Craigs spotted this one. It runs and appears worth a look.
“I’ve got a great 1953 Willys Station Wagon up for sale. This was the first 4 wheel drive station wagon to be produced.
It Currently runs quite well, it has a 4 cylinder over head valve engine with 75,000 miles.
The body has a very nice patina and not much rust.
The Willys needs brakes and tires.”
Needs brakes. Could use work on the seats.
“1953 Willy s Overland station wagon ,,,,Motor Runs ,,but needs Brakes. Everything for the jeep is there 4 cylinder motor.Standard Transmission,,,,,,Could be a Cool Woody Wagon,,,,,,Lien Sale ,,title,,asking $2850.00”
Need some more pics of this one. It looks interesting.
“1956 Willys jeep panel wagon turned into a truck. Body is solid. Homemade bed with seats in the back to haul around your buddies. Would be perfect on the farm or to mess around in the woods with. Tired are pretty decent. It needs a head gasket and will be good to go. All the parts are there. Motor isn’t stuck. Make a cash offer or let me know what you have to trade!”
UPDATE: Pics now provided. It’s a project.
“This thing is amazing and in great shape with many brand new parts ready to put together! Willy’s Jeep Sedan Delivery Panel Van Wagon. Split windshield. Stock front I beam. Axle cowl pop up. Rear Rounded Fender Wells. Rare!!
Cargo Floor Wood Rails. Low cargo floor. Brand new short block engine, Brand new parts,rubber moldings etc… Does need transmission. Body in Excellent shape!! Serious inquiries only!! Can provide extra pictures to those that are serious! $18000”
It doesn’t have a fan for the radiator? Maybe the seller miswrote?
“1949 Willys wagon first year of 4×4. Has Super Hurricane Flat 6 engine over drive winch is a warn 8000 older restoration small spot of rust in r/h rear fender area good driver or project will heat up on longer drive have a fan for radiator not installed may just need work on shroud extra engine as well also other parts and tools. Good headliner.
Mike’s got his nice looking wagon for sale. Just don’t mention it to his dog.
“1959 Willys Station Wagon
– Excellent condition, ‘un-molested’, rust free
– Super Hurricane straight 6 engine. Starts, idles, runs very well
– 4 wheel drive with overdrive (installed 2013)
– 7 year old paint (Jeep Emergency Green), no rust, fresh chrome
– Garage kept, driven +/-1,000 miles per year, no off-roading or inclement weather
– Not perfect, very good condition, clean title, driven regularly
– Comes with set of original steel rims, OEM spotlight, oak strip floor boards, etc”
“1958 Willys Maverick wagon. 2 wheel drive. 4cylinder. 3 speed with overdrive. New glass. Runs great.”
I thought the rims on this were interesting.
“949 Willys 360 Chrysler, needs transmission. Body rough, many good parts. Clear title, engine runs great, fix the trans and drive it.”
I really had to stare at this one for a while. I *think* this is might be a 2A with some 3B and wagon parts. But, it also has full floaters in the rear. I like the “original” flathead engine that is actually an f-head.
“1948 Willys Jeep with flat head 4 cyc original engine, manual, 4×4, all matching numbers…. this jeep has plowed our snow for years….”
Has a variety of updates.
“so, I’ve owned her for about 5 years. it was bone stock when I got her, but as a daily driver I couldn’t deal with the 45mph top speed. so I swapped in a crate 350, 700r4 automatic transmission and a Ford 8.8 rear end. also upgraded was a aluminum radiator with a pusher fan, converted her 12 volt , and all the other odds and ends to make her reliable.
Drove it like that for three years, then got another daily driver. its been parked in my yard ever since, with only the occasional crank up and idle every month or so..
it’s now time to let her go.”
“Hello Craigslist. Here i have a true classic 1958 willys jeep. It is in running conditions. so you can test drive it. It has a pretty good bone white color paint. This jeep is pretty solid and is being sold as is with pink slip in hand.”
Has a little floor rust and includes the original hurricane engine.
“owned since 1974
solid floors, minor rust (see photos)
283 Chevy V8 engine
factory Warren overdrive
factory Warren hubs
comes with original Hurricane 6 engine and extra hood”
Craig spotted this. It has a sidewinder winch.
“54 willys waggon got it from my uncle he said it ran about a year ago and the motor is free just isnt getting spark the motor is a flat head 6 hurricane with a manual tranny car needs love but is passible to do as a project call or text any questions”
UPDATE: Still Available. This was for sale back in 2014.
