When it comes to pedigree, history, and heritage; the Willys Jeep ranks at the top. Jeep and truck buyers have been begging Jeep to build a pickup. A truck like this is what they have in mind. It's a 1962 Willys Jeep Pickup, a design so desirable and timeless it's easy to forget this is an early sixties classic. That the previous owner had the truck since 1986 is testimony to its lasting value. A Hurricane inline six provides the motivation through a three speed manual transmission with a two speed transfer case. The clutch has been freshened with a new pressure plate. The electrical system is 12 volts for reliability, and the wipers are electric for convenience. It's a tough and rugged off-road hauler. But inside, the seating is home-like and comfy. The interior is clean, clutter-free, and very pleasing to the eye. Aluminum wheels and some big tires are suitable upgrades, as is a powerful Ramsey 600 pound winch. Some minor upgrades have kept it on (and off) the road, but the vital character of this 1962 Willys Jeep Pickup remains solidly intact. The next owner will want to administer plenty of TLC, so it's good to know the owner's manual is here too.