UPDATE: **SOLD** Was Make Offer.
“For sale or trade is a 1948 Jeep Willys Pickup Truck. This truck is about 90% original with 28000 original miles. This truck runs and drives great it has the original flat 4 cylinder motor the frame is in great condition rust free and solid. The truck has a brand new battery a rebuilt starter a rebuilt generator a fresh tune up with new plugs and points within the last six months. Im looking at trading this truck for a Jeep Wrangler or I would consider selling the truck or partial trade for a jeep wrangler. Im not looking for a project I want something nice this truck is a great truck im not in a hurry to get rid of it so please dont waste my time or yours if your not seriously interested I will consider other trade offers and all cash offers thanks”
No pics provided.
“For Sale 1947 Jeep Willys. Complete vehicle. Needs some work. Serious inquiries only please.”
Could use better paint, but looks nice inside.
“I have a 1949 Willys pickup that I want to sell . Mechanically it is in good condition. I have done a lot of body work with a paint job about 6 years ago. The interior has been redone. There is still more to do. (Never ending). The vehicle is original, no modifications. Has a flat head 4, 3 on the colum, four wheel drive. Will need tires and maybe some glass. Asking $3,500.00 . Serious inquires only.”
It’s a mud ruck.
“Mud Truck, 69 427 turbo 400 1-ton rears 46″ tires hydro steering
$7500.00/obo trades considered”
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $15,000
(11/11/2015) Dan spotted this nice looking truck.
“This 1961 Willys L6-226 Pickup has lived its entire life in Northern California. It has just finishing a restoration started in 2013.
The truck has had every system gone through, after being disassembled to a bare frame, blasted, and its chassis painted. The frame is free of bends, cracks, and rot, as it lead a life of mild use in a dry climate, and sits on 4 new Willys America/ Betts Spring, San Leandro, Ca. made leaf springs. It’s brake system has all new pads, springs, fully replaced brake lines, both rubber and steel, and new cylinders. It rides on original Jeep 16 inch truck rims that have been powder coated in factory Glacier White, and wrapped with brand new 750-16 Hercules HDT biased ply traction tires. The spare is used, but its the same brand and tread. Continue reading
UPDATE: Still Available. Seller also has this nice looking truck for sale, but it does have a dent and upgraded engine.
(08/21/2015) Not a great paint job, but it appears solid otherwise.
“1958 Willys Jeep Truck – Clean title
The drive train has been maintained as a daily driver for the past 3 years. It is licensed and inspected.
This has NOT been re-powered. It is all original and easy to get parts for.”
UPDATE: Price dropped to $8200
(12/19/2015) Looks nice.
“very rare and unusual hotrod/restomod
1946 willys pickup built on a 1990 chevy shortbed frame
chevy 350 from a low mileage 1979 corvette
350 turbo trans
power steering conversion
power disc brakes in front
rear wheel drive
dana 10 bolt posi rear
front coil over suspension
electric aux fan
just added heat and done all trans and engine gaskets
all gauges and lights work.
registered and inspected in state on new hampshire until this past sunday.
turn key drive anywhere hotrod as is
Still some work left on this one.
“I have a 1955 Willys pickup with the 226 six cylinder that I’m getting close to completing and will be selling it. I striped the truck down to the frame and cleaned up all the dirt and grim and painted frame and undercarriage. The motor was completely overhauled all new parts from top to bottom. The rebuild was completed by Forbes Rebuilders in Ft Worth. I have converted the electrical to 12 volts and all wiring has been replaced. The master cylinder, all wheel cylinders and break shoes are new and work well. I have installed a new fuel tank, fuel pump, water pump, radiator and clutch linkage and had the starter and carburetor rebuilt. All the door and window rubber has been replaced. I have the seat replaced with a 2007 Durango 3rd roll seat. The door panels and head liner need restored or replaced. The truck is painted white plan on repainting it when I have everything finished. If you are looking for daiiy driver this is not the truck for you. It’s great for 4 wheeling or exploring the deer lease. The truck is tagged and I have title in hand.
If you do your homework and check the cost of restoring one of these old trucks you will find it is a costly project. Let me know if you have any interest. Truck is in Keller Tx.”
Has a plow and dump bed. I assume it runs, too?
