Rob Stafford is looking for a CJ-2A body in good shape. Anyone have one in the Seattle area? Email me at email@example.com and I’ll let him know.
Bob needs some help in Dallas. He might have the clutch in backwards. I can neither confirm nor deny that I know this from personal experience.
“I need someone to help correct a clutch problem. I have replaced the flywheel, clutch disc., pressure plate, through out bearing and all the linkage. Clutch will not disengage. Will pay I need to get this corrected as I’m almost finished wit a complete rebuild. ”
Traci Clarke is trying to locate a Hickey, Chuchua, or Willy Willy Aluminum head. If you have one or know of one, let me know and I’ll alert Traci. She is a serious buyer.
Willy Willys Head:
Seth is looking for a steering wheel from a late 60’s FSJ. But he’s not all that interested in paying for shipping. However anyone has one for sale along hhis upcoming road trip from Tampa to Moab via I-10 please let him know.
An adjustable column isn’t necessary. Here’s an example.
Daryl is looking for a PTO generator for a MZ radio jeep he’s rebuilding. You can contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
“I am trying to find parts to restore a WWII Navy Radio Jeep. This jeep is a 1944 Willys MZ-1 that had a 12 volt 55 Amp generator that set between the driver and Passenger seats. There were two cast iron brackets to mount the generator, Cover for the generator, regulator and many miscellaneous parts. I would be grateful for any of these parts or leads to get these parts.
The best way to contact me is through e-mail
Thanks in Advance! ”
If you’ve been following Mitch Carter on Facebook, you know he’s been doing some great jeeping in his stock diesel-powered CJ-6 (Moab & Black Bear Pass among other places) … at least until he ran into an engine problem.
Now he’s hoping to find a second perkins 4.192 diesel engine. He thinks massey ferguson tractors, forklifts, generators, etc. Even a 4.203 indirect injected one would get him by until i can rebuild the original engine. If you have one, email me at email@example.com or comment below and I’ll get you in touch with him.
I’ve known Mitch since he was a young kid. He does a lot for the PNW jeeping community and is always willing to lend others a hand.
About his engine problem he wrote, “I got crossed up on a rock on the alpine loop, and the fan bit the radiator. We patched it as good as we could which got us off the trail and over one pass to silverton. And this is where i made the mistake of leaving the cap off the radiator so it wouldn’t build pressure…. the gauge only read 200* but it was fooled by hot air and not water. The engine was much hotter and I fear it’s toast. Very little compression, hard to start but will still turn over and run badly while making equally bad noises.”
A few pics from Moab earlier in the trip.
And a couple from the top of Black Bear Pass in Colorado: Continue reading
Anyone know of a Farnsworth Middlekauff Generator for sale? They were made at least from the late ’40s into the mid 1950s. I have a potential buyer who wants to put one into service. eMail me if you do and I’ll explain more.
Also, anyone seen any creative setups for running other PTO generators in a CJ-3A or CJ-3B jeep?
This is an example of a Farnsworth MIddlekauft:
A reader found this on Google Chat. Maybe someone who readers eWillys knows something about this?
“I (Steve Noland) have tried several other forums with no luck. I am trying to find the current owner of an FC I sold years ago. I am posting a link to the page where it was later sold. I contacted John to get the buyers info but he did not have it on record. My purpose it to get the CLEAN, OPEN title to the current owner. I have no interest in this truck, I just want to get the papers into the right hands and maybe provide some vehicle history to the current owner.
Thanks in advance for your help.”
Bill Norris was contacted by the St Johns (formerly the Meadowbrook) Concourse Delegance in Plymouth, MI to see if he could find them a late 50s early 60s Willys wagon (preferably a Maverick) and an early 60s Wagoneer for a special SUV display they are putting on this year. I have nothing to do with the show, but some how they got my name. Anyway, the vehicles must be really well preserved originals or very accurate restorations. No customs wheels, paint etc. They want them to look as much like factory as possible.
This is a very prestigious show. Its not your local cruise in type thing. Many high end, high dollar cars from collectors all over the world participate in this event.
Anyone interested can contact Bill at firstname.lastname@example.org? You must be willing to transport the vehicle to and from the show. It takes place the last weekend of July 29, 30 and 31. They need an answer by 5/13 so they can be included in the show’s program.
Elliot is looking for a VEEP or DJ in Florida. If anyone has any leads, you can email him at
Pascal is hoping to build and document a complete inventory of Willys World Magazines for http://jeepwillysworld.com/the-willys-club/. He’s put time, effort, and money into obtaining, scanning, and uploading his copies to the internet. Anyone have some issues the would like to sell or donate to him? Here’s what he needs:
I’m missing and looking for;
1974 Volume 1 Number 1 up to 1977 Volume 4 Number 5
1978 Volume 5 Number 1 up to 1983 Volume 10 Number 4
1983 Volume 10 Number 6 up to 1985 Volume 12 Number 2
1985 Volume 12 Number 5 up to 1986 Volume 13 Number 2
1986 Volume 13 Number 4 up to 1986 Volume 13 Number 6
1987 Volume 14 Number 3 up to 1987 Volume 14 Number 4
1987 Volume 14 Number 6
1990 Volume 17 Number 1 up to 1990 Volume 17 Number 5
1991 Volume 18 Number 4 up to 1994 Volume 21 Number 5
1995 Volume 22 Number 1
1995 Volume 22 Number 5 up to 1996 Volume 23 Number 6
I think the last issue was in December 1998, right?
