Craig spotted these wagons. The seller wants to sell as a package.
“One 1961 and two 1957 jeep Willys wagons with barn doors to convert one into a sedan delivery if desired
All complete 57’s run but need lots of tlc .
1963 had a sticker but I let run out
4 brand new tires etc.
Sell as package only
$4200 or hard assets”
Nice looking wagon.
“Pontiac 389 engine
Mint upholstrey and wood runners
Come for a spin….bring cash….make a deal!”
UPDATE: Price dropped to $5300.
(08/27/2016) Needs work of some kind.
“1954 Willys Jeep, 350 Chev motor, chopped Roof, great driver, needs TLC”
Could be some pars value here. No drive train.
“Hi i have a 1950s willys wagon I am trying to sell because i need the money and also need it out of my yard it is gutted has no motor, trans, t-case, it has all windows, axles, grill, fenders,hood $800 obo
No title bill of sale”
Might make an inexpensive base for a project.
“1949 Willies sedan delivery hot rod project. Was set up in the 70s , camaro clip and Ford rear end. It’s a bit rough but a good start to a vintage hot rod. Open to reasonable offers and trades”
Doesn’t run, but rust doesn’t appear too bad.
Original 4-wheel drive running gear
Early 327 CI Chevrolet engine
Mostly all there
Comes with tow bar
Does not currently run
Engine turns, not seized
Decent condition overall
Some rust at back tailgate and some under doors
Fairly straight, small dents on driver side
Driver side rear glass panel broken
Will not part out; it’s a whole truck. No trades, thank you. Have pinkslip, but not currently registered. Last image is what these look like restored.”
Appears worth a look.
“Bought this to turn into a street rod and changed my focus..”
Still needs some work.
“1961 Willys Wagon
****V-8 CHEV ENGINE
****STANDARD 3 SPEED FLOOR SHIFT
****COMPLETELY REWIRED LAST YEAR
****RUST, DRIVES GREAT
****ALL DOORS, HOOD AND GATE WORK GREAT
****NEW RADIATOR, BRAKES & LIGHTS
** $6,500 — MAKE AN OFFER”
UPDATE: Price dropped to $11,500.
(08/22/2016) This is an UNRESTORED wagon. It has a few very minor blemishes, but still looks amazing.
“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 the paint, showing natural patina for it’s age. Not perfect but too nice to restore. Right now there is a loose vacuum connection causing the wipers to not work and it wants to wander indicating it does not have the correct toe-in setting. Also the passenger window is cracked. Three things I haven’t got to. These were bad rusters but except for a couple of minor issue all the usual problem areas are in unusually excellent shape. Parts, if needed, are readily available from vendors and on E-Bay. 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, all ready have too many cars and should be down sizing. There are two cars ahead of this one I’m working on so it will be a while before I get to it if I ever do.
So, reluctantly, I’m putting it on the market for a fair price for what it is and for what 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 shape and price range for the next 30 years.”
No pics provided. Trustee sale. Maybe something or maybe nothing.
“1952 Willy’s Jeep – Carefree, AZ”
Craig spotted this one.
“4×4 Station wagon. Garaged, driven 500 miles since 1989. Parked in 2011. Hurricane 6, 4 wheel drive works fine. Turns over but would not start. May need master cylinder.”
Seller rebuilt this while caring for his terminally ill wife. Brakes went out, so he’s selling it at a bargain price.
“Please READ this is a before accident PICs I flipped this car and needs repair…if your interested send me an email and I’ll send you PICs of damage. After having a test drive my brakes went out…I’m selling as a fixer upper…$26000 in receipts.
98 % complete needs a few final touches…Everything gone through…no rust, new paint inside and out, rubber, glass, headliner, white wall tires new or replated chrome original radio…rewired 12 volt system and electric wipers. Everything else is back to stock much more replaced. It has the F-6 161 Hurricane 685 Engine very rare 1952-1955. Sandblasted to bare metal professional paint job. This was a project I did while taking care of my terminally ill wife, she has passed and it is why I’m selling it. I’m willing to negotiate with shipping. A perfect parade vehicle…the PICs speak for themselves…I can email more. ”
When he was sixteen, Daniel Friend wanted to get his grandfather’s 1956 wagon running. He got it running, but then landed in the hospital. Afflicted with cystic fibrosis since birth, he was recovering in the hospital when a social worker mentioned the Make-A-Wish foundation. One thing led to another and soon his wish was granted. Learn more at The Orange County Register:
Daniel Friend’s 1956 Willy Jeep before being cosmetically restored courtesy of the Make-A-Wish Foundation. (Photo courtesy of Daniel Friend)
Daniel Friend, who was diagnosed with cystic fibrosis at birth, wished to have his 1956 Willy Jeep cosmetically restored courtesy of Make-A-Wish Foundation. Photographed outside his home in Yorba Linda, Calif. on Tuesday, October 18, 2016. (Photo by Kevin Sullivan, Orange County Register/SCNG)
Looks road ready.
