Looks pretty good for not having run in ten years.
“1957 Willys Station Wagon with a L226 Super Hurricane 6 Cyl engine. Vehicle is all original, ran when parked 10 years ago, but does not run now. Clean title and located near Abilene Texas. Body does have some rust, but in pretty good shape for a 1957 model. This vehicle is a four will drive and also has an over drive which acts like a gear splitter. I have plenty of pictures and even a video I can e-mail. Serious inquiries only. ”
No pics provided.
“Have a 1954 Willy Jeep, body is great and motor is rebuilt needs to be installed”
UPDATE: Still Available
(05/20/2014) Looks nice.
“1956 WILLYS JEEP WAGON RUNNING 360 BUICK NAILHEAD BUICK
INTERIOR HAS BEEN DONE AND IT HAS BEEN PAINTED
RUNS GOOD NEW ELECTRIC FAN BATTERY AND AIR CLEANER
HAS 91000 ON CHASIS
CLEAN TITLE ROAD READY
It’s a project, but the body looks good.
“47 willys overland. Column shift, straight body. It ran and drove to where now parked but was years ago. Needs most all glass replaced.”
UPDATE: Price dropped to $15,000.
(05/08/2014) Lots of paint details on this wagon.
“1951 willys sedan delivery
The truck has the rear, front end ,and motor from a 59 corvette .
It runs and drives nice .
Rebuilt 283 Chevy engine
Rebuilt 200r4 od tranny
Rebuilt front suspension
New powder coated wheels
Pinstripping is fresh
May consider trades for gasser
No boats houses jet skis or quads
Please no tire kickers
This truck runs and drives nice”
This looks good.
“Fantastic 1955 Jeep – Runs Smooth and Drives.
This is a fantastic Jeep. Engine is the original and preferred 226-L6 Super Hurricane flat 6 and was just gone through by an experienced classic car guy. Partial restoration is done. Body is fantastic and rust free. Starts easy, runs great and fun to drive. This is a vintage 1955 Jeep Wagon, America’s first 4×4 SUV. It will climb 57 degree grades (although I have not tried) and brings smiles everywhere it goes. Ready for the new owner to recover the seats and side panels in desired color. This is a GOOD ONE – Body not rusted. Work done in 2013/2014 includes: New fuel pump and lines, New fuel tank, Professionally overhauled Carb, New water pump and hoses, conversion from 6v to 12v with new Willys alternator and battery, and much more. Fun to tinker and will be an easy restoration finish as show car or daily driver. This vehicle is complete; original seats (front and rear) acquired and ready for cover. All parts ever needed in future are easily available from Willys – easy to work on. If you are interested is a unique, fun vintage Jeep, please email.”
The truck has an unusual tow package.
“Willy’s jeep for sale. – Originally from the state of Wyoming. The wagon has a cover, winch, high lift jack, and like new tires. Ran when parked. Engine turns over.”
UPDATE: Still Available
(10/08/2014) “This Classic Antique 1959 Willys Wagon 4X4 SUV is up for sale. This truck runs good and is in pretty good shape but it does need a little body work, paint, a new head liner and possibly a carb rebuild. It has the 6-226 Super Hurricane Flat Head Motor. I have the kaiserwillys catalog which carries everything these vehicles need or they have an online site as well: kaiserwillys.com
$6500,00 Or best offer. Or trade for a Casita camper or Scamp Travel Trailer RV”
Both are projects. Looks like the 3A includes a half top.
“CJ2 and Wagon, one price, or negotiate separately. Both complete, and both titled. Both at restoration project start stage.”
Joe spotted this nice looking Panel Delivery at the Kmart Cruise night in Mesa, AZ. He talked to the owner, Gary. You can call him at the phone number in the ad if interested.
“A Beautiful and very Rare original condition Jeep, Willys Overland. The first of the Station Wagons and now SUV’s. This truck is in excellent condition, runs very strong and factory overdrive and heater. She has a new set of radial ires, withe walls, new hob caps and chrome rings. The engine and clutch has been rebuild at some earlier date. This Jeep is ready for anyones collection and every day enjoyment. You will get lots of lookers and interest wherever you take it.”
View all the information on eBay
This might make a good restoration project. Unclear if the motor spins.
“Restoration-Ready for the Willy’s Enthusiast!!!!
** Complete with all drive train, straight 6, manual transmission, 4-wheel drive
** Only rust through is on driver’s and passenger floor panels, approx 4″ area in length
** Windows crank up and down
** Has both back lift gates with windshields in tact
** All side/front glass windows in place, two of them cracked
** Only lacking gas tank
This project needs some additional assembly.
“1951 Willys Wagon
- Chevy 283 engine
- Turbo TH350 transmission
- Dana transfer case
- Fomoco power steering
- Stock axles
- Newer tires and rims
- Solid body with minor rust
Solid Willys Title in Hand.”
UPDATE: Still Available. Likely a Maverick.
(05/01/2014) Bob spotted this. I didn’t know there were islands in Lake Erie that were part of Ohio.
“1961 Willys Jeep Station Wagon. 4 cyl 3spd 76k original miles, runs well, needs tires.”
UPDATE: Price dropped to $3000.
