SOLD SOLD 1960 Willys Jeep Pickup. Original rebuilt Super Hurricane flat 6 engine has less than 500 miles. Truck runs, but needs work, probably just need to clean out the carburetor. New brakes, master cylinder, wheel cylinders. New points, cap, rotor, plugs. Body is rough and needs work. Truck bed is in good shape. The four wheel drive works great. This is a good, sturdy truck that needs TLC. Lots of spare parts, including a spare engine block. Owner is only parting with it because truck is never used and it's just sitting in the yard. $1500 OBO. Call 928-699-9340 between 3pm and 6pm weekdays, anytime on weekends, for more information or for appointment to see truck. Truck is currently in Parks, AZ.
Last edited by csmith530; 09-29-2013 at 04:03 PM. Reason: SOLD
R.I.P. John? 07 jk
I would love to attach a photo, but I can't figure out how or where. I don't know what the 'URL of your image' is. How do I attach a photo from My Pictures to this ad? Any advice would be appreciated.
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95 YJ: 4.0, 999, twin stick dana 300, spooled 44 &12 bolt, on 37's, XRC8000 winch,
Thanks for your help. I didn't do the neatest job, but here's a photo.
This is a great price for a restorable truck. In particular if you can get it to start. Before the economy fell a showroom quality one would sell for 15-20 K or more. It would be worth it to bring your own carb to test it with. Tradition in the world of Willys owners would be for someone that is not like me (I modify everything I have that moves) to restore it back to original or run it the way it is with original equipment. Very capable as is off road but unless Warn overdrive is added only about 45 MPH on the freeway without over reving the engine. This would have been a great project for Joe West. He was looking for one before he got the Scrambler.
Tom Roberts, Certified Hyperbaric Registered Nurse and Jeep Nut
53 Willys Pickup, 59 Willys Wagon, 83 Diesel 4x4 Suburban, 93 Bronco, 4x4 S-10.
I may not agree with what you say, but I will defend to the death your right to say it.
I've gotten it up to 55 mph, downhill with a tailwind.
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