Has an updated engine.
“Willys Wagon 4X4 1956 ready for your next hunting or fishing adventure or daily driver. New 400 hp Chevy small block engine. Rebuilt transmission, all new suspension including springs, shocks, bushings and tires, new gas tank and fuel lines and fuel pump. Rebuilt rollup window operators with all new fuzzy channels. New leather upholstery on original seat frames. All new wiring and alternator.
Rebuilt radiator. Everything else is pretty much original.”
Unclear if it runs or not. Might have some interesting history. Sounds like it could be a project.
“1957 Willy’s Jeep Wagon 4×4
It was originally a Weyco surveyors rig.
It was stored in a heated garage for over 40 years prior to me getting it.
It has a 6 cylinder engine with a 6 volt charging system.
It’s all there and waiting to be restored.
I’m asking $8000 OBO.
Not interested in trades.”
I’m not sure i this runs or not.
“Posting this for my dad ,it’s a 1953 will sedan delivery , mounted on s 10 frame properly,with a v8 it has tilt stering also has new tires 4000”
Bill spotted this tender-like wagon. Not much left, but still interesting to document.
“2wd willys. Station wagon made into a pick up. V6 engine (Ford I think) with automatic. Front end wrecked. Have replacement body parts and radiator.
$200/offer. Not tilte – bill of sale only”
Craig forwarded this updated wagon.
“1951 Willy’s Sedan Delivery Rest-Mod
small V8, leather bucket seats, body and frame are in excellent condition. New tires, rims and composite flooring.”
“1953 Willy runs and drives v6 manual transmission with overdrive. Call or text Mike thanks make an offer ”
UPDATE: **Status Unknown** Was $6300.
Looks solid. Paint looks rough on top.
“1960 Willys Wagon
Super hurricane 6cyl
All original motor and drive train
Runs and drives
Original wheels go with it
Everything works but fuel gauge”
Has some rust.
“great body for a rat rod. 47 willys panel van. Also have the front fenders, grill and hood inside the van.”
UPDATE: Price dropped to $11,000.
(05/26/2016) When the average wagon just won’t do ….
“1963 willys 4×4 custum project,”
Looks well built.
“1950 willys wagon 350 700r4 trans. 355 rear end, 33″ tires, nice int. nice paint.”
UPDATE: Price dropped to $10,500.
(05/26/2016) Looks like a clean build.
“Selling my 1949 Willy’s Wagon. Daily Driver. Runs Great. It has a 1955 Chevy 265 engine. Two barrel carb. Three speed trans with Rancho OD 4×4. The speedometer reads 54,000. It has hanging clutch and brake pedals with hydraulic clutch. Really nice inside and out. Serious buyers only please.”
Looks pretty rust free.
“1949 Willys Wagon 4 WD. Body and paint are done. Everything is there to finish it. Straight 6 “Lightning” motor and 3 speed trans with transfer case. Motor and trans will need to be re-built. Body is straight, floor pans replaced. 4″ Rancho Suspension lift. Original wood runners for the back are in decent shape. New Mexico truck. Title in hand.”
UPDATE: Still Available.
“This is an original Willys with a clear NJ title. It sits on the original frame but has a mustang II front end done years ago, disc brakes, and a 440 moose with the 727 torque flight trans. The truck is all there and not rotten. It did have work done years ago and shows its age. There are rust spots in the frame and body but the truck runs and drives.
This is a real Willys not a glass car. It has an older resto but still cool. Just looking to see if there’s interest. Not giving it away don’t need to sell it.”
Some interesting mods here.
“1954 Willys station wagon 1936 Plymouth front fenders and grill s10 chassi 350 tbi sbc /4L60 trans 38 chevy rear fenders 39 chevy tail lights 3″chop top”
It doesn’t run, but it does have a rare hickey sidewinder winch.
“54 willys waggon got it from my uncle he said it ran about a year ago and the motor is free just isnt getting spark the motor is a flat head 6 hurricane with a manual tranny car needs love but is passible to do as a project call or text any questions”
Needs work, but it runs and drives and has a PTO winch.
“I’m Selling My 1955 WILLYS JEEP 4X4 for $2,300
It Runs & Drives (but will need brakes)… Winch Works Too!
My Willy’s Can Currently Be Seen at: 4310 Hwy 20 Sweet Home (Corner or 43rd & Hwy20)
If you see this Ad Posted My Willy’s is Still Available…
NO Trades, NO PayPal, NO Western Union!”
Craig shared this one. Looks like there’s value here.
“1946 willys overland panel delivery jeep rolling chassis, no motor no transmission, a lot of parts…speedometer,wooden floor slats,front and rear axles”
Looks like the top has been removed. Might be an interesting project.
“It’s a project. I had it running about 6 years ago. Make me an offer.”
Was this a delivery wagon that was being turned into a Parkway?
“1949 Willy’s Jeep. No title, bill of sale only.
Two wheel drive.
Body pretty straight with some rust.
6 cylinder, runs. manual trans.
This is a great project vehicle.
Don’t know much about it, just traded for it.”
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $100.
“Unsure of year but believe this to be a Willys Wagon frame has hurricane engine manual gear box and transfer case all three appear to be locked up and axles won’t free spin. There is no title with this.”
Dan spotted this parts wagon.
“50’s Willys Wagon. No title. $1000 Brian. Text ”
Runs and drives.
“1948 Jeep Willys Sedan Delivery. 2-wheel drive, standard 4-speed tranny. V6 Buick motor. Brand new tires& rims. Also have original rims and hubcaps. Body has some filler in spots. Rusts on fenders. Body is in good shape for being 68 yrs old. This vehicle runs and drives very well. Only selling because I would like to get an older Corvette. We are asking $5500. If the ad is still up, it’s still available. Serious inquiries only. No spam, no certified checks, no dealers or brokers. ”
Needs some work. Seller must sell.
“Moving and do not have room at the new place in Florida. It’s all original, and I have bought A LOT of replacement parts from Kaiser Willys (steering wheel, all window seals/tracks, original size tires, light fixtures, and a $500 braided wiring harness for the entire vehicle, etc). It has the original Super Hurricane 6-226 engine. I removed the seats and oak floor slats, everything is there ready for restoration/reassembly. There is some rust, but she’s 60 years old! It was running prior to me removing all of the old wires/replacing the tires with original size.”
No pics provided.
“i have had this willey jeep since childhood(55yrs.) it has been in storage and not really used for the last 15 years it has been a family treasure i just put new brakes and rubber on it 5 years ago it runs fine it has been painted from its original color to red, it does well in the parades!”
UPDATE: **Status Unknown** Was $5000
No drivetrain. Might make a good build.
“This is my willys. It has no motor or trans. Driver door need body work but the rest of the vehicle is straight. Please call me with any questions.”