Runs and drives.
“1957 Willy’s wagon, 4X4, 4spd manual transmission, flat head 4 cylinder engine. Body is in great shape with no major rust issues, no holes missing parts or cheap replacement panels found. Frame is solid and straight. Interior has been completely redone about 5 years ago and looks great. New wiring harness throughout entire wagon. All glass replaced around the same time as interior. New wheel cylinders, brakes, and spring kits. Engine runs smooth with no noises. Transfer case and hubs work as they should. Trans has a bad synchro in 2nd gear, you can still drive just pops out of 2nd when you let off of the gas. Has stump pulling granny gear transfer case gearing. No noises or rattling from the rears. All around solid wagon for someone to completely restore or drive as is. Asking $6,000.00 for the Willy’s which is below collector market value for the current condition. You would be hard pressed to find a classic in as good of condition as this one for the same money! Must see in person, give me a call so we can arrange a time,”
No pics provided.
“Hi I have a 1952 willys jeep 283 motor runs great. Choke stuck open on carb 4 wheel drive and granny gear works. lic and taged Kind of hard to shift from 2nd to 3rd. I do it its just touchy . I just take off in third gear. And if I want to I can roast the tires in third gear 4500.00″
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $8,500
“Frame off restoration all original. Comes with matching trailer!”
This is partially disassembled.
“1959 Willys wagon 4wd hurricane 6 new non directional tires extra rims, window gaskets, complete new brakes, cylinders, drums, etc. everything there and lots of extra parts!!! no time to restore. low milage engine ran when I started to deconstruct. no smoke. all orig.”
UPDATE: Price dropped to $15,800.
(11/01/2014) Nice looking wagon.
“For sale is a 1957 Willys 4X4 Station Wagon in excellent condition. We have done a complete overhaul on this vehicle, just short of a frame off restoration. The 226 Super Hurricane engine was rebuilt, the transmission was rebuilt, new paint job (interior and exterior), the seats were reupholstered and a new headliner installed, the bumpers were re-chromed, the oak strips were refinished, a new clutch was installed, floor mats are new, and too many other upgrades to mention”
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $900.
Maybe some value? Looks straight.
“About 1951 Willys Overland Wagon has early 50s GM motor starts but needs work, body is very straight, original wheels included, (not the ones on the car) bill of sale only, $900 cash”
Has some updates.
“This 1953 Willys Station Wagon runs perfect with all mechanical updated and complete. Chevy 350 4 speed, tilt hood. new ez wiring done, 4 wheels like a rock crawler and cruises like a hot rod, and is ready for the interior. All new glass, and tires are about 70%.
Trade for something cool, i like rat rods, hot rods. 60s/70s/ cars.Late model mustangs 4x4s Razors etc NO BIKES BOATS OR HI MILEAGE LATE MODEL CARS / TRUCKS”
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $3500.
Has updates. Runs and drives.
“’51 Willys Wagon radials, with full size spare, chains. have jerry can n spare carrier for rear bumper, tow bar for front, drive train rebuilt, include m21 muncie, dana60 posi rear, 10 bolt front, 4:88s. Chevy 350 stock w/HEI and carter, aprox original 69k miles on motor, no rebuild. This was my hunting rig, its not a show truck, super fun 4×4, I dont hunt anymore. Unlimited project potential, I’ve owned it since ’99 n run about $10k into it. Need to pay some bills, will take $3,500 cash, no negotiate. Clean title I drive it to work once in a while. email or text thanks”
UPDATE: Status Unknown. Was $2500.
“1955 Willy’s Wagon. 4×4 snowplow included. Flat head 6. Manual transmission. Barn find. I installed a new electric fuel pump,battery and got it started, does need tires.”
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $10,000.
“Automatic transmission 4wheel disc brakes jack rouch 5.0. $10.000 call Jeff at auto emporium from 8am to 5pm”
No pics provided.
“All original 1951 Willy’s jeep station wagon 234 engine. Clean title engine checked out and shows no cracks or problems. Also includes extra flat 6 engine and trans and title to 1959 Willy’s station wagon.Nothing had been removed even original seats still with it. Kept in warehouse for 15 years. All or none I will not part it out.”
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $4200
Runs and drives.
“962 Willys Utility wagon, Runs, drives. very restorable, has some vintage patches on sides. drivable as is. barn find. good body, interior & mechanicals. 68,000 miles. parts all there. original engine, transmission & interior. never changed or altered. stored inside on jack stands. for details call”
UPDATE:Was $7500. **Status Unknown**
(12/02/2014) This former Arizona wagon still looks solid.
“IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR A RUST FREE JEEP 4X4 WAGON THAT IS NOT FULL OF PATCHES OR BONDO THEN THIS IS THE ONE. I THOUGHT THEY WERE ALL FULL OF RUST BASED ON PREVIOUS ONES I LOOKED AT. THIS ONE CAME FROM THE ARIZONA DESERT (STILL HAVE A COPY OF THE ARIZONA TITLE) AND THE BODY IS AS SOLID AS YOU WILL FIND ANYWHERE. INTERIOR IS VERY NICE. IT IS PAINTED IT OLIVE DRAB WITH CLEAR COAT AND IT LOOKS PRETTY DECENT.
UPDATE **SOLD** Was $13,500
Based on the pics, it needs a front bumper and some miscellaneous items at the very least.
