UPDATE: Still Available
(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”
Looks like a nice rig.
“1951 Willys Wagon on an 85 k5 Chevy chassis. Has a 350/30over Lunati cam, Holly 650 carburetor, and new aluminum radiator. New transmission. Have all the stuff to hook up 4-wheel drive, driveshaft needs to be cut. Warren 8000 lb winch. B and M shifter. Interior is finished. All new auto meter gauges. All fresh motor and transmission oil. Ready to ride. $16500 OBO/Serious inquiries only please”
Unclear if either runs.
“Looking to sell my willys projects. Both are all original and complete. “
UPDATE: Price dropped to $300.
(07/03/2014) “53 willys wagon for sale.
Good for parts.
No pink slip
**SOLD** Was $6498
“Great 4 wheeler! Orange & white with black & grey interior; four reclining bucket seats; new carpet; Four speed with granny gear; winch runs off PTO; custom wheels with off road tires. Huge tail gate for lunch on the trail. 4 High & Low work great. Runs great! Priced to sell!”
UPDATE: Price dropped to $29,995
(06/17/2014) Nice looking wagon.
“Beautifully restored Willy’s wagon with new paint, glass, rubber, chrome, generator, battery, water pump, and brakes. The wagon has a 3 speed column shift with factory over-drive. Rear seats are removable for added room. This is restored to stock condition using original oem parts when available and to period correct specifications. This restoration represents over a year of work and effort. Financing available with approved credit. Partial trade-ins welcome. Laguna Classic Cars, Laguna Beach, CA.”
Looks solid. Has a funky back bumper.
“Hurricane Super 6 Cylinder Auto New Paint New Glass New Door Rubber No Rust One Owner”
Based on the seller’s comment, I believe all that faux wood grain was airbrushed. Must have taken quite a bit of time.
“Fully Restored, Air brush painted! If you can’t afford it don’t call.”
This one-of-a-kind smoker and BBQ was built from a 1954 Willys Wagon. It was created as a portable bbq kitchen for a restaurant in Mississippi called the The Shed (actually, two restaurants now) founded by the Orrison family. They chose to use a Willys because, “it’s like the oft repeated mantra of cooking great barbecue: You have to drive it ‘low and slow.’”
Medium.com has a long story about The Shed and their experience at a BBQ competition.
Here are a few photos from medium.com and from USA Today:
Another 1948 Package Delivery Van, except this is the California Body version. Compare it to Jesse’s version.
“Will sell all of my Jeeps for the low price of $10,000 (Firm) which takes into consideration that there are issues, minor to major with all 3. Do Not let this scare you off. This is a screaming Deal for what I have and definitely warrants the expenditure of some time to come and look if you are a serious Jeep buyer! 1. 1947 CJ2 2. 1951 Jeep pickup 3. 1948 Willys Overland Parcel Delivery (PD) Quite Rare! First two run and the PD was driven from San Francisco to Paynes Creek 18 years ago and has not been started since. It has the 4 cylinder flathead engine and the other two are F Heads. The 1947 has an F head that is a transplant out of a 1953 jeep station wagon. I will entertain the idea of parceling them out. I do not answer TEXT messages, If you wish to communicate with me you must respond to the Craig’s List email platform with your phone number and your first name and I will get back to you shortly. I can provide more pictures by request.”
It runs and drives.
“Looking to sell my 1963 Willys Wagon. I’ve got too many projects and need to cull the herd. This is a good weekend driver or project vehicle for someone with more time and money than I. Engine and trans runs strong, recently had the carburetor tuned, it runs like a top. It is a 3 speed manual transmission. 4wd and transfer case seem to work without issue. Recently replaced the stock metal fuel tank with a polyurethane tank and new fuel pump. It is a 60 year old vehicle so there are normal issues with a jeep of this age, its not a hot rod, needs tires, and there is some rust around the underside, tailgate and rear wheel well. Considering the age and rarity of finding these vehicles, it is in better shape than most I have found. It looks good, runs, drives and have title in hand, which is better than 90% of the others on the market. Cash only, no trades, no low ballers, want to sell ASAP, but please only reasonable serious offers.”
Still needs some work.
“Hi we have a 1948 willys panel van deluxe for sale was a father son project never had any time to work on it does need sum work inside it has a 67 elcomino motor which is a 287 bored out to a 307 has new tires pretty sweet paint job mostly complete has a 3 speed on the floor dual mufflers have brand new gas tank just isn’t installed yet have mostly all parts to put it in to much to list 4500obo call to set up apt to view thanks for looking”
UPDATE: **Status Unknown** Was $9500
(07/14/2014) Lots of updates to this wagon.
1954 Willy’s Wagon
Sits on a shortened, mid-80′s half ton blazer frame
3rd owner since it was built
Clear Oregon Title”
Not perfect, but might be worth a look.
“2 WD, 289 cu in ford engine, c4 automatic trans, p/s, good body, runs and drives well.”
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $3850
This photo looks photoshopped a bit, but I liked it just the same. The trailer is not for sale. The paint on the hood is peeling.
“1949 Willys Station Wagon. This is a sweet old 2wd Willys Wagon that is a fun car to own. Most of the early Willys Wagons had a small 4 cylinder engine, but this is a rare one with the 6 cyl. It also has a working overdrive, so it does a little better on the road. It has a recent new battery, and the previous owner said that he went throw the brakes. It runs nice and cool, even in the hot weather.
This summer, I have been driving it just about every day, but I’m sure most people would want to do a complete restoration on it. I’ve never taken it on long trip, just 50 – 100 miles or so. Like any old car, it needs attention to lots of little things. The brake lights only work when they want to, The old vacuum wipers work….unless your going up a steep hill, and the front floor has been patched very badly, and should be redone.”
