Nice looking. Has a few updates.
“1962 Willys Jeep Station Wagon ( 4WD ) operates properly. Willys has not seen a dirt road in a long time. Garage kept by me and previous owner. !!!!!! AWESOME, near perfect condition. Dark /Green and white, no rust , very solid wagon. Nice /Strong 283 Chevy V-8. Automatic transmission-700r4 . Seats are original style with newer coverings. No cooling issues- new radiator with electric fan, both front and rear have new shocks and springs. Runs great. 4-barrel carb- Edelbrock ,full one piece windshield, all glass in excellent condition. Modern tilt steering wheel . Anti-theft kill switch included .Exterior chrome in great shape, paint in good shape with some chips/ small scratches . Power steering, power brakes- front disk brakes, radio, original wood floor slat/ strips / restored, spare tire, white 15″ wheels-New, Tires in excellent shape. Electric wipers. All lights and turn signals function properly. Body and frame very solid. MUST SEE to appreciate! My original plan was to remove the 4wd and change it to a 2WD with a Mustang -2 front end. Hydraulic emergency brake set-up . Electric fuel pump with safety shut off if vehicle wrecks. Heavy duty front differentia(Scout-2 ) ?. Dual exhaust. Heater/ defrosters work correctly. People love looking at it where ever I go. Not many around in this good of shape.”
UPDATE: Price doubled (why? who knows why?)
(03/01/2017) Not stock, but I suppose it could be argued that there’s something original about this ….
“1948 Willys Jeep flat head 4 cylinders, manual , all stock and runs great!
Comes with working 6 foot plow….. this Willys Jeep will move some snow… used for several winters plowing our drive ! hate to see it go…
$4999 0r best offer…”
Cool build. It’s by far the nicest “Tender” build I’ve seen.
“GR Auto Gallery is pleased to present this 1950 Jeep Willys Wagon for purchase. Before the SUV craze officially took over in the 1990’s, there were sport utility vehicles in different shapes and sizes decades before sparking debate of which was the first true SUV. One of the candidates is the Willys Jeep Station Wagon that was an all-steel body that combined passenger comfort with a tough 4-wheel drive platform Jeep is known for. The success of this model led to the Cherokee and the Grand Wagoneer giving it a leg up in the SUV founding father debate.
This 1950 Jeep Willys Wagon is a complete custom build and a really cool, unique ride. The Willys Wagon came out of Wyoming and went through the complete project. The wagon body was completely treated and converted to have a truck-like flat bed. This vehicle is powered by a Chevy 327ci V8 engine and 350 Automatic transmission. It has many comfortable features you would find in a custom including air conditioning, front disc brakes, power windows, Cd player/stereo, bucket seats, center console with cup holders & power outlet, lined flat bed, tonneau cover, and much more.
This custom build is in excellent condition inside and out, and cruises down the road similar to a new vehicle. If you are the kind of person that likes something not everybody has, this is a great buy for you! Please call or email for more details!
To see over 80 photos of this car, including under carriage please visit our website www.grautogallery.com”
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $7800.
Has a variety of updates.
“Frame off restoration. 1976 Jeep Cherokee Frame w/T18 Transmission. Ford 302 engine, Edlebrock carburetor, warn 9000# Winch, IDIDIT Steering Column, Headers, exhaust with flow master mufflers, LT 285 75R/16, Speed liner interior, roof and wheel flairs.”
UPDATE: Price dropped to $9950
(01/07/2016) Has a variety of updates.
“Complete custom rebuild ongoing, to many new parts to list,call for details listing to sell,
v8 350 with 400 trans floor shifter”
UPDATE: Still Available.
(10/18/2016) Nicely updated wagon.
“1947 Willys,350/350, PS,PB, Mustang front end ,AC/Heat, runs great.
No pics provided.
“I have a 1954 Jeep Willys for sale very hard to find it has a nice straight body first $2,000 cash gets it”
NO pics and no description, other than “project”.
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $350.
Looks like lots of value for the price.
“This car ran when I bought it. I disassembled to build from ground up. Moving and ran out of time. I have all the parts. Some rust in firewall and front seat floor panel. The rest of the body in pretty good shape.”
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was No Price.
(12/19/2016) Craig shared this project.
“WILLYS 56 PICKUP TRUCK 4 WD. MOTOR IS IN BUT NOT RUNNING, ITS A ROLLING PROJECT WITH TOO MANY PARTS TO LIST . GREAT FATHER SON PROJECT! CALL ME FOR INFO AND PLEASE SERIOUS INQ ONLY. ”
UPDATE: **Status Unknown** Was $7000.
(02/09/2017) “1962 Kaiser Willys Wagon for sale. This a very nice, well kept original vehicle. It runs and drives as well as it looks.
This vehicle was purchased by a local ranch and it stayed there until a close friend of mine purchased it in 2014. We replaced all 4 springs, installed new wheels and tires, and replaced the water pump. It has had less than 50 miles put on it since this work was completed.
