UPDATE: Price dropped to $10,500.
(11/03/2016) Looks road ready.
“1951 Willis jeep wagon has S10 frame with all S10 running gear2.2 4 cylinder motor all S10 gauges all new window rubber new seats. Rallys with brand new tires automatic transmission will trade no junk no pay pal text or call.”
UPDATE: Still Available.
(01/14/2017) It’s a project. No description provided.
UPDATE: Price dropped to $4500.
(03/26/2016) Has some frame and body rust. Contact the seller here: email@example.com
“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?),”
Todd’s selling this Parkway, but would prefer to trade it for an FC-170 with dump bed. You can contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
“64 Willys Parkway, 318 engine, 4 wheel drive, overdrive, pto operated winch, everything runs great, and is mostly original, came off Roswell Airforce Base, NM, in the late 60’s early 70’s, SW car until 2014, clear title……would like to trade for FC 170 dump, either flatbed or standard bed. Sell price $10,000, but prefer trade first”
No title. Doesn’t run. Has V8 installed.
“1951 Willys wagon. 350 Olds with aluminum intake and valve covers and headers. B&M shifter and black bucket seats. Believe it is a 350 turbo transmission. GM 5 lug rearend and Mopar front suspension with rack and pinion. Don’t know condition of engine as never tried to start it. Body is solid and not much rust. No title, sorry. ”
This undated postcard is for sale on eBay. Note the wagon in the right lower corner. At first I thought that was a Parkway Conversion, but given the setup on the truck behind the wagon (the bend seats) I think this could be a Traveller. I’d have to guess this photo was taken in the early 1960s. It’s only photo I know of that shows a wagon at the Las Brisas Resort in Mexico.
The fact the wagon isn’t quite pink, kind of more purplish, might mean it didn’t belong to the resort, but just ferried visitors to/from it. Hertz Rentals did a similar thing by renting blue colored surrey-looking DJ-3As to visitors (see bottom of post).
View all the information on eBay
Back of card:
Hertz Rental Jeeps in Mexico:
UPDATE: **Status Unknown** Was $3500.
“wagon has alot of new parts. brand new inspection good until 2/17.
-has a 69 buick skylark 350 with th350 transmission.
-new hooker supercomp headers
-new 3″cherrybomb sidepipes
-new fuel line and filter
-new gauges. temp, volt, and oil
-completley new wiring harnes. the old harnes war ripped oit and everything has been wired in brand new through a fuse block. everything runs off of toggle switches.
-rear mounted battery
-b/m mega shift
-upgraded electric wiper motor
-new summit racing 40,000btu heater
-new adjustable summit racing bucket seats
-new becool 1,300 cfm fan
-all new hoses and wiring on the motor
all suspension components are only 2 years old. leafs, bushings, shackles
-new tie rod ends.
alot of new stuff.
the rear floor is all new. with new batton strips. also the crossmembers that support the floor are new 2″x2″x.25″ box tubing. everything has been seam sealed. new rockers.
has 35×12.5×15 mickey thompson baja mtz tires.
thing runs great.”
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was FREE.
Marlo spotted this find. Can anyone tell if this is a Parkway or a Traveller?
“This 1940s collectible Willys Jeep could be restored or can be used for parts or even decor. You would need to tow it away. This is part of an estate and the paperwork is missing.”
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.”
Needs some interior work.
“1960 Willy’s Parkway Conversion
Buick 350 V8
3 Speed Manual Transmission
4 Wheel Drive
Runs strong and drives. Registered Non Op, Pink Slip in hand. Clean Title
It’s street legal and ready to come off Non Op. No smog required.
Some rust on lower front rocker panels. Interior not finished, some surface rust.
True survivor, Sound vehicle. Lots of new and extra parts.
Reason for selling is I bought a new car.
Great for a desert project 4 wheel drive or street cruiser.
Willys is the original Jeep”
Dan shared this one.
“Very rare. 1957 Panel Delivery.”
Dan spotted this Parkway for sale.
“1955 Willys Jeep 4×4 Panel Delivery ParkWay Conversion
Project / Or Parts Car
Straight / Very Solid / Nice Frame / Nice Floors
No Motor / No Title
Has Complete Drivetrain / Twin Stick T – Case / 4 Speed
Thanks to Dan for getting a pic of the interior.
“Been sitting. Will start but the float sticks. Has a Montgomery Ward 235 inline six. Some cancer in the fenders. The back cargo doors make it a rare find? I’ve been contacted already with cash offers. I need a wrecker for my shop. If your making a cash offer……..wrecker ain’t cheap.”
Looks in good shape.
