1951 Willys Overland 4x4 Woody Wagon RESTORED ~ UPDATED V6. CA SMOG EXEMPT!
- Condition: Used
- Make: Willys
- Model: Station Wagon
- Type: SUV
- Engine size:6 Cylinder
- Number of cylinders:6
- Drive type: 4WD
- Interior color: Tan
- Options: 4-Wheel Drive
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1951 Willys Station Wagon
- VIN 451FA112320
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1951 Willys Overland Jeep Wagon
We have a 100% rating selling Classics & Highlines since 2001! NADA VALUE GUIDEThis 4x4 has been restored and cared for years. It is a time capsule beauty. The
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The Willys Jeep Station Wagon was introduced by Willys-Overland in 1946, the same year in which it introduced the Universal CJ Series. Arguably the first sport utility vehicle in the world to gain mass appeal, the Willys Station Wagon lineup had much to offer, with four wheel drive, easy maintenance, ample space for its passengers, and safety beyond what other "woodies" (wood-bodied station wagons) offered at the time. By comparison, the success of the Willys Station Wagon overshadowed that of many other models offered by Willys-Overland from 1946-1964.
In 1946, James D. Mooney, president and board chairman of Willys-Overland Motors, announced the "introduction of a new jeep station wagon" describing it as a "people's car." Indeed, the new 2WD, all-steel station wagon boasted easy maintenance, safety and a seven-passenger capacity. the Go-Devil flathead, four cylinder engine, the 463 model was designed to compete with the "rear" wood wagons manufactured by Detroit's Big Three.
Designed by Brooks Stevens, the Willys Station Wagon's steel body was extremely easy to mass produce, and was in fact, the first all-steel, factory-built station wagon in North America, initially fitted with the L-134 "Go-Devil" four cylinder engine (the same engine first used in the CJ Series). Seats were removable (with the exception of the drivers seat), making added cargo space optional for the post-war, increasingly more suburban consumer.
Willys Delivery Wagon IllustrationThe four wheel drive version (model 4x4-63) was introduced in 1949, and used the same body as the earlier 4x2 Utility Wagon (model 4-63). While the station wagon was very popular among civilians, it was also well-suited for military use, especially with regard to the four-wheel drive model. Rated as a 1/2 ton 4x4, the 4x2 Utility Wagon was touted in press releases at the time with claims that it could negotiate a 57% grade and reach 60 mph on surfaced roads.
V6 225 CI Motor3 Speed Manual Trans on the floorFront Disc BrakesPower SteeringDual ExhaustPendleton Wool InteriorWood Running BoardsRear TailgateRear Lift WindowTow PackageBF Goodrich Radial TA'sAlso comes withoriginalstock tiresCLEAN CA TITLECurrent Ca. RegistrationTrue Mileage UnknownWillys Station Wagon Specs (1946-1965)
- Curb Weight: 3.206 LB (1,454 kg)
- Length (overall):176 1/4" (447,6 cm.)
- Width (overall): ...
- Height (overall - varies by model): 71-74" (186,7 - 187,9 cm.)
- Tread (Front and Rear): 57" (144,8 cm.)
- Fuel Capacity: 15 Gal.
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