Holy Toledo: ’60 Willys Jeep Wagon
The eldest sibling of the CJ-3B, and grandfather of the modern “SUV,” was the Willy Jeep Wagon, first manufactured in 1946 in two-wheel drive, and 1947 in four-wheel drive. The wagon stayed in the Jeep lineup until 1965, the same year that production of the CJ-3B for the North American market came to a halt. They were really neat vehicles and few receive the proper attention they deserve. The wood trim is actually stamped metal, and the emblem on the side of the hood reads “4 Wheel Drive.” Today’s find suffers from dreadfully small images that were not worth showing. They did feature one that is acceptable and we are sure the seller will email you more. Restored and Ready for the next owner. The Jeep is Sierra Blue with matching blue interior. In addition to all the body and paint work, the exterior wood paneling and the wood trim in the interior were redone. The wagon is powered by the inline 6-cylinder 226 cubic inch “Super Hurricane” engine with 3-speed transmission, two-speed 4×4 differential and manual locking front hubs. Not your every day classic but one that can serve the family as a functional 4X4. Click here for the eBay auction.