UPDATE: Still Available
(09/23/2013) It doesn’t look all that bad. There are some good parts here.
“1963 willys overland completely origanal. ? Needs complete restoration. ? Ran when parked20 years ago make me an offer will part out 631-394-9081 I want $1, 200 no low ballers can deliver locally as part of sale…,”
At least one appears to run, maybe both.
“Willys wagons $2500. ea. Paint faded since pic taken. Needs trans repair. Might trade on diesel garden tractor. Sparta Wi. Email any time or 608-2six9-2685 eves.”
Not sure how much value is here.
Truck runs. Panel Van runs. Window van no motor or tranny. Also 50′s blue dodge truck complete,80′s chevy stepside new 6 cylinder, ready for paint and a 1972 30,000 miles Ford Courier like new inside. One owner has been sitting for 5 years.
Must sell !!! Best offer.
Lots of work and money has been put into this cool wagon.
“1951 Willy Station Wagon
Just about everything is new
Steering wheel and column
This includes a Warn Winch and an overdrive of some type.
“1960 Willys Wagon,307 chevy motor, warn overdrive, warn winch”
UPDATE: Still Available
(08/23/2013) This one needs a little work.
“1958 Jeep Willys Utility Wagon
Original Super Hurricane 6 Cylinder Engine. 3 spd Manual Transmission. Runs and drives. 4wd Lock-out Hubs.
Body and frame in excellent condition. Drivers side floor pan has been replaced. Stainless steel trim all intact. Clear MN title.
Brake Master Cylinder needs replacement. Will need to be trailered home.
Head liner and interior door panels have been removed in preparation for restoration. Have originals for use as a template. Also have original wood strips for the bed, but they’re not installed. Several side windows are missing, but have the original glass (some are broken). Also have new rubber window seals.
Picnic style rear door with flip down tail lights. Headlights and signals work.
$5200 firm; cash only”
UPDATE: Still Available
(08/01/2013) This looks solid. It has several updates.
“61 willy wagon
4X4 283 chevy motor with original transmission and axles (with over drive).
am open to reasonable offers
Dan spotted this nice Maverick.
“1962 Willys Station Wagon, @66,000 miles. Is about 75% restored. The vehicle is nearly all original. You just can not find one like this. The pictures show the vehicle when purchased and updated. I am asking $11,500.00 or best offer. If your interested please contact me and I will set up a time to show the Willys. Please note if you are not serious do not bother me. So please only interested buyers. Will be glad to talk to you over the phone.
Located off 290/Barker Cypress.
Picture one shows vehicle prior to being painted. This is a very professional paint job.”
Dave Antram forwarded this photo of a Dallas, Texas, Pawnshop run by Rubin Goldstein from 1931 until 1972. I don’t know how the store became “Honest Joe’s”, but I do know Goldstein’s personal motto: YCDBSOYA ….. “You can’t do business sitting on your Afghanistan”. You can learn more about Goldstein here.
Now, can you spot the Willys Wagon in this photo?
I doubt this runs, but the body appears solid. No description provided.
UPDATE: Priced dropped to $8200. Check out near identical wagon that’s a 1957.
(06/12/2012) The seller believes this might be a Traveller, but Dan points out the following:
1. It’s a ’56 and Travellers were made 1960-1964 (to the best of his knowledge).
2. It has the polygon rear fender openings of a wagon, not the curved of a Delviery that Travellers and Parkways were made from.
3. It has the low roof, not the high roof.
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was listed at $3000.
“1962 Jeep Willy’s Wagon with L6-226 Hurricane. Body is in good condition with only some minor paint damage wear on the roof, hood and front fender and some damage (dent that runs nearly across the width of the roof) -pictures of both included. Mechanically, the wagon is in good shape.
This Jeep has been garaged for the past 9 years or so and up until last year, was driven a few times per year on sunny Seattle days. It ran until about 3 months ago when the starter, starter solenoid or battery need work.”
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was listed at $3995.
This has an interesting cargo carrier on top.
“good body, 4×4, 283 Chevy V-8 std. trans.”
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was priced at $7500.
(12/26/2013) This may be worth a closer look.
“1951 Willys Overland Jeep 2 wheel drive wagon, original 4 cly F Head, 3 speed with O/D (working) rewired to 12 volt. TONS of new parts, new paint and the rear body is all wood grained….needs minor finishing and runs great! Trade for another collector car 1946-1961 Packard, Plymouth Ford etc….”