“I have a restored 1963 Jeep Willey (Title in hand and Clean) to trade for a 30 HP or larger Tractor with at least a front bucket and Brush Hog. More implements will make the trade possible faster.
Please look at the pictures as this Jeep was restored and is ready for a new owner if you have the right tractor. I need the tractor for my farm more than I need the Jeep any more. (Wife says so). $13,500.00 OBO”
It’s a project.
“1949 Willys Panel 2 wheel drive. Currently has the 4cylinder engine, 3 speed transmission with overdrive. Was planning on putting a v6 or v8 in it, but this drive train was running and driving. Very straight body, not rusted out. Title in my name. Asking $3200 or best offer. May entertain trades. Don’t need to sell, just hate seeing it sitting and not high on my priority list of projects I have waiting in the wing. ”
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $8000.
The outside looks great. The engine compartment could use some cleaning.
“Just reduced for a quick sale is my original numbers matching Willys Wagon. please call with questions and to schedule a time to see it. This car appraised at 18500 wont last long at this price.”
The rear sides of the wagon have been trimmed, but otherwise this seems solid.
“WILLYS WAGON, 1951, 6 cylinder orig low milage engine, 58,000 miles, orig rear, NEW—brakes, springs, gas tank, ETC, 3 speed on floor, 4WD, GREEN WITH BLACK TRIM, like new tires, TITLED, REGISTERED, DRIVEN, kept indoors, ORIGINAL OWNERS MANUAL”
Currently a buy-it-now at 20% off.
“Part Color Sheet , 8.5 x 11 , Printed Both Sides , Maverick Special Station Wagon”
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Gary has this modified wagon for sale. Comment below and I’ll forward Gary’s email.
“Restomod with all the user friendly equipment needed for highway and off road use. Chevy Vortec V8, 4L80E automatic etc. Asking $42,000
Pics and more detailed description upon request. Send email.”
There may be some parts value here.
“For Sale–1947 willys stationwagon. Either restore or use as a parts vehicle. It is pretty complete,4×4, flat head 4 cyl. Also comes with a complete 3 piece set of front floor panels. Would like to sell before it gets buried in the snow. Price $550.00……Any questions email or call… Thankyou”
No pics provided. Seller is retiring and cutting back on stuff. Seller has a huge list, so I’ve picked out only the jeeps.
5) 1952 Jeep M38A1 newly restored, gobs new parts/upgrades……$21,950.00obo
super impressive classic Military, new camouflage camo paint
10) 1961 Jeep Willys Wagon, Hurricane 6 engine…………………………$ 4,350.00obo
partially restored, all necessary and many extra parts
11) 1949 Jeep Willys flatbed truck, upgrade, newer engine…………..$ 4,300.00obo
runs great, tree limb just fell on roof, we’ll fix for you
14) 1947 Jeep CJ, not pretty ol’ ranch truck, but runs great…………..$ 2,750.00obo
21) 1960 Jeep FC170 (Forward Cab) truck………………………………….$ 950.00obo
cab & dually chassis, no bed, rusty, bought for restoration
Now that we have reached retirement age, we really want to give it at least a part-time try and not be stewards over all this stuff any longer. Therefore, we are willing to work with you to make this all yours instead of ours, so make us an offer, we may take it!!! Thank you kindly for looking…Jim”
“1955 Willy’s Wagon, runs, drives, fresh glass, new tires, new clutch, fresh carburator rebuild, etc. Many items recently rebuilt or serviced. Original 4 cyl Willy’s engine and 3 speed manual transmission working excellent.
Beautiful original type wood strips in the cargo area. Rear seat removes in seconds.
Spare parts included as shown. The hard stuff is done, a few minor items like headliner, finishing rear seat upholstry (new vinyl there, just not finished) and getting the heater working remain. Finding a few trim strips remain as well. I bought it late summer to use for marketing a business, have decided not to do so, so it is available.
Other Willy’s Wagons currently offered are total projects, this one you could drive home from my location! ”
UPDATE: **STATUS UNKNOWN** Was $3950.
Runs and drives.
“Bought this a couple months ago for some restortation projects now things have changed.
Here is the listing info used when I bought it
Jeep run very good. Brake are good with new wheel cylinders carb. Rebuilt by professional co in columbus ohio. Tune up is excellent as pic shows good glass lights Work oil pressure 40 psi. Some rust in floor but overall. Very solid
I found this not all that impressed me. It runs alot better than I would ever expected I have owned willys wagon since 1976 and this one is mechanically
a 8 -9 in my book. It need shocks and brake pedal tighten up ( moves side ways) one lock out hub is hard to turn Good title original sales sticker from window. With newspaper article about original owner from Morgantown wva etc. Nice history nice jeep. good tires
Looks like a new fuel pump and choke fuel filter etc. Good jeep guys for a 1956″
There appears to be value here.
“For sale 1951 Willy’s Wagon. 2 wheel drive, original flat head six, three speed with over drive. Was a driver six years ago. Needs sheet metal work to correct rusted floor boards, rockers and tail gate. Will need to be towed. Does not run. All of the glass is there and original. This is a project not a turn key jeep. $900 obo.”
No obvious rust.
“I am selling a 1960s Willy’s Wagon Jeep for $5000.00, it has all original parts. It is in driving condition. Tires are great. cash only…no scams please”