The links to posts below show jeeps grouped by models, condition, and other ways. Some of these jeeps are for sale and others have been sold. If you are unsure whether a vehicle is still for sale or not, email me at d [at] ewillys.com for more info.
Importantly, the allure of buying a project jeep can be romantic. The reality of restoring a jeep can be quite different, expensive and overwhelming without the right tools and resources. So, tread carefully when purchasing a "project". If you have any concerns about buying a vintage jeep, or run across a scam, feel free to contact me for help, comments or concerns .
“1942 ford gpw jeep. This is a good project jeep. it is 75 years old and shows it. I purchased it as a project, and now need the cash to repair my truck. I repaired the steering and got it to run. It needs lots of tlc. $4000.00 OBO”
(08/26/2016) Doesn’t run at the moment, but looks interesting.
“Killer garage find. Ben sitting years. Complete and in good to great shape it’s 1942. Has a four cylinder pinto engine. Clean and clear matching title and new plates . I bet a gas tank cleaning and a tune up she will run agine.. Lots of good new parts to go with it.. cool old ford 4×4.”
(12/18/2016) Has updates. Seller indicates it is a project.
“This is a 1951 Willy that runs and drives. It was a fun project but I don’t have the time for it so I’m listing it. Needs a battery. 302 v8 that runs great. New top, aluminum radiator, warn hubs, and much more. Call with any questions you might have.”
The Soggy Bottom Ranch is using this a fund raise. There is plenty of work to do here.
“1946-49 Willys-Overland Station Wagon. In cooperation with an Armory Museum contact that provided us this iconic rig, we’re proud to offer this VERY RARE, STRAIGHT & SOLID 99% California RUST FREE [surface rust] wagon for sale. Designed by Brooks Stevens, this FIRST GENERATION Willys Station Wagon’s steel body was the first all-steel, factory-built station wagon in North America. Arguably, the first sport utility vehicle in the world to gain mass appeal. No Motor or trans. 50% Glass. Great stock resto, Jeeprod or Ratrod project. Where are you going to find another one? Bill of Sale Only. Proceeds of this sale to benefit the nonprofit SBR Foundation. Any questions, please text 702.498.1317 or email us via email@example.com”
“1957 willys truck for sale. It has al all original drivetrain, 226 super hurricane, t90, d18. Engine runs good. The starter is pulled right now due to a bad bendix gear. If interested I have many more willys parts that could go along with it.”
Seller mistakenly describes the engine as an F-134, when it’s actually an L-134.
“1949 Willys Jeep CJ3A, $5,200
Red with black seats and full soft top.
Unrestored. Kept in Nevada and California during its life. Original body, paint, and mechanicals (as far as I know). Starts, runs, drives. Drove it this morning around town.
F-134 4-cylinder engine, T-90 transmission, Dana 18 transfer case, Dana 41 rear axle, Dana 25 front axle. Rare(ish) Warn overdrive installed on D18. All of it works.
Plated and current CA registration through Jan 2018. Pink slip in hand.
Installed for better drivability/reliability: K&N style air cleaner, updated distributor internals, improved oil filter, and Optima battery. Have original air cleaner and other parts.
Dana 18 rebuilt last year, and Warn Overdrive updated.
General Grabber 31″ tires on powder-coated 15″ steel wheels.”
Has a ventilating windshield and a really early speedo cluster.
“A true classic ready for restoration. Original Owner. Used primarily for hunting in Eastern OR. and running around the farm in the valley. Mileage is correct. Motor Starts and runs. This was one of the first CJ5s built and has several military parts, including the split windshield and side mirror mount. Very unusual. Vehicle was stored in a barn and recently brought to Gibson Auto in Portland for full evaluation. Full documentation available. Over $700.00 spent. New Battery, points, condenser, fluids, etc. Installed alternative fuel source line to test engine. A great restoration project for the right person. Body needs repair, but overall most rust is mostly surface, except for two small spots below the door openings. I would probably replace the floor boards, Seats have been recovered. Needs new front right spring (I would replace all, but that one is broken) and a new gas tank and fuel lines. Gauges appear to work. Old convertible top needs to be replaced. Wiring works, but needs to be upgraded or replaced. Tires have good tread, but are old and should be replaced. Unique opportunity to own a true original vehicle and have some fun fixing it up! The vehicle has a tow bar, so getting it to its new home will not be too hard. Call for more information. I have a lot!”
