UPDATE: **Status Unknown** Was $12,500.
()6/18/2016) Seller notes that jeep was originally restored at a jeep dealership.
“Jeep 1952 CJ3-A in excellent condition. Third owner; bought from Jeep dealership owner that restored and owned for years. Jeep in all original condition except side mirror. All new tires, brakes, lines and master cylinder. Everything works – light, heater, horn. Completely rebuilt PTO with Ramsey 8000 lb period correct winch. Winch being put together, PTO installed. Includes new bearings, seals and chain on PTO. Beautiful rare find. Firm on price. Thanks for looking.’
UPDATE: Still Available.
(08/03/2016) Looks like most of the jeep’s history is documented.
“1951 Jeep Willy
Clean California Title
with records and provenance all the way back from the 70’s
comes with detachable doors and front tow hitch
recently serviced at “Jeeps R Us”
runs and looks great
email with any serious inquiries”
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $11,000.
“WWII all restored Army Jeep for sale.
-New top and tires
-It’s been in a military museum for twenty years”
UPDATE: Still Available.
(11/07/2016) Has a Muller Top and other custom updates.
“1942 Ford Jeep
• 34,806 miles
• Clean Title In hand
• 74 Year Old Military Jeep
• No DMV FEES
• Original Body
• All Chevy Products
• Top is Cooper Custom Made
• Top Can Be Removed
• Panels Can Be Removed
• Custom Made Doors
• Windshield Folds Down
• No Row Bar
• Bucket Seats From 1960 Mustang
• Custom Made Backseat
UPDATE: Still Available.
(11/17/2016) Looks like a 2A that’s had the fuel inlet filled and an MB/GPW tank installed. Would make a solid re-enactment or parade jeep.
“1946 Jeep. New brakes all around, new battery, Runs great. Converted to 12 volt, has canvas top. Black out lights changed to street lights for driving around town. I have all parts in a box. Appointment need to show.”
Todd’s selling this Parkway, but would prefer to trade it for an FC-170 with dump bed. You can contact him at email@example.com.
“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”
Craig shared this nice looking truck. Looks like the bed needs cleaning.
“1953 WILLYS TRUCK
ALL ORIGINAL EQUIPMENT 4-CYL. ENGINE, 3 SPEED TRANS., ORIGINAL TRANSFER CASE FOR THE 4WD. 4WD WORKS, BRAKE SYSTEM COMPLETELY REBUILT, 12 VOLT ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
RUNS AND DRIVES GREAT”
“1967 Kaiser Jeepster Station Wagon C-101.
This first year Kaiser Jeepster has spent its life in the So Cal high desert.
The Super Rare Brian Chuchua dealership license plate frames surround the 67 JEEP plates.
225 Dauntless V6 this is the best engine the factory ever installed in a Jeep.
T-86 3sp trans
Dana 20 TC
4.88 axle ratio with Dana 27 front, Dana 44 rear (freshly rebuilt) with factory limited slip.
New 235-85/16 Goodyear Wrangle Duratrac tires E rated less than 3k miles on them.
The electrical system has been upgraded and rewired.
New 100amp Alternator
New 2900 cfm Electric fan.
New Hella H4 headlights 55-100 watt.
New Hella 55 watt Driving lights.
New United Pacific 55watt Fog lights.
New Windshield and seal.
New Auxiliary Radiator.
New Master Cylinder and Wheel Cylinders.
New Brakes Shoes.
New Rear Drums.
New Heavy duty Snow and Ice wiper blades and arms.
The clutch has been upgraded to rod activated.
Radiator has been replaced.
Appears pretty original.
“Standard rebuilt motor fully restored with new leather interior”
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was on eBay.
Looks ready to roll.
“This 1963 Willys Jeep FC-170 is a strong running example of the companys medium wheelbase Forward Control model, This FC-170 is powered by a super reliable and ready for work and fun 226ci Super Hurricane motor.
It is rare to find these trucks in nice condition today as most were worked very hard and then cast aside. This FC-170 was expertly painted in the popular factory offered combination of red and cream. This example retains its proper tailgate markings and factory badging. Glass is in good condition as well, a big plus as good replacements are difficult to find. The side-mounted spare and un-incorporated tail lights complete the look.