Matt is looking for a tub:
“I’m looking for a decent condition CJ5 or CJ6 Tub, or a full Flat Fender body. Im located in North Central IA and will pay to ship or travel obviously.
You can contact me at email@example.com”
Tom Sterndale is looking for more APU jeeps. He’s go some information to help people understand if they have an APU jeep. You can contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org
DO YOU HAVE OR KNOW OF AN APU JEEP?
Description — Auxiliary Power Unit : Shelf Propelled Electric Power Plant : Jet Starter
Data Plate Name — O.E.Szekely & Associates or Valentine Welding Company
Hole In Floor Behind Shifters
Chris Tracy, the parts manager at Brileya’s Chrysler Jeep in Vermont, is looking for an engine for what I believe is a 1942 MB. They might be willing to take any military block or even a civilian one. From the email, my sense is they don’t know much about the jeep or block they are seeking. If anyone can help him out, that would be great.
Phone: (802) 773-3555
MIke Murray is looking for a Pinto-powered CJ-2A. He’s in the Illinois area. He’s not looking for one that needs a ton of work or a ton of money. You can contact him at email@example.com
Ted’s helping a friend find this: Wanted M38-M38A1 PTO winch setup .Ramsey model 50 or 50R. must be complete with all correct components. Not a Y50R model. Any help or contacts would be great.
Anyone have a four barrel intake manifold for a Buick V6 other than the Edelbrock ones? Ideally, it would be the four barrel off the Buick 4.1 252 engine. However, other short four barrels might work as well (Not sure what others were made).
This struck me as an odd add, so I figured I would forward it. Someone in New York City is hunting for jeeps, though for what purpose isn’t clear.
“Military Jeeps Wanted:
MB, M38 , GPW , M38a1 , M170
Clean civilian models considered CJ-2A , CJ3, CJ-3B, CJ-5, Scrambler, CJ-7”
Seth recently redid this Hamilton pedal for his daughter. He’s hoping to find a Front bumper. Does anyone have one? You can email him at Seth @ sethrlevy.com if you do.
Here is how it looked when he bought it:
Tom need some help with his FC bumper and asked me to post this. He hopes to either locate the brackets and spacers he needs or get templates for them.
He writes, “Recently, I was able to buy a Ramsey Winch Bumper for my FC-170. Unfortunately, the bumper did not include the mounting brackets and 1″ spacers. Please let me know if you have any of these parts. Even if you aren’t interested in selling, I would like to get some paper templates so I can recreate them if necessary. Your help is appreciated. Here are some pictures of the parts I need.”
Anyone in the Midwest, on the East Coast, or in Canada have a Sterling trailer for sale? If so, contact Glenn Fry at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Learn more about the Sterling trailer: http://www.ewillys.com/2014/05/07/sterling-manufacturings-jeep-trailer/
Wade’s looking for a set of Cutlas Hubcaps to complete his 1966 CJ-5. If you have any or know of any, contact Wade at: redwagonsmith @ gmail.com.
Example of the wheel covers:
My grandpa and Dad owned Lewton’s Jeep Sales and service from 1952 until 1989 when chrysler took over. My dad still has the shop and now does minor repairs and vintage jeep service work. The jeep I am restoring is my grandpas 1948 Willys race jeep. He raced this at Tri County 4 Wheelers, which he and 13 friends started in 1963 in Lisbon Ohio. I am now the proud owner of the jeep and trying to find the same rims and tires he used to run. 15×10 5 slot rims and Formula Desert Dog Tires 31×10.50 r 15. Luckily I still have the rims for the paddle tires but along the way I am not sure what happened to the aluminum rims. My dad tossed the Desert dogs about 10 years ago because they were falling apart.
I am looking for some Desert Dog tires and alumuinum rims. I am also looking for a 3a or 3b frame because of the many years of offroad racing the frame on the jeep has gotten week and stressed and I would much rather put another frame under it to make it safe if I decide to show or run the jeep again.
I am including a picture of my grandpa in his jeep from the early 90’s when he was still racing. Any help in searching for these parts would be greatly appreciated. I am lucky to finally add this Jeep to my Jeep collection here in Phoenix Az where I live now.
Mike is hoping to find a CJ-5 Renegade on the west coast. He’s got a reasonable budget, so if anyone knows of something good available, feel free to contact him at Heimbig@aol.com