“Very nice street rod, 350 700r4 p/s p/b tinted glass,33 in. Tires, flowmasters,headers.”
No pics provided.
“1950 willys jeep with lots of parts $3000 Obo ”
Nicely updated wagon.
“1947 Willys,350/350, PS,PB, Mustang front end ,AC/Heat, runs great.
No pics provided.
“This car appears to be as originally built. It is a 1953 Willys deluxe Model 685 station wagon, 2 wheel drive manual shift with overdrive. The engine is a 6 cylinder Willys 90 horsepower F-head Hurricane with 161 cubic inch displacement. Willys made these engines for their 1953 and 1955 station wagons and Aero passenger cars. It is the same engine that was used in the original classy, and now very rare, 1954 Kaiser-Darrin sports convertible.
Car was purchased in 1982 with odometer reading about 58,000 miles. For the 30 years of our ownership the car has only been driven about 7.000 miles and the odometer now reads about 65,000 miles. It was rarely driven due to a worn engine with excessively smoky exhaust. Also because we have another Willys station wagon and other cars.
But within the past 12 miles professional mechanics have installed a machine shop rebuilt 6 cylinder F-head Willys f-161 engine block, a machine shop rebuilt cylinder head, all new clutch components and engine and transmission mounts at a cost of over $5000. The engine runs fine. Smooth without , exhaust smoke.
Car has the original basket weave headliner, 3 new OEM and 1 duplicated seat covers .
Automobile will not be sold without it first being examined and driven by the buyer or the buyer’s representative for the purpose of determining its condition and for those other items that may require replacement or repair. ”
The piping around the body edges is one way to deal with rust/damage. Seller lists it as a 1952 in one spot and a 1953 in another.
1953 jeep willys wagon
Currently has doors removed and all glass removed. Has spent the last 5 years inside. I had all anticipation to get this old girl up and running but after owning it for 9 years it is time to let her go. I have collected a fair amount of new and used parts that goes with it. Hurricane flat head six was free the last time I checked. Does not run. No paperwork
Vehicle is about 85% complete. Missing rear lights and some chrome pieces. 2500 obo
New parts: over a grand in parts
Flex break lines
2 wheel cylinders
Master break cylinder
Front diff gasket
4 u joints
plastic fuel tank
professionally restored carb Continue reading
Nice looking wagon.
“1948 Willy Wagon 2wd. Fresh rebuilt Chev 350 with Aluminum heads a lot of trick parts. 4 speed Muncie Trans. 9 inch reared. Clear title. Very clean.”
This has some national park-looking stickers on both doors.
“1962 Willys Overland wagon, Four-wheel-drive, Flathead 6 cylinder engine, 3 speed on the floor shifter, in solid working drivable condition, very rare, It’s A two door, all seats are there it is said that is it is originally a New Mexico vehicle and spend most of it’s life as a Forest utility vehicle. The owner’s manual is in the glove box along with other vehicle documents lots and lots of patina. Must see to appreciate asking $8,500 cash or trade for a rat rod”
Nice looking wagon.
“NICE SO CAL CAR
WELL BUILT AND SOLID CAR
383 STROKER CHEVY
CHEVY RUNNING GEAR
It’s a roller.
“1962 Willies little rust, clean title
no engine or transmission”
Depending on the price, this may be worth a look.
“Originally got to restore but with school and work it just isn’t in the cards. I have a 54 Willy’s wagon with a Chevy conversion. contact with questions. ”
UPDATE: The Wagon is a Parkway and not a Traveller.
Seller includes a phone number in the ad on Craigslist.
“ok here we have 4 jeeps 1 pickup 3 station wagons and one of the 3 has baker rear doors kind of rare,
they are all in different stages of repair and different ages the pickup is especially cool i want 10 k for all 4 no i won’t split them up no i wont sell parts off them all or nothing deal. call if email mention flathead lake or i will not respond no exceptions.”
UPDATE: Price dropped to $9500.
(10/21/2106) Has updates.
“Willy’s wagon for sale. 1961
Motor Chevy elderbrok. 350