Here’s a good looking wagon with updates.
” This wagon is one of a kind. 454c.i. Turbo 400 ,9in ford rearend w/373 gears .disk brakes all around Mustang II front end . Ladder bar w/coil over shocks.
All gauges have ben restored and converted to 12 volt. all glass is new laminated gray in rear section Clear tempered in doors. vacume wipers that work !
holly carb / electric fuel pump block hugging headers w thrush mufflers .
Hooser street Radials on warrior wheels
I reserve the right to end this listing early if It is sold locally .
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This good looking wagon was formerly in a Harley Davidson Dealership.
“1960 Willys Jeep Station Wagon. $15,000 OBO. This Classic Jeep has been Lifted and is 2X4 WD. 12 volt system and has a 350 small block with 4 barrel carb. Runs Great and Fun to Drive! The origin is from Arizona and it was a Harley Davidson dealer show room vehicle. Included are the following replacement parts: electric winshield wiper conversion, wiper blades and arms, drivers door window, headlight switch, and hi/low beam switch. Headlighs and some gagues are inop and it needs a front end alignment.”
UPDATE: Price dropped to $5975
(10/01/2013) This wagon looks good.
“1963 Willy’s Wagon Overlander 4×4
Very Rare & Cool Looking Wagon!!
Complete Restoration In 1997 Everything Works The Way It Should!!
Chevy 350 V8 Runs Strong, New Points, Plugs, Wires, Dynomax Exhaust
5 Speed T5 Transmission & Transfer Case, 4.10 Gears
15in American Racing Wheels Wrapped In 31in Tires With Plenty Of Tread Left
Locking Front Hubs
Factory Tinted Glass
New Alpine Stereo With 6in Speakers In The Front & 6×9 Speakers In The Rear
Very Clean Interior
Heater Works Great For Cold Mornings!”
UPDATE: Dan believe this is a Maverick.
(05/01/2014) Bob spotted this. I didn’t know there were islands in Lake Erie that were part of Ohio.
“1961 Willys Jeep Station Wagon. 4 cyl 3spd 76k original miles, runs well, needs tires.”
‘1954 Willys 4×4 wagon
Inline “hurricane” 6 cylinder engine
3 speed transmission, recently added overdrive,
Truck has typical rust rot (floors, quarters, etc)
I was going to turn this into a beach buggy, but don’t have the heart.
great candidate for restoration.
Price will go up as I make repairs/restoration.
Truck gets tons of looks wherever it goes.
Open to interesting trades.”
“1959 WILLY’S WAGON (FAMILY OWNED IT’S WHOLE LIFE))
UPDATE: Still Available
(03/16/2014) I think this is the sixth different wagon-into-trailer that I’ve listed (see here for the others). Kent Frost‘s has been the nicest I’ve seen.
“Willy’s wagon made into pull behind camper in the 1960′s. Has the hard to find ambulance or ‘barn doors’ in back. I used to pull it behind my Willys to swap meets. Have the parts to make this complete for street rod / rat rod / rock climber / etc. $1200. as is.”
Looks good from the side.
“TODAY BETWEEN 10AM & 5PM,
Old Cars & Trucks & Trailers, a Willies, a Super Beetle, a Dump Truck and a Boat, Building Materials, Clawfoot Tub, Washer/Dryer, Freezer, Tables & Chairs, Steel Lockers & Shelving, Firesafe Filling Cabinet, Oak Bedroom Set, Yard tools and much, much more.
Look for the sign “ESTATE SALE – EVERYTHING GOES” on the east side of Santa Fe (Hwy 85) about 500 yards south of Titan Parkway, just south of C470 about 3 miles.”
This wagon is worth a look.
“Completely Stock original 2WD 1959 Willys Wagon. The truck is complete and the stock motor has been professionally rebuilt. It is originally from Georgia and rot is present only under the accelerator pedal and the tailgate hinge. The rest of the truck is rust free. This is a very restorable vehicle and is difficult to find in such original and complete condition (vacuum wipers, owners manual, service manual, spare gas can, spare tire hub cap, etc. The photos show the trim missing, but I have it. It has been garaged for the last 20 years. Buyer to make pick up arrangements.”
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This wagon has an updated motor.
“1962 Willys Wagon with a Chevy 307 V8 engine matched to the original 4 x 4 drive train with lockout hubs. Manual 3 speed transmission . Remember that these transmissions do not have syncro’s for first gear and you must come to almost a complete stop before shifting down to first gear. The drive train is in good condition and the vehicle runs & drives well with manual steering. The 307 engine was recently remounted with custom engine mounts, the Quadrajet 4 barrel carb was rebuilt, the distributor was fitted with a pertronix type system to eliminate the need to replace points and new dual exhausts from the engine to the rear . The Willys also has a new generator and battery–(12 volt system). The battery was moved to the rear of the vehicle and installed in a new battery box. The interior is in decent shape with nicely upholstered seats and camao side panels & head liner. It also has a recently replaced speedometer (overall mileage is unknown). The windshield wipers work but not the turn signals. The exterior is in need of restoration. The frame has typical surface rust but no rust through issues. The body was redone at some point and needs repair–no big dents or rust holes but does have bondo issues (cracks and signs of a poor job in the past). There are obviously dings & scratches here & there. The bumpers need to be straightened and re-plated. Tires are in good shape. This is not a show vehicle but could be a daily driver or hunting/camping vehicle with off road capabilities. I have tried to be as informative as I can. “