Craig shared this one. Lots of updates. Unclear what needs finishing.
“I’M JUST FINISHING MY 1963 WILLYS 4X4 WAGON, IT STARTED OUT AS A RUST FREE ARIZONA WAGON THAT HAD A FRAME OFF NUT AND BOLT RESTORATIIN IT HAS A 350 CHEVY WITH A WARN OVERDRIVE, POWER DISC BRAKES, CUSTOM BUILT BUMPERS, heavy duty custom trailer hitch, and electric brake controller, , electric windshield wipers, new wiring harness, all new glass, and rubber gaskets, all new guages, base coat clear coat paint, all fresh INTERIOR, new heater new custom exhaust,
If the add is up i still have it,and im not interested in any help to sell it.too”
James spotted this build. Wow, what a price!
“1961 Willys Jeep Wagon: 4 years for a complete body off frame restoration. Approximately 189 miles since completion.
New upholstery, air conditioning, power steering, power brakes (disc front-drum rear). All bright metal trim, bumpers, wheels, steps and seat frames power coated satin black. New paint, weather seals, rubber body mounts, window trim, wiper drive system and wiring. New Michelin 245/75r/15 tires mounted on stock factory wheels.
Installed all new or rebuilt running gear parts off 1982 and 1987 TOYOTA four-wheel drive pick-up trucks. 22R motor, Weber carburetor, 2 ½ inch stainless steel exhaust and Flo Master muffler, 4-wheel drive transfer case, 5 speed, standard shift, transmission with over-drive in 5th gear, all new shock absorbers and stabilizer bars.
Buyer, at his expense, will be responsible for making all shipping arrangements of vehicle to his selected designation.
Additional pictures of the restoration project are available on a CD disc for $10.00 plus postage, and will be fully refundable if the vehicle is purchased.
Purchase price: $57,700, or best reasonable offer”
Quite the paint job!
“1951 willys jeep panel wagon. 350 Chevrolet engine. New paint job. New tires. Call”
Seller lists a CJ-3A, but I don’t see one among the jeeps.
“Jeep wagons -2500.00 obo
Postal jeep 1250.00 obo
Jeep pickup 1250.00 obo
Cj 3 2500.00 obo
Cj 5 2500.00 obo”
It’s a project.
“Up for sale is a project 1956 Willys panel truck. Have lost interest in it. I started to tear this down and have most of the parts that came with it. Asking $2200 obo. No title only bill of sale. Someone come get this Unique and rare truck”
Paul Barry of Willys America forwarded these three jeeps he spotted for sale this morning.
1967 Jeepster Commando:
Nicely updated wagon.
“Summer cruiser. This is a great little Willys wagon that has an older restoration that is still in great shape. It looks great and the 4-bolt main 350 sounds fantastic. It has a 700R4 transmission to get that great overdrive and fuel economy for cruising to those great summer cruise ins’. I have a three-ring notebook and a cd full of the history for this great little rig. I will list a few items below but really to much to list all so if you are interested please call and we can discuss.
350 with a 4-bolt block W/Comp cam
Flow master 50 mufflers
700-R4 Automatic transmission
Vintage air conditioning
Dakota digital dash instruments
Power steering and Brakes
Disc brakes on the front
American Racing wheels that were put on just before I purchased it
Front suspension – Heidt’s Super Ride 2
Rear End is a Currie 4 link
Coil overs front and rear
Paint overall is in great shape but as all older restoration could use come spot work as I show in one of the pictures but if you look at the CD I have, you will see they did a great job on it. Lots of pictures.
If you are looking for a great cruiser this summer give me a call and come look at this little beauty. I will not respond to emails so put your contact information in the email and I can contact you. I prefer a phone call, but Text is ok. You won’t be disappointed in this little rig.”
UPDATE: Status Unknown. Was $16,500.
(01/20/2017) Craig shared this ad. Looks good.
“1961 Jeep Willys station wagon, 6-226, 4×4, 90s restoration, garage kept. Very few miles put on since restoration. All original except transmission, transfer case, and engine block. Have receipts for parts, mechanics manual, and master parts list. California vehicle.”
Paul Barry of Willys America shared these photos he took from the 2017 Portland Swap Meet at the Portland Expo Center. The black truck is priced at $12,000. The red wagon has no engine. The other two trucks are rough.
Dan spotted this traveller. It’s a bit rough, but could have some hard-to-find Traveller parts.
“Rare Willy’s wagon, 4 wheel drive, body only, no motor, no transmission. Jeep wagoneer. Paid $900 for it and then another $600 for front and rear axles, so no low balls. Project for sure but distinctive Americana.”
UPDATE: Price dropped to $10,000.
(11/03/2016) Looks road ready.
“1951 Willis jeep wagon has S10 frame with all S10 running gear2.2 4 cylinder motor all S10 gauges all new window rubber new seats. Rallys with brand new tires automatic transmission will trade no junk no pay pal text or call.”
No engine. Could have some value.
‘1958 jeep willys wagon from south dakota some rust but very good for the year. no motor, has trans.”
UPDATE: Still Available.
