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Willys Truck

Post by OrangeSpear » Mon Sep 22, 2014 7:54 am

New to the family, its a 1957 Willys Jeep Truck.
3.7L Super Hurricane I6 engine.
It runs but has no brakes.

We are moving to a new house soon with a good bit of land. My plans for this Willys is to get it operational to use around the house.
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Re: New Willys Truck

Post by Cowboy » Mon Sep 22, 2014 10:49 am

Saaaaaawwwwwweeeeet!
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Re: New Willys Truck

Post by Toaddragon » Mon Sep 22, 2014 2:35 pm

You cant beat the pure sexy of a old school Willys! Nice score!
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Re: New Willys Truck

Post by marylandjeeper » Mon Sep 22, 2014 11:39 pm

That is super cool.
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Re: New Willys Truck

Post by BLK00TJ » Tue Sep 23, 2014 9:10 pm

That is cool looking. No surprise there are brake problems though :lol:
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Re: New Willys Truck

Post by tealo951 » Tue Sep 23, 2014 9:22 pm

Holy cow dude, that's a sick find! Now I want one!

Are you going to just restore is or modify it along the way?


I see car shows and jeep events in your future :)


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Re: New Willys Truck

Post by OrangeSpear » Wed Sep 24, 2014 7:35 am

BLK00TJ wrote:That is cool looking. No surprise there are brake problems though :lol:
i see what you getting at there :doubt:

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Re: New Willys Truck

Post by OrangeSpear » Wed Sep 24, 2014 7:38 am

tealo951 wrote:Holy cow dude, that's a sick find! Now I want one!

Are you going to just restore is or modify it along the way?


I see car shows and jeep events in your future :)


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Current plans are to fix the brakes so thats its can stop. Stopping is always useful. (maybe add a gastