“This is a really cool machine. 1951 willy’s panel nearly done just needs a little imagination needs interior and a few things. done is mustang II front power disc brakes ford rear brakes work .good running 350/ 350 needs some glass and finishing can use for advertising your business. New colo title in hand.look at the pics. ”
“All original 1949 Willys station wagon.. Runs good . Needs a bit of TLC… $2500..”
Unclear if it runs or not. Will need a tire repair.
“2WD Willys nova front chassis gm driveline”
UPDATE: Still Available.
(02/05/2016) Looks rust free.
“NICE RUNNING WILLYS WITH A FLAT HEAD SIX 3 SPEED WITH 4X4.
BODY GOOD, PAINT GOOD
RED AND LIGHT BROWN AND LIGHT BROWN INTERIOR, FOLD DOWN REAR SEATS, WOODFLOOR BEHIND SEATS.
5 NEW TIRES.”
“1962 Willys Wagon in great condition. It has 226 hurricane motor with a 3 speed manual transmission. All lights and blinkers are fully functional. It runs very well and has added fog lights and reverse lights. ”
Looks like there’s value here.
“1952 Willys Overland Wagon 4×4 in very good condition……been working on it for two years…..very little rust…..very little cracked glass…..gauges are still here…..seats have been reupholstered and new headliner needs to be finished. Original spare tire and holder…..power take off winch. Conversion to a small v-8 almost done. Turbo 350 tranny is in and small block 305 chevy is ready to put in. It is an 80’s v-8 out of a caprice…..was running good! I also have the new front grill set up all primered and ready for paint with all head light and marker light accessories. Also many other parts not pictured…..tons! Hoods, fenders, radiators, rear end front end, etc…..I have put alot of effort into this but the situation calls for me to let it go to someone else. I also have the title! LOWERED PRICE…. $1500 cash obo for everything! there are hundreds of dollars in parts here. Make me an offer! Need to get this out the garage.”
Dan shared this one.
“Very rare. 1957 Panel Delivery.”
Might be a good project. Body looks solid.
“Project car has good running 350 engine and transmission.car needs to be put together car also needs hood”
“1962 Willys “Maverick” Wagon. 110,000 miles. Four wheel drive . Original upholstery, Super Hurricane straight 6 (Believed to be original), front locking hubs and original front hubs. Starts easily and runs well. Has been driven regularly. Radio doesn’t work probably because there is NO radio. Small rip in the head liner which a professional can probably can fix easily. Recently has been running hot which means thermostat or radiator needs to be flushed.”
Mike’s got his combo for sale.
“1957 Willys Wagon and 1947 Bantam trailer. Wagon is original survivor with one repaint in 1970’s. 226-6cyl with rare 2bl carb., 80k miles. Many extra parts, 1952 truck frame and complete drive-line\hood, over-drive unit, 2 sets axels, many parts. Known history. $15,750 obo. Nothing sold separately. ”
Not the best pic, but looks to be a panel wagon.
“This is a 1948 Willys, New 327 motor, 6 pack carbs, flip top front, powerglide transmission, A/C, new radiator. Selling for a friend and have more cars to sell.”
“1952 Willys Wagon clean new paint interior redone runs great.please call for more information.”
Needs a little work.
“Needs master cylinder, steering box, and may need some gaskets replaced.
Will need to be trailered.
Registration paid for year. Feb.
This is a V-8 conversion 4 speed automatic.
Like new tires. ”
Dan spotted this Parkway for sale.
“1955 Willys Jeep 4×4 Panel Delivery ParkWay Conversion
Project / Or Parts Car
Straight / Very Solid / Nice Frame / Nice Floors
No Motor / No Title
Has Complete Drivetrain / Twin Stick T – Case / 4 Speed
“The original SUV. Re-chromed, seats recovered, all new re-wiring, new gas tank, wood trim, 4 cyl. 4 x 4. Excellent condition. Peacock green paint. $11,500.”
Looks solid, but I can’t quite tell how good the paint is.
