Looks in good shape.
“This is an original, unrestored, and unmolested station wagon which was first purchased in Pueblo, CO and spent the majority of its life there. The PO brought it to Texas before selling it. The wagon still sports its original Peacock Blue color. Though worn, it still retains the matching interior seats, headliner, and door panels. Only the front seat has been reupholstered.
The engine is the then optional Super Hurricane straight six cylinder that is coupled to a manual three speed, two speed transfer case with manual locking Warn front hubs.
Updates include new brakes, wheel cylinders, and flexible hoses all around, plus a new master cylinder. The carburetor, starter, and steering gear box have been rebuilt. There are new tie rod ends and the steering drag link refurbished. The Warn hubs have been serviced to include new o-rings and gaskets. Additionally, there is a new gas tank, new fuel pump, new spark plugs, and a new factory correct wiring harness. The oil and oil filter have been changed as well as flushing the radiator and replacing the anti-freeze.
There are two small through rust holes — one on the right and one on left side fenders. Also, there are some small holes in the tailgate where it appears someone tried to pull out a dent. There are some lumps and bumps, dents, and minor surface rust consistent with a vehicle this age. However, it is in amazing rust free condition for an unrestored vehicle i.e. it has “age appropriate” patina.
The following items require attention at some point. The wipers and horn are not currently functioning. There is an oil leak coming from the engine pan gasket. The transmission synchros are worn which requires double clutching when down shifting.
These Willys Super Hurricane Six, 4X4 wagons are getting harder to find particularly in unmolested and virtually rust free condition. The mileage shown of 105,00 + is accurate according to the PO. Call, ask questions, and take it for a drive. You will be pleased. ”