Willys Station Wagon Custom 4x4 Jeep Hotrod

1949 Willys Station Wagon

Make: Willys
Model: Station Wagon
Type: Wagon
Year: 1949
Mileage: 8,000
VIN: 10885
Color: Blue
Engine: 351W
Cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: 4WD
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Reedley, California, United States
Air Conditioning, Power Windows
4-Wheel Drive, CD Player

Description for Willys Station Wagon 1949

1949 Willys Wagon body
Motor: 351w mild build, FAST EFI 2.0. 2.5" Magnaflow exhaust

Trans: Custom build AOD, corrected shift pattern with electric overdrive lockout, high stall converter, extra clutches and heavy duty bands. This was built right.

Transfercase: NP208

Chassis: 2" .120 dom tubular ladder style frame,interior cagetied into frame.

Axles: Dana 44hp front, 4130 axles, ARB, Yukon 4.56 gears, disc brakes. Rear ford 8.8 trussed with truetrac lockerand Yukon 4.56's

Brakes: Hydraboost master, GM front d52 calipers, stock ford drums rear, lots of stopping power.

Suspension: Fox 2.5x16" travel coil-overs all four corners, custom triangulated 4 link rear, 4 link with panhard bar front. front sway bar. Ballistic rebuildable joints. limit straps, 37x13.5x17 Toyos on Method race wheels 90% tread

Body: completely stripped, custom setback firewall, deep wheel tubs to make room for the shock towers. underneath was lizard skinned. inside was line-x coated. painted with base/clear paint.

Interior: line-x, Autometer gauges driven off gps, Pioneer touch screen, 750w Kenwood amp, Rockford Fosgate 10" sub, Pioneer 6.5"mids. Corbeau seats with fold and tumble rear jeep seat. 5 point harnesses in front. B&M ratchet shifter. Vintage air conditioning/heat. power windows.

Exterior: At the front is a 9,500lb Superwinch with synthetic rope. 2 Vision X light cannons, stainless steel mirrors made for a TJ.

Alot of time, money and love was spent building this amazing piece. it's looked at everywhere it goes, and is a comfortable ride for the whole family out on the trailor just cruising down to get ice cream.

Note: since these pictures were taken I have installed the inner door pulls and door release buttons.