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.