You’ll have to pay cash for this. Apparently, this seller has had some problems getting payment.
“Here’s a nice ’49 Willys Woody 2 door wagon (Tin Woody).
Fits the whole family and looks cool doing it! All it needs is a surfboard!
Nice body with a new satin black and custom woodgrain paint job. The woodgrain is all freehand airbrushed painted! NOT VINYL!
I have another hood for it for those that don’t like the hood scoop (I don’t like it so I found another hood. Just needs to be painted to match).
350 Chevy engine has been rebuilt. Has a little over 1,000 miles on it and the 350TH tranny.
Runs and drives great. Frame is a shortened S10 so it has power steering and power dics brakes.
Interior side panels and headliner are all wood. The side panels still need to be stained but headliner is done. Interior could use a little more work, but is presentable.
Has a Pioneer stereo that’s hooked up, but still needs speakers.
New tinted glass.
New tires with older but clean Centerline wheel”
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So, would this be the opposite of a Parkway Conversion?
“1959 Willys Wagon $3500 OBO
6 cylinder, 4 speed stick, no transfer case or starter.
needs work. Factory conversion to panel wagon, very limited body style.
Call Ronnie at 32one22nine11eight5 Afternoons”
No pics provided.
“I AM PARTING OUT WILLYS WAGONS, OAK FLOOR STRIPS, 226 MOTOR TRANSMISSIONS, TRANSFER CASES, T90 TRANSMISSION 18 TRANSFER CASE WITH PTO, SET OF WAGON AXLES 4.27 GEARS WITH TWIN TRACTION, WILLYS FRAMES, PLUS OTHER PARTS CALL WITH NEEDS, 724-309-3347″
Mark listed these wagons and parts over at jeeptruck.com
“I have 2 1950′s Willys wagons and 1 1950 Willys 4×4 truck that I want to sell with many extra parts and glass. Please let me know if we may have some interest in the items. I also have a 1951 Henry J that was stored in a airplane hanger since 1963. You can call me at 218-591-9883. Located in Superior, WI. I have people interested, but need to move this stuff to finish a new garage and down size on vehicles. Prices will be negotiable and one wagon was disassembled, sandblasted and primered. All of the parts that go with that wagon, that was going to be restored are also blasted and primered.”
This appears worth a look.
“1955 willies wagon in good shape. Runs and drives but needs some brake work to make it road worthy. 4 wheel drive, 4 speed, 283 engine from a 68 corvette. Lots of new parts, new tires, new interior. Take it and finish it the way you want. A lot of its been done already. Original wood bed rails still intact and in great shape, just waiting to be refinished. $4800 obo.”
This looks like a good price.
“1960 Willy’s wagon, super hurricane 6 cylinder engine, clean, straight and nearly rust free. Everything works as it should. You will look long and hard to find one this nice and complete. I am asking half of what it is worth because i don’t have a title. Do the paperwork and double your money. $2000 firm. Call Pete @
406-Five 9 six-7 nine 8 zero”
This looks solid.
“New paint, winch, runs fine. 321-961-3946″
This appears solid.
“Willys wagon with a Chevy 350 that was professionally rebuilt about 40K ago, 3-speed manual transmission and Dana 18 transfer case. Front and rear axles from a 1989 Grand Cherokee with 323 gears. It will go down the highway at 80 all day. Rear axle completely rebuilt, dual exhaust, edlebrock carb, power steering electric wipers. All gauges work, excellent heater with large auxiliary heater behind passenger seat. New brakes all around. I bought if from the mechanic who did the conversion. He used to haul parts from Ennis to Bozeman. It has minor rust at the bottom of tailgate and behind the drivers door as shown in the pictures and the windshield is cracked. I had plans to do the minor body work and paint it but you know what they say about plans. It needs nothing mechanically.
Call 406-549-5943 to see and drive. I am looking for a Chevy crew cab 4×4 truck with a long box and automatic and would trade up or down depending on what you have.”
“1961 Willies for Sale. Please call 605-261-0063″
Two different projects available from this seller:
“#1 – black willys wagon , 1953 , body is strait , original seats , have all the glass and trim , buick 455 (bent push rod) not running , turbo 400 trans , dana 20 t-case , clean title on non-op , axles just sitting under it , $1200 o.b.o.
#2 – a 1945 willys mb , custom tube frame , buick v6 does run , chevy 4 speed muncie trans , dana 20 t-case , project , $1200 o.b.o.
also have a set of 3/4 ton chevy axles , $500 o.b.o.
O.B.O. or package deal or trade
everything is a project , nothing can drive , everything needs to be trailered or towed .
I don’t see many of these with the original seats.
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” Willys 1961 Traveler, if you’re looking you may already know the rarity of the Willys Traveler. If you are not I would suggest a good search of the internet, try “Willys production numbers” for a start. As if it wasn’t rare enough it has all the Civilian model Traveler specific parts in tact. I have been fooling with old Willys stuff since 1972 and have never seen one with all the pieces intact. It has the factory fold up rear bench seats, it has the roof mounted spare tire carrier, it has the rear sliding side windows, it has the step plate between rear bumper and the body all still attached. These ultra rare pieces are one of the things that makes it an ideal restoration candidate. The numbers are all correct for a 1961 Traveler and it comes with a good, clean title in my name. It’s 4 wheel drive with the desirable straight “6″ 226 cubic inch flathead motor. The motor spins over by hand. the transmission and transfer case are in place.
