This has some rust.
“Completely original with the exception of the paint, seat, and bumpers. Including original wheels. Super Hurricane I-6 engine, 3 speed manual transmission. Starts and runs well, used as a daily driver as of late. 4 WD works great. New battery, belt, fuel filter. Some rust in floor boards and bed. Ready for a frame-off restore.
Price: $4,500 with possible partial trade for a good condition 72′-76′ CJ5
Please contact Todd at:
UPDATE: Did I mention these were trucks? Even though I meant trucks and thought trucks, somehow my fingers wrote wagons . . .
Ray’s got two Trucks for sale.
“Buy 1 get 1 Free!! 1962 Willys Truck, 226 running engine, needs brakes work, minimal rust. Clear title. Will throw in 1949 parts truck, no title, no engine, has running gears. $3000.00 in Thatcher, Arizona. 928-651-5603″
Walter spotted this unusual combo. With the right changes, this combo could work.
“For Sale: 1961 Willys Truck on three quarter ton Chevy chassis, four wheel drive, clear title. Runs and drives needs body work done but runs great. 350 cid Chevy engine, 400 transmission & goose neck ball in the bed as well as towing package underneath.This thing could pull the house down in 1st low gear or 2nd low gear.Will accept best offers but please be reasonable. Call J.T. 803-438-1957 8:30am / 5:30pm”
UPDATE: This is now listed at jeeptruck.com: http://www.jeeptruck.com/bd/sale/adb315/adb315.html
It looks like these are getting swallowed by the bushes.
“1955 Willys Jeep Pickups – Two of 168 produced, Hurricane Flat Head 6 motors. Ideal restoration project. Sold as a pair only.
Cash or Certified Check, no delivery.”
These appear to have some good parts.
“We have (2) 1950s JEEP Willys 4×4 Trucks for sale. One is a pickup and the other a wagon. Both appear to have the original Super Hurricane I6 engines and drivetrain along with most of the chrome and trim. There is surface rust and some rot on both, but they appear solid.”
Dan spotted this one. It might be of value to someone.
“I’m scrapping my Willys truck project and would hate to see all that go to the scrap yard. If you need any of it please let me know and I’ll give you a good deal. Hurry though because it will be going to the scrap yard soon. All of this glass is in great condition but the floor of the cab and firewall is missing. It’s currently sitting on a Chevy frame which is for sale too. price is pretty much whatever you will pay.
UPDATE: Was $3500. **SOLD**
This looks pretty good for the price.
“1954 Willys Jeep ~ On an ’89 S10 frame. Automatic with power brakes & power steering. 350 Chevy motor. R700 transmission with shifter on column. Runs & drives! Buy now for $3500!!“
this photo was taken in 1992, so it is possible this truck still exists.
“RGB Original Slide. 1992. Jersey City, NJ. Edward T Gibbs.”
View all the information on eBay
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $850.
It doesn’t run, but there appears to be value.
UPDATE: Price dropped to $6500.
“Complete, all original. Valid title, currently registered through Aug 2013. California street legal. Hurricane 226 six cylinder flat head starts, runs, drives well. All meters (except speedometer), heater, lights work well. New battery, tires, muffler. Rust free, clean, straight body. Some surface rust only on the floorboards but strong and solid. Many additional pictures available upon request. Located in Northern CA, can deliver if arranged before sale. Email David with questions, to arrange to view, or to make offer.”
UPDATE: Was on eBay. **SOLD**
The one truck looks real nice and the other looks like it has potential, too.
“1951 Willys Overland Model 126 pickup truck from Tennessee, converted to a 4.3 liter engine, a newly rebuilt carburetor with electric choke. Runs beautifully with a new dual exhaust. Aftermarket gauge cluster under the dash. All the factory gauges are present but not hooked up. Recovered custom tan seat cover, new black carpeting, power steering, drum brakes. Transmission is a 3 speed manual with 2 speed transfer case, original dome light with control switch,auxiliary electric cooling fan, new gas can and strap mounted in the holder on the passenger side, supplying the entire original vacuum wiper motor, cable linkage, pivots and arms. All lights work, headlights, high and low beams, turn signals, brake lights. All 4 tires are in ok shape. We installed some very stylish bed rails and a tongue & groove wooden bed floor. The frame is solid.