“57 Willy’s jeep truck dump box with plow $ 2800 or best offer”
It doesn’t run or start, but it’s old life as a government vehicle gives it some nice nostalgia. It does appear to have the gov plate on the passenger side dash.
“For sale is my 1955 Willys 4wd 1-ton pickup. This truck is a former US Government fleet vehicle for the Department of the Interior Bureau of Reclamation (water) in Washington State, and still bears the hand painted badging on the doors and numbering on the cab. I love Jeeps and Willys of all types, and the patina on this truck was my main reason for buying it. At this point I realize that I have too many things going and won’t be able to take on this project. My loss, someone else’s opportunity. Overall the truck is very solid and complete. Fenders and hood are mocked up for some pictures, but are not attached. They AND an extra set of front fenders will be secured in the bed for shipping. The rust on this 60yr old truck is mostly superficial, and the cab is in better shape than any survivor I’ve seen. This truck does not run. The engine was replaced at some point with an inline Chevrolet 6 cylinder which is cracked; junk. A future diesel platform for you? Other than that, the drivetrain appears to be stock but in need of complete refresh along with everything else as it has been sitting for some time; the 1963 Washington plate on the front has a most recent tab of 1974. At some point, someone started in with a can of sky blue paint on part of the truck, but didn’t get far; it can be removed. Rare to find authentic patina like this anymore, and my thought is that the buyer is likely to save a lot of money on bodywork and paint on this vehicle; just clean it up and clearcoat it. I can arrange viewing for serious buyers and I’ll be happy to help load for transport. Please”
Plenty has been done, but lots left. Runs and drives.
“Truck that I have spent 2 yrs updpdating the drive train. Its totally roadworthy. Only 20 miles on motor Chevy 350 with Comp RV cam with TH 350 tranny and NP 205 Transfer case all newly rebuilt. Dana 44 up front Ford 9 in in the rear. Front has new tie rods rotors bearings and hubs and outer stub axles as well as new brake pads Rear has all new brake shoes all the bearing were checked but didnt need replacing. All new power brakes and power steering. New Red Head steering gear and Borgeson steering shaft. Seats are out of 07 Tacoma. New Skyjacker shocks and a new plastic 15 gallon gastank and all of the lines. New Painless wiring. I built this to take some abuse. Still needs speedo and seat belts and wiper motor. Pedals are all 70s chevy. Chevy tilt steering wheel also. Floor did have rusted out areas that i replaced and I bedlinered the floor. There are some rust spots on driver door and bed area. Drivers door does need some work but passenger is good to go. Has 12k of new parts Price is OBO Cash only. Open to trades”
“Montana truck frame off restoration – 2300 Ford Engine – Original drive train except for rear end – Original 4 wheel drive except for rear end – New custom built bed, tail gate and bumpers – Air conditioned – Power steering – Tilt wheel – Radio – Jet coated headers with stainless steel pipes and muffler – Less than 2,000 miles since rebuild – Polished aluminum checker plate on inside doors and sun visors – New glass and rubber bucket seats – Custom dash with new gages and new wiring harness throughout – Electric wipers.”
Has an updated engine. The body has potential.
“This is a 1949 Willy’s Pickup. The body is in good shape for the year. There is a chev V8 motor in it. I was told when I bought it that it run. I have to many project so this must go. Asking $1500.00 for it, but will consider any reasonable offer. There is a clear title for it. This is a project jeep. ”
“1962 Willys Jeep converted to flatbed comes with a plow, has a manual 3 speed, 4 cyl, and 4WD, all original. Running condition. This Jeep belongs to an organization,”
It’s setup for hunting.
“For sale is 1961 jeep willy. Runs and drives good. Flat head six cylinder. $3400 or best offer. Gets looks everywhere from hunting camp to around town. Trades considered”
Never seen this combo before!
“I am just testing the waters to see whats out there. I have a late 40’s early 50’s Willys tin wagon with a Crosley front nose. This is going to be a cool ride for someone who can finish her. The body is fairly straight but has some rust on the floors. It comes with old street signs that were going to be the floor. I have the willys hood fenders and grill. The crosley front is in great condition and would look cool either on the willys or turn it into a bad ass man cave chair currently its just sitting on the front just for reference. IM asking $800 or trade for??”
Mark listed this at jeep truck.com.
