Mike’s got his sedan delivery wagon for sale.
“1962 Willys Sedan Delivery 4×4. Rare body style, and in very good condition. Original rebuilt 225-6, 3 spd T90, with dana 18 TC. Also has Warn Overdrive installed. The body is as solid as you will find. This truck is from Southern California. The only body work done by previous owner is some fiberglass overlay on the front driver / passenger floors to seal pin holes.- no patch panels done or needed in my opinion. There is a small dent in the drivers rear QP, but its an easy fix, on the bottom edge of the panel. I suspect the body was a donor onto a regular wagon chassis because the gauge cluster is from a mid 50’s era Willys. Only a real Willys nut would know that, and actually the 50’s dash is more desirable. Engine runs perfect – no choke to start, and this truck drivers great. Here are some mild upgrades:
Idaho Todd’s 1963 Traveler update (see the before photos at the bottom of the post). Todd wrote the following about arriving at the seller’s place to purchase the jeep:
The Traveler headed to Idaho from Oregon.
After some visiting, we struck a deal that I think we were all comfortable with. The fella helped us load the traveler and we were off. Boy, you would of thought we were hauling a shelby mustang by all the attention we were attracting! Plenty of on lookers at fill-ups and bathroom breaks.
Made it back to Sandpoint and the next morning we were going to back it off the trailer when I hit the key and she fired (after a jump start)! I had bought it as a non-runner so this was delightful! To my amazement, the speedometer, both gauges and most of the lights worked! I drained and filled the boxes, checked the brakes and we were off.
When I got back to the shop, I soaked it with a degreaser and power washed it. It turned out stunning! I sure like the patina but I think it’s headed for a full resto on of these next winters. It needs front foot pans and some investigating around the top. Other than that, I am very pleased. In the meantime, I think I will enjoy it for a while. She runs great. Thanks everyone for sharing this experience with us! More to follow soon…
Sits on updated drive train.
“1961 Willy’s jeep , Arizona wagon started restoration 9years ago needs finished runs and drives , has a 1969 wagoneer drive train. $11.000 OBO.”
Scott’s buddy is traveling in Saxony, Germany, and came across this unique wagon yesterday.
Looks innocent on the outside, but has some power.
“This 1952 Willys wagon has less than 2000 miles on a complete restoration.
Up grades include: Tinted glass, modern radio/cassette, Air conditioning, Chevy 350 small block with a mild cam and 700R4 automatic transmission.
Everything works and has a clear Arizona title.
I have all the before and after pictures and receipts.
The front suspension is modern rack and pinion with disc brakes.
The rear is a Ford 8″ with drum brakes.
I have a finished 3rd row seat that I never installed.(included.)
This wagon is a lot of fun to drive!
Call or text to come see it in person, you will not be disappointed.”
Nice looking wagon.
“All original stock, mechanic owned and maintained. 4×4 226 cubic inch. ”
Here’s a 2WD needing rescue.
“1947 Willys Overland Jeep Station Wagon, disassembled , less engine and bell housing.Best offer”
UPDATE: **SOLD* Was $10,800.
Nice looking wagon spotted by Craig.
“1948 Willys Jeep Station Wagon in very good condition. Has been restored as a daily driver type with modern radial tires and aluminum wheels. Not a perfect show winning restoration but it looks really good. If you found a wagon in a barn somewhere you would have a lot more money than that getting one in this nice of condition. was $12800 and has been reduced to $10800. Price doesn’t include title,taxes or licensing fees. Bring cash and tell them Tim sent you. You can drive this home if you wish. Lots of other items for sale as owner has retired and is selling virtually everything.”
UPDATE: Price dropped to $27,950.
Looks ready for a show.
“An incrediblly done complete restoration! This 1952 Willys Jeep Wagon 4X4 has had every nut and bolt turned and needs absolutely nothing! Powered by a period correct 6-226 Super Hurricane mated to a 3spd manual transmission with Spicer transfer case, Dana differentials, and auxillary cooling fan, she is completely finished. Extremely high quality paint job and wood trim looks fantastic. Cosmetically, she is a real head turner. Top to bottom and underneath are all meticulously done. The wood flooring in the back is completely finished, and the only thing that isnt period correct is the aftermarket am/fm cd player iin the dash. All of the gauges are clear and appear new…….I really dont know what else you could do to make her more complete. Come by and see us at Jordan Motorcars, 11919 IH10 West, San Antonio, Texas, 78230 or visit us on the web at jordanmotorcars.net.”
Seth spotted this interesting wagon. If anyone can provide any insights into it, we’d find it helpful.
He writes, I found this very rough abandoned Wagon. What made it stand out was the independent front suspension and the barn doors. It looks stock but I have always been under the impression that the Wagoneer Panel Delivery was the first Jeep with IFS. It is obviously a basket case project but if it’s a prototype or something like that it may be worth the effort to restore.
Dan has posted the photos at the Old Willys Forum as well. He suggested it might be a factory special. He noted, Based on the gauges and rear rear wheels, it looks like a 1946-early 1950 Delivery that someone installed an aftermarket IFS (similar to the Mustang II) and cut out the back rear side windows. That said, it could be a factory special.