1952 Willys pick-up
Barn Find…a 2 OWNER 64000 Original Mile vehicle
99% Original with Motorola Radio and heater!
6 Cylinder Willys engine
Runs, Drives & Shifts well.”
The outside looks nice. The engine compartment needs some work.
“I am selling my 1962 Jeep Willy. It has a straight 6 super hurricane motor standard. It has 47,000 miles. A rebuilt engine. The seats and door panel need to be finished. $7000 or B/O. Call Raul: 973-568-4246″
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was on eBay.
” Up for auction is a solid start to a cool Rat rod! The project begins with a 1949 Willys pick-up cab w/attached short box mounted on a modified Model A chassis. The chassis has been Zd 4″ in front and 6″ in the rear and the cab has been dropped 6″ and 2″ has been removed from the bottoms of the doors and cowl. The front axle has split wishbone radius rods w/drop mounted spring perches and the original Willys steering box is already mounted. The rear is set up with new tubular radius rods w/brackets for 12″ coil-overs and has a 10 bolt Chevy rear-end. The cab has a full perimeter brace installed and both doors open and close correctly. Please keep in mind that this is a project, but it is also a great opportunity to start with a solid rolling chassis.”
This looks nice.
“Want to trade a 49 Willys 4×4 pickup, runs and drives great, trade for 70’s-82 corvette or will sell for 8000 call (864)280-5647 or email me Thanks for looking Ronnie ”
Here’s an updated flatbed.
“1952 WILLYS PICKUP FLATBED …. Runs and drives great for a 60 year old truk…… sbc engine, 350 trannie, TWO wheel drive with straight axle front end, Chevy truk rearend…..Daily driver …. possible trade but prefer cash…..
READ THIS CAREFULLY … EMAILS WITH WILLYS IN SUBJECT LINE AND PHONE NUMBER (THANK YOU SPAMMMERS AND SCAMMERS) OR WILL BE DELETED…..
YOU COULD CALL SEVEN0SEVEN 3FOUR31 NINE 4 8 BUT I WILL NOT ANSWER BLOCKED OR “STRANGE” NUMBERS……..TKS”
UPDATE: Originally listed at $9500. **SOLD**
(09/18/2012) Lots of money already spent. More project left. Looks good so far.
“Fat man front end with power steering and torsion bar
High performance 302 Ford (1987 with approx. 65,000 miles)
AOD automatic overdrive trans.
Chevy 10 bolt rebuilt from hub to hub
355 pozzi done
New aluminum radiator, fan, and shroud
All new pulley system with alternator and AC pump
New under dash AC unit
New HTI distributor
New fuel pump
New water pump
600 holly carburetor
New sanderson headers
New auto meter gauges
New wiring harness
S10 (2000) bucket seats
All new brake system
B&M floor shifter
Gas tank boiled out and sealed
New door and window rubber
New power coaed rims with hubcaps and beauty rings (15s in front and 16s in rear)
Body work and paint done
Harley davidson tail lights
Early 80’s Chevy van tilt wheel
Frame was sandblasted and body was soda blasted
Floor pans replaced
Seat platform added 2.5 inches
New fiberglass rear fenders, lowered approx 2.5 inches
Still needs Glass, Wiring finished, and all put together”
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $5800.
It’s got a Willys Truck cab.
“This truck is a everyday driver if you want it to be.it is a lot of fun and a blast to drive.i traded my harley for this a couple weeks ago and now need to sell it to buy my 17 year old daughter a first car.i may trade this for a good clean,lower milage(less than 150k) car or small sub.it needs to be 2000-up and a automatic.may also trade for another classic car or hot rod,rat rod but must be pre 1972.i like all brands,models and years so send me some pics via tex.now lets talk about the truck.It is a 1953 willys pick-up cab,1941 international rear fenders,1959 volkswagon bug front fenders and all on a injected s-10 frame and drivetrain.i was going to put a small block and turbo 350 in it.we all know that they make small block mounts designed for the s-10 frame.the truck has led brake lights,power brakes,a very kool interior and much more.please understand that this is a rat rod and although it is put together very well it does squeak or rattle a little but its better than a lot I’ve seen.i have a piece of lexan to replace the red one in the back glass.nice wheels and tires are brand new with 50 miles on them.the chopped top looks kool and the body drop is right on time.”