December 29, 2016 • CATEGORIES: M-170 • TAGS: Nice.
UPDATE: Still Available.
(12/13/2016) Seller believes this is a CJ-6 rather than an M-170.
“1955 Willys Jeep powered by the Buick Dauntless V6 runs great four-wheel-drive comes with its own built in beer cooler. All the brakes are brand-new, new battery, large factory gas tank, 20 inch longer wheelbase then CJ5 rare body with soft top in good condition. Brand-new tires all the way around including the spare, four large storage compartments, everything works new wiring freight train horn updated with power fan for radiator cooling, 12 V system, comes with a mini-me hood ornament compliments of Tonka toys, No rust always stored covered, much cheaper than an early bronco with almost the same look and dependability and cheaper more abundant parts, rare body very collectible cheap to ensure, never have to smog, never need to worry about speeding tickets, geared low, might consider interesting trades, but prefer cash thanks”
“1941 Jeep Willy stretched about 3 feet longer. Toyota Landcruiser frame, 350 chevy high performance roller motor. 3/4 cam. 202 heads gear driven, Double cover valve covers polished aluminum, chrome 650 double plumper carp. Engine professionally build brand new by Charles Hoverton out of Phoenix via Pro Stock Eng Builders…etc etc too much to list,,over $8,000 in parts in the motor. Borg and Warner 4 speed manuel, new heavy duty clutch assembly 12 inch, 2 Ford 9 inch front and rear ends, shorty headers. This jeep is appox 0 miles on the new crate motor. Additionally, old school Chevy parts, engine hoist and 1963 327 motor also available if wanted. Plus, extra chevy parts available, alternator, brand new 6 blade fan, starter, headers, thrush pipes with headers, 3 stage flow masters, etc etc. Will sale parts separately …. Must Sale! Best offer $15,900, willing to negotiate. Engine is $12,000 alone. Make an offer, possible trade plus cash. 1941 Jeep Willy title.”
“1965 Willys CJ5 jeep with Chevy V6 and TH350 automatic. Full grey soft top with doors, sides, back. (door tops and windows not shown) Also have a black bikini top including half doors. SS bumpers, NEW 10×15 aluminum rims and 33″ 12.50 x 15 tires (less than 150 miles on tires) Edelbock 4 barrel carb, headers, runs strong, looks good (older build but still nice). Asking $6500 OBO.”
“POSSIBLY THE OLDEST OPERATIONAL FORD GPW JEEP
***FIRST WEEK OF PRODUCTION–DECEMBER 1942***
ALL ORIGINAL PARTS HAVE BEEN CLEANED AND SAVED
About 6,500 were produced that first week. Somehow this one survived over 70 years in original condition. However, to be operational, it required a lot of TLC such as:
REBUILT ORIGINAL MOTOR AND MANIFOLDS
NEW ELECTRICAL SYSTEM, REGULATOR, BATTERY AND STARTER
NEW TIRES AND TUBES
NEW BRAKE SYSTEM
NEW HOSES AND BELTS
NEW TRANSMISSION AND HOUSING
NEW SEAT CUSHIONS
NEW FUEL PUMP AND FILTER
ORIGINAL CARB REBUILT
NEW FUEL TANK AND LINES
SEVERAL HUNDRED HOURS OF THE OWNER’S LABOR”
“I am selling my Willys M38 Jeep that was finished as a MB clone. This 1952 military jeep was built for the Korean war and is a true military jeep, but this one has the MB grille/bucket lights and older style windshield added.
Many new parts. The Willys runs and drives well and is parade ready. No oil leaks to speak of. Maybe one or two drips at the most. I drive this jeep every other day to the store and everybody honks and waves. This is a great jeep for you to have fun with the kids and grandkids as it has all the safety upgrades, such as blinkers, tail lights, seat belts, head lights, black out lights, and horn.
This jeep starts every time winter or summer. 4×4 works as it should. Not perfect, but ready to drive and have fun with. It cruises about 40 mph. The speedometer reads about 8 mph too fast so you’ll think you’re driving 48 mph! Clean Kansas Title.