“1950 Willys Wagon 4×4. Original drive train with the F 134 4 cylinder motor, T90 3 speed transmission, Dana 18 transfer case, Dana 25 front axle, and Dana 44 rear axle. Custom headliner and seats redone. Original wooden slats in floor. Runs and drives good but brakes have to be pumped once to have a good pedal. New tires, water pump, rebuilt distributor and carb. There were only 2450 produced with the 4wd in 1950 so it’s a pretty rare vehicle. Not a perfect show vehicle and has a little rust but always gets compliments everywhere I take it. Asking $13,500 or BO. Will consider trades for muscle car or 1967-72 short bed Chevy truck.”
Thanks to Dan for getting a pic of the interior.
“Been sitting. Will start but the float sticks. Has a Montgomery Ward 235 inline six. Some cancer in the fenders. The back cargo doors make it a rare find? I’ve been contacted already with cash offers. I need a wrecker for my shop. If your making a cash offer……..wrecker ain’t cheap.”
Dan thinks the script on the glove box indicates this is an early production wagon. Can anyone confirm?
“1947 Willys Station Wagon: Converted to 12 volt, alternator, new tires, powder coated rims, original paint “luzon red”, new shocks, brake linings, new clutch, pressure plate, throw out bearing, borg warner overdrive, good glass all around, some rust in front fenders where attached to wagon near doors. No rust in floor pans or rear quarters! This vehicle would make great resoration, as is in “original condition”. No rust in rear tailgate, original single lens back light. Lights, dash guages, electrics, work fine. The original 4 cylinder engine runs fine. Good radiator. Three speed column shifter works excellent. Runs and drives well. Steering is tight. No seats inside. Wide oak cargo liners are in good condition. Original Willys Overland rubber floor mats on steps, both drivers and passenger side.”
Looks in good shape.
“88,000 original miles with original flat head 6 Hurricane engine. 90% original with a few upgrades such as front disc brakes and new rear brakes. Recently converted to 12v start. Still have original parts. Very little rust!”
Not sure how much value is here, but might be worth a look.
“1948 Willys Jeep Station Wagon. Selling this old vinitage Willys. I have no title, missing cylinder head. All oiginal.”
“1962 Willys 4×4, original 6-230-OHC engine in good condition, runs great. Lot’s of new parts, new springs, shock’s, bushing’s. Spare tire new, tires are good, breaks are good. Carb. rebuilt. New plug wires, point’s plugs etc. Complete new tail lamp assemblies in the boxes. New steering wheel complete. Lot’s of new parts go with the Wagon. Needs headliner and seat covers, kick panels etc. Has original Willy’s rubber floor mat of winch you can not get anymore. Has factory which, it’s in the wagon and in great condition just need’s new cable. Minor rust bumps on rear fender well’s.
Firm on the price, no negotiation’s or trade’s. CASH or U.S. Postal money order only. No scammer’s. No tire kicker’s. CLEAN CLEAR CALIFORNIA TITLE, was a Nevada vehicle. Can see in Reno.”
UPDATE: Price dropped to $10,000.
(07/17/2015) Looks good.
“Second owner, owned for 30 years. 327 Chevy, Munci 4 Speed, 8 inch rear-end. Very dependable. Runs awesome. Ready to rumble.”
Nathan spotted this one.
“1962 Jeep Willys Wagon. This vehicle is in Great condition and has all the chrome restored and all the Stainless Steel side trim that is usually missing on the vehicles. mileage is 88.100 miles. Had this vehicle appraised at over 30K. ”
UPDATE: Still Available.
“Up for sale is a 1956 jeep willys overland 4×4. Still has the original drivetrain including strait 6cyl flat head, 3sp granny gear trans and twin stick 4×4. Four wheel drive works good. Carb needs cleaned. Will only run on choke. Has electric fuel pump.The body is rough and needs work , if you dont own a welder and know nothing about body work this truck is not for you. Motor has been rebuilt and has only 100 miles on it. Along with rebuild new clutch and pressure plate were installed. The brakes work really good and have some new lines and hoses . The wind shield is cracked and will need replaced. All the lights, turn signals work. ”
Nathan spotted this once-government owned wagon.
“1954 Willys wagon four wheel drive. Standard tranny with original axels and transfer case Dana 20 in front Dana 44 rear.
Lockout hubs all work
Has 350 Chevy engine that starts and runs. Ranch truck last registered in 1975.”