“No engine or running gear”
“No engine or running gear”
Might be some rust in the rear.
“1962 Willys Wagon.
Rebuilt engine. New clutch, pressure plate, throw-out bearing. 4 wheel drive, and dash gauges all work. Surf board “needs repaired” comes free.”
Craig spotted this wagon. Note the seller thinks this will be an easy restoration, but it looks restored already?
“1960 Willys Jeep Station Wagon, highly collectible vintage vehicle. 4 wheel drive, white over red, 25,000 original miles, good condition, easy restoration. Has plow, but should no longer be used as a work-horse vehicle….this jeep is for serious collectors. Very few of these little beauties are left!
Call for more information and viewing appointment. Original engine and wheels.”
UPDATE: Was on eBay, but ad pulled.
(11/02/2014) Here’s a rare former rescue wagon.
“1958 Willy’s delivery Wagon. I’ve owned this vehicle since 1991. It had 800 miles on it when I bought it from the Warroad Mn. Fire dept. where it was used as a rescue vehicle. Not many folks to rescue I guess. It now has 21,000 miles on it. It has the original Warn winch. I had the overdrive installed shortly after I purchased it. I have much of the original literature for it. I recently had a complete new wiring harness installed. It runs great. The only thing that doesn’t work at the moment is the windshield wipers. The interior is very utilitarian”
Might be worth a look.
“This is a 1962 Willys Wagon, The engine is tranny are in better than good condition, body is ok, interior is ok…
I would like to either sell for 5000 or trade for motorcycle… No crotch-rockets please… would consider project bikes of equal or greater value…”
Seems to have potential. Has roof rack.
“willy’s jeep straight 6 ,3 speed auto. With overdrive. Not bad shape for its age. Willing to negotiate a price possible some trade and cash its not all beat up original wood slats are in the floor seat are in great shape been upholstered,any how serious equuires only please, thank you”
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $8000.
The photos suggest there is still some work to be done.
“New motor, small block Chevy, new trans, rebuilt rear end, new front suspension, new shocks. $8,000. (obo) ”
Runs and drives. Tailgate is rough.
“1953 Willys Wagon from Utah, 161 6cyl, 3 on the tree, 4 WD, 16″ wheels, Runs & Drives, $1700 OBO”
May have some parts value.
“No motor I have had a 350 in it I have to many toys it must go also have front mount for SBC exhaust is there all you need is motor and bell housing bell on trany is cracked it has no interior in it was going to re do it but no time”
UPDATE: Price now $10,000.
(06/28/2014) This has a variety of updates.
“Health sale. 1949 willys window wagon, 350/350. sitting on k5 blazer frame and susp. Two wheel drive.diamond plate running boards, 1930 dodge rear fenders, . Interior was finished. Needs bumpers.”
UPDATE: Price bumped to $5000.
“1962 Willys Wagon – original engine – PTO driven winch – original rear seats – good tires.”
Mike’s got his sedan delivery wagon for sale.
“1962 Willys Sedan Delivery 4×4. Rare body style, and in very good condition. Original rebuilt 225-6, 3 spd T90, with dana 18 TC. Also has Warn Overdrive installed. The body is as solid as you will find. This truck is from Southern California. The only body work done by previous owner is some fiberglass overlay on the front driver / passenger floors to seal pin holes.- no patch panels done or needed in my opinion. There is a small dent in the drivers rear QP, but its an easy fix, on the bottom edge of the panel. I suspect the body was a donor onto a regular wagon chassis because the gauge cluster is from a mid 50’s era Willys. Only a real Willys nut would know that, and actually the 50’s dash is more desirable. Engine runs perfect – no choke to start, and this truck drivers great. Here are some mild upgrades:
Looks like an interesting project.
“Selling a really sweet Willy’s Jeep project that would be good for a rat rod or hot rod.”
Idaho Todd’s 1963 Traveler update (see the before photos at the bottom of the post). Todd wrote the following about arriving at the seller’s place to purchase the jeep:
After some visiting, we struck a deal that I think we were all comfortable with. The fella helped us load the traveler and we were off. Boy, you would of thought we were hauling a shelby mustang by all the attention we were attracting! Plenty of on lookers at fill-ups and bathroom breaks.
Made it back to Sandpoint and the next morning we were going to back it off the trailer when I hit the key and she fired (after a jump start)! I had bought it as a non-runner so this was delightful! To my amazement, the speedometer, both gauges and most of the lights worked! I drained and filled the boxes, checked the brakes and we were off.