UPDATE: Thanks to Craig for forwarding the link on this relisted wagon.
(06/27/2012) “1949 Jeep Willys Overland s/w. Very very original except paint. 62K miles. 4 cylinder Kaiser flathead. 3 speed on tree w/over drive. Runs lick a top. Absolutely no rust.”
Good looking wagon.
“1957 Willys Station Wagon
350 Chevy Motor
Original 4 wheel drive
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $1200.
Runs. Tranny is bad, but trannies are cheap.
“1959 Willy’ Wagon. Runs good, bad tranny. Engine-Hurricane 6, front 8000 winch, 3 speed manual transmission, good body.”
UPDATE: Price bumped to $7000.
(02/12/2015) Looks solid.
“1950 Willys Jeep! 4×4 with a 4 cylinder hurricane motor, which was rebuilt by jasper. Has new glass all the way around which was $2,300 between glass and rubber seals! Runs great! Just needs interior work. Would be a great for a Jeep collector, Only serious inquiries please !”
UPDATE: Price dropped to $7000.
(03/28/2015) Looks in good shape.
“1952 WILLYS OVERLAND JEEP WAGON, 4CYL, 3SPD, 4WD, RUNS AND DRIVES GREAT. CLEAN, NICE INTERIOR. VERY RARE VEHICLE.”
Glenn bought these wagons, but yard thieves stole some of the parts. email him at email@example.com for more information on parts and check out his updated comment in the comment’s section.
“These two wagons are in my neighborhood and I went over to check them out a couple days ago. I’ve known the 1948 Wagon about 3-4 years and the 1946 has been added to the pile for goodies. Make no mistake, this is a basket case PROJECT, but a project with POTENTIAL. This owner was serious when he went into gear. He disassembled everything, bought new parts galore, bought some more just in case, even had some more body sections shipped in to add to the pile. This road ready chassis with rebuilt motor, transmission, and rear end is ALL Done, including rebuilt accessories like starter, generator, water pump, brakes, radiator, POR Coating, and ON & ON. The bodies are a Maine and a NY origin, media blasted, primed and ready for a mig welder to slice and dice the new panels already purchased. There’s plenty here to make a very nice all steel 2 WD Willys Station Wagon with a pile of extras.”
UPDATE: Still Available
(09/03/2014) “1947 Willys Wagon in very good condition.This car has no rust.
I have owned it for 6 years and have put about 3000 miles on it.
Many new parts, radiator, electronic ignition, sway bar, tires,starter etc.
Car has been converted to 12 volt.It is a 4 cylinder, 3 speed, 2 wheel drive with over drive.
Feel free to contact me with any questions.“
Maybe the body is savable?
“panel dont have time finish not for the faint of heart lot of work”
Dan forwarded this wagon. It’s got parts value.
“1951 Willys Wagon Project. New Steering Wheel. Comes with a Ford 302 motor. Not in Willys. Was running when I took it out. No Trans or transfer case. Has original seats. Not reg. since 2012. I have pink but needs to be vin. verified. 4 wheel drive. No radiator.”
Dan spotted this nice looking wagon.
“1960 Willys PowerWagon 4×4 The engine and drive train have no known problems and the vehicle runs, shifts, and has operated well in all gears/conditions. . The paint and body have been redone and the vehicle overall, is in good original condition. Garaged 100% of my ownership.
engine – L6 226 SuperHurricane (6 cyl.).”
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $6350.
“Selling a 1955 Willy’s wagon 4×4. Runs and drives very good. 4×4 works as it should. Body is in really good shape for age. No rust on body. Has some patches. Floor pans have been patched. All seats are there. Rear seat needs foam but has new covers. Motor is a F head 4cyl that is out of a 1953 wagon. Still on 6volt system. All lights work. Heater motor blows air but the temp adjustment needs some tinkering. Has original vacuum wiper motor that does not work. Oil pressure gauge works and battery gauge. Working on temp and fuel gauges. Speedo works and is pretty accurate. Manual choke. Tires are like brand new and brakes have been all gone through. New rear shocks and steering stabilizer. Has new gas tank and new wiring. Has a couple small drips but nothing major. Love it but needs to go for next project. All glass is good also. Call or text with any questions. Can text more pictures if needed. I also have a couple totes of extras including dash gauges speedo. Other misc parts. Steering stem and generator. Also have side extensions for rear bumper and an extra passenger front seat. Will sell extra parts separate also. ”
Runs, but needs some bodywork.
“1960 Willys Wagon, with the original 6 cylinder and 3 speed transmission, and solid axle four wheel drive. The brakes have been re-done, and a new battery installed. The old Willys runs good, and goes down the road good. The Willys still has the original seats. The previous owner repaired the floorboards and the rust above the right side rear wheel well. I added a photo of the left rear wheel well, which is the only rust spot on the Willys Wagon.”
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $2600.
Dan spotted this wagon. Looks like it has great potential.
“1949 Willys Overland. Full window wagon. 3 speed, 6 cylinder. Pink slip, non-op”