About the Willys Gallery
rows 1-6 rows 7-12 rows 13-18 rows 19-24 rows 25-30 rows 31-36 rows 37-42 rows 43-48

Owner: Ross Cook
Email: rc2ls@email.msn.com
Location: Conroe, TX
Year: 1962
Engine: none
Transmission: T-90
Transfer case: Spicer 18

July 27, 1999


It's a 1962 Willys Wagon. It originally had a 6-230 engine that no longer exists. It has the original T90 and D18 as well as the original axles. The interior has been pretty well gutted and I'm not sure wheere the bucket seats that are in it came out of. I was negotiating for the Tranny and Transfer case and wound up with whole wagon. It cost me $300.00. I'm about to start working on it. My plans for it are to install a 283 Chevy V8 with THM 400 auto and D20. I'm looking at a 1978 Scout II as a possible donor vehicle for a set of D44 axles and power steering and steering column. I'm also considering using the seats out of the Scout as well. Of course there is a lot of work to do on the body. The quarter panels are fairly straight and virtually rust free. The only real bad parts are the front floor boards and the tailgate. Most all of the chrome is there as well as the window frames etc.. I'm in Conroe Texas which is a few miles north of Houston. I guess that's about all for now. I'm sending you 3 more pics.

Thanks again.


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