Used primarily for fair weather weekend driving this truck looks just as it did when restored. The FC-170 model offered a nice compromise between looks and utility, as shorter 150s have less cargo space and longer 180 and 190s tend to look a bit stretched and ungainly.
Inside the cab things are nicely kept and almost entirely OEM. All gauges, lights and switches work as designed, including the interesting single digit scaled speedometer.
Power comes from a Continental Super Hurricane L-head straight six. Displacing 226 cubic inches and rated for about 110 HP and 190 lb. ft. at very low revs, this one starts easily, runs smoothly and offer excellent reliability. Power is distributed through a floor-shift 4-speed manual and hi/lo range transfer case, and all four tires are new.
This Unique Willys FC-170 amazingly comes with its original New Jersey Title. This is an outstanding opportunity to own a unique and highly sought after chapter in Jeep History.”
“This 1949 Willis Overland Jeepster is the perfect driver with just enough work needed to make it your own. It has: professionally rebuilt original 4 cyl. flathead, rebuilt original 6 volt generator and starter, all new brake drums, wheels, cylinders and master cylinder. Original style wiring harness, runs great and looks good. Newer paint has some chips Top and top frame are installed but needs to be stapled to the oak base member. I just leave it down, fair weather car with no side curtains. The car has only about 150 miles since body on restoration and engine build. Call Terry and make best offer.”
It could use some better pics, but looks pretty nice.
“Have a 1948 Jeep Willys in amazing condition. This car can be used as a daily driver, and as a classic car.
•327 short block
•3 speed transmission
•pro comp suspension
•DVD/AUX stereo with water proof speakers
•has 3 original gas tanks from 1948
•oversized off road tires
•leather corvette seats
•and many more.
This car has no leaks.”
“Original restored 1962 Willys Jeep Wagon 4×4. Kept this beauty original.”
Looks road ready.
“Willys Wagon 1959 302 V8, only 1900 miles. C4 Ford Automatic. Dana Transfercase #20. Power steering and power brakes. It has new Jeep running gear, 4 wheel drive with new tires and rims. Paint is in excellent condition and all new interior. Rebuilt to be brand new.”
There’s some diamond plate on the interior of the rear wheel wells and there is a single bench seat up front, among other updates.
“1948 Willy’s Jeep with new BesTop upper cover with doors & windows. Can remove for convertible, driving with roll bars. V6, 285 engine. Clean title. Permanent Antique Oregon plate. email or send phone contact if interested.”
UPDATE:**SOLD** Was $15,699
(10/23/2016) Looks good. Has been converted to 12 Volt.
“1942 Ford GPW. I have a clear title. New tires, new canvas top and seats. Rebuilt carburetor. 5 combat rims. Original riveted brass data plates – numbers match the frame. This was a running jeep that was cleaned, repaired as necessary, painted, and returned to the original condition when obtained. It has been converted to 12 volts. with an alternator. It is believed that all the parts are original except for the front bumper and horn (try to find a Sparton horn at a decent price!) and of course, the alternator. There are a lot of Ford marked parts – it is assumed that those who did repairs and replacements did not worry about using Ford marked parts in the past.”
Looks in good shape.
“I have a nice 1953 M38a1. Overall good condition, runs and drives great. I only want to trade for an emissions exempt or passing Jeep Grand Wagoneer.
If interested and you don’t have a grand wagoneer, I’ll entertain cash offers.
Text for more info.
I do not need help selling. If the add is still up, it’s still available.”
“Excellent inside and out rebuilt motor 7500 miles ago this Jeep needs nothing just moved here from Colorado and have no need for it”
UPDATE: Still Available.
(11/03/2016) Looks nice.
“1951 willys wagon. This wagon was restored in the early 2000s. Has some rat-rod embellishments, like the turn signals. Mustang “cleveland” engine and automatic transmission, edelbrock carb,air shocks. Not perfect, not completely restored but closer than most.”
Seller has a trailer for sale, too.
“This beautiful 1946 CJ2A Willys Jeep has been completely restored to a “daily driver” level. These vehicles are becoming very rare as most have either been destroyed or heavily modified. Few are available with the stock engine, power train and body.
