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Yup! g-willys Last edited: Mar 28, 2013 g-willys, Mar 28, 2013 SHARE POST#6 Joined: Mar 23, 2010 Posts:143 Profile Page BlownMerc Member from Jerome Personally I think it is hard to I bought it and drove it home! Nena Barlow Barlow Jeep Rentals & Sedona Jeep School Willys: 1959 Wagon, aka "Found in Field" Jeep Other Jeeps: a continuously changing stable of JK's... Check This Out
So I knew I needed something as tough as a Jeep but with a bed like a truck. NO POLITICS, OR OTHER INAPPROPRIATE MATERIAL IS TO BE POSTED HERE. A stock Willys coupe is indeed a thing of beauty and I am bored with the gasser/racecar/pro street iterations. I wanted a real truck, not a toy. view publisher site
Nena Just read some of your blog.... Despite that graphic choice this Jeep assuredly will do more than 9 miles per hour.However, it won't do oodles more, being built for the comfort of slogging over either rough terrain I can shoot some pics tomorrow if you're interested (not the brakes though). 64 Traveler 355 SBC/SM465/NP205/D44's w/4:88/Detroit front/Spool rear Reply With Quote 03-28-2010,11:01 PM #15 Jeep School View Profile View Mostly around town cars that got great mileage!
- The seller is asking $7,500 for someone to move to you-Jeep-istan, and that's a lot of dough for an old and very basic vehicle.
- My old 38 coupe below.
- Back then i thought it was about as igly as could be, however that was all i could afford.
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- Below some of my other original Willys cars.
But of course the rims are an easy fix if you know which end of a lug wrench goes where. I shot photos of most all the Willys cars I watched race in that era. I watched it for a couple of years then it disappeared. These things did not stop or steer well even for their day.
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Register Help Remember Me? When I talked with him, he was willing to sell it for $800, but I wouldn't have been able to drive it without major work. What's New? This car belonged to an elderly gentleman who lived on a farm just outside Melvin, Illinois.
Home Forums > General Discussion > The Hokey Ass Message Board > Top Forums Forums Quick Links Search Forums Featured Threads Archive Featured Threads Recent Posts Members Members Quick Links Notable http://www.public.asu.edu/~grover/willys/why.html The Comanche's and J10's I looked at were too expensive or junk, and they don't quite have the class of an old Willys truck. I have lots of old Willys photos to post and will do so later as I dig them out. Board index The team • Delete all board cookies • All times are UTC - 8 hours [ DST ] Powered by phpBB © 2000, 2002, 2005, 2007 phpBB Group.
Or, does that make you think they don't price ‘em like they used to?You decide!New Jersey Craigslist or go here if the ad disappears. his comment is here I am sure the Willys ended up on the strip and has survived in some form. Hate to tell you how little I got for them, with the exception of the last one I sold about 5 years ago. Inside things are better with a pair of faux sheep adorning the twin buckets and a center bin that looks appropriately nicked and dented (hmm, Nick Denton?) evidencing this as a
One day I drove my pristine original '38 down to see him (the car shown in the first post in this thread) and parked it next to his. studeq, Mar 30, 2013 SHARE POST#30 (You must log in or sign up to reply here.) Show Ignored Content Page 1 of 4 1 2 3 4 Next > Share This It also will serve well for parades, and for Fireman fantasy fulfillment requiring only a pair of red suspenders and a Dalmatian to complete the effect. http://bestmatchcomputers.com/daily-driver/daily-driver-car.html But the bad part was shortly after that I would see a man driving a 40 coupe around town.I wanted that car.I daydreamed in school about it in the driveway and
The '37 ended up being my daily driver untill i retired her in early '87 after 70,000 miles and i stiil have her in the garage along with my stock '35 DD Attached Files: STOCKER.jpg File size: 178.9 KB Views: 187 DD COOPMAN, Mar 29, 2013 SHARE POST#24 Joined: Feb 1, 2005 Posts:3,626 Profile Page Hdonlybob Member from Brodhead, Wisconsin Love M38A1 PVC System Reducing Elbow Needed Carburetors or 1952 M38A1 Photo gallery request Replacing crankshaft pulley M38A1 Gas Cap Info M38A1 Windshield Carb.
It has an F4-134 four-cylinder engine, which is not original since it wasn't available until 1951, but puts out a little more horespower than the original L4-134; a T90 3-speed transmission
Today's 1962 Willys Jeep Pickup has none of those constraints, and it may very well be the last vehicle you'd ever need to buy.What calamity do your tea leaves foretell? On my Rubicon I had to change the flasher unit so it read the correct current draw, a $35 part. When I found a nearly stock '49 Willys in March of '96, I was ecstatic. It's set up for a Small Block Chevy on a custom frame.
They are really so rare stock and yes, they are cool! 2935ford, Mar 28, 2013 SHARE POST#12 Joined: Apr 27, 2012 Posts:23 Profile Page Fullraceflathead Member from Riverside,Ca I have Moderator TomM 263 725 Mon Jun 12, 2017 8:04 pmwesk Other This Web Site A place to log any issues, ask questions, and post general comments or suggestion regarding this They were cheap cars...I bought them cheap, and sold them cheap! http://bestmatchcomputers.com/daily-driver/daily-driver-hot-rod.html with 327 1965 Ford Anglia soon to be 4x4 Plus 9 grand kids Reply With Quote 03-28-2010,05:35 PM #12 Jeep School View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message View Blog Entries
It was his everyday driver. I am guessing they all ended up on the drag strip. Metal Fabricators Vintage Bicycles of the hamb Gas pumps, oil pumps, signs, anything filling station All Things Willys My dad and uncle took me to sprint car and drag races at Peppy little 4 cyl cars but cheaply built and not much on the top end.