UPDATE: Still Available.
“Up for sale is a 1956 jeep willys overland 4×4. Still has the original drivetrain including strait 6cyl flat head, 3sp granny gear trans and twin stick 4×4. Four wheel drive works good. Carb needs cleaned. Will only run on choke. Has electric fuel pump.The body is rough and needs work , if you dont own a welder and know nothing about body work this truck is not for you. Motor has been rebuilt and has only 100 miles on it. Along with rebuild new clutch and pressure plate were installed. The brakes work really good and have some new lines and hoses . The wind shield is cracked and will need replaced. All the lights, turn signals work. ”
Nathan spotted this once-government owned wagon.
“1954 Willys wagon four wheel drive. Standard tranny with original axels and transfer case Dana 20 in front Dana 44 rear.
Lockout hubs all work
Has 350 Chevy engine that starts and runs. Ranch truck last registered in 1975.”
UPDATE: Still Available.
(03/01/2016) Might be worth a look.
“Rare Willys, only made in 1946 & 1947. Perfect for restoration! Complete and ready to be your next project!”
It’s a project.
“Selling our beloved old Willys 4×4 Wagon – Has clean and clear title in my name – Has been on DMV non-op status for years. Was a running vehicle 15 years ago when parked. Has been in our family for the last 30 years. This is a project that is now time to let go of. Has a Corvette 283 motor and original 4×4 manual drivetrain. Also has an alternator with 12V electrical system. Has been upgraded with mustang bucket seats sometime ago. This is a rolling project sold as is, will need to be towed. Still have the original wood for the cargo area. Has the normal surface rust for a Willys of this age. Floors in front will need new sheet metal at some point. All glass is there with 2 of the flat glass pieces having cracks. Great truck for the Willys enthusiast to bring back to its former glory. Asking 2400.00 OBO. Motor alone may be worth what the asking price is. Need to get out of our driveway as soon as possible. ”
UPDATE: Still Available.
(02/21/2016) It’s had some updates.
“1948 Rare Willys sedan delivery 4×4 265CI V8 Chevy engine, Muncie 4 Speed transmission, Dana 18 transfer case, AMC 30 front axle, AMC 20 rear axle, painless wiring harness, tilt column, power steering, brand new Mickey Thompson 8 holes wheels 6 lug, brand new national XT Commando tires, new aluminum radiator, new shocks, Nice ride just needs paint and minor finishing or ready to go now as is runs and drives head turner.”
Here’s another modified wagon in the ‘tender” style.
“1957 has been converted to a truck. No 4×4 hooked up right now. Has a Chevy 350 and a Chevy 4 speed transmission. Runs and drives needs some work to drive regularly.”
UPDATE: Price dropped to $12,500.
(02/21/2016) Looks like a good ride.
“Original engine, drive train, frame & body. 3-speed, manual transmission, 4-wheel drive, Super Hurricane 226 motor. Runs excellent, body and interior in mint condition. Asking $13,000.00.”
Missing some interior.
“1960 willys wagon 4×4
Muncie 4 speed
Runs and drives good
Nice rig for a 1960″
Craig noticed that this inexpensive wagon has a surprisingly nice interior.
“Complete 4 x 4 parts vehicle with Hurricane 6 cylinder engine (stuck) Good glass and interior.”
No pics provided.
“I have a 1959 willys jeep. Was in the middle of restoring but lost interest. Has all original parts. I’m asking 1,500. All parts are there including front PTO winch.”
Runs and plows. No title.
“Willys fans will know what this is worth-others educate yourselves at the many websites available. This Wagon needs tires, a battery and e-brake cable to be ready for NYS Inspection. New metal in floors and quarter panels , new wiring throughout, all lights work. Runs and stops as it should and the plow is fully functional. Six cyl three speed high and low range 4 wheel drive with lock out hubs. Interior panels and trim complete, less headliner which is still in the box. Sold with Bill of Sale, no NYS title with vehicle this age.”
Has a variety of updates.
“1947 Panel body on 1961 Willys 4×4 Will consider trade for property-vehicles.”
Needs some brake and body work.
“1959 Jeep wagon 4×4, Mass. Title, runs and drives , 6 cylinder (rebuilt 1980), rear floor (wood in good shape) and quarters are rotted. Includes two replacement qtr panels and rockers vehicle is complete all glass in good shape with original fisher P/A plow. Gas tank? ,, brakes not working. $2,500 – Needs complete restoration sold as is. Radiator is missing.”
Has some frame and body rust. Contact the seller here: firstname.lastname@example.org
“1950 or ’53 Willys (JEEP) station wagon with barn doors FOR SALE. Runs, drives, needs transmission (no 2nd gear), completely rewired with GM 12V alternator, brakes replumbed with dual master cylinder, good tires, includes original hubcap, gas tank (needs cleaned), extra front fender, some original trim pieces, NO TITLE (last titled in NC as a 1953 in 2004?), $4950, Selma, NC”
UPDATE: Price dropped to $17,500.
(10/08/2015) “1955 willys wagon with matching trailor. low end frame off resto mod. 250 chevy strait six at 250hp. sm465 muncie granny 4 speed,np205 gear drive transfer case, dana 44 hd front with big hubs and spicer lock outs, 3;73 gears front refurbished with spartan locker. 14 bolt full float rear with g80 gov lock and 3;73 gears. spring suspention with front air shocks and rear air bags. power brakes, hydrolic clutch, manual steering.completely rewired, new brake lines, ect. new 35×12.50×17 at tires with black and camo xd wheels. roof rack,ammo boxes,2 first aid kits,high lift jack,tow bar,3shovels,ax,pick,gas and water jerry cans,12000lb winch,4 front spot lts,2 rear spot lts,led tail lts,air horn, on and on ect. all street legal. trailor has 35inch tires.trailor is not complete on inside. runs and drives good. rides like a log wagon. engine has oil blowing out of dip stick and i dont know why. lots of time and money spent. it has a oklahoma title that buyer will be responsible for all title work.this willys was built for deer camp and trail rideing.about 100 miles since completed. 18500.00 as is cash in hand. no scammers, serious only”
I bet “fast” is an understatement.
