No pics provided.
“1948 WILLYS JEEP FOR SALE
UPDATE: Was $3800. **SOLD**
“I have a 1948 willies jeep on a 1980s bronco frame I’m looking to trade it for a 90s chevy front end is locked 4×4 works great carb was just rebuilt motor runs great has a manifold leak my truck broke down and I need a different vehicle for right now or cash to fix”
Unclear if it runs or not.
“This truck is clean inside and out it is a great father son project restoration”
Has lots of updates.
“This Jeep had 46,000 original miles when I purchased it. Currently it has 64,000 as I have been using it for my HVAC service vehicle.
This Willy’s has a 400 HP-350 Chevy roller motor; Chevrolet power train; 350 Turbo Automatic Transmission; Power brakes; setting on a set of 35 Red Letter General tires and also comes with a 12,000 lb. Hydraulic Wench.
Interior comes with leather and electric seats; AM/FM CD/DVD player; 400 watt amp along with Bose Speakers.”
It might be a nice truck, but if it would show much nicer without the stuff on the passenger floor.
“Complete original restoration.
Everything new or rebuilt.
4 wheel drive
17k or best offer
Please email me”
Has no title. Engine runs.
“This is a 54 willy jeep with a straight 6 runs good new gas tank. The glass is good, has the split front window. hydraulic plow with fixed manual tilt. Tire chain. no title, I have a carter w-1 to rebuild for the truck too.”
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $1500.
Looks pretty good for having say for so long.
“1948 Willys two wheel drive pick-up. Pictures show where I picked it up a couple years ago after it had been found sitting for 30 years. I purchased it from the estate of the original owner. We have cleaned it up a bit, and removed some of the small parts anticipating that we would restore it, but we have changed minds and are going a different direction. Original engine is in it….we have not tried to fire it up. Body is in pretty good shape. This will be really nice when fixed up, or easily converted to four wheel drive. More pictures available upon request. Asking $1500 OBO. Open to offers, and may even consider some trades….no junk though.”
UPDATE: Price dropped to $16,000.
“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”
Guitar player sold separately.
“It’s time to pass along one of my favorite trucks to a new owner. I worked on this vehicle with, and eventually purchased it from, the prior owner about a decade ago. The truck is in near show condition. Custom detail inside and out. The interior is amazing. Custom and stunning. This is a show stopper. The only major problem with it, is people want to stop & talk about her every time you park
It’s time to pass it along to someone who can take it around and show it off. It deserves to be out on the show circuit. Please email me to schedule an appointment to view the vehicle. Only interested parties apply.
Images from a recent photo shoot for a brand catalog.”
UPDATE: Price dropped to $10,000.
Nice looking truck. Have we seen this one already? Seems familiar.
“Mechanically perfect, currently registered, clean title, invested way over selling price. This is a 5 speed – 6 cylinder rebuilt Buick motor, motor quiet as a mouse. This Willys is on a Toyota 4×4 frame so it rides much smoother than an old Willys. New full bench seat that reclines and moves forward/backward. Power steering, all gauges work, all electrical works: tail lights, head lights, brake lights, interior lights, blinkers. CHP approved. Everything has been done: front end, rear end, transfer case, transmission, brakes…..no leaks. It is all about gearing, this car will go 70 mph, great on gas. Tires good. Just painted. Well worth it!”
This has potential. It looks to have a service station front bumper.
“1951 Willys truck. Last ran about 3 years ago. Pretty good shape. $1800 or best offer.”
This oddball is back on Craigslist.
“this costume 52 willys has a lot of work done to it rebuilt 327 chevy 300hp 328fbl torc dino test edlebrock 4 barrel carb and intake bell housing to 79 toy. landcruser trans , transfer case and axels new hydro clutch ,flywheel new disc brake conversion new leaf springs all spring over conversion new pain less wiring harness off frame restoration all new floorin primer needs to be finished radiator gas tank exhaust some wiring hook up brake lines paint”
UPDATE: Was $2600. **SOLD**
Needs a motor. It’s got great faded paint.
“1950 willys w/extra parts good shape nice patina $2600 have sbc to go”
A rare Willys Cargo-Personnel Carrier is about to undergo a restoration by the Ione Parlor of the Native Sons of the Golden West. This one is in pretty rough shape and sports the 6-226 Hurricane Motor. However, the running gear had already been gone through.
Information and specs beyond the brochure are difficult to find. Even good photos of them are rare. If anyone has any additional information on these, email Robert at email@example.com.