(03/18/2017) Roger’s got this nice looking wagon for sale. You can see more pics on eBay. Contact Phone: 325-234-4306
For Sale: 1955 Willys Wagon, Flathead Six, with overdrive, new transfer case, insulated firewall, 5 new Coker whitewall tires, Quite Ride Acoustic and Heat Shield Kit, new carpet kit, new upgraded 12 Volt two speed windshield wiper motor, new heater valve and new fuel sender. Other parts to be included: car cover, new alternator, new electronic distributor, tuneup kit and service manual. Not willing to Deliver, but will assist with shipping. Price Negotiable.
Dan spotted this one. Has an updated engine.
“I have done everything to make this rig original. The engine is a rare 230/6 cylinder O H Cam toronado I completely rebuilt it @ 84,805 All body work is done inside & out. needs upholstery. call W/questions”
No pics provided. has rebuilt engine and tranny.
“1955 Willys Wagon
Brand new hurricane engine (0 miles), rebuilt transmission, 2″ lift, and all the parts to get her in great running condition. This Willys came from Alaska so there is minimal rust. The ole girl was used as a hunting vehicle and has had 3 owners. Lots of parts, original and new. Original full manual and clean title.”
Craig spotted this one. Note the backwards front fender in the rear. Can’t say I’ve seen that one before.
“Hi I have a 1951 jeep willys wagon on a K20 4×4 chassis.
Would be a great rat rod!! Or cool 4×4 asking $1500 obo May trade for gooseneck or wrangler stuff tj”
UPDATE: Back on eBay
(10/19/2016) These wagons were produced in Brazil between 1960-1977. Learn more at the 3B site. This is likely one of only a couple of these in the US.
“1966 Willys Wagon / Willys Wagoneer. This is a very nice car and runs great The car is in good condition, seats that are in good condition (small tear on passenger side). Car is ready to go.”
View all the information on eBay
Nice looking wagon.
“This is a 1951 Willys Overland.
Last year it was modified by previous owner:
year 2000 Chevrolet Tahoe Engine (V8 Vortec)
year 2000 Chevrolet Tahoe Front Suspension
year 2000 Chevrolet Tahoe Disk brakes up front, drum brakes back
It´s in really good shape, runs great, feels much safer and steadier than before, and has no rust. It´s no longer a 4×4 and it is rear wheel drive.
This Jeep Overland is a Mexican car with a clean title, and will be legally imported to the U.S through San Diego if a buyer is found. I can also arrange for the truck to be shipped anywhere in U.S at buyer´s´expense.”
UPDATE: Still Available.
(03/28/2017) Has a variety of updates.
“1947 Panel body on 1961 Willys 4×4 Will consider trade for property-vehicles.”
“This Jeep is sharp, Buick 350 V-8, Barn doors, 3 speed manual transmission, 4×4. She runs strong and drives nice.
Registered non-op, pink slip in hand, clean title
It’s street legal and ready to come off non-op. NO smog required.
There is some rust on the lower front rocker panels and some surface rust but over all a great looking vehicle.
Interior is not finished. She has lots of new and extra part’s.
True survivor, sound vehicle. Great for a desert project-4wheel drive, or street cruiser. Willy’s the original Jeep!
No trades, No help required in selling, No-unsolicited services or offers.”
UPDATE: Price dropped to $3800.
(02/15/2017) Missing some trim, but could be worth a look.
“Nice restoreable jeep.
4 cylinder engine
3 speed on column”
UPDATE: Still Available.
()6/14/2016) “1949 Jeep Willys Overland
2 wheel drive
2 door station wagon
Has new engine.
“This is a very nice cancer free original 4 x 4 wagon it has a 390 hp summit racing crate engine that I have paperwork for three speed manual transmission with a Dana overdrive that you can split in any gear has new leaf springs and shocks The seats have been redone and powder coated willing to take 10,000 without crate engine will give a 292ci inline 6 for that price”
UPDATE: Still Available.
(11/13/2016) Nice looking rig. Apparently lacks heat & air.
“Frame off restoration, Chevy 350/350, Mustang II suspension, Many custom parts and modifications, too much to list.”
This one looks nice.
“COMING OUT OF WINTER STORAGE SOON . This is a very well preserved and solid unrestored vehicle that appears to have spent most of it’s life in the South. It has new springs, shocks and wiring making it a solid feeling and comfortable driver. The stock 4 cylinder engine is quiet and smooth running. There are chips and scratches in an older repaint, showing natural patina for it’s age.
If you know these vehicles you know there are a number of places they commonly rusted; floors, rockers, tailgate, tailgate hinges and around the rear wheel wells. All these areas are unusually rust free except for a small patch under your heel at the accelerator. Also, there is an unusual rust line in the back just under the roof gutter due to a hole in the gutter. Been assured by two body men this is an easy simple fix. It’s a fun, simple vehicle to tinker with.
I’ve looked for this vehicle for over 30 years, just because I liked how it looked. Turned out it’s a much more solid and better driver than expected. Problem is I’m also another 30 years older. I have too many cars and am in the process of down sizing, losing much of my garage space.
So reluctantly, I’m putting it on the market, along with other cars, for a fair price for what it is and for a bit less than I have into it. If you have ever been interested in these early 2 wheel drive wagons this may be the last one you will see in this fine shape and price range for the next 30 years. Historically these have been more expensive than the Jeepsters on the same chassis. Jeepsters have taken off the last few years, making this a good potential investment. $11,500 or best reasonable offer.”