The original straight 6 was replaced with a 283 small block chevy. The original 3 speed Borg Warner T-90 trans was retained, and it shifts very smooth. The transfer case is a Dana 18 twin stick (Hi/Low & 2wd/4wd). Front axle is a Dana 27, rear is a Dana 44. I believe the gear ratio is 4.10.
The original paint shows very well. Two tone Fountain Green Poly over Plantation White. There are some faded spots on the hood, but I’m certain it could be buffed and made to shine nicely. The interior is in very good condition. The drivers side front and rear seats appear to have been re-covered, but still look good. The headliner has been removed. No rust to speak of as this rig spent the majority of it’s life in a barn shielded from the elements.
This would make an excellent restoration candidate as very little needs to be done to the body and the running gear is all functional. Or drive it as is, and enjoy it for many years.”
Craig share this ad. There are no pics, but the seller indicates the fuel is “electric”.
“Here we have a beautiful 1 owner keep Willys. It’s not as nice as some ppl’s xj’s pj’s tj’ wp’s and xls’s but it gets the job done. Well taken care of and waxed every other weekend. If u keep up the maintenance just make sure ur shots are up to date. It’s very low mileage and oil changed every 20,000 miles. This beast turns heads everywhere u go. Not sure if they are amazed at the condition or how it sounds. Looking for 3500.00 or trade for a caddy sts, cts, or hummer. Text or call with trades. Sincerely yours, a proud keep owner”
UPDATE: Still Available.
(01/14/2017) It’s a project. No description provided.
UPDATE: Still Available.
(05/22/2016) Looks in good shape.
“1959 Willys Wagon
New Fuel Pump
12 volt System
Colorado Car / 2nd owner
Craig spotted this one. There’s definitely value here.
“1956 Willlys Jeep Wagon with 6 cyl. motor. Ran when parked and engine turns by hand. Body rough but frame looks good! Has snowplow, front PTO unit and Koenig winch”
It’s a project.
“Willy’s Wagon project. 2 wheel drive, Ford Mustang front end and lowered with Dana rear. 318 and 727 transmission. Some rust and lot’s of patina. Glass and seats included. Will be very cool… no time to finish.”
Craig shared this ad.
“1958 Willy’s Wagon. 98% original. Flathead “Super Hurricane” 6 cyl. 3 speed 4 wd. Has new brakes and drums. New leaf springs and hangers. Still 6 volt original charging system. Runs and drives great. Has some minor rust. Still has original slider boards in back. Does not have right rear bumper. Won’t find a better one than this. CASH ONLY!!! No Trades!!! Seen by appt only. ”
Craig shared this ad. It runs, but isn’t road worthy.
“Runs and drives. Flat 6. 3 speed manual trans. 4×4. Twin stick tcase. Very little rust. The odometer shows 89,000 miles. All original. .Its not road ready. But it is running and driving. Brakes are sticky from sitting. It could use a tune up (plugs, wires, points and oil change). Tires have cracking due to age. Leaks some oil from the fuel pump on the passenger side of the block. But it is complete and mostly original. Wouldnt take much to fully restore.”
UPDATE: Price dropped to $8000.
(01/04/2017) That angled roof must have a challenge.
“Drives great, 357 Chevy 6 cylinder automatic speed shift transmission. The body has been modified. Serious inquires only please.”
Mike spotted this set of wagons.
“1949 and 1962 Willy’s Jeep wagons. The grey primer 49 runs good the green and white 62 runs but has a knock. Both trucks are full of parts and there is a spare engine for parts included. The 49 has a registration the 62 does not. Take it all for $2500.00. texts or phone calls, no e-mails. Thanks.”
Nice looking, mostly stock wagon. Lots of pics on the auction page.
View all the information on eBay
-Custom restoration with unique purple metallic finish.
-Goodyear radial snow tires 7.0 – 15R.
-Original style American Racing wheels.
-Brand new black vinyl and carpet interior.
-Updated head unit.
-Classic three-spoke steering wheel.
-Push button starter.
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $18,500 … Was listed here.
(10/28/2016) Nice looking wagon. No description provided.
UPDATE: **Status Unknown** Was $9000.
(04/12/2016) Looks in good shape.
“88,000 original miles with original flat head 6 Hurricane engine. 90% original with a few upgrades such as front disc brakes and new rear brakes. Recently converted to 12v start. Still have original parts. Very little rust!”
UPDATE: Price dropped to $19,500
(12/14/2016) Lots of updates.
“1951 Willys Jeep Station Wagon $23,500
Frame off restoration, Mustang II front end, Disk brakes, Mercedes seats, Buick V6 engine, Turbo 350, Ford 8inch.
No power steering
No pics provided.
“For sale jeep willys parts only no title. 800.00 OBO”