Not sure how much value is here. The body, which needs work, is sitting on a Toyota chassis.
“This 52 Willys is sitting on a modern Toyota truck chassis giving it power steering and disc brakes as well as a tilt steering wheel that comes with it. It has been chopped 5″. This is a very solid roller that is going to make somebody a badass hot rod. Again, it is a roller (no motor/transmission). I can deliver it if necessary for a handle (thats the big bottle) of Jack Daniels or a Gallon of moonshine. rat rod, project, jeep, vintage”
UPDATE: Still Available.
(05/05/2016) The trailer is cool.
“2nd year of these post war vehicles. I’m 3rd owner and 1st owner outside the original family who bought it new. This is a 2WD model with the Planar front suspension. All seats including the 7th “mother-in-law” seat back by the spare tire. Interior and glass disassembled, bagged and labeled for sandblasting. Pictures show some before and after shots. I have over $1000 in new parts (patch panels, etc.). Also have a matching trailer made from a Panel version of these vehicles.”
Looks like it would be powered by a V8 or something, but it still has an f-head.
“Beautiful 1951 Jeep original 39,000 miles 4 cylinder with overdrive
This vehicle is drivable and ready to cruise ,or fun at the weekend car shows.
Would cool to have a surfboard for the top, would make a fantastic beech vehicle!
Please call ne emails or text will be answered due to spam
Dealers ,I do not need help selling !
This is only a 3 owner vehicle and has always been garaged. Original paint , the upholstery has been newly redone.”
These look like a good price. Seller notes they are for a 1966 wagon.
“new firewall and one floor tin also bottom hinge for rear hach made by hanson still in tube cash talks so dose trade”
No pics provided.
“1954 Willys deluxe 2 door 4×4 wagon. Cab & chasis with rebuilt 283 engine”
UPDATE: Status Unknown. Was $4000.
Has a Blazer chassis.
“Sedan Delivery body, sits on a 1994 Chevy S10 Blazer frame. 4.3L V6, automatic transmission. No heater. Runs great! $4000.00 OBO,”
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $14,500.
“Nice 1959 Willys Utility Wagon 4×4 fully restored with L6-226 engine. Fun to drive. Must see to appreciate. Serious purchasers only. No trades.”
Engine is out.
“This vehicle is a barn find and does not run. Motor is removed and disassembled. Front and rear windows have bullet hole. Several rusted-thru spots on lower body. Chrome is in great condition, inside and out. This Willys is cleaned-up and ready for restoration. Will consider all reasonable offers.”
UPDATE: **Status Unknown** Was $1200.
(05/15/2016) It looks like there’s value here.
“1957 willys wagon project, Has volare front suspension, 8 3/4 rear axle, setup for mopar small block, comes with alot of extra parts, has the factory split folding seats. Needs ALOT of work. Body is fair, no major rust, fire wall is cut out to add modern steering and brakes will take fabrication to finish, but would make a cool rat rod, Does not run, Engine block included for mock up. No transmission. Has clean title. $1200 firm maybe trade for small block chevy parts.”
UPDATE: Still Available.
(05/07/2016) Has no drivetrain.
“Great project wagon! Has no motor or transmission.”
UPDATE: Price dropped to $9995. I’m wondering if the seller meant $19995? At $9995 this looks like a great price.
Nice looking wagon.
“1947 Willys – Show Car/Collector piece, Maverick rear end, Mustang 2 front end, Buick motor, digital dash, $21,000 or best offer ”
Appears worth a look.
“Willys wagon roller in great shape, no engine but has lots of extra parts and a newly rebuilt transmission inside wagon.
Very minimal rust, a great start to your project, grill is not included. Picked up last summer, too good of shape to part out. No title.”
No drivetrain, but might make a good custom wagon.
UPDATE: **Status Unknown** Was $2000.
“1964 Willys jeep all original, 2nd owner, excellent body. No rust, no dents, no bonds. Needs engine.
2000.00 firm, serious inquiries only.’
UPDATE: Still Available.
(05/03/2016) It’s a project.
“I purchased this 1962 Willys Jeep Wagon as a project from someone who couldn’t keep it back in the 90’s. My plan was to continue the work he started but too many other projects got in the way. It has been stored in my barn waiting for me to get going…and now…well???
4 cylinder engine was rebuilt.
It comes with stainless steel exhaust and pipe, replacement fender skirts for rear, new hinge for tailgate, original seats. Frame is in very good shape, body needs a little work.
