UPDATE III: Looks like it sold. Was priced at $7500.
UPDATE II: Scott shared these additional pics on mother-in-law seats:
UPDATE: Lewis shared a photo he had of another mother-in-law seat:
Original Post: Wagon is Still For Sale
One pic shows it with a roof carrier and another doesn’t. It sure has a great vintage look.
“Here is a very rare and nice original 2wd willys jeep overland woody look wgn. Has rebuilt 4cyl flat head and 3 on column shift & over drive . Has amazing interior for the year, needs a little body work and paint, very little rust. This little wagon drives so nice for a 49, a must see. You wouldn’t find another like it, $7500.”
“1958 Willys Wagon with rebuilt original flat head 6. Restore to original inside & out. A must see in person. $15000.00 OBO. ”
No obvious rust.
“Posting up my 1951 Willy Overland 4×4.
– Amazing Patina
– Engine Runs – Great Oil Pressure
– Transmission Shifts
Very complete rare jeep with amazing potential.
Original keys and clean California title.
Bring cash and a trailer.
Will trade for older bmw motorcycle running or project. 1972 or older”
If it starts up, this could be a great price, even with a little rust.
“This is a classic! Willys 4WD Jeep Station Wagon with a lifetime total of 75k original miles on it. It has a second engine in it, a completely rebuilt original 6 cylinder “super Hurricane” which is powerful enough to make 70 mph on the high way with the use of a low miles overdrive unit I found and installed in it. The car is a pleasure to drive and a real conversation piece. Sale also comes with a spare, zero miles, rebuilt 6cyl engine of unknown condition. Transmission was gone over by a transmission shop in last 20k miles and runs great. Suspension, steering, drivelines, rear and front drives and body all in acceptable condition. It runs but has been stored under cover for four years since I fired it up last. 4WD works fine. Has some body rust.
This could also be a good candidate for a full restoration. Cherry it out and you could drive it for many years in style!
I’m getting old and need the cash.”
No pics provided.
“1948 WILLY’S JEEP FOR SALE …ENGINE AND TRANSMISSION HAVE JUST BEEN COMPLETELY THROUGHLY GONE THROUGH . ALL NEW SPARK PLUGS, BELTS, HOSES, BATTERY, ETC. GOOD TIRES AND BRAKES ..STARTS ON FIRST CRANK EVERYTIME. INTERIOR IS IN GOOD SHAPE AND IT IS A TRUE WORKHORSE ASKING 3200.00 O.B.O. ALL REASONABLE OFFERS WILL BE STRONGLY CONSIDERED CALL…”
No title. Doesn’t run. Has V8 installed.
“1951 Willys wagon. 350 Olds with aluminum intake and valve covers and headers. B&M shifter and black bucket seats. Believe it is a 350 turbo transmission. GM 5 lug rearend and Mopar front suspension with rack and pinion. Don’t know condition of engine as never tried to start it. Body is solid and not much rust. No title, sorry. ”
No pics and no description.
“I have the pink slip email me your number if interested. You pick up. I collect comic books maybe we can work a trade. Sorry no pics on my computer I do have some on my phone I can send.”
The body appears in good shape. There could be value here.
“have a 52 willies it is on a 88 bronco frame has trans and transfer case also have the original frame xtra fenders and core support if interested call”
No pics provided.
“Totally rebuilt, to much to mention. Call if you want more info or more pictures.”
UPDATE: Another Feshin Hole Postcard for sale.
“Scene shows a view of a catch of an 11 feet & over 1,000 pound Hammerhead Shark with 46 young caught near Bahia Honda by Wilma Branter of Ye Olde Feshin Hole of Marathon, Florida. Postcard is in very good condition and is postally unused.”
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Dan spotted this nicely restored wagon. Despite the price, there is still a little work left.
“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. Call for more information.”
UPDATE: **Status Unknown** Was $3600
It’s a project that includes a warn overdrive. The body appears in good shape.
“Classic Willys 4×4 in great condition to restore. Maroon and white.
Original basketweave headliner in amazing shape.
Hurricane straight 6 engine. I have all the pieces to this car except
for the spare tire guard. Years ago I bought a bunch of unblemished interior panels to replace the flawed ones. I believe I have the full set…they just screw on.
I bought two replacement arm rests for the back seats. Have a couple of rolls of piping for headliner edges.
As you can see the woven headliner is still intact and cool.
The sheet metal is predominantly straight, as is the stainless. Front bumper has a bend that needs straightening. There is one rust thru spot in the sheetmetal about 3 inches long near the back right wheel.