“JUST ARRIVED, 1952 Jeep Willy’s Wagon 3-speed manual transmission 4-wheel drive with ONLY 40,000 miles. Miles are exempt on the title. 6,226 Super Hurricane, 3-speed manual transmission, Spicer Transfer Case, Original Instrument Cluster and Instrumentation. RESTORED from Front to Back, top to bottom. We have a copy of the Appraisal from 2/23/15 from Mahan Classic Auto Appraisals in Texas, this Willy’s was valued at $37,500. We are selling for $36,500. Be sure to watch for MUCH MORE INFO COMING SOON. Please be sure to view all 65 detailed photos at www.jimbabishauto.com. Call Jim Jr. for more info. Feel free to call us with any questions. Watch www.jimbabishauto.com for MORE INFO coming soon. Thanks for looking at this Classic Jeep Willy’s”
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $4000
Engine has been removed.
“1953 willys wagon new wiring,tires,rad alt, engine is out have 1 new piston,rings,gaskets,new rad,steering gear overhaul kit,12 volt alt,king pin kit,”
Unclear if it runs or not.
“Just out of indoor storage, stored since 1996, 1953 Willys Wagon with rare barn doors, This Willys was driven in to the storage building, motor & drive train was in good condition when put away, over head four cylinder engine, — 4 x 4 drive train —- $2275 or best offer”
It’s rough, but looks to be a parkway.
“1950 willys overland delivery project.what you see is what you get.has 4cyl motor and auto that goes with it.2wd,on original frame,some rust in front floors,original wood runners in rear”
Dan pointed out that the white body is a Parkway Conversion.
“Selling 2 willys bodies 1 has a front end.
Will throw in a rolling chevy blazer frame if needed”
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $11,800.
I thought this might be a late Parkway Conversion, but it turns out to be part of a special sales order. See the comments for more information.
Data Plates including a Special Sales Plate:
“Watch this video in a new window: http://vimeo.com/116792913
View the FULL gallery in a new window: https://www.flickr.com/photos/donvintage/sets/72157649876374098/
Gus is a 1965 Willys originally from the south west, which means NO RUST. A retired man with a history in restoring military Jeeps saved Gus from the cutting torch. A few misguided teenagers concocted a plan to cut Gus’ fenders and make him into a “rock crawler”. Our retired friend couldn’t let that happen, and decided restoring and upgrading Gus would be a great retirement project.
$11,800 – We are open to trades, prefer interesting/older cars.
Too bad this wasn’t better cared for. I like the old branding.
“1952 Willys Wagon for parts or restore. No title. Ambulance style rear doors. Not cherry but all there. Has spare parts. Call for details. Can help deliver to a good home.”
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $9900.
(08/20/2014) Solid looking parkway conversion.
“1957 Willys Wagon
350 Chevy motor
350 automatic transmission
Original 2 wheel drive frame
Orginal planor front suspension
Chevy rear axle
Power steering, power brakes
Nice chrome, body in great shape,no rust, a few minor dings.
Runs and drives, currently registered”
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $2000
(07/27/2014) I think this is a factory Parkway Conversion given the rivets/bolts in-between the rear windows (see pic 2).
“$2,000 or best offer. 230 tornato motor. new battery,runs drives, eats starters”
UPDATE: Was $5975. **Status Unknown**
(10/01/2013) This wagon looks good.
“1963 Willy’s Wagon Overlander 4×4
Very Rare & Cool Looking Wagon!!
Complete Restoration In 1997 Everything Works The Way It Should!!
Chevy 350 V8 Runs Strong, New Points, Plugs, Wires, Dynomax Exhaust
5 Speed T5 Transmission & Transfer Case, 4.10 Gears
15in American Racing Wheels Wrapped In 31in Tires With Plenty Of Tread Left
Locking Front Hubs
Factory Tinted Glass
New Alpine Stereo With 6in Speakers In The Front & 6×9 Speakers In The Rear
Very Clean Interior
Heater Works Great For Cold Mornings!”
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $1200.
(03/16/2014) I think this is the sixth different wagon-into-trailer that I’ve listed (see here for the others). Kent Frost‘s has been the nicest I’ve seen.
“Willy’s wagon made into pull behind camper in the 1960’s. Has the hard to find ambulance or ‘barn doors’ in back. I used to pull it behind my Willys to swap meets. Have the parts to make this complete for street rod / rat rod / rock climber / etc. $1200. as is.”
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $750.
Dan spotted this parkway.
“52 willys jeep wagon. Ambulance style Twin rear door, NOT the surfer style with tail gate. ^6 cylinder motor 4X4 manual trans, engine stuck. a bit rough looking but restorable. will post photos soon. call for details 218fouronezero37zero4 – title obtainable. Serious callers only, Texts will go in the trash. Net10 does not send them for me so don’t bother. “