No Time to Finish: 1966 Willys Jeep CJ5

This 1966 Willys Jeep CJ5 looks like a fun summer cruiser that the seller admits he will not have time to finish. The truck has been in storage in New Hampshire but the seller notes he recently rebuilt the… more»

26k Barn Find! 1952 Willys 4-73 Pickup

Mechanically refurbished and running “excellent… per 1952 standards,” this 1952 Willys 4-73 Pickup in Durango, Colorado served one family for nearly 70 years! The sturdy Willys sat in a field much of that time, but accumulated minimal rust. With… more»

Jeep Farm: Willys Project Collection for Sale

There’s a feeling of relief that comes from selling off either an assortment of parts, vehicles, or both that you have unequivocally decided you are no longer interested in working on. I know it seems like every week there’s… more»

Made In Japan: 1982 Mitsubishi Willys Jeep

In 1953, Mitsubishi Motors of Japan agreed with Willys Corp. to build Jeep models on their home turf. Over the next 45 years, the partnership would produce more than 30 different Jeep configurations that numbered close to 200,000 copies…. more»

Running 1954 Willys Jeep 4×4 Truck

Growing up, my Dad had a Chevy C-10 truck that ran on LP (liquid propane) and I remember being super intrigued by this idea. He eventually converted it back to gasoline and I helped him with the task. I… more»

Easy Project? 1938 Willys Pickup

Willys-Overland Motor Company was born in 1908 through a series of mergers led by its namesake, John Willys. It was one of the largest automobile manufacturers in the early days of the “horseless carriage.” The company almost went bankrupt… more»

454 Power! 1946 Willys Custom

Looking to spice up your motor pool with something on the wild and crazy side? This 1946 Willys in Duluth, Minnesota may be just this ticket to ratchet up the interest level when you pull in at the local… more»

Cab-Over Jeep! 1960 Willys FC-170 4×4

Forward-Control Jeeps are an awesome alternative to the traditional civilian Jeep that everyone is familiar with. According to Jeep.com, the FC Jeep was produced from 1957 to 1965 and they were “…highly maneuverable workhorses featured a unique cab-over-engine design… more»

Ultimate Barn Find? 1920’s Home Built Travel Trailer

In the world of vintage custom-built travel trailers, it’s been quite some time since one has come around that’s drawn me in like this one in Bend, Oregon currently listed for sale here on eBay.  If I was single,… more»

Army Clone: 1948 Willys Jeep CJ2A

The owner of this 1948 Willys Jeep CJ2A served his country faithfully in Korea. When the opportunity presented itself to create a clone of the vehicles he had driven during that time, he didn’t hesitate to build the vehicle… more»

Spotless Presentation: 1950 Willys Jeep

Sometimes a classic vehicle doesn’t need a million horsepower under the hood and mirror-shining paint to gain plenty of attention and admiring comments. That is the case with this 1950 Willys Jeep. It presents exactly as its maker intended… more»

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»

Bad Idea? Heck, Yes! 1971 MGB 4×4

File this unusual automotive marriage in the “Hey, y’all, watch this” department! Someone decided it would be a good idea to put a 1971 MGB body on a Willys Jeep chassis! The resulting vehicle is being sold here on… more»

Original Condition And Owner: 1948 Jeep CJ2A

The Willys-Overland CJ2A was introduced in 1945 as the first full-production CJ for civilian purchase. The CJ2A appeared visually similar to its military counterpart with a tailgate and side-mounted spare tire. However, the new model featured a few differences… more»

Same Owner 24 Years: 1952 Willys Jeep Pickup

The Willys Jeep Truck enjoyed an 18-year production run from 1947-65. It was based on existing Willys vehicles, the Willys Jeep Station Wagon, and the Jeep CJ-2A, to help keep costs down. This 1952 edition, complete with primer grey… more»

Primitive Cool! 1963 Willys Jeep 4X4 Wagon

In 1963, Willys became known as the Kaiser-Jeep Corporation and pushed forward with its recently introduced SJ Wagoneer, a well-known design that ultimately replaced the former Willys Jeep wagon like our 1963 example. This old-school 4X4 is located in… more»