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! ”
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″
UPDATE: Price dropped to $18999
(07/04/2014) Nice wagon!
1957 Jeep Willys title status : clean
Collector 1957 Kaiser Willys Jeep overland station wagon
‘Super Hurricane”engine – flat head 226
[engine number 33885 – Toledo, Ohio]
3 speed transmission(stock); 6-226 with 16 L Head Motor. Horsepower: 105@3600 rpm. Torque: 190 lb-ft. compression ratio: 6.9 to 1. Valvetrain: L-Head.
I am the third owner and I have $21000+ invested.
Have done the following work on it since I purchased it:
NEW: tires(Dec 2012) , exhaust, front chromed grille, fuel pump, front spring shackles and all spring bushings, engine mounts, electric 2-speed wiper motor, fuel tank and fuel pump, sending unit, master cylinder and brakes, shocks and after market seat belts, radiator overflow tank, carpet kit, starter solenoid, voltage regulator, 40,000 volt coil, new electronic distributor
Installed overflow tank for radiator.
New rear differential pinion seals and rear bushings.(Feb 2013)
Changed all fluids.
No auto dealers PLEASE!! FIRM on price”
UPDATE: Price dropped to $3000
(06/27/2014) Can’t tell much from this one photo.
“1961 willys for sale. 4×4 new clutch and exhaust . Original super hurricane 6cyl engine.
Runs but needs new bearings in the engine. New floor pans and fairly straight body . Have a tbi Chevy 350 engine that could be installed at an extra cost at our shop.”
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”
Has potential for a project.
“1947 Willys Panel truck. Great potential for project hot rod, cruiser, 4×4 ???. Has both barn doors. Rolling chassis. No hood. Front 10 slot clip is in great condition. R/side was cut for window but not thru body lines. Left side has not been touched. This is a factory 2wd chassis. No motor or transmission.
Sold with Bill of Sale & statement of facts only. Unit has been sitting for over 20 years, no current paperwork. ”
UPDATE: Price dropped to $7500.
(10/21/2014) Lots of updates here.
“ONE OF A KIND nice hot rod . Don’t see these at car shows. This vehicle is hot rodded with a 47 willys body on a chevy S 10 frame with a 318 mopar drive train. A daytona biker theme. Sounds good and is a real head turner. lots of thumbs up. Call”
No obvious rust.
“To many projects, must go. 1953 Willys Delivery Wagon, body, fenders, hood, grill and misc. Body in great shape. Little rust in front floor boards. No frame or drive train. $1200.”
Looks good. The taillights are interesting.
“1948 Willys Jeep Delivery – Street Rod. 350 Chevy Engine, Edelbrock Intake and Carb., 350 Transmission, Chevrolet rear end, Mustang II front end, Painless Wiring, Classic Star Wire by Weld Wheels, A/C by Airtique, Tilt Steering, 1994 GM Color (Raspberry)”
UPDATE: Still Available
(01/28/2014) It runs and drives. It looks great on the outside, but the interior could use some cleaning.
“I have a classic Willys Wagon that I had shipped out here from Chico, Ca.. Was my Grandpas hunting wagon. Has Chevy inline 6(250), 700r4 od trans to stock spicer 18 tcase (4×4). This is setup for driving to the lease, titled and tagged. Has a winch( not hooked up), pick,shovel, gun racks…. I drive it around town, people love it. Driver door window glass is cracked, few dents and a little rust( not much). Pretty original, unmolested Jeep with some drivetrain upgrades. 5:38 axle gears, so 60 mph even with overdrive, but rides nice for a classic. Needs to be restored to be perfect or drive as is. Only interested in trades right now, NOT for sale. 72 or older Chevy or Gmc truck, Camaro, Chevelle roller project, other Jeeps, lowered rides like Silverado… What ya got? Lookin’ around 6 grand for trade.”
This wagon has potential. The engine has been removed.
“1951 Willys Wagon all orginal and complete , Engine is 161 L-Head 6, which is out being ready for rebuild, spare core engine included (hard to find). $2000 with out engines, $2300 with. CLEAR TITLE, very little rust all repairable, solid floors+ all Oak wood floor rails.”
“1947 Panel body on 1961 Willys 4by4 Will consider trade for compact tractor with bucket or property-vehicles.”
