Jeepster

Stored 60 Years! 1948 Willys Jeepster

In the spring of 1948, Willys introduced the Jeepster and the company thought they’d have a winner on their hands. According to Hagerty, they haven’t held their value as much as expected lately but since when has value had… more»

Estate Find: 1951 Willys-Overland Jeepster

If you take the plunge and buy-out an estate, you could find yourself with all sorts of treasures. The owner of this 1951 Willys-Overland Jeepster did just that, and now that he has everything sorted, he has decided to… more»

Worth Restoring? 1971 Jeepster Commando

There are many cars that claim the name of “first SUV.” The Jeep Cherokee is what’s mostly credited with that, but the AMC Eagle also shows up from time to time. SUV, a relatively new denomination of vehicle, already… more»

Project Pair: 1968 and 1971 Jeepster Commandos

Do good things come in twos? They do if you’re on the hunt for a couple of Jeepster Commando projects. This pair of tired trucks is located in the nirvana of vintage classics, Washington State, and have more rust… more»

1 of 65! 1971 Jeepster Commando Hurst Edition

The 1971 Jeepster Hurst Edition seems like a pretty rare bird. According to the seller, you are looking at one of only 65 known survivors! Although they seem to be exceedingly rare, we featured one here on Barn Finds… more»

All Original Rust-Free 1949 Willys Jeepster

Certain buzzwords or phrases catch our eye, and by “our” I mean all car guys and gals, not just us here at Barn Finds. The phrase that catches my eye the most is rust-free. The seller of this 1949… more»

Rare Off-Roader: 1971 Jeepster Commando Hurst Edition

Of all of the production vehicles to ever wear the Hurst badge, the 1971 Jeepster Commando Hurst Edition would appear to possibly be one of the rarest. Originally planned on a production run of 500 vehicles, the reality turned… more»

The First Hurst? 1970 Hurst Jeepster

We’ve heard plenty about the rare Hurst Jeepsters over the years, mostly about their limited production and the importance of finding one with most original accessories intact. But when one seller claimed his might be the first one ever… more»

1 Of 100 Built: 1970 Hurst Jeepster

Jeepsters are some of the most visually-unique vehicles out there. A 1970 Hurst Jeepster is that and then some, and there is a darn good reason that we don’t see them very often….only 100 were made, and only 65… more»

1 of 100: 1971 Jeepster Hurst Commando

We have seen rare vehicles here before. Whenever something is more of a special edition than a one-off type of rare vehicle, those don’t seem to get the love, but when that special edition combines the names Jeep and… more»

14 Year Slumber: 1949 Willys-Overland Jeepster

Here is a real rarity in the Jeep family: A 1949 Willys-Overland Jeepster for sale on Craigslist in Tuscola, Texas for $15,900. And it looks like the seller was so excited with his barn find, he couldn’t wait to… more»

Go Devil Powered: 1949 Willys Overland Jeepster

After the war, Willys tried to break into the civilian car market. They didn’t have the tooling to make body panels with complex curves, so they used the Jeep flat fender look. They all used the same flat four “Go… more»

Very Tempting: 1968 Jeepster Commando

I apologize for the quality of the photos, or lack thereof. They were almost thumbnail-size in the Hemmings listing so they’re pretty low quality. But, this 1968 Jeepster Commando was too promising of a vehicle to not show, bad… more»

Plush Jeepster: 1967 Jeepster Convertible

Jeepsters are among the most transformable of any vehicle ever made. I would like to transform this one into being in my garage. This 1967 Kaiser Jeepster Convertible is on Craigslist in Duluth, Minnesota where a 4×4 actually comes… more»

Dauntless V6: 1967 Jeepster Commando 4X4

To be honest, I’m not much of a Jeep guy, but I’ve always had a soft spot for Jeepsters, especially the rare Hurst version. This particular Jeepster is a 1967 model, and though it is a bit rough, I… more»

Kool Commando: 1967 Jeepster Commando

This smokin’ kool 1967 Jeepster Commando is “spruce tip green” and you’ll need to have a couple of gallons of that color ready for when you’ve finished the restoration. As you can see, it’s a little on the rough… more»