Steve spotted this ad. The seller wants to sail around the world, so he’s selling his wagon.
“Trying to raise money to sail around the world so I’m selling my toys, this truck is fast…..
Engine is a 440hp out of a cop car, rebuilt, with edlebrock performer heads, cam, timing gear, intake and carb.
the truck needs some work, mostly cosmetic, but trans need to be swapped out for another. current trans has no reverse. to much stuff to list, call for viewing and info 215-586-0765″
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was listed at $3500.
“1958 Willys wagon with small block 327 and original 3 speed manual trans.
4wd with pto driven winch, rare utility doors in lieu of clamshell doors.Power steering and power brakes.
Not a driver as it needs some work to be driven, but a solid, cool project that gets compliments and looks all the time.”
Given this has a Warn OD, it might be a good deal. No pics provided.
“4×4 with Warn OD selecto hubs factory spot light Top is sound does not leak Engine needs overhaul drive train and motor all stock 226 Hurricane flat head 6 cyl T90 3spd Hi Low range spliter with Waren overdrive makes 12 speeds forward 4 in reverse. Some rust issues. All body panels available online. Good vehicle for restoration project. 20,000 fully restored. Tranny and transfer case rebuilt 3000 miles ago. Comes with tow bar. Fully restored Willy’s vehicles can be viewed at willysamerica.com Not selling for parts. Cash only. $950.00 negotiable.( 707) 725-2549″
UPDATE: Still Available
(04/27/2013) “Very nice condition, recent paint, weather stripping, suspension and drive train rebuilt,everything works as it should. Reconditioned Chevy 283 engine swap, new clutch flywheel and pressure plate. Mallard Blue with white interior. Three speed on floor with two speed trasfer case.
call 978 399 4044″
This might be worth a look.
“1958 Willys Wagon with F134 engine overdrive runs and drives new fuel tank tune up alternator current registration and title needs restoration $2100 OBO”
UPDATE: Was priced at $4300. **SOLD**
It appears the body has seen lots of good work. still some project work left before it runs.
“951 Willy’s Wagon. Partially restored. Here is a bit about it.
Most of the wiring was original and was not in good shape so it has all been taken out (with the exception of the ignition wiring) and has been replaced with an aftermarket 21 circuit easy wiring harness which is partially put in.
The bumpers were taken off of it when I stripped it down to work on and paint it. New bumpers have been installed.
The seats are out of it for ease of access to the interior. I have the original back seat. The front seats were replacement seats when I got it, and in poor shape. I do have a clear title, and it is registered in the State of Washington.
UPDATE: Still Available
(05/21/2013) Looks solid. It needs a pto shaft.
“L6-226 Flathead, driveline is original with the exception of 12v conversion and electronic fuel pump, Koenig PTO winch (need driveshaft for winch), Warn overdrive, Warn front locking hubs, wagon is 99% all original, interior still has wood slats, Willys floor rubber, all seats, headliner, etc, Willys stamped rear bumper, all chrome molding, lettering and grille slats, etc. I am the 4th owner of the Wagon. I have the original manuals and a pretty good paperwork trail for the history of the wagon. If interested shoot me an email and we can discuss further.
UPDATE: Still Available. Listed in 2011 for sale with same pictures.
(08/22/2011) “Would be a great project! Very rare 1947 Willy’s Overland Panel Jeep for sale.”
We hit our goal on Monday of seeing three car museums in Indiana and enjoying lunch with Steve at an old fashioned diner called Schoops. The downside was . . . when we tried to leave Indiana, we encountered road construction and blocked traffic (I-80 westbound was standstill). What should have taken an hour and a half took three hours. We went right to bed and just woke up a little bit ago. So, there will likely be no updates today.
However, I do have this neat photo Randy shared. The wagon below was one of several (exactly how many we haven’t determined) built by Kaiser for touring Hawaii. Note the four doors, extended bodies, and sun roofs.
It looks in good shape. Plus if you like skulls.
“Selling a nice 1961 Willy’s Overland 4X4 wagon. It has a Buick 350 with an automatic, power steering, and power breaks. Has tilt steering and power bucket seats. New wheels with good tires. Runs and drives great, and is in very good condition. Must see and drive.
$6,000 obo. Cash only, no scammers.
Please call 970 541-8543 No text or emails.”
UPDATE: Was $1000. **SOLD**
“62 willys all original runs and drives,needs fuel pump rebuilt.”
There have been several Craigslist Ads for this California parts dealer. Maybe they have something you need?
This might be worth a look.
“’62 Willys Wagon- complete. Original straight six runs great. Good body-never chopped, cut up or “stump-jumkpered”. Can text or e-mail info or more pics.”
UPDATE: Status Unknown. Was priced at $1750
(06/02/2013) This might have potential given the solid body.
“1953 Willy’s Wagon
4 cylinder, 3 speed manual, dual lever transfer case, solid Dana axles front and rear
Numbers matching, verified by Kaiser Willy’s
Body and frame are solid. Some patch work required on the body.
Asking $1750 or best reasonable offer.
Contact Alex at 781-439-1651 or email via reply to post”