It needs work, but it appears to have potential.
“Complete needs work but very solid and pretty much all parts there to do resto call or text for more info offers need to move need the space”
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $5000.
It’s got an updated motor. Appears solid.
“Semi restored. Chevrolet 6 cylinder engine. Asking $5000.00 or best offer”
I like the SPEEDY SERVICE logo.
“1947 Willys Station Wagon, new Torque Thrust II Wheels, New seat, no engine or trans. Nice for street rod, rat rod or restoration. Solid truck with rust in usual places. will trade for cows cattle, 4×4 s10 with 2.8″
UPDATE: Still Available
(09/24/2014) Looks good.
“1962 Willys 4×4 wagon. Great condition, Great running condition.”
UPDATE: Price dropped to $7500.
(08/29/2014) Most windows don’t have glass.
“Here is a 1946 Willys Jeep done RatRod style. It has the Patina look exterior with clear coat sprayed over it. It has a good running 350 engine and a smooth shifting 350 Transmission. It sits on S-10 frame with P/S and P/B. Yes it has rust in different places but just adds to the character. It has no glass in it except the windshield. It runs and drives good. It”s just a cool ride that you could drive and enjoy as is or restore as you like.”
Lots of updates.
“High end restore of a no rust western Willy’s Overland wagon 1958….clean and straight with professional build, using a corvette 327 sbsc base and 4spd muncie trans… built and runs excellent. Much more invested. Very nice interior….zero rust body, and high end finish and paint.”
Lots of mods. The ad includes pics of the restoration.
“The owner purchased this Jeep in 2012 with the hope of enjoying this classic car. It was already restored when he purchased it. He always kept it garaged and maintained, but unfortunately didn’t use it as much as he thought he would. It now needs a new home.”
View all the information on eBay
UPDATE: Still Available
(10/15/2014) This looks good.
“Fantastic 1955 Jeep – Runs Smooth and Drives.
This is a fantastic Jeep. Engine is the original and preferred 226-L6 Super Hurricane flat 6 and was just gone through by an experienced classic car guy. Partial restoration is done. Body is fantastic and rust free. Starts easy, runs great and fun to drive. This is a vintage 1955 Jeep Wagon, America’s first 4×4 SUV. It will climb 57 degree grades (although I have not tried) and brings smiles everywhere it goes. Ready for the new owner to recover the seats and side panels in desired color. This is a GOOD ONE – Body not rusted. Work done in 2013/2014 includes: New fuel pump and lines, New fuel tank, Professionally overhauled Carb, New water pump and hoses, conversion from 6v to 12v with new Willys alternator and battery, and much more. Fun to tinker and will be an easy restoration finish as show car or daily driver. This vehicle is complete; original seats (front and rear) acquired and ready for cover. All parts ever needed in future are easily available from Willys – easy to work on. If you are interested is a unique, fun vintage Jeep, please email.”
UPDATE: **Status Unknown** Was $6500.
(09/20/2014) Looks like a nice wagon. Seller is having an ignition problem, but it does run. It may only be for sale through the weekend.
“ok so here’s the deal. I posting my wagon for sale through the weekend because quite frankly I’m frustrated. It has a 1970 ford 250 L6 with clifford headers and T90 3 speed with overdrive and twin stick transfer case that where both recently (less then a year ago) rebuilt. Just had all new leaf springs, shackels and shocks put on. I started having ignition problems a couple weeks ago and, not being terribly mechanically inclined, especially with electronics, I don’t want to deal with it right now. I just put in a new pertrnix electric points and flame thrower coil, all new plug wires and distributor cap. Until this it was my daily driver and is a blast to drive. It IS running right now but I don’t know that I would trust it to drive very far. it has some other non mechanical issues that are fairly simple, needs the speedometer/gauge cluster repaired or replaced, about a hundred bucks for a new replacement, the drivers door handles needs to be replaced, all the parts for which are easily available on E bay. It has some rust as would be expected on a car this old and it needs a U joint to put the front drive line back in. I was planning on replacing the pulley system windshield wipers(which has been converted to electric) to individual motors. I also have a bunch of random extra parts. Really, for someone with some mechanical skills this could be a damn nice rig fairly easily. get it before I change my mind…”