It’s a project.
“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. Someone had a complete chassis and drive train on c/l a few months ago out of a Maverick in L.A. so if you happen to be reading the ad and still have it and want to sell it contact me and I’ll pass the info along. 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. $3200 Don’t contact helping to sell it- not interested. It’s a project and will need to be towed.”
No good shots of the whole vehicle.
“This 1951 Willys Wagon has only 37,000 miles on the ORIGINAL engine. ”
Runs and drives. No obvious rust.
For sale is my ’61 Willys wagon, Runs and stops good. It is on the road in my name. Tires are good, Interior is good but will need a headliner and a passenger’s window. $5500. No calls after 9pm, and no texts at all, please.”
Might be some value here.
“Selling these 2 willies as a pair.
One is a 1959 and has been stored inside for 15 years. Ran and drove when put into storage. Has Beefy front bumper with winch and extra parts.
The other is a 1960 and has been out side for 10 years. It has no engine, transmission or running gear. also has extra parts stored inside.
You get 2 willies for buying one. Will not sell one alone unless it is the one outside. When you buy both you must haul the one outside away first.
Asking $1500 for both, no trades, no parting out, no seperating the two(unless you are taking the one outside). Both have clean titles.”
Looks in good shape.
“1959 Willys Wagon
New Fuel Pump
12 volt System
Colorado Car / 2nd owner
Might have some value.
“Vehicle does not run, there are no papers for this vehicle. The Jeep has no back panel doors. The dash does seem to be intact. There is a motor and the carburetor is inside the vehicle but not on the motor. The transmission is a column shifter (3 on a tree). Project vehicle, it has been sitting for many years. Taking offers”
“1958 Wilys Maverick Wagon .4cyl F head engine. 3 speed with overdrive. ”
UPDATE: Still Available.
(05/08/2016) The pics aren’t too helpful. It has some rot, but runs.
“Drives good ,runs good great tires.”
The seller doesn’t know a thing about it, but somehow also knows it’s a great project!
“This is an awesome work project if you know what to do! Antique it is as is you may offer a reasonable offer. We have the name of the person we got it from to file for a title other then that I don’t know squat about it. My brother got it and then decided having a family was going to be first”
UPDATE: Still Available. You can contact Les at firstname.lastname@example.org
(10/03/2014) Great looking wagon.
“Runs very good. 350 Chevy engine mated with a 350 Turbo Trans. Both engine and trans have been modified.
Around 9,000 miles since built. Narrowed 9” Ford rear.
Chassis set up with Fat Man front susp. Rack steering. PDB. Rear is S & W set up.
Mickey Thompson Radial and TrueDesign Rims. Hawaiian Blue & White.
Sand Cloth & Vinyl.
Needs nothing. $18,000.00 Will consider your offer for I’d like to sell this car this year.
Call for more details. 1 hr. east of York.“
Looks in good shape.
“CALIFORNIA VEHICLE ~ Everything new or rebuilt. FANTASTIC shape. Must see!”
No pics. Not sure how amazing this is at $3700.
“This beauty is amazing.
New tires, new clutch, refinished upholstery and floor boards.”
Nice looking wagon.
“1962 Willys Wagon 4×4
Solid reliable SoCal surf wagon. Not a show car but always wins a ribbon if thats something you enjoy.
Late 70’s Chevy Small Block 350 V8 with Edelbrock 4 BBL Carb
GM Turbo 350 Auto Trans
Dana 44 Front and Rear Axles
GM Power Steering and Brakes
Cadillac Tilt Steering Column
Stock Interior with ALL seats
Aftermarket Audio System
NO OTHER MODS
$16,500 OBO, no trades no “wires” local mechanical inspection on your dime.”
UPDATE: Price dropped to $6900.
(05/03/2016) Runs and drives.
“1962 Willys Wagon for sale. A survivor, approximately 90% original and in running condition. Perfect candidate for restoration or run it as is. The pictures tell the story on the condition of the body. Super Hurricane flathead six motor. Reasonable offers considered.”
Lots of work has gone into this.
“1947 WILLYS WAGON CHOPED WITH BIG BLOCK 413 WEDGE MOTOR, THE 1947 WAGON HAS A 4 IN CHOP AND LOUVERED HOOD THAT REALY SETS THIS VEHICLE OFF. THIS VEHICLE IS AN AWESOM CRUISER AND IS READY FOR THE SHOW OR THE BEACH. COUNTLESS HOURES AND MONEYS HAVE BEEN SPENT TO GET THIS CAR TO THIS QUALITY AND CUSTOM LOOK.
Appears in good shape.
“1956 Jeep Wagon. New paint. Has a 260 Ford V8. Runs good. Near origional other than the engine.”
“willys wagon sbc ps pbs air, alot to list, custom frame, rearend”
Needs some interior work.
“1960 Willy’s Parkway Conversion
Buick 350 V8
3 Speed Manual Transmission
4 Wheel Drive
Runs strong and drives. Registered Non Op, Pink Slip in hand. Clean Title
It’s street legal and ready to come off Non Op. No smog required.
Some rust on lower front rocker panels. Interior not finished, some surface rust.
True survivor, Sound vehicle. Lots of new and extra parts.
Reason for selling is I bought a new car.
Great for a desert project 4 wheel drive or street cruiser.
Willys is the original Jeep”
Looks like an interesting project.
“62 WILLYS WAGON ….. 99% RUST FREE BODY ….. MODERN S10 CHASSIS ….. MOPAR 440 AND 727 AUTO TRANS ….. ALL THE HARD WORK IS DONE ….. NEEDS FINISHING ….. NEEDS INTERIOR
4 NEW TIRES AND CENTERLINE WHEELS
MODIFIED 440 MOTOR
TRANS HAS SHIFT KIT AND DEEP ALUMINIUM PAN 2800 CONVERTER
ALL AUTO METER GAUGES
FRENCHED IN LED TAILLIGHTS AND FRONT SIGNAL LIGHTS”
UPDATE: Still Available.
(04/30/2016) Maybe some value here?
“1947-1950 (unsure of exact year) Willys Panel Van. Great rat rod project. Hood is in the back of the vehicle and is in good shape. Just don’t have time to finish. Make an offer. No title, Bill of sale”
There might be some parts value here.
“1949 willys overland, 2 wheel drive, selling for parts, very rusty, was grand pops, he went to paradise and left this behind, 4 cyl motor, no title, sold with bill of sale $500 obo or trade for fire sticks. Not running selling as a whole parts vehicle.”
“Parting ways with a 1962 Jeep Willys Wagon. Most all original, including 6-226 Super Hurricane engine. I believe the only modifications to body or mechanical is a small mounting tab on the left, front bumper (can be seen in some pictures) and the battery/starter wiring. Jeep ran up great until about 3 years ago. It had a starter motor or solenoid requiring some work, I didn’t have the time and now here we are…
Some typical rusting in the back panel of the tailgate, typical for this make/model – you can see this in the pictures. There are also some shallow dents in the roof (you can see these from the pictures). Otherwise, the body is in good shape. This jeep has been garaged for the last 10 years or so.
More pictures are available upon request. Title is clean and in hand.”