lights and chrome bezels. In the pics some of the original gauges are missing, but I believe that I have them in a box. The original front chrome bumper is decent as well.
I’ve been watching Craigslist for the last five years since buying my 1948 Willys truck, and have seen dozens of Willys trucks come and go. They are not rare, but I’ve only seen a few that were this original and unmolested. The vast majority get beat to death hauling firewood or concrete, or worse, get turned into “extreme” 4x4s…
Update!!! There are four gauges in the dash that are not original. Fairly well done, just not original. The motor does not turn freely. I casually tried to turn it by the belt but it did not turn. If I am reading it correctly, the VIN number indicates that this truck is a 1955. This truck also has a set of vintage Warn “summer hubs” in the original “Warn” box sitting on the original bench seat. Bonus.
Price is $1500. Firm. No trades.”