Gateway Classic Cars of St. Louis is proud to present this
Beautiful 1950 Willys Jeepster. The Jeepster has a small production
run from 1948-1950 with some of the left over 1950s being sold in
the year 1951. This Jeepster is a nice example of a 2-wheel drive
convertible drop top designed by Brooks Stevens. The convertible
Jeepster is one of the most interesting buy also overlooked
vehicles of all time. The exterior of this 50' Jeepster is painted
in a Cyprus Green Poly. Our opinion, gives a better than new look
with the stunning tan interior. I would rate the paint on this ride
a "good quality driver" but will definitely turn some heads at a
car show! The European style certain windows and top is in great
condition. Use this car as a show type vehicle, beach cruiser, road
cruiser, or for everything. There's no way to be behind the wheel
of this vehicle and not have a smile on your face. While waving to
everyone giving you a thumbs up!Like I said before the Jeepster ran
for the years of 1948-1950. There were 2 production types for the
year 1950 basically split as early 1950 models and later 1950
models. This Jeepster is considered a late model year 1950. The
late model were given the bigger motor called the "Hurricane" or
F134 Inline 4 cylinder (134.2 cu in) backed with a 3 speed manual
"3 on the tree". It's the better of both worlds when it comes to
cruising and good gas mileage.This Willy has had some add
ons/upgrades the seller says has been done. The seller is stating
the Engine was rebuilt around 7,000 miles ago along with a new
Bendix Drive. An upgraded F Head. Rebuilt generator and armature
installed. New king pins and all control arm bushings replaced in
the past. We would love to see this Willy go to someone that will
truly appreciate the state of uniqueness this vehicle brings. This
1950 Willys Jeepster is offered by the St. Louis sales staff and
can be seen in full detail on our website. Our listing all include
100+ HD photos and a detailed video!
1950 Willys Jeepster
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