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1947 Willys 4-63 Wagon for sale - St. Louis, Missouri

$28,500 USD
1947 Willys 4-63 Wagon 1947 Willys 4-63 Wagon 1947 Willys 4-63 Wagon 1947 Willys 4-63 Wagon 1947 Willys 4-63 Wagon 1947 Willys 4-63 Wagon 1947 Willys 4-63 Wagon 1947 Willys 4-63 Wagon 1947 Willys 4-63 Wagon
  • Price$28,500 USD
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  • Stock #180439

FOR SALE: 1947 Willys 4-63 Wagon
St. Louis, Missouri

1947 Willys 4-63 ‘Tin Woody†Wagon Restomod 

First mass-market all-steel station wagons designed and built as passenger vehicles
First Willys product to feature an independent front suspension
Tunisian Red over Clear Maple with Mahogany Brown inserts on the outside
Tunisian Red, ivory and maple interior
GM 4.3L V-6 engine with Edelbrock air cleaner, 4-bbl carb, intake and HEI distributor
Professionally rebuilt 700R4 four-speed automatic transmission with 1:1 electric overdrive and Dana 44 3.54:1 rear end
Aftermarket air-conditioning, power brakes and fog lights
Documentation includes installation guide for most of the driveline upgrades, the foglights and a set of color paper photos of the wagon

Looking for a rolling billboard, one that will drive fine on the interstate as well as on a two-lane residential street? MotoeXotica Classic Cars has the perfect tool to market your business or service â€\" this 1947 Willys 4-63 “Tin Woody” Wagon Restomod. This example was one of handful of wagons made in 1947.  It under went a full cosmetic and mechanical restoration by a formal national guard mechanic and it was done professionally with loving care.

Finished as all early Tin Woodies were â€\" Tunisian Red roof, cowl, hood and front fenders with Clear Maple doors, rear fenders and cargo doors that had Mahogany Brown inserts â€\" this Willys has paint and trim that are in overall very good order.

The windows are clear and crack-free and the wagonâ€s lights are haze-free and look good, including the Unity Night-Eye amber fog lights atop the front bumper. This wagonâ€s bodywork is straight and solid while the engine bay is very tidy, the battery looks new.  The electrics on the fire wall are second to none, the cargo area is clean and in great shape and the bumpers are in great shape, too!

Under hood, a modern 4.3L General Motors V-6 replaces the original L-134 Go-Devil flathead inline four-cylinder.  The engine has been upgraded with Edelbrock air cleaner, four-barrel carburetor, intake manifold and high-energy ignition. The GM mill is linked to a professionally rebuilt 700R4 four-speed automatic transmission with a 1:1 electric overdrive and a Dana 44 rear end with 3.54:1 gearing. Driver convenience features include aftermarket air-conditioning and power brakes.

This wagon rolls on Nexen AT Pro radials, size 235/75R15 at all four corners. Each tire is wrapped around a steel wheel topped by a Willys factory moon with a yellow accent line. The tires are in better-than-average shape while the wheel covers are in satisfactory condition.

Inside, the wagonâ€s striking interior is overall great shape. The Ivory front buckets, middle row short bench and full rear split-folding bench seats all look great and along with the two-spoke ivory steering wheel, provide fantastic contrast to the red metal instrument panel and maple inner door panels. The wooden floor provides another contrasting element to the seats. A set of aftermarket Dolphin gauges reside in the center dash cluster.

The Willys Jeep Station Wagon, Jeep Utility Wagon and Jeep Panel Delivery are automobiles produced by Willys in the United States, from 1946 until 1965. They were the first mass-market all-steel station wagons designed and built as a passenger vehicle.

With more than 300,000 wagons and its variants built in the U.S., it was one of Willys\' most successful post-World War II models. Its production coincided with consumers moving to the suburbs.

The Jeep Wagon was designed in the mid-1940s by industrial designer Brooks Stevens. Willys did not make its own bodies yet car bodies were in high demand and Willys was known to have limited finances. Brooks therefore designed bodies that could be built by sheet metal fabricators who normally made parts for household appliances and could draw sheet metal no more than six inches.

The steel body was efficient to mass-produce, easier to maintain and safer than the real wood-bodied station wagon versions at the time.

The Jeep Wagon was the first Willys product with independent front suspension. Barney Roos, Willys\' chief engineer, developed a system based on a transverse seven-leaf spring. The system, called “Planadyne” by Willys, was similar in concept to the “planar” suspension Roos developed for Studebaker in the mid-1930s.

Competition to this Willys in 1947 was Crosleyâ€s all-steel wagon.

Documentation on this vehicle includes installation guide for most of the driveline upgrades, the foglights and a set of color paper photos of the wagon.

So, if youâ€re looking for a vehicle to make you say, “Dilly-Dilly!” come check out this Willys at MotoeXotica Classic Cars today.

This wagon is currently located at our facility in St. Louis, Missouri. Current mileage on the odometer shows xx,xxx miles. It is sold as is, where is, on a clean and clear, mileage exempt title. GET OUT AND DRIVE!!!

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VIN: 25567

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Price History

Original Price$28,500
Listed Price$28,500

Excluding price changes of less than $100.

About This Dealership:

We are here for you at MotoeXotica Classic Cars and will ensure your online buying experience will be a pleasurable one from start to finish. We are now in our 10th year selling on Ebay with over 1,200 positive feedbacks! MotoeXotica was one of the Pioneer Classic Car dealers on Ebay and have seen a lot of dealers come and go. We have a brick and mortar 30,000 sq. ft. building on 5 acres in St. Louis, MO to serve you; we like to sell our cars the same way as we would like to purchase them, fairly and honestly. We ask for a nominal $500.00 credit card deposit and give you a 7 day grace period to inspect the car. If you find the car not to your liking we will refund your deposit with no questions asked should you get here and not like the vehicle. We all know that the financial times right now are tough. With the stock market being so volatile and investments becoming less valuable, many people are turning to the classic car market to invest their money. Putting your money into a hard asset that you can enjoy everyday is becoming a very popular option, especially now when the marketplace is lower then it’s been in many years. We invite you to put your money into a vehicle that is fun to own and brings back memories of when you were younger. We offer financing through two of the best lenders in the industry. If you visit www.jjbest.com or www.woodsidecredit.com they are currently offering very attractive rates for all collector and special interest automobiles. With loan amounts from $10,000 to $500,000, and flexible terms of up to 12 years, you can get financed for as low as 6.99%. About MotoeXotica.com Classic Cars: After 22 years of selling classic cars, Motoexotica has branched out as St. Louis’ Premier Classic & Exotic public car auction. Our number one goal is to provide service that is above and beyond the highest expectations for both buyers and sellers alike. In order to maintain this goal, we have joined forces with Manheim, the premier Auction House in St. Louis.
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