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COYOTE POWERED 1961 WILLYS WAGON

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COYOTE POWERED 1961 WILLYS WAGON

High Bidder:  Dick61

Auction Type:  Reserve

Current Bid: $23,000 (USD)

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$375.91*/month for 84 months at 9.50% APR *Financing estimate provided by Woodside Credit

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Chassis/VIN:

5416858220

Location:

Manteca, California

Odometer:

56 (Mi)

Lot Number:

28756821

Engine:

5.0L V8

Seller:

Private Party

Transmission:

Automatic

Carfax:

Current Bid: $23,000 (USD)

$375.91*/month for 84 months at 9.50% APR *Financing estimate provided by Woodside Credit

High Bidder:  Dick61

Auction Type:  Reserve

Ends In:

End Date:

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Chassis/VIN:

5416858220

Location:

Manteca, California

Odometer:

56 (Mi)

Lot Number:

28756821

Engine:

5.0L V8

Seller:

Private Party

Transmission:

Automatic

Carfax:

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Vehicle Story

OVERVIEW

This reportedly rust-free 1961 Willys Wagon is powered by a Ford Coyote 5.0-liter V8 engine backed by a Ford 6R80 six-speed automatic transmission and a four-wheel drive transfer case. Features include an Old Air Products climate control system, power steering, and power disc brakes. Finished in two-tone blue over a two-tone turquoise vinyl interior, this Willys is available now and comes with a clear California title in the seller's name.

EXTERIOR - FEATURES

The body was stripped to bare metal, coated with an epoxy primer, and finished in two-tone metallic blue and light blue. Features include metallic silver bumpers, new window glass and seals, chrome grille trim, dual side mirrors, chrome side trim, and rear tailgate trim with a license plate light.

EXTERIOR - WHEELS AND TIRES

A set of Ford F-150 16-inch aluminum wheels is wrapped in 285/75/16 Thunderer Trac Grip M/T tires.

INTERIOR - FEATURES

The front seat and dual folding rear bucket seats are upholstered in two-tone turquoise vinyl. Features include gray carpet with black rub strips; a gray headliner, window trim, rear trim panels, and door panels; metallic light blue interior sheet metal and steel dashboard; a custom center console with an automatic shifter; and a floor-mounted transfer case shifter. Additional features include power steering, power brakes, a tilt steering column, a JEGS 22-circuit body wiring harness, an Old Air Products climate control system, and manual windows. The interior tub has been sprayed with LizardSkin thermal liner and Kilmat sound-deadening material has been installed.

INTERIOR - GAUGES

Instrumentation consists of a combination gauge with a 140-mph speedometer with GPS and a digital odometer as well as gauges for the fuel level, oil pressure, coolant temperature, and voltage. The odometer reads 56 miles, but the true mileage on this vehicle is unknown.

ENGINE AND TRANSMISSION

Power is provided by a fuel-injected Ford Coyote 5.0-liter V8 engine with an SCT tuner and backed by a Ford 6R80 six-speed automatic transmission and a four-wheel drive transfer case. Features under the hood include a cold air intake, a remote transmission cooler and fan, a Ron Francis engine wiring harness and fuse panel, an air conditioning condenser with fan, electric wipers, and an aluminum radiator.

UNDERCARRIAGE

The body of this Willys Wagon has been mated to a Ford F-150 "Highboy" chassis with a part-time four-wheel-drive Dana 44 high-pinion front axle and a Ford nine-inch rear drive axle. Features include a Ford F-150 BorgWarner 4417 manual transfer case, four-wheel power disc brakes, and power steering. All of the chassis and suspension parts have been blasted to bare metal and refinished in matte black. Additional photos of the undercarriage can be seen in the gallery to the right.

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Comments & Questions

November 26, 2022
07:36 AM

BID: $23,000

November 25, 2022
04:44 PM

AUTOMATIC BID: $22,500

November 25, 2022
04:44 PM

BID: $22,000

November 25, 2022
02:47 PM

BID: $21,500

November 25, 2022
11:22 AM

BID: $21,000

November 25, 2022
08:44 AM

AUTOMATIC BID: $20,500

November 25, 2022
08:44 AM

BID: $20,000

November 25, 2022
06:40 AM

AUTOMATIC BID: $19,500

November 25, 2022
06:40 AM

BID: $19,000

November 24, 2022
06:48 AM

AUTOMATIC BID: $18,500

November 24, 2022
06:48 AM

BID: $18,000

November 22, 2022
01:50 PM

BID: $17,500

November 22, 2022
01:29 PM

BID: $17,000

November 21, 2022
08:35 AM
Seller

@CMG90630 – What year was the F150 donor chassis? Any idea on miles of that part of the build? What year is Coyote transplant? Same question.. miles on motor? Thank you in advance. ...

The f150 was my personal truck I owned it for over 30 years. It was a 1977. I got tired of having to smog it and decided to sacrifice it. It is a CA Truck and had absolutely no rust. I replaced the gears with 3.55s about 6 years ago. It had 96k mi when I parted it out. I bought the 2014 coyote motor in 2016 with 38k mi. The transmission had 28k mi when I bought it.

November 21, 2022
08:13 AM

What year was the F150 donor chassis? Any idea on miles of that part of the build? What year is Coyote transplant? Same question.. miles on motor? Thank you in advance.

November 20, 2022
11:51 AM

BID: $16,500

November 20, 2022
09:05 AM
Seller

@IamLostRU – I'm glad some of the odd congridictions are being addressed. I think this is best called a Willy's Wagon Retro-Mod. I will also add that as someone who strongly prefers Original but owned a W Wagon as one of my first cars - as these were not that great a build originally and frequently led tough lives, they were never really right for regular use and in today's world/roads/traffic would be very difficult at the least. This mod makes the corrections needed without going over the top crazy. ...

Yes I agree. Resto-Mod is exactly what I did here. Ready to go anywhere now. Thanks for your comment.

November 20, 2022
08:19 AM

@ksmiff1 – This is a Willys Station Wagon. Not a Wagoneer. It is a brand new build. Odometer reads the miles since restoration. I can answer any questions about the build. I have over $25K in parts and material and over 800 hours of labor in it. I enjoy putting classic vehicles back on the road and into the hands of new owners at a great price. ...

I'm glad some of the odd congridictions are being addressed. I think this is best called a Willy's Wagon Retro-Mod. I will also add that as someone who strongly prefers Original but owned a W Wagon as one of my first cars - as these were not that great a build originally and frequently led tough lives, they were never really right for regular use and in today's world/roads/traffic would be very difficult at the least. This mod makes the corrections needed without going over the top crazy.

November 19, 2022
02:15 PM

BID: $16,000

November 19, 2022
10:12 AM

BID: $15,500

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