When I got back to the shop, I soaked it with a degreaser and power washed it. It turned out stunning! I sure like the patina but I think it’s headed for a full resto on of these next winters. It needs front foot pans and some investigating around the top. Other than that, I am very pleased. In the meantime, I think I will enjoy it for a while. She runs great. Thanks everyone for sharing this experience with us! More to follow soon…
Sits on updated drive train.
“1961 Willy’s jeep , Arizona wagon started restoration 9years ago needs finished runs and drives , has a 1969 wagoneer drive train. $11.000 OBO.”
Looks innocent on the outside, but has some power.
“This 1952 Willys wagon has less than 2000 miles on a complete restoration.
Up grades include: Tinted glass, modern radio/cassette, Air conditioning, Chevy 350 small block with a mild cam and 700R4 automatic transmission.
Everything works and has a clear Arizona title.
I have all the before and after pictures and receipts.
The front suspension is modern rack and pinion with disc brakes.
The rear is a Ford 8″ with drum brakes.
I have a finished 3rd row seat that I never installed.(included.)
This wagon is a lot of fun to drive!
Call or text to come see it in person, you will not be disappointed.”
Nice looking wagon.
“All original stock, mechanic owned and maintained. 4×4 226 cubic inch. ”
It’s a no-title project, but has potential.
“I have a 1953 Willy’s Panel Wagon for sale. It is a rolling chassis only, with no title, engine, or trans.
Body is in great shape, with only two problem areas, the area around the gas cap, and the bent up sheet metal under the back doors. Other rust is surface rust only. Panels are straight, and the interior is not all chopped up. Doors wand windows open, but glass is bad. Again no title, but I purchased from fellow in Kansas, with bill of sale. Title can be applied for from Kansas. Call with any questions. Thanks.”
Here’s a 2WD needing rescue.
“1947 Willys Overland Jeep Station Wagon, disassembled , less engine and bell housing.Best offer”
Nice looking wagon spotted by Craig.
“1948 Willys Jeep Station Wagon in very good condition. Has been restored as a daily driver type with modern radial tires and aluminum wheels. Not a perfect show winning restoration but it looks really good. If you found a wagon in a barn somewhere you would have a lot more money than that getting one in this nice of condition. was $12800 and has been reduced to $10800. Price doesn’t include title,taxes or licensing fees. Bring cash and tell them Tim sent you. You can drive this home if you wish. Lots of other items for sale as owner has retired and is selling virtually everything.”
UPDATE: Price dropped to $27,950.
Looks ready for a show.
“An incrediblly done complete restoration! This 1952 Willys Jeep Wagon 4X4 has had every nut and bolt turned and needs absolutely nothing! Powered by a period correct 6-226 Super Hurricane mated to a 3spd manual transmission with Spicer transfer case, Dana differentials, and auxillary cooling fan, she is completely finished. Extremely high quality paint job and wood trim looks fantastic. Cosmetically, she is a real head turner. Top to bottom and underneath are all meticulously done. The wood flooring in the back is completely finished, and the only thing that isnt period correct is the aftermarket am/fm cd player iin the dash. All of the gauges are clear and appear new…….I really dont know what else you could do to make her more complete. Come by and see us at Jordan Motorcars, 11919 IH10 West, San Antonio, Texas, 78230 or visit us on the web at jordanmotorcars.net.”
Seth spotted this interesting wagon. If anyone can provide any insights into it, we’d find it helpful.
He writes, I found this very rough abandoned Wagon. What made it stand out was the independent front suspension and the barn doors. It looks stock but I have always been under the impression that the Wagoneer Panel Delivery was the first Jeep with IFS. It is obviously a basket case project but if it’s a prototype or something like that it may be worth the effort to restore.
Dan has posted the photos at the Old Willys Forum as well. He suggested it might be a factory special. He noted, Based on the gauges and rear rear wheels, it looks like a 1946-early 1950 Delivery that someone installed an aftermarket IFS (similar to the Mustang II) and cut out the back rear side windows. That said, it could be a factory special.
“bone stock , drive or restore”
UPDATE: Still Available.
(07/04/2014) Nice wagon!
1957 Jeep Willys title status : clean
Collector 1957 Kaiser Willys Jeep overland station wagon
‘Super Hurricane”engine – flat head 226
[engine number 33885 – Toledo, Ohio]
3 speed transmission(stock); 6-226 with 16 L Head Motor. Horsepower: 105@3600 rpm. Torque: 190 lb-ft. compression ratio: 6.9 to 1. Valvetrain: L-Head.