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.”
UPDATE: Price dropped to $7500.
(04/23/2014) Looks like a good truck build with some updates.
“Jeep Willys Truck. Fully restored, 4×4, standard, and new windows. Clean Texas title”
It’s a project, but looks promising.
“I have this Willys truck 1950 I have had been fixing it up for a while but I’m done with it since I have another project. This project is not done it needs tuning here and there.”
This might be a good find.
“1949 Willy’s Pickup. Restored inside and out. Drives great, runs great.”
Has a 50 gallon tank!
“1949 willys overland truck. has ford 302 motor auto trans, 50 gal tank real cool truck needs headliner. Best offer or possible trade for other vehicles.”
“Restored hyd clutch / power steering power brake / new lines spray in bed liner no rust new paint powder coated frame rebuilt transmission rebuilt transfercase . Nice 20k nego or welcome trades”
Ted’s got 2 M-170 Stretchers sale. Contact him at willysted @ charter.net.
2 M-170 Stretchers $100 Each or $150 for the pair:
“I have some interesting left over military ambulance stretchers I would like to sell.They are in excellent condition and would be a great addition to someone restoring an M170 or even a m38.”
Looks like a good truck.
“Selling for my father.
A classic 1954 Willys 4 WD Jeep Pickup truck. Originally a Montana Truck. Stored winters.
Dark Green, New Interior, New Tires, just serviced.
Super Hurricane Engine
Engine rebuilt less than 500 miles ago by Magnum Superchargers of Cedar, MN.
Gas Gauge and Tachometer do not work. Clean exterior, some light rust.
Please email with questions, call if you are ready to buy. “
This looks in good shape.
“1951 Willys truck 4×4. Solid. Fresh paint, new interior, and window seals. Original flathead 4cyl. Just needs someone to finish. Also have 2 extra axles that can go with. Needs a little TLC.”
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $10,500.
“Hurricane 6 Cylinder Engine and manual transmission, with posi front and rear differentials. Runs very well, very dependable. Serious inquiries only.”
UPDATE: **SOLD** was $5500
“I have a 1947 Jeep that was restored in 1994 by Willy’s Overland Jeeps. Really Nice, NO rustStored inside – clean title.”
UPDATE: Price dropped to $5500
“1943 jeep Willys
Body is attached to 1980′s bronco frame and drive train
4×4 – 302 motor – automatic transmission – lifted
This is not a rust bucket at all…the frame as well as most of the parts have been
Painted with what I believe is a marine paint color black
Body of rig is solid paint is decent on outside it does have its character dings nothing
Crazy! Inside is paint black and not a lot going on inside its ready for personal touches..
This is an overall clean cool jeep and one of a kind.. A 70yr old man built this rig and custom made
Rear dog house that holds the radiator, fans, and gas tank..
I obtained the jeep last summer and drove it a hand full of times around town and got
Thumbs up from everyone… I have another project Willys I’m doing and would like to finish it
That’s why priced low I will entertain trades but more than likely trade value will need be higher…
Things jeep needs as of now new exhaust (it’s ugly and doughnut gasket leaking)
Fuel pump (leaked I took off to put electric pump but other projects coming first)
Door glass (only if you want it I didn’t but I do have the back glass)
Customize inside to your liking I have two bucket seats in good shape as well as a wood bench for rat look
Please text or call if questions or more pictures”
Neither has a title.
“Willy Wagon And A Willy Truck Both For 5000……No Titles”
UPDATE: Still Available
(05/10/2014) The truck looks good. It is listed as being in Laguna Beach, but it is listed in the Reno Craigslist. Maybe the owner lives in Laguna, but the truck is located in the Reno area?
“1957 Jeep Willy’s flatbed truck. Excellent condition, original straight 6 cylinder engine. 3 speed. Runs great! I have had this Jeep for over twenty years and it’s always been dependable…loved it! If you are interested, please call (not email) “
A good looking start to this project.
“Restoration started. frame , running gear complete. cab 50%. box and fenders good to excellent new tires, new glass, new seals and for glass and doors. wiring harness, new battery,
For Sale or Trade wanting mustang convertible”
4 wheel drive
Glenn spotted this good looking truck.
“Restored 1962 Willys 1 t truck. Original motor has been replaced with 3.8L- V6 Buick engine, all other drive train components are original equipment. Interior has complete re-upholstery. This is a solid body off restoration, 1500 miles since restoration, purchased 1.5 years ago and have no time to appreciate it. Has been updated with power steering and seat belts and is able to be stickered if needed. This is a nice truck for someone who has the time to appreciate and use it.
All reasonable offers considered.”
Truck looks solid. You’ll need to ship from Puerto Rico, unless you are already there.
“Classic 1957 Kaiser Willys Jeep Truck. ,6 cyl, 3.7L flat head engine in good condition, has some rust but is a very solid truck, 4×4 eng and trans in good shape. The Truck is located in puerto rico and buyer is responsible to pay for shipping. It has new brake system. “
There is some work still needing to be done, but lots already completed.
“this is a 1957 willys pick-up,,project. that needs to be finished.cab has been all done with new floors, rockers, cab corners, etc,1300 send on body work. 1000 spend on misc work.need s someone to finish. make into streetrod , ratrod or whatever..asking 4800 or BRO. money talks, want it gone.may do some trading for something that needs NO work. car,truck, motorcycle, antique auto.or 4-wheeler.”
“Srtrong Hurricane 6 cylinder engine; runs beaufifully. 12 volt electric system, all parts stock, new 2-tone paint (black on green), new cab reformation, drive line axles, gear boxes, drive shafts, and both differentials all new or rebuilt. Pick-up bed is coated with spray-on black liner. 4X4. Stored inside. No rust.”
UPDATE: Still Available.
(07/02/2014) Oh this crazy thing is great! It’s got some floating rear hubs, so very well could have a 1944 chassis.
“Rusty 60′s custom 312 engine. missing carb. not running. Parts, Restore, Yard Art, Paintball obstacle/cover.”