1951 Willys Jeep

Fenton, MO 63026
United States

1951 Willys Jeep
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1951 Willys Jeep Pickup 4x4 Recipient of a CFA Body-off restoration in 2019134 CID four-cylinder Hurricane engineBorg-Warner T-90 three-speed manual transmission with Spicer/Dana 18 transfer caseDana 53 rear axle and Dana 25 front axleBurgundy exterior with contrasting white wheels and black cloth and vinyl interiorUnderdash heaterNew custom, steel cargo box, new tailgate, oaken cargo bed with stainless-steel hardwareSide-mounted spare tire, wheel and fuel canFoglights, dual taillights, rope .....
and new exhaust system118-inch wheelbase and 5,300 GVWRDocumentation includes a reproduction of Mechanics Manual, 1946-1953, a Kaiser Restoration guide, 1946 to 1964 and a 2016 Kaiser-Willy parts catalog Willys Jeeps and wagon models are still fairly common while Willys pickups from the same era are harder to find. Nineteen fifty-one was the first year for the 4x4 only models. This example underwent a body-off restoration in 2019 and is a stunning example throughout. Dressed in a rich burgundy, the trucks paint and trim are in overall excellent condition and the silver side trim adds a bit of style to the body. The wheels are finished in white, which contrasts nicely with the paint. The trucks bodywork is straight and solid and the black front bumper fits tightly to the body. Mounted above it are a pair of amber foglamps. Out back is a new custom, steel cargo box with a new tailgate, a rope, an oaken cargo bed and stainless-steel hardware. On the passenger side of the box is a spare fuel jerry can while on the drivers side is a spare tire. This truck rolls on a newer set of Deestone off-road tires, size 6.00-16 at all four corners plus the spare tire, which has its own white wheel. The tires are in very good condition while the wheels are beautiful. There is a small crack on the driver side window. This truck has a 118-inch wheelbase and a 5,300 GVWR. Under the hood is a 134 CID four-cylinder Hurricane engine breathing through new exhaust. The engine is mated to a Borg-Warner T-90 three-speed manual transmission with a Spicer/Dana 18 transfer case. This truck has a Dana 53 rear axle and a Dana 25 front axle. Inside, the black cloth and vinyl bench seat is fresh and looks inviting. There are floor mats under the drivers feet and he slides behind a white, two-spoke steering wheel, which contrasts nicely with the rest of the interior. The dashboard is a metal one, painted burgundy. The gauges are all center-mounted and have an Art Deco flair. The temp gauge is inop along with the horn. The split windshield cranks out for additional ventilation and has dual wipers. There is an underdash heater. Except for changes to the new starter (bell-housing and flywheel), the 1951 trucks remained very similar to the 1950 models. Documentation includes a reproduction of Mechanics Manual, 1946-1953, a Kaiser Restoration guide, 1946 to 1964 and a 2016 Kaiser-Willy parts catalog. Competition to this Willys in 1951 included Chevrolets 3100 Advance Design pickup, Dodges B-series pickup, Fords F-1 pickup, GMCs New Design pickup and International-Harvesters L-110 pickup. This is a beautifully restored Willys pickup truck, which is becoming a scarce commodity in the 21st Century. It oozes simplicity and if thats what you like in a classic vehicle, then you should make a point to stop by MotoeXotica Classic Cars today to check it out! VIN: 451EC118090/AZ381473 This truck is currently located at our facility in St. Louis, Missouri. Current mileage on the odometer shows 44,999 miles. It is sold as is, where is, on a clean and clear, mileage exempt title. GET OUT AND DRIVE!!! Note: Please see full terms and conditions listed below that pertain to the purchase of any said vehicle, thank you.

Fenton MO 63026
United States
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