1946 was the very first year a civilian “Jeep” was produced – with most parts converted directly from WWII production lines. At 70 years old, it remains a very functional and practical historical vehicle. Gearing is very low in these vehicles – they will go almost anywhere with both high and low range 4 wheel drive. The front hubs are locking/unlocking. This Willys makes an excellent “around town” driver, cruise-in and parade car, as well as a great hunting and exploring vehicle. An overdrive can easily be installed if desired (it does not currently have one). This is NOT a freeway cruising vehicle – it is a 40-45 mph driver!
Cool looking Jeepster with mods.
“YOU ARE VIEWING A 1948 WILLYS JEEPSTER CUSTOM STEETROD , VERY COOL MACHINE!!! , IT IS 100 PERCENT RUST FREE !!!! , IT HAS A BUILT 350 V-8 , SMALL BLOCK CHEVY , 700 R4 TRANS , 1965 CHEVELLE ( 10 BOLT REAR ), IT ALSO HAS MUSTANG 2 INDEPENDENT FRONT SUSPENSION , RACK AND PINION STEERING , POWER DISK BRAKES , FLOWMASTER DUAL EXHAUST , GM TILT COLUMN , LOCAR SHIFTER, , SMOOTHIE WHEELS , THE LIST GOES ON AND ON !! NO EXPENSE SPARED ON THIS BUILD !!! VERY FRESH , VERY CLEAN , VERY LOW MILES !!! LESS THAN 4000 MILES SINCE COMPLETION !!! VERY NICE CAR SHOWS WELL !!! MUST SEE TO APPRECIATE !!!! 28,500 DOLLARS OR MIGHT TRADE FOR ANOTHER STREETROD OR MUSCLE CAR OF INTEREST !!!! MIGHT TRADE UP OR DOWN , DEPENDING ON WHAT YOU HAVE !!!! THANKS FOR VIEWING MY LISTING !!!! , ROD”
**SOLD** Was $6500.
“$6500 obo/possible trade. It includes two power inverters. Three Brand New Batteries and Chargers. Two New Freezers. 25 foot Flag pole that is retractable. Custom battery station. I have also recently paid a local garage $3600 to rewire and add all new electrical to the vehicle with Hi Amp Alternator and New Starter. Needless to say, it has a lot that has been done. It is a 1974 FJ-8C and very fun to drive.”
Nicely updated Jeepster.
“Reluctantly I am selling my Jeepster… this is a rare opportunity to own a very rare car and even better one that needs nothing, just turn the key and go! This car is a blast to drive and a real “attention getter” too. Best of it you can’t even see… the entire drivetrain has been upgraded with a 327 V8 (from a 66′ Corvette) and a Turbo 350 Automatic transmission going to a 85′ Mustang rear. It also has Power Steering so drivability is nothing like you may expect from a vehicle this old. It rides and steers smooth around town or at highway speeds. Everything is is in excellent mechanical condition and obviously it’s always been garage kept so it’s cosmetically in great shape too (No Rust anywhere)
Only reason I am selling is that I’ve bought a 70′ Bronco to restore and need the $ and garage space. The price ($15,000) isn’t negoitable, it is worth a good bit more than that.
The vehicle has been closely inspected recently to ensure safety and everything looks great, nothing to replace in the suspension or steering and no cracks or anything in the frame. I bought a braking system upgrade from Kaiser Willy’s (see photo) and planned to install when the current brakes need to be replaced. This will be yours and conveys with the vehicle.
I have a clear & clean SC Title in hand.”
Looks good. Drain holes have been filled.
“Frame off restoration to near original condition. Rebuilt original engine, transmission, transfer case, starter, and carburetor. New wiring (old style), springs, shocks, clutch, tires, gas and brake lines, and more. Converted to 12v but, looks like original 6v system. Numbers matching, everything redone NOS. Runs and drives great.”
“I have a mostly stock Willis wagon, runs great , front disk brakes, 4wd works good, has receiver hitch and was a daily driver for years.. new headliner. Not perfect, and missing a chrome strip on passenger door. Into this for 9k best offer or trade.”