Used Willys For Sale

1925 Willys Knight Roadster

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$22,499

Willys is a name that’s best remembered by the Willys Jeep of World War II, a vehicle that spawned several official and unofficial derivatives, and icons of which live on in the current Jeep brand of Stellantis. However, the Willys-Overland company is much older, dating all the way back to 1908 when John Willys founded the company. In fact, John Willys didn’t create the company, but bought the younger (by just five years) Overland Automobile. Between 1914 and 1933, Willys produced the Willys-Knight range of two and four door cars. What we’ve got here is a 1925 Willys-Knight Roadster that’s more of a restomod, as it packs a much newer drivetrain than what would have originally propelled this Twenties automobile along the roads of the time. The mileage on the car is reported to be just 7,500 miles, and if you want a slice of Twenties American automobilia with a twist in the tale, take a chance on this car.

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1947 Willys-Jeep Overland Pickup

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$39,999
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Resto-modding is a fascinating form of art that blends the old and the new, and more people are joining the trend. One of the key lures of the restomod culture is how the modification procedure crucially overcomes performance barriers in the original vehicle. Most of the time, these upgrades prove to be even more dependable than the factory components they swap out throughout the restomod process. They are fun and easier to take on modern roads, you can put your creativity on it, and everything will work properly. This is one such restomod example of the 1947 Willys-Jeep Overland, the civilian version of the little truck that helped win a world war. This time around, it’s ready to win over your heart with exciting upgrades inside and out. Coming to you all the way from Missouri, it also boasts a joyful surprise underneath its hood.

1948 Willys CJ-2A Complete Restoration 800 Miles

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$34,999
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The Willys CJ-2A is part of a series of vehicles that would spark off a legacy and a brand that is known today as Jeep. 1944 saw the Willys-Overland company start producing a series of civilian jeeps that are based on their popular World War II military jeep. The CJ-2A was the first production model with a four-year run spanning 1945-1949. This is a 1948 Willys CJ-2A from California that’s completed a full, frame-off, nut-and-bolt restoration with a mere 850 miles done since. The seller reports that it’s completely restored and “people cannot believe it when they crawl underneath”. If you’re looking for a classic Willys which will not let you down, here’s a great example to consider!

1951 Willys Jeep Wagon 350ci

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$14,999
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The Willys Jeep is a historic part of American automobilia, right from its introduction during the Second World War. Built by Willys-Overland and Kaiser Jeep, this vehicle is recognized by sight to this day, and introduced the iconic seven-bar front grille. The Willys Jeep Wagon was the first Willys product with independent front suspension, and the optional four-wheel-drive variants are considered to be the first production SUVs! Here’s a 1951 Willys Jeep Wagon 350ci from South Carolina which has undergone a rebuild. If you’re looking for a classic Willys Jeep Wagon but one that’s had a few tasteful mods and will stand out on the road, here’s the ideal candidate.

1949 Willys-Jeep Overland Jeepster Concours Restoration

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$59,499
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The Willys-Overland Jeepster was a model created by Willys-Overland Motors between 1948 and 1950, aimed at bringing a more comfortable off-roader to the civilian market. Willys were already famous for their tough Jeeps which were doing stellar service in the Military. The Jeepster entered the market as a unique and distinctive-looking automobile with its two-door convertible bodywork. Interestingly, the Jeepster is not four-wheel-drive, but only the rear wheels are driven, thus it can be considered a sort of predecessor to the modern SUV! This 1949 Willys-Overland Jeepster was found nine years ago by its specialist seller and has undergone a full nut-and-bolt restoration. In fact, it is the 120th Jeepster that the specialist has restored! It comes from Florida and has a mere 15 testing miles under its wheels after the restoration. The seller states that the wait time for such a restoration on a Jeepster is currently a year and a half, so why wait that long when this example is available.