- Part of a large Spanish collection for 20 years - Imported to UK in April 2014 and recommissioned to roadworthy condition - Said to "run well" with "very good" body and trim Long before the ubiquitous Willys Jeep had been conceived, the Willys-Overland Motor Company was a major producer of tough and reliable family automobiles - in fact from 1912 to 1918 only the mighty Ford Motor Company is thought to have produced more cars for the American market. The Overland proved a well-engineered, dependable and versatile design. A strong sales success both at home and abroad, it remained in production until May 1926. This example, finished in Red and Black with Black interior, had formed part of a private Spanish collection for over twenty years until its acquisition by the vendor who purchased it from the previous owner along with a selection of other cars. Imported to the UK in April 2014, it was subjected to an amount of recommissioning to bring it to proper road worthy condition and used as 'pub' transport on a number of occasions. Said to "run well" with "very good" body and trim, it is only being offered for sale as it does not fit in with the other vehicles in the vendor's collect
Willys Jeep 2,2 CJ2A Equipment: Super fin stand Sjælden eksemplar skal ses ring for info Kan leveres med Historiske nummerplader
(SOLD) This 1948 Willys Jeepster Phaeton in red and black has much to offer as a rugged early sport-utility vehicle. It recently received new canvas side curtains and features a black vinyl interior, under-dash heater, and wide white wall tires with matched rear-mounted spare.
totally restored,new engine.us army car 1942-45 after italian police car 1956-62 noe restored.start and drive
The Willys MB (commonly known as a Jeep) was a four-wheel drive utility vehicle that was manufactured during World War II. Most saw active service and the model was used across a wide range of armed forces. Ultimately the Jeep inspired an entire category of recreational 4WDs and several generations of military light utility vehicles. Like most surviving Jeeps the wartime history of this particular example is unknown, although the dasboard does bear the plaque 'Peter Park Kranji'. But what is evident is that the vehicle has been sensivitively restored to very good condition. In standard trim other than the customary conversion to 12v electrics and alternator. Driving extremely well. Finished in army green and complete with hood, spade, jerry can and extinguisher.
The Willys Jeep was designed and built with the sole purpose of mobilisi...