This seller appears to deal in a variety of jeeps and parts.
“It is rough but appears to still be all there. Has the originall Super Hurricane motor and manual tranmission. Jeep has not been run in 10 or more years. Previous owner did say he put some oil down the cylinders before it was left siotting. Still will probably need some time patience to get it to free up. Feels like the motor is not turning over. till has the original 16″ wheels. Might even be the original tires as cracked and weathered as they are. Would have been a real nice set of old school snow tires if they were not so weathered.
Yes, $9500 is the price listed. That’s just nuts.
“Super Hurricane Flat Head 6 cylinder
Rare find and great project for someone who wants a unique classic truck.
Call for more information, leave a message and I will call you back. 830-864-5115
If this ad is up, the truck is still for sale.”
Here’s an unusually modified Truck (or wagon?) from the 10th Annual Car and Bike Show in Atlanta, GA last weekend. I found it on the American Resto Mods Facebook Site.
UPDATE; Sold for $300 on eBay
(09/11/2012) Now I know what to do with the old grilles I have . . . The price starts at $350.
” Vintage Willys Jeep Grille w/ working Headlights Painted Folk Art
Solid Piece Great Vintage Condition. Has been wired to plug light in.
The grille pieces form a V shape, the front is not flat.
Please email any questions before bidding. Final Sale.
Local Pickup Only. Thank You.”
UPDATE: Was $7450: **Status Unknown**
“This “Jeep” is in excellent condition. Having only 2 owners within the last 55 years it is obvious that it has been well taken care of and maintained. The first owner used the PTO to cut firewood on the farm. The current owner is a Jeep collector and has keep the truck stored indoors. If you are looking for a classic vintage “working mans” truck, here it is!”
UPDATE: Price dropped to $1600.
(06/13/2011) Mark from Jeeptruck forwarded this one.
“The pickup came originally with a four-cylinder, but a prior owner installed a 1964 Ford 262 cubic inch straight-six. This engine came only in Ford’s one-ton and larger truck series. The Willys has been stored since 1985. It has a clear title. After rebuilding the carb, cleaning the fuel-pump, replacing the plugs, adjusting the valve lash, and pulling the oil pan to clean it and the oil pump, the truck starts easily and runs very smooth. While the original engine used a mechanical clutch linkage, the six-cylinder uses a hydraulic clutch. Clutch and brake hydraulics are supplied by an old-style GM one-reservoir brake/clutch master cylinder (looks identical to a Raybestos part #MC34404). This master cylinder is dry and rust filled, so it will need to be replaced. So currently the Willys has no clutch or brake action (The parking brake works great!). The Willys has its original T-90 (3-speed, floor-shift) transmission, Dana-18 transfer case, Dana-25 front differential, and Timken (clam-shell) rear differential. The body is solid except for the outer floorboards (which need to be replaced), and some corrosion at the rear sides of the bed (refer to the photos). The electrical system seems to be 12 volt, although the wiring is mostly original. The coil has a resistor before it (like 12 volt) and the ammeter shows charging in the normal range (uses a generator).
As the Willys has NO clutch or brake hydraulics, IT MUST BE TOWED OR SHIPPED. It is sold AS-IS; NO WARRANTY.
The Willys is in the Salt Lake City, Utah area. Contact by email at: firstname.lastname@example.org”
Looks like a nice truck.
“I have a nice 1959 Jeep truck for sale. I have done some updates over the years. Updates include relined gas tank, brakes, hoses, belt, plugs, tires, tow bar, paint, etc. I had it painted back to original as best as I could.
It still needs a parking brake cable and a vent window is cracked. It has low mileage and was a barn find when I bought it. It was all original and had only surface rust. It is what attracted me to it. It has the strong six super hurricane engine and does not smoke. It runs strong and the clutch is good. I was told it is a rare 1 ton model. I have a clear Texas title. The only reason I would sell it is I have a CJ-2A also and do not need two Jeeps. I think it is better than a new Razor, mule or any other ATV since it is in another class for the money. I have a bus bench seat for additional riders in the bed. Please call for a showing or test drive.
Please contact Charles at:
Phone: (214) 356-4345″
There might be some parts here someone can use.
“Great project, nearly all here. 6 cyl 4×4″