While you might think the crossover segment is a new thing, this 1953 Willys Station Wagon begs to differ. This is a terrifically restored classic that has style, character, and a unique design that is fully on display. It's the kind of detailed setup where you'll love everything from the basket weave-style inserts to the vintage radio that's still cranking out tunes. So take some extra time to see how this one turns back the classic with a true time capsule kind of fresh presentation.
*1953-correct Sabre Rouge Maroon paint
*Clean look showcases the classic ribbed Willys sheet metal
*Cane webbing weave insert decals
*Bright chrome, whitewall tires, and 2-piece wheel trim make this a time capsule
*Restored interior with two rows of split-bench seats
*Correct wood-slat flooring
*Correct AM radio now upgraded for AM/FM use
*Bright Willys center gauge setup
*Detailed working style, right down to the useful heater
*Two-piece tailgate make this classic a great tailgater
*Engine bay is just as clean and vintage as the rest of the Willys
*Jeep-derived 161 cubic-inch Hurricane motor
*Column-shifted three-speed manual transmission
You can tell the goal on this one was to be true authenticity with maybe just a little extra dash of flair thrown in the mix. After all, we're not sure Willys ever could get their finish to look this nice. And they took the time to get the little things right like the later in-pillar tail lights, the wraparound rear bumper with Willys logo in it, and wood slates in the floor. Plus, we don't know the last time we ever saw an authentic AM radio in these, and this one has had the internals updated to be a modern AM/FM unit. Starting to get the full picture on this restoration? This is the cool classic presented with a ton of vintage charm and even true cruiser fun. So if you like being rare and distinct, don't miss this Willys. Call today!!!