Here’s a nice clean wagon.
“This is a rare Willy wagon in perfect condition for the year.
Bare metal paint, no rust at all, new ford 302 V8 engine, new exhaust system, new tires, new battery, new interior and headliner, rechromed parts, all new rubber on windows. for serious buyers please”
Lots of updates to this nice looking wagon spotted by Doug.
“New interior. New wiring harness. Power Windows. New 35″ BFG KM2 Tires. Power disc brakes. Tilt Wheel. Power rack and pinion steering. 350 4bolt main Chevy. Ford top loader 4spd. Saturn OD. 4:88 posi front and rear. Model 18 transfer case with heavy duty upgrades(bigger shaft and tapered roller bearings). Hydraulic clutch w/ McCloud blowshield and hydraulic throughout bearing. Full floating rear axle w/locking hubs at all 4 wheels. Original Ramsey Winch and fairlead. Brand new PTO and PTO/OD adapter, never used. 10″ lift. Front spring perches and shackles reversed. Many more mods. More mods. Too much to list. Serious inquiries only. One owner since 1977. Not interested in trades or shooting the breeze. Don’t waste my time. I don’t have any.”
No obvious rust.
“This is a 1955 Willys Overland-Wagon !!! It has a 327 Chevy Engine, Edelbrock High Rise Manifold and 4 Barrel Carburetor, and has a 350 Automatic Transmission. As you can see the body is in very good shape, and Interior is Good. The Engine runs and has a new water and fuel pump, plugs, wire’s and coil. New Exhaust, New Tires and Rear End. These vehicles were built from 1946 to 1965 and there were only something like 300,000 built. They were used for both Military and Civilian uses. True Odometer Mileage Unknown.
There are not a lot of these around and if you do any research you’ll find fully restored Willys Overland Wagon can sell for upward of $19,000-$24,000.
$5000.00 Call with any questions and to see. PLEASE DO NOT TEXT, I can be reached at: 928-925-8828″
UPDATE: Still Available
(12/24/2013) A custom project that needs some finishing, but runs and drives.
“Nice wagon on Dakota 4×4 v8 auto frame, new paint and body work all glass needs put back in I have it interior needs finished, runs and drives great my loss your gain would trade for 4 door car or small SUV maybe other things too call or text Kyle 3604420111″
UPDATE: Was listed at $5200. **SOLD**
(12/31/2013) Looks like a nice wagon.
“1954 Willies Jeep Wagon 4 wheel drive. 3 speed automatic on the floor. 350 Chevy engine. Odometer reads approx. 66,000 not sure if this is correct, nice garage find. Brand new 31″ tires, less than 5 miles on them. Some Minor surface rust, chrome intact and beautiful. Can be an everyday driver or a easy restoration project for someone. Can drive it home, a must see to believe. I am sure first to see it will buy it. Don’t let this deal pass you by.”
There may be value here.
“1961 jeep willys Wagon with f150 engine. Runs But reverse is out. 4 wheel drive is not hooked up. Fun project with already a lot of potential. Please contact corey 6123080243″
Mark just listed this wagon over at jeeptruck.com
“Runs and drives great!
It’s a 2 door
Current Registration with a clean title
It’s had only 3 owners
327 engine (NEW) with 5000 miles
350 automatic turbo transmission
4 wheel drive
It’s a perfect project car
Comes with Extra Parts:
2 Replacement Doors
Replacement glass (for window)”
No pcis provided.
“4 cylinder 4 speed. Good condition
Needs starter an steering column
$1000 or make offer 573-747-9190
Prefer text with my schedule”
Unclear if it runs or not.
“1950 Willys Panel Truck
Has a clear original title showing only 1 mile
Call (804) 400-4037 for other information”
UPDATE: Price dropped to $6950
“1962 Willys 4X4, 2 Door Station Wagon, 351 Windsor H.O., Auto O.D. Trans, 9″ Ford 3.50 Locker Rear end, complete frame, running gear and suspension from 1986 full size Bronco, Runs and drives good, Flowmaster Exhaust, good paint, no rust, good interior, $7,250.00 CASH O.B.O., for more info or pics contact Roy @ 210-SIX EIGHT FIVE-8482. CASH”
No pics provided.
“call 1-715-450-4116 or text …overhauled motor and tranny…runs and drives…body rough but restorable …would trade but cash is king…can send pics”