“Very cool 1959 willys maverick buick 225v6 th200 transmission ford9inch rear end real head turner”
That yellow sure is a bright color.
“This is a very nice Willys wagon. It always attracts an audience wherever it goes. It was featured in Jeep Action magazine Nov/Dec 2014, and most recently, it was displayed indoors at the Ocean City convention center, during Jeep week. A lot of time and money was spent on it. The engine, transmission, and transfer case were rebuilt. There are a lot of new parts new radiator, water pump, carburetor, tires, master cylinder, battery, etc. A new Warn overdrive was installed for highway speeds, and new 11″ self adjusting brakes front & rear. The list goes on!”
Runs and drives with an updated engine.
“1961 Willys Wagon 289 V-8 with original 3 speed and 2 speed transfer case. New brakes, exhaust, springs, shocks. Very good mechanical condition. Body has some rust. Excellent for hunting or four-wheeling.”
Steve spotted this one. Maybe some value here?
“1950 willys overland panel no reasonable offer refused ”
Craig forwarded this ad. We both agree that is Home Depot Orange!
“This is a 1963 Station Wagon that has been rebuilt from the ground up many new items
refurbished and body has been stripped to bare metal and all panels have been repaired
as needed with skilled labor applied . All mechanicals also have been replaced as needed
or repaired many hours of labor involved in this project. It has a Chevrolet 350 Engine
which has been tastefully installed and under hood looks like it belongs there as new.
Interior will need to be finished and can be done as you choose. All parts are available to
finish this project Thank You for your interest.”
UPDATE: **Status Unknown** was $15,000.
(08/11/2016) A lot of work has been put into this one.
“Nice 1948 Custom Willy 327 Chevy engine air bag up to date tags tinted windows. power windows
this Willy is all metal”
UPDATE: Price dropped to $2500.
“1959 Willys Maverick Wagon. Fairly rare 2wd Maverick wagon. Very solid and straight body which has been in the desert all it’s life. No engine but originally had the “F” head 4 cyl which was removed for a rebuild and lost but an easy engine to find if you want to go back to original. Has not been driven in over 30 years. Only rust is in the front floors due to the floor mat retaining moisture but other than that you will have a hard time finding a more solid wagon than this one. Interior is shot due from being exposed to the desert sun over the years. Has the straight axle/ leaf springs up front so if you wanted to convert it to 4wd it would be easy. It will make a great restoration, rat rod or custom project. $2500 Don’t contact helping to sell it- not interested. It’s a project and will need to be towed. Call and leave your # if your interested and I’ll return your call as soon as I can.”
Glenn spotted this one. He noted that one photo shows an OD Shift Handle that is worth quite a lot.
“We are open to buy or trade offers, even though we have lowered the price significantly below our investment into this project Willys wagon.
We purchased this Willys about seven years ago to do a full restoration in our restoration shop. We have never had time to get to it with all our other projects. It is in such nice restorable condition we would love to do the complete restoration, but are not going to get time to do it now that we are trying to retire and have key personnel shortage due to health issues.
This is a Willys Wagon in which the previous owner had started restoration. Many extra parts were accumulated and go with it, in the thousands of dollars value. I have seriously considered selling the vehicle parted out along with the massive amount of extra parts on ebay as it would be substantially more return, but have not done so yet as it would take so much time which is very limited for us.
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $12,000.
Jim’s selling his 1948 Willys Overland 2 wheel drive Station Wagon. It is a well kept older restoration, with the original 4 cylinder flat head, 3 speed on the column. No rust Runs great. $12,000″
UPDATE: Still Available.
(07/07/2016) If as solid as advertised this could be a good project. It runs and has a flathead Ford V8.
“Helping my grandpa sell his car it’s a 1949 jeep 4×4 with a flat head v8 ford Motor same era car runs and stops need interior work and paint the body is straight no dents no major caner/rust clean car just needs some love”
No pics provided.
“This vehicle is a Willys Maverick. It is ranked as a very rare find. This is a,restorable vehicle that is complete. Items that are missing. headliner, one rear interior panel, it has 3 original rims no caps, have 64 chevy straight six not the original Kaiser 6 and not installed, missing side moldings, only has original front seat frame.
The Willys Maverick was originally produced through the sponsorship of the Maverick western comedy tv show. It was produced with a different windshield, one piece instead of two, different side moldings, and a upgraded suspension that was later used in the rebranded 64 jeep wagoneer. This vehicle is described as “very rare”.
This is a very restorable vehicle with quite a story. I hate to part with it , but maybe someone else can find the time to breathe life into this unique vehicle. ”