Lots of updates.
“For sale 1962 willys rat rod. this is a true ratrod. has a 327 rebuilt with brand new heads. motor runs great. has a weiand high rise and edelbrock carburetor. HEI distributor. Zoomies. Custom clam shell silver bucket seats. mickey Thompson valve covers. turbo 350 trans. 32 inch lokar shifter. dana 50 rear end. Aluminum radiator with electric fan. 1953 ford spoke wheels on bias ply tires. rear end has been notched. So Cal speed shop model A front end drop axle. Disk brakes in the front and drum brakes in the rear. Frame and bed has been shortened. New spun aluminum gas tank. new fuel and brake lines. only thing original from the truck is the body and partial frame. Titled and registered. Pink in hand. $7000 OBO contact me for more info. ”
UPDATE: Still Available.
(12/28/2016) 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
Seller is handling sale for deceased friend’s wife.
“51 WILLYS PICKUP TRUCK WITH A STUDEBAKER V8 IT WAS LAST DRIVEN 1986 AN HAS SAT IN GARAGE FOR MANY YEARS , HOOKED UP GAS CAN TO PUMP ADDED BATTERY IT STARTED UP AND RUNS, BRAKES INOP, CLUCTH OUT OR STUCK? HAS ELECTRIC WINCH ON FRONT,HAS RUST BUT DEFINATELY A SURVIVOR WORTH FIXING FOR THE RIGHT PERSON 4000.OO BEST OFFER selling for my deceased friends wife, it was his dads call me an I will tell you as much as I know, it is located in mineral WA not too far from Eatonville. Please come look at it before making offer ”
Looks like the bed has been replaced with diamond plate.
“1956 Willys Pickup. 350 Motor. Fun truck and perfect project to get finished up and driving. I bought the truck with the intent for a project and a recent job change keeps more of my time than I’d imagined it would. The truck will start but it needs the transmission and brakes need to be hooked up in order to be driven. $5,500 O.B.O. You don’t see a lot of these trucks now a days and this would be the perfect project. Clean title in my name. ”
Could be a good price.
“I have 2 willy’s pickups for sale. The 1952 has engine and transmission, starter just rebuilt and new battery. The 1949 has just the body and parts of an engine. These are in good condition. Buyer must buy both. There also is a cab of another willy’s pickup and other parts. All goes for $2500 firm.”
Steve forwarded this rare find with a PTO driven drilling unit.
“1951 Willy’s Pickup 4wd Project Vehicle. It was used to drill holes for blasting. It is 4WD. It has a PTO that could be used for some other purpose like running a winch. It needs a distributor cap, plug wires, a coil and a battery. It has a straight 4 engine. The tires are not in good shape but would probably hold air long enough to get it on a trailer.
I am not willing to part it out or let you work on it for a few days to see if you can get it running.”
There’s $100 of value here.
“60s Willys Jeep have some good parts some trim pieces dashboard pieces and a very good roof. Pretty decent doors
Make any offer need gone asap going to the scrap yard next Friday
Also have a 32′ flat head Ford”
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $2700.
Dan spotted this possible gem.
“Running, current registration, 250 cu in Chevrolet 6 motor. Original 3 speed trans and drive train. Locking hubs. 6:50 X 16 MS front tires in good condition, rear MS tires are new (not shown in photos). Need to be restored, far from perfect condition. The motor is old, but runs smooth and quiet. This is a cash sale and I have a clean title. This is a fair price and a firm one. ”
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $5000.
Needs some work.
37,5000 original miles
3-speed manual transmission
Factory-installed power winch
6 cylinder “Super Hurricane” engine
Runs and drives good
Seats are rough
NOT a military vehicle
Spare parts included
Clutch needs work
$5000.00 OBO (cash only)”
Runs and drives.
“54′ jeep truck. 22k original miles 4 cylinder. Manuel trans.4×4. Looking to trade for an M151 a1-2 mutt jeep or sell for 8k firm. It was an idaho state ground vehicle. runs great. Ready to go. ”
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $6500.
“48 Willy’s flat bed truck it has a 68 Chev 350 with a 4spd no power steering no power brakes but a fun little ride everything works Horn’s yes 2 of them heater wipers radio only thing needed is speedometer cable.”
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $2700.
Craig spotted this old truck with some great lettering on it.
“Restorable Classic. Is not presently running but turns over. No title.”
Runs and drives, but needs work.
“Selling my 1950 Willys Jeep Truck in 3 condition out of 6 based on Old Car Prices Guide. It was painted last year but not by a professional. The gas, temp. Batt. Gauges work. It had a new metal gas tank and new fuel pump. It runs and drives and stops. Not bad for a 50s jeep. Tires are average. 2 wheel drive only about 7000 were made
It comes with a complete 4 wheel drive front end and extra rear end.”
