UPDATE: Price dropped to $11,500
(04/04/2014) Looks like a sharp truck.
“1950 WILLYS PICK-UP, 1TON RATED , 1/2 OF THE LEAFS HAVE BEEN REMOVED TO SOFTEN THE RIDE BUT CAN BE ADDED BACK, DANA REAR FRONT AND BACK, DANA TRANSFER, OPTIONAL 4 SPEED- 1ST IS GRANNY GEAR, 350 CHEVY ENGINE ADAPTED TO ORIGINAL RUNNING GEAR, NEW BRAKES, WIRING, TIRES, FUEL AND BRAKE LINES. ALL GAUGES , LIGHTS, WIPERS, HORN WORK AS THEY SHOULD. DRIVES GREAT AND TRANSFER CASE, TRANSMISSION, LOCK OUT ALL WORK AS THEY SHOULD.”
UPDATE: Still Available
(06/14/2014) It’s got a column shift.
“I have for sale an early 1946 CJ2A Willys Jeep rolling chassis. The tub has some rust through but is very restorable. I believe it has the original paint and is not all dented and banged up. It comes with the frame, front axle, rear axle, springs, rims, front bumper, rear hitch, windshield frame, front fenders, grill, steering sector,all three matching data plates, engine that is stuck, and several small hard to find parts. This is a column shift jeep.”
UPDATE: Still Available
(07/15/2014) Are those Allstate hubs? I can’t quite make out the lettering.
“1946 C2 JEEP WILLY. Later Jeep. 4 Cylinder Engine explains bogus clearance box on hood. Hasn’t run in 2-3 years. Should be easy to make roadable”
UPDATE: Still Available
(12/31/2013) This might be worth a look.
“Old military jeep. Its all there. I picked it up as a project and well im a novice with not enough time.
brakes have been done. engine turned on once with fuel down the carb…no trades and not looking to lose on my investment.clear title.
Fuel tank cleaned and recoated. Radiator also clean and repaired.
Obo. It has a tow bar you can haul it away.
It was sitting in a field. So it does have rust.”
UPDATE: Price dropped to $2700
(07/14/2014) Seller has other jeep parts for sale, too.
“1942 Jeep – Ford GPW with small block Chevy (265 cid) manual 3 speed, hi-low 4×4 transfer case. Solid original body and windshield.”
Charles discovered this unusual postcard.
This one-of-a-kind smoker and BBQ was built from a 1954 Willys Wagon. It was created as a portable bbq kitchen for a restaurant in Mississippi called the The Shed (actually, two restaurants now) founded by the Orrison family. They chose to use a Willys because, “it’s like the oft repeated mantra of cooking great barbecue: You have to drive it ‘low and slow.’”
Medium.com has a long story about The Shed and their experience at a BBQ competition.
Here are a few photos from medium.com and from USA Today:
Next Weekend is the Midwest Willys Summer Reunion in Effingham, Illinois. If you are interested in any eWillys books or t-shirts, Bob Christy will have some for sale at his booth.
“Saturday’s guest speaker will be Mike Picard. Mike is the designer and builder of the amazing Electro-Willys; an all electric powered M38. He is also the host for the Colorado Fall Colors Tour which is an annual event where Willys jeepers from around the country meet for a week of trail riding in the Rocky Mountains. Mike is an active member of the MVPA who helped in the planning of the 2012 ALCAN convoy. The Willys Nelson Band will be there to sing tribute songs to our favorite Willys classics!”
Here’s more information: http://www.midwestwillysreunion.org/sumwwr.htm
East Coast Willys Restorations is is hosting the East Coast Willys Association’s 3rd Annual Swap Meet on Saturday, October 4th, in Siler City, North Carolina. I’ve donated a few items to help benefit the NC Vietnam Veterans group.
Here’s a rare parts list booklet from Willys Motors. The POWER GIANT branding is new to me.
“Auction is for old heavy equipment parts catalog brochure. 63 pages. Cover has wear and soiling. Has some water marks on bottom edge of cover and first 5 pages from moisture. All other pages are good with no tears and very light soiling.”
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If you can get your hands on a June 1946 issue Country Gentleman Magazine, you will find this ad. Or, you can just snag this one on eBay. Seller believes this is in fair to good condition, but given the stains it seems poor to me.
Search for full issues of the June 1946 Country Gentleman Magazine
If you collect Super Jeep paraphernalia, this might be of interest.
“Great condition with minor surface scratches. It has the Super Jeep wheelie design with “Toughest 4-letter word on wheels” logo.”
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Another 1948 Package Delivery Van, except this is the California Body version. Compare it to Jesse’s version.
“Will sell all of my Jeeps for the low price of $10,000 (Firm) which takes into consideration that there are issues, minor to major with all 3. Do Not let this scare you off. This is a screaming Deal for what I have and definitely warrants the expenditure of some time to come and look if you are a serious Jeep buyer! 1. 1947 CJ2 2. 1951 Jeep pickup 3. 1948 Willys Overland Parcel Delivery (PD) Quite Rare! First two run and the PD was driven from San Francisco to Paynes Creek 18 years ago and has not been started since. It has the 4 cylinder flathead engine and the other two are F Heads. The 1947 has an F head that is a transplant out of a 1953 jeep station wagon. I will entertain the idea of parceling them out. I do not answer TEXT messages, If you wish to communicate with me you must respond to the Craig’s List email platform with your phone number and your first name and I will get back to you shortly. I can provide more pictures by request.”