I have all the wood slats for floor, all the seats, the spare tire. The last picture is of the extra transmission that allows overdrive, if one wants to install that feature.
I haven’t driven it since 2000 or so…but it’s a worthy project for restoration being so original and relatively good shape.
UPDATE: **Status Unknown** Was $17,400.
Nice looking wagon.
“FOR SALE: 1964 Willy’s Jeep Flat Fender Classic Wagon. Brand new crate Chevy 350 engine and professionally rebuilt transmission. Brand new wheels and tires and upholstery. Fun cruiser runs well and is fun to drive and gets lots of looks and conversation. All work professionally done.”
Craigs spotted this one. It runs and appears worth a look.
“I’ve got a great 1953 Willys Station Wagon up for sale. This was the first 4 wheel drive station wagon to be produced.
It Currently runs quite well, it has a 4 cylinder over head valve engine with 75,000 miles.
The body has a very nice patina and not much rust.
The Willys needs brakes and tires.”
Needs brakes. Could use work on the seats.
“1953 Willy s Overland station wagon ,,,,Motor Runs ,,but needs Brakes. Everything for the jeep is there 4 cylinder motor.Standard Transmission,,,,,,Could be a Cool Woody Wagon,,,,,,Lien Sale ,,title,,asking $2850.00”
Need some more pics of this one. It looks interesting.
“1956 Willys jeep panel wagon turned into a truck. Body is solid. Homemade bed with seats in the back to haul around your buddies. Would be perfect on the farm or to mess around in the woods with. Tired are pretty decent. It needs a head gasket and will be good to go. All the parts are there. Motor isn’t stuck. Make a cash offer or let me know what you have to trade!”
UPDATE: Pics now provided. It’s a project.
“This thing is amazing and in great shape with many brand new parts ready to put together! Willy’s Jeep Sedan Delivery Panel Van Wagon. Split windshield. Stock front I beam. Axle cowl pop up. Rear Rounded Fender Wells. Rare!!
Cargo Floor Wood Rails. Low cargo floor. Brand new short block engine, Brand new parts,rubber moldings etc… Does need transmission. Body in Excellent shape!! Serious inquiries only!! Can provide extra pictures to those that are serious! $18000”
It doesn’t have a fan for the radiator? Maybe the seller miswrote?
“1949 Willys wagon first year of 4×4. Has Super Hurricane Flat 6 engine over drive winch is a warn 8000 older restoration small spot of rust in r/h rear fender area good driver or project will heat up on longer drive have a fan for radiator not installed may just need work on shroud extra engine as well also other parts and tools. Good headliner.
Mike’s got his nice looking wagon for sale. Just don’t mention it to his dog.
“1959 Willys Station Wagon
– Excellent condition, ‘un-molested’, rust free
– Super Hurricane straight 6 engine. Starts, idles, runs very well
– 4 wheel drive with overdrive (installed 2013)
– 7 year old paint (Jeep Emergency Green), no rust, fresh chrome
– Garage kept, driven +/-1,000 miles per year, no off-roading or inclement weather
– Not perfect, very good condition, clean title, driven regularly
– Comes with set of original steel rims, OEM spotlight, oak strip floor boards, etc”
“1958 Willys Maverick wagon. 2 wheel drive. 4cylinder. 3 speed with overdrive. New glass. Runs great.”
I thought the rims on this were interesting.
“949 Willys 360 Chrysler, needs transmission. Body rough, many good parts. Clear title, engine runs great, fix the trans and drive it.”
I really had to stare at this one for a while. I *think* this is might be a 2A with some 3B and wagon parts. But, it also has full floaters in the rear. I like the “original” flathead engine that is actually an f-head.
“1948 Willys Jeep with flat head 4 cyc original engine, manual, 4×4, all matching numbers…. this jeep has plowed our snow for years….”
Has a variety of updates.
“so, I’ve owned her for about 5 years. it was bone stock when I got her, but as a daily driver I couldn’t deal with the 45mph top speed. so I swapped in a crate 350, 700r4 automatic transmission and a Ford 8.8 rear end. also upgraded was a aluminum radiator with a pusher fan, converted her 12 volt , and all the other odds and ends to make her reliable.
Drove it like that for three years, then got another daily driver. its been parked in my yard ever since, with only the occasional crank up and idle every month or so..
it’s now time to let her go.”
“Hello Craigslist. Here i have a true classic 1958 willys jeep. It is in running conditions. so you can test drive it. It has a pretty good bone white color paint. This jeep is pretty solid and is being sold as is with pink slip in hand.”