Mark listed this over at Sellajeep.
“6 cylinder, 4×4, mechanically 100% restored. Cosmetically it needs glass and seat upholstery.”
Seller would like to sell this soon.
“For Sale 1950 1/2 Willys Pickup truck frame in pretty good condition isn’t perfect but I need to get it out of here in the next few weeks and I’d rather not scrap it. Rear bumper thing is a little bent and it has been patched professionally behind the cab which is smooth transition between new metal and old, so once it’s painted you’ll never be able to tell, also other plates where fabricated. Deserves to live another day. It’s all ready for drive train since everything’s pulled.
Comes with front and rear axles. Which I believe are 6.17s but no guarantees on that. Rear axle is clam shell style and bolt have seen better days so keep that in mind.
12 leaf Springs in the rear and 9 up front. The front springs are ready to go and need no altering. The rear Springs on the passenger side the bottom like 4 are shot. So I’d just pull those and have a spring shop make 1 bottom leaf to replace those 4, make it ride better.
Brakes will need to be done I’m sure. If someone would rather I can sell without the axles.
I also have a 4.3l V6 TBI chevy engine, th400 Auto transmission, and np208 (passenger drop will work in this set up nicely ) which is also for sale and I could include this or just certain parts.”
Glenn spotted this truck with a modern chassis.
“1955 Willys Jeep off frame restoration. All GMC running gear, power steering, power brakes, fuel injected 4.3 v6 engine. Runs excellent.”
“Custom 1948 jeep truck for sale or trade.
Many new parts, I have all receipts. Text for details.
Strong Engine and Transmission, good tires. Fun truck.”
Craig spotted this one. Might have some value, especially if it has dually adapters.
“Here’s something you won’t see everyday – a 1951 Willys pickup that has (we think) a 1948 Chevy dually diff with a pto powered dump bed powered by a ’50s Ford Flathead V8 engine. What a Frankenstein. We actually spent a lot of time rebuilding the carb and distributor and getting it all set up. Ran like a champ for about a minute until a valve stuck. Heads are currently off, but machined and ready to reinstall. To make it easier we got another ’50’s Ford Flathead that turns freely and ought to run that goes with it as a spare.
It’s as unusual as they get. Body is fair. This could be a great yard truck with very little work.”
UPDATE: Still Available.
(10/04/2015) Real nice truck.
“48willys pickup .not original. 2 wheel drive. Turbo350auto. 383 stroker engine.373 ten bolt rear. Cloth int. 66,000 miles on truck..4 k on drivetrain”
Might make a good restoration or as is truck.
“1948 willys pickup with power train winch everything original except gass tank runs and drives”
The cab has some great old art.
“Rat rod 1951 willys project. 1987 dodge d50 chassis body is aitting on frame, not bolted down. This is a project no i will not part it out. $1,500 firm.”
UPDATE: Still Available.
(02/20/2016) This truck has an unusual front bumper.
“1950 Willy pickup truck on a 1991 ford ranger frame. Power steering, power disc brakes, automatic, Ac, V6-3.0 motor all in good shape. Drive and stops good.
I will trade for a 1966 ford mustang in good shape no junk please. ”
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $9000
“cool truck everthing I can think of on this truck has less then one thousand miles on it. Its powerd by a 302 ford crate motor and has dana 60 rear end possi for wheel disk brakes and lots more”
Here’s another modified wagon in the ‘tender” style.
“1957 has been converted to a truck. No 4×4 hooked up right now. Has a Chevy 350 and a Chevy 4 speed transmission. Runs and drives needs some work to drive regularly.”
Has some updates.
“My phone does not accept texts or pictures.
This is a 1949 Willys Jeep 4X4 P.U.; clear title; 235 in-line 6 cyl. Chevy engine; 3 -speed floor shift, manual transmission; High-Low 4X4; good interior, only one cracked glass (rear); signal lights; 12 volt system; no rust or body damage. Currently running on electric fuel pump; 15″ tires and wheels. Also, I have all 5 of the original 16″ wheels with tires. Runs very good. The steering sector is worn and needs replacing. ( I have the replacement part, but have not put it on because most guys like to change over to P.S.)
Will consider trading for equal value on a Classic vehicle, late model P. U. or S.U.V., or worthy farm tractor, wheel lift or car hauler wrecker.
$8000 cash. Or, if you have a worthy trade, send pics of “whatcha got”. If I am interested, I will reply quickly. No motor cycles, 4 wheelers, boats, or “low ball” offers. Just checking to see if there is something out there that I like better. Thanks for reading.”