“LOOKING FOR A 1969 ELCAMINO
Awesome 1959 Willys Wagon Pro Street with a professionally built full square-tube chassis and a Mustang 2 front end with rack and pinion steering. 4 piston Willwood disc brakes all around. Car was completley re-wired front to back. Has a studder box. Has an ARC switch panel and a remote panel for outside! The 14 point cage was certified for 8.50s about 20 years ago. Originally a drag car now converted to a 9.0 second pro street car. It has a full roller, blown small block 400 punched to a 406 with an 8 quart oil pan, Full Eagle rotating assembly. Dart pro 2 heads. 230cc intake runners. Hartland 1.5 roller rockers with stud girdle. MSD ignition, and Wiend 671 Blower . Included are two 750 demon blower carbs and Dart 230 pro heads. I have 21K in the engine alone. Has NOS (never hooked up, never tried). The trans is a built Turbo 350 with a 3500 stall converter. Also has a 15 gallon fuel cell, wheelie bars and fan cooled oil and trans oil coolers under the rear. Dana 60 with 4.10s and detroit locker. Engine and trans have about 1200 miles on them. There was also a 5 page article done on it in RODS & RIDES magazine a few rears back.
Wheels and Tires: Front and rear wheels are Draglites. Rear tires are Mickey Thompson 33×19.5×15 Sportsman Pros. Front tires – Front Runners
HP 700-850 And that’s without the 250 shot of Nitrous. ”
Looks in good shape.
“1961 Willys wagon, original flat head inline six called the “super hurricane” This rig is mostly all original and runs really good. Has a PTO winch that works just fine. Everything works on this Willys.
I would like to trade for a 1st generation Isuzu Trooper (the square ones) but it’s gotta be a pretty nice one. Open to trades for an interesting classic car like a Nash or something cool and od. Or cash works too. ”
UPDATE: Status Unknown. Was on eBay.
Has great restoration potential.
“1947 Willys Overland “Jeep” 2-wheel drive station wagon model 4-63
In late 1946 Jeep introduced the first all steel body station wagon, supposedly because of the advances in steel manufacturing and rolling perfected during WWII. Before that time all station wagons were “woodies”, with wooden side panels. I purchased this Jeep in 1972, with 52,000 miles on the odometer, in San Francisco from the original owner, a taxi cab driver who only drove it on vacation. It then became a semi – daily driver until about 19 years ago where it retired in my driveway due to insurance costs and a growing family. I have changed the oil and started the Jeep periodically, however the carburetor needs some work. It runs if gas is dribbled into the carburetor.
Craig spotted this one. It runs and plows.
“-1957 Jeep Willys
– runs good
– snow plow works
-70 000 miles
– new interior ”
Pics out of the garage would help some.
1953 Willys hot Rod V-8 motor automatic
Side mufflers 98%rust free, runs good this Willys is in great shape must see to appreciate $9,850 obo just needs a little TLC”
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $14,000
Dan spotted this nice looking wagon.
“A short history of this 1962 Jeep Willys Utility Wagon: it was originally purchased in late 1962 by Motherlode Bank of Placerville, CA for use by the bank in evaluating rural properties for potential mortgages. The president of the bank bought the truck from the bank when he retired, and he left it to his son who later gave it to his nephew, who kept it on a farm near Modesto, CA. The nephew later sold it to a northern California real estate appraiser who was evaluating the farm and saw it in a barn, and he sold it to me in 2010. I found the vehicle online and had it shipped to Georgia, after many discussions with the owner and a thorough inspection in California.
Looks like a well-modified wagon.
“’52 Willys Station Wagon, 383 Chev. engine with 350 turbo, 10 bolt Chev. rea end. Rack ad Pinion steering, tilt steering wheel, A/C. Silver and lavender apint, lavender upholstery.”
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $15,000.
A great example of how a “Tender” might have looked had Willys Motors built one, though the bumpers would have been chrome. As we’ve learned, these appear to have been modified wagons. The best way to tell would be to remove the material under the top and look for a welded seam.
“1954 Willys Jeep four wheel drive Super Hurricane straight 6 cylinder motor pick up .Very rare uniside bed sides probably one of very few left in existence. I was told this could be one of very first 1954 willys off assembly line due to 0001 vin number
Frame off restoration including all mechanics and body restored done about 15 years ago but still looks and drives great, some pitting on chrome and a few scratches and chips on paint not perfect but real nice.
At time of restoration 15 years ago
frame off restored
This truck is center of attention wherever it goes , most people have never seen another one”
UPDATE: Still Available.
(10/07/2015) Looks similar to one of the “Tenders”. Looks good for the price. Might need a little work?
“This thing was built by a dear friend and co-worker at Gilbert’s Jeeps. He passed away this past April. He worked on Rat Willie for a couple of years. Being fair, I would say it is not exactly finished, but then that would be up to the buyer. Lots of differing ideas about such things.
The Willys body, which is a chopped down panel wagon, sits on a Chevy S10 Blazer frame. It has a 350 Chevy V8 with a Turbo 400 Auto transmission.”