Below are some pics of the jeep:
UPDATE: No Price listed. Was $29,500.
(09/02/2014) Nice truck.
“ONE OF THE BADDEST FOUR WHEEL DRIVE VEHICLES EVER PUT TOGETHER !!!…..A REAL HEAD TURNER !!!…CAME FROM CALIFORNIA BUT TITLED HERE IN ILLINOIS….HAVE THE COOL CALIFORNIA PLATES…..OAK BED…..6 INCH LIFT….. MILES ON GROUND UP REBUILD……VERY RARE……THIS IS ONLY ONE OF THREE LIKE IT IN THE WHOLE COUNTRY !!! BASICALLY A BRAND NEW TRUCK THAT WILL CONTINUE TO APPRECIATE IN VALUE……”
UPDATE: Still Available.
“1951 Willy’s Pickup mounted on 1974 K-5 Blazer chassis. 383 Stroker; new 30″ tires;
Auto trans; new gas tank, gauges, side steps, exhaust pipe/ mufflers, floor shifter.”
UPDATE: Was $8250. **SOLD*
“This is not a show vehicle but a solid reliable daily driver. I have had the truck for about 13 years. It was originally licensed in Colorado and when I purchased it in Cincinnati it was in original condition but not drivable. It had been repowered probably in the late 60s early 70s with a 1956 Ford Y-block V-8, a not uncommon repower choice in those days. I changed the distributor, plugs and oil and have driven it about 20,000 miles since.
The drive train is original: Dana front/rear axels (front lockout hubs)
T-90 trans/T-18 transfer case rebuilt
Overdrive Warn aftermarket rebuilt
The electrical system is 12v, alternator with new wiring. Paint and Rhino liner new in 2003″
“For Sale $58,500.00
1962 Willy’s Pick-up, Creamsicle Orange and Pepper White Paint
Powder coated and Boxed Frame.
810 miles on 5.3 liter 2007 Flex Fuel 1500 Sub Chev
4L 60 Transmission from 07 Yukon, Twin Stick 300 Transfer case, 4.1 Low Gear Kit
Dakota Digital Dash with Hour Meter
16″ Chrome Nostalgia Lokar Shifter
3/4 Ton Running gear, Dana 44 Dana 60
Power Detroit Lock in Front, Detroit locker in back with 373 Gears Housing cut down
4 wheel disc brakes
Late model springs Jeep YJ Five Leaf in Front , YJ4″ Front rock ready
84 Toyota FJ 60 Power Steering Box
305 75/R6 Pro Comp Tires on 10″ Steel Wheels
UPDATE: Still Available.
(01/24/2015) I think this runs.
“80% of the renovation work has been done on this beautiful truck!
– Engine rebuilt in 2014
– 2.2L 134 cubic inch L4
– New breaks
– New gas tank
– New fuel line
– Beautifully crafted wooden truck bed has been added
– Front drive shaft”
UPDATE: Was $4000. **SOLD**
Runs and drives (around the yard). Still, appear pretty solid.
“Professionally rebuilt 226 Hurricane engine with approximately 50 miles put on it. New brakes. Four wheel drive. Tired of seeing it parked. It needs a new home, one that can give it the loving care it needs. Driven weekly around the yard. The grand kids love it. Well worth the price. $4000 OBO
‘NO TITLE’. (Had to put for parts only in the title status box to be able to post).”
It has some very slight light green(?) pin striping.
“Original Hurricane motor, 4 wheel drive with original Warn hubs, overdrive.
Body in good shape with minimal rust. Original service manual.
Runs well! Approximately 70K miles
Rare to find in this good of condition! Would work well as daily driver!”
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $3500.
I find the black truck interesting. It reminds me of a few other ‘Tender’ trucks I’ve seen around. I have one brochure from Israel that identifies them as a model type at some point.
“$3500. for both, They both run. I have 1 title and 1 number plate. “55” Wagon is original. “47” Truck has a 5.0 out of “91” Lincoln, Frame is “91” Ford F-150.”
No pics provided.
“… Buick v 8
4 speed overdrive
two for the price of one! One for parts.
downsizing ranch. All must go
Health forces sale
Best cash offers considered!!!
Call / text today.”
It’s a shortened truck project. That looks like a fiberglass drag jeep body in the foreground.
“53 willys pickup on Cherokee chassis,360 AMC v8, turbo 400 ,208 t/c,dana 44 front ,disk brakes, aluminum radiator,corprate 20 rear. shortened bed. needs finishing good project. $4500.00″