“I have my late Fathers original 1961 Jeep Willys Pickup for sale. My Father bought this brand new in 1961. Its has the Original Super Hurricane Engine, Transmission, Transfer Case with high and low range, and front axle with locking hubs, drive line and rear axle. The pictures show the condition this Jeep is in today while parked in the garage where its stored. The odometer reads 50,999 miles. The odometer cable is broken. I honestly say this Jeep doesn’t have any more than 60,000 miles on it. My Father pulled this Jeep off the road back in the late 1980s and isnt licensed to be driven on the street. While this Jeep has been sitting many years, its has many original usable parts that can greatly enhance a quality restoration. Vehicle is for sale as is. The Original Hurricane flat head 6 cyliner engine was rebulit in 1979. The Engine is in excellent condition and runs great, uses no oil. A new Clutch was also installed. Its in great condition also. My Father added the snow plow equipment right after he purchased the Jeep. Its a Meyers Unit. This Jeep still runs very well. Brakes are not working currently. I believe it needs a New Brake Cylinders, brake lines are decent. This Jeep could be used as a snow plow truck for your driveway, restoration project, or sold as a parts truck for a person restoring a Jeep like this. Many good parts. I have the original title for the Jeep also. Again its been in our family since new, one owner. Tires are very weather checked, need replacing but still hold air. Frame is rusty, my Father had it welded in the bad spots with angle iron.”
Needs brake work.
“Runs needs brake work and tender love and care”
UPDATE: Still Avaialble
(08/31/2015) Looks good.
“Engine: Chevy Small Block 400 bored 30 over, Carb is Tri-Power
Hooker Block Huggers with 2 1/2″ Collectors
2 1/2″ DynoMax Turbo Mufflers
Mileage: 300 since rebuild
Trans: 350 Turbo
4WD Posi front and back
86 Ford Frame
Has some damage from a tree limb on back bed, and gate. Garage kept except last fourth of July brought out for a BBQ left out overnight and tree branch hit it. It went right back into garage and there it stayed.
2010 – President Red (Original Color) Acrylic Enamel with Hardener
The truck was appraised at 20k before the damage by Crazy Horse Hotrods in Millville, NJ and I still have that paperwork. It was insured by American Collectors Insurance for 25k.”
Might need some engine work.
“Up for sale is a 1955 Willy’s pickup truck.
I acquired the rig in southern Idaho 2 years ago and have been working on it on and off since. This rig was previously in Colorado so it has been in dry climates most of its life. I bought it a a restoration and to use as a around town work truck but ended up getting something newer so its up for grabs.
It is tabbed and platted in Washington.
I have done a lot on this truck, last time I started it a few months ago it ran drove and stopped.
The body is really solid, its got a few dents and dings but is actually in amazing condition for its age. The bed is a 6’8″ x8′ dumping flatbed. Dump hydrolics run off of PTO, engine is early to mid 60’s gmc 283 small block v8. T18 transfer t90 tranny. It comes with a 8k lb Ramsey work winch that is currently mounted in the bed. Paint is good in some area and fading in others it might be the original paint job. All lights and signals work. This rig has a 3\4 ton payload
UPDATE: Still Available.
(11/29/2015) “1946 Willys pick-up on ’85 custom chassis
355 custom racing engine with turbo 350 tranny and 3500 stall conversion
power steering, power disk brakes, tilt steering, dakota digital guages
the list goes on and on
runs and drives great”
UPDATE: Still Available.
(11/19/2015) Looks nice.
“1951 Jeep Willy’s 1 Ton Pickup – 4 Cylinder Hurricane Engine – Complete frame off restoration done in 2007.”
Includes a PTO winch.
“Good condition everything works, 6 cylinder. Has one rust hole, rest of body good. ”
UPDATE: **Status Unknown** Was $6000
(12/01/2015) Looks solid.
“Pickup with a 350 swapped brakes all done
From the west, practically rust free
Original t90 and dana18
Trade for anything cool,
95-96 IMPALA SS
UPDATE: **Status Unknown** Was $3000
Looks like a good price. It’s way north.
“1959 Willy’s Pickup. Mopar slant six engine, power steering, factory running gear with spring over axle conversion. 37″ in tires. Not a long distance highway driver. Three speed transmission and high/ low transfer case. Basically it is a driving work in progress. Some extra parts included. Open to offers”