Great vehicle for someone who is handy!!!”
Has some upgrades. Note the government plate. Maybe old border patrol vehicle?
Very rare 1964 Jeep Willys wagon, the original SUV! The last year these were made. This one has the rare ambulance/barn style back doors instead of a tailgate. I bought it in 1998 and it had already been converted to a 350 Chevy V8 engine, it was my daily driver for years. It runs great. Of course it rattles and squeaks like any old vintage vehicle. I have all receipts and original vehicle service manual. License and registration are current.
Here’s a list of other upgrades done since I bought it.
Muncie granny 4 speed transmission
205 transfer case
MD44 3.54 R/P
Wagoneer type brake upgrade
Heavy duty custom radiator
valve cover gaskets
Has some rust here and there, but all in all a great old 4 wheel drive vehicle that can get you practically anywhere and is super fun to drive!”
UPDATE; **SOLD** Was $3500.
Looks like a good project.
“Sweet 1959 Willys wagon for sale! I bought this in 2000 in Gillette, WY. and drove it part time for a year or two while I was in college. I had big plans to restore it, but you know how that goes.
I was told when I bought it that the motor had been rebuilt. It has a Willys Superhurricane in line 6 cyl motor that always ran well for me. It’s a 3 speed and has 4-wheel drive, which worked last time I used it. I haven’t driven it for 7-8 years or so and its been stored indoors for the last 10 years. The body is in pretty good shape. It has some rust, mostly surface. It is rusted through above the rear wheel wells but seem like this wouldn’t be to hard to repair for someone who know what they are doing.
I have a brand new wiring harness that I never got around to putting in and I have the original manuals. The seats have been re-upholstered and are in great shape. Custom Willys Overland brake and clutch pedals and shifter knob. The headliner is all but gone and would need replacing. The wood slats in the back are also in good shape.
I love this thing which is why I haven’t parted with it yet. But, its probably time. I now live out of state and will never get around to it. It’s a rare find and would make a great restoration project. I’m asking $3500 or make me an offer.”
UPDATE: Still Available.
(05/12/2016) Looks nice.
“1949 Willy Jeep Station Wagon 350 Chevy engine -350 turbo automatic.
Centerline wheels and new tires.Small Ford bolt pattern. Extra new parts for planter front end. Runs and drives good Garage kept also.’
One runs and one is a parts wagon.
“Up for sale is a 1956 Willys Jeep Wagon with an extra 1954 wagon for parts. Many extra parts included. Small block Chevy runs strong. Needs some work but would make a great rat rod, mountain buggy or full resto project.”
May have potential.
“BUYER BACKED OUT…1948 WILLYS WAGON, 4 CY, STICK, MOTOR TURNS, GOOD PROJECT, RESTORE OR ROD. $2,500 OR BEST CASH OFFER AFTER YOU COME SEE IT, NO PHONE OFFERS”
Looks like a former vineyard wagon.
“1962 JEEP Willys Window Wagon , Completely Restored inside & out , 6 Clynder Flat Head , 4 Wheel Drive with Compound Low Gear, New Tires, Paint & Interior ,”
It needs some work.
“Selling 1952 willys wagon. Has a ford 312 y block out of a 1957 ford tunderbird, 3 speed with a ford 9 inch. Body is strait with minimum rust great patina. Needs some tlc. Needs brake, lights and vin verification for title. Wagon runs and drives. Asking 4300 obo any questions call or tex.”
No drive train.
“1947 Willys panel very clean body no motor no tranny ready to make a bad booty project”
This wagon just sold on eBay for $18,000. The inside sure looks nice, but the outside could use work.
“Sweet baby Jesus! This truck is cool! This little beauty is a 1962 Willys Wagon Overland with only 23,343 original miles. It has lived its entire life in Story, Wyoming plowing a 60′ driveway. It has always been maintained by the previous owners son who has been a mechanic for 30+ years. It starts, runs and drives great! It still has good power, shifts good but does need a little brake work as it pulls to the right when you brake. It is still running its original drivetrain with a 6-226 Super Hurricane motor and a 3 speed manual transmission and working 4×4.
The undercarriage if free from any corrosion or rust as is the rest of the truck. The floor boards are solid and it even has the original floor mats that are in exceptional shape. It also has the original seat belts, upholstery and headliner that are in amazing shape for their age. The tube radio still works when it gets warmed up and sounds pretty darn good. It has one small tear in the seat but nothing big enough to want to take the originality away. ”