For most of us, the classic car world is about standing out with
some attitude, and it doesn't get more custom or unique than this.
After all, a 1950 Willys Station Wagon is already going to draw a
crowd, and this is a restomod that you can take everywhere. It has
the V8 power, upgraded frame, upgraded suspension, overdrive
transmission, and custom A/C interior to really make it an awesome
The face reminds us of the military Jeeps and later CJs, but this
icon is also instantly recognizable as something extra special.
There's a handsome upright wagon body that's pure vintage cool. The
ivory paint has a nice glow that signals this is a quality build,
and it has a natural connection to the wood-like trim that will
make people think of white birch trees. Clean lines, bright
bumpers, and pliable window rubber all contribute to the quality
presentation. And the upgraded American Racing Torq Thrust wheels,
modern sport tires, and the streak of red in the grille suggest a
healthy upgrade in power.
The interior continues the thoughtful style in the custom Willys.
The exterior ivory returns on the doors, dash, and upholstery. And
there's plenty of wood paneling on the doors for more of the
natural feel. Plus, the red streak in the grille was a preview of
the accents on the seats. Features like cold-blowing air
conditioning, full carpeting, and an AM/FM stereo w/Bluetooth make
this comfortable for everyone. The split tailgate makes this great
for everything from a surf wagon to enjoying ball games. And
because this is built to be a better cruiser, you'll be really
happy to see a wood-rimmed sports steering wheel on a tilt column,
a Lokar floor shifter, and a full gauge package in the center.
Even with all these investments, we bet your favorite upgrade
starts under the hood. This is a 350 cubic-inch Chevy V8. It's the
later model with center bolt covers, and it's even said (but
unconfirmed) to be a 383 stroker motor. It inhales deeply with a
Brawler with a four-barrel carburetor, and it exhales with added
power as shorty headers feed the dual exhaust. There are also good
supporting components, like an HEI distributor, a serpentine belt
system, and an aluminum radiator with electric fan. It's a nice
power package, and that's the base for a solid total driver. This
Willys sits on a strong TCI chassis with a tubular A-arm front end
and a four-link rear. There's also power steering, power brakes
w/front discs, coilovers, and a four-speed automatic transmission
Complete with build receipts, this is a custom build with rarity,
power, and distinction. You'll make people smile just by showing
up, and this will make you smile every time you turn the key. It's
easy to get everything you want, just call today!