(09/22/2014) Some external scenes from the ‘Alaska’-based show Northern Exposure were filmed at a small Eastern Washington town named Roslyn. You can learn more about the show from the Roslyn Historical Museum Society. So, it is very possible this wagon was in the popular show.
“This classic 1955 willys wagon was in the tv show Northern exposure it has a early sbc motor in it and it runs and drives. It has clean title and is licensed.”
Scene from Northern Exposure:
Great looking wagon.
“1953 Willys OverlandPro Street Wagon.
8,000 miles since completion with no mechanical problems.
4 new Radials last year. Mickey Thompson 31 x 18 x 15″ tires on rear.
350 Chevy/350 Turbo trans with stall converter and shift kit.
3.50 ratio narrowed 9″ Ford rear.
Fat Man Front suspension with Rack/Pinion steering.
Power Disc Brakes. 15″ custom Steel Wheels all around.
Hawaiian Blue with White Roof.”
“For sale is a 1951 Willys Utility Station Wagon. Great paint. 5.7L Chevy motor with less than 8000 miles. 700r4 transmission. 4 wheel drive. Multiple show winner.”
UPDATE: Price dropped to $4000.
(07/24/2014) Kind of pricey for a roller with no title.
“48 Willy’s panel. No motor or trans. Stock chassis. No title, (bill of sale provided). This is a solid & rare project that can be brought back to original, Retro, classic, or cool Rat Rod. This project can be sold as is with roller’s, rear wheel’s not included, $4,000.00. There’s no glass. the truck is from out west so it is pretty solid and clean, does not need, but miner body work if any, other than glass. Truck was a dry cleaner’s truck & still has the original patina. Can also build to your spec’s, $$$$?, we have now removed the body off the original chassis, we will sell the the chassis, witch is in very good condition, it is 1041/2″ wheel base, make offer if you can use. .”
At the very least, there’s an FC, wagon, CJ-2A, MB/GPW, CJ-3A and other jeeps.
“Prices range from $16-24k”
UPDATE: Price dropped to $9900.
(08/20/2014) Solid looking parkway conversion.
“1957 Willys Wagon
350 Chevy motor
350 automatic transmission
Original 2 wheel drive frame
Orginal planor front suspension
Chevy rear axle
Power steering, power brakes
Nice chrome, body in great shape,no rust, a few minor dings.
Runs and drives, currently registered”
May be worth a look.
“Nice Willys panel with stock flat head hurricane six engine. Original 3 speed transmission and transfer case with PTO 6,000 lb winch. Bucket seats in front, no rear seat. Clean title, great work horse. Please call for details.”
There may be value here.
“1951 willys wagon. Fairly straight body but has some of the usual rust in places. Passenger floor board and tranny tunnel rusted through but have most of the new replacement parts to fix. It’s a project for sure but runs, stops and steers. Original flat 6 was replaced at some point with a dodge 318 but still has original tranny and transfer case. It has been stored indoors since 1995 since hauled to oregon and still has the Alaska title.Cash or trade. Interested in another vehicle or Maybe a tractor or thing that go boom”
No pics provided.
“1951 jeep Willys has a winch, it RUNS just needs Carb Redone and Fuel Pump!!!! Great Tires , All Original. Needs new soft shell. Was asking $4000. clear title Now asking $3195
We have lots of parts new and old for vehicle!!!!”
UPDATE: Still Available
(07/14/2014) Glenn forward this shiny wagon.
“For sale is a restored 1963 Willys jeep delivery hot rod. Full frame off restro . One of 300 made in 63. Have over $43,000 in restoration. Have all the slips to prove it. No short cuts. Has 1100 miles on the drive train and motor. The motor is a rebuilt 327 corvette motor with 375 h.p. It has \been blue printed and balanced. Has a cam in it.It sounds mean and goes like hell. Motor work alone with vet motor was over $10,000 . It is a standard shift. (no auto) has a clutch. Custom exhust system. Has been pained over. The roof was done with a bed liner material. Done by shop. Has baby moon chrome rims + all new tires. The orig seat, is in it and has been redone over by shop. Orig bumpers were sent out and rechromed. New shocks. No rear seats. Interia is bare, has green carpet done by shop, but nothing on sides. Could be finshed by new owner, or drive it like I have years. It’s a hot rod. Selling cause im almost 70 and getting out of hot rods. Again I have over $43k in it asking $18,500 best offer no bull, or low offers. Ayer ma“
Looks like a nice truck.
“Velocity Restorations is proud to present this awesome 1958 Willy’s Jeep 4×4 wagon. This Willy’s has undergone a 5 yr restoration by the previous owner in Texas. After many dollars and hours were spent the previous owner traded it to us for one of our early model Broncos. We got this Jeep and went through it front to back. The body is exceptionally solid. The L6-226 Super Hurricane straight 6 engine has been rebuilt and runs flawlessly. The rebuilt engine is mated to a strong 3 speed transmission with 4×4, that shifts great. The glass and weather seal are in great condition and work properly. Shocks, brake components, and some suspension components have been replaced. The rear floor has been fitted with mahogany wood. Seats and headliner have been reupholstered and look great. Understand this is a 56 year old vehicle and will not handle like a new Jeep. However, it does start first time everytime, runs great, shifts great, stops straight, and steers good for its age. “