Ready for the road.
“1956 willies truck.
this was a two year project,and everything was either replaced with new parts,or rebuilt with new parts.numbers matching motor,transmissio,front & rear ends.super hurricane straight six.new tires,new paint,new interior.converted to 12 volt system.everything in on and under is like new.runs-drives.true California truck with 53000 true miles.”
UPDATE: Price dropped to $4500
(05/14/2012) Normally I think flatties that are stretched in the middle look a little odd. However, this looks to me like a stretch well done. I like the price on this too.
“Have lots of fun in this 1946 willys jeep. It has a V-6 motor, automatic transmission, power disc brakes. drives great and looks great.I have had this jeep about 9 years it is very reliable.”
May be a good price.
“This Jeep has a 225 Buick V6, Muncie 4 speed tranny, full top & doors. May trade for KX450. Call or text anytime.”
Warn OD, PTO Winch and extra wheels. Worth a look.
“This is a nice find, 1964 Willys CJ5 with Warn overdrive, PTO and Ramsey 8,000 lb. winch. This CJ5 also has the working brake power booster. Very good condition and with no cancer. Extras include five extra wheels and excellent tires. Also has rear bumper tow package with rear tire and jerry can carrier. Perfect for ranch, hunting, trails, and/or tow vehicle. No smog required, current registration and pink slip in hand.”
An original running Austin Champ? That’s a miracle!
“A rare opportunity to own a piece of motoring history! This is a truly rare truck.
Very original and unrestored austin champ, nice and almost rustfree condition, runs and drive very good without problems.paint is decent but not perfect, complete with softtop, for more info please contact us.
This version of the Champ is built and used an Austin A90 Atlantic motor”
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Looks solid and stock. Has small amount of hat channel rust.
“For sale is by far the nicest most solid original Willys I’ve ever owned. This would be an excellent candidate for a restoration project because sheet metal work would be minimal. I included a pic of the worst rust in the Jeep in the hat channel under the fuel tank. It starts, runs, drives and stops great. It still has the original 6 volt charging system. The steering is still tight. The brakes work great and the fuel tank is brand new. I would call it 95% original and had to be stored inside most of its life. I tried to leave the body alone so you can see what you are getting. Clean TN title in my name. $4700 Serious calls only please no texts.”
Runs and drives. Looks solid.
“RUNS GREAT, NEW TIRES, READY TO DRIVE HOME! M38 MILITARY JEEP”
Ran when parked.
“1945 Willys Jeep.
This is an awesome little jeep. It was made during the WWII era, but never was shipped over seas. These jeeps will climb anything and are rare and hard to find.
Needs a transfer case, engine ran when it was parked over 20 yrs ago. Requires plenty of work, but has all the pieces with it. I only have a bill of sale
Will trade for guns, may consider other things.
1200 Or Best Offer. Cash talks.“
It’s had some recent work.
“For sale is a 1952 former USMC Willys M38A1 Jeep. This Jeep was, until last year, used at a deer hunting ranch behind Mt. Hamilton for the last 40 years. It was painted in orange until last fall when I put it back in olive drab. It has the correct Hurricane 4 cylinder engine and runs fine. I tuned it up and replaced the exhaust manifold. The seats are new, as is the glass, tires, rims, turn signals, tail lights and bikini top. The body isn’t perfect, but what do you want for a 62 year old veteran?! All gauges, except the speedometer work. She ain’t fast but is a hoot driving around town with the windshield down. Perfect for a weekend ride or ranch property. $6500″
It’s got a rear PTO. The body is a 2A.
“This Jeep is a true classic in great running and driving condition. Almost every part has been gone through in the past 12 months to eliminate any issues. Clean Mass title in hand.
-l134 motor, new head gasket and new distributor
-Spicer 18 transfer case. New gaskets and bushings.
-T-90 3 speed transmission. New gaskets, bushings and synchros.
-New clutch and parking brake assembly, both with less than 150 miles on them.
-Rebuilt Carter carburetor and new intake manifold gasket. Has new complete exhaust system.
-6 volt electrical, brand new complete wiring harness built by Walcks 4wd to accommodate turn signals. All lights function properly. All dash gauges and horn function properly.
4 BF Goodrich 31×10.5×10 All Terrain tires with 95% tread.
Body and frame are rust and rot free. This is a fun Jeep to drive, turns heads wherever you go. Please contact me with any questions”
The dash on this is customized flattie is unusual.
“Up for sale we have a well upgraded custom 1945 Willy’s Jeep. This Jeep has a 1969 Buick V6 229 Engine with the original Transfer Case. The Transmission in this Jeep is a Manual GM Granny 4-Speed tranny; to support the torque of this motor you have a heavy duty rear drive line, a Air locker front axle, and a Detroit locker rear axle. This Jeep has a Pre-78′ Chevy Steering column with the ignition switch in the column and the power steering is fully functional. This Jeep is ready for the fun in the sun, go out in style with the confidence Jeeps were founded on.
Fully Fabricated Front Bumper Air Tank
Removable Cooler Rack (Was Originally Assembled to be permanent)”
Runs and drives.
“Running 1956 Willys jeep truck.
4×4 with warn locking hubs
Flat 6 cylinder
Actual mileage as shown
Drove it today
New drum brakes
4×2 manual trans
This is a rat rodders dream truck.”