Collectible Motor Car of Atlanta is thrilled to offer this 1951
Willys-Overland Jeepster. The Jeepster was originally produced by
Willys-Overland Motors. One of the most overlooked but interesting
vehicles in the storied off-road vehicle maker's past is the 1948
to 1951 Willys Jeepster-a two-wheel-drive convertible that
industrial designer Brooks Stevens envisioned as a sports car for
returning World War II GI's. As with many collectible Jeeps, it's
still a buyer's market for Jeepsters-an open-air car that's sure to
turn heads wherever you drive it. The handsome Jeepster had the
same front-end styling as the Willys wagon and pickup, but with a
fancier look thanks to Stevens' stainless steel T bar in the
grille. While slab-sided like other Willys' offerings, the Jeepster
had a higher cowl, the beltline dropped at the doors and then
kicked up again on the quarter panels just aft of the doors.
The Willys-Overland Jeepster offered here has undergone an
extensive restoration, finished in a beautiful Bright Red with a
nice Tan cloth convertible top. The interior is nicely appointed
with two-tone Tan vinyl and classic White steering wheel, which
nicely matches the wide-whitewall tires. The little cruiser is
powered by a peppy 2.2 I4 engine backed by a 3-speed column-shift
manual transmission. The Willys-Overland Jeepsters are climbing
rapidly in value, and this investment-quality cruiser is no
exception. Inquire today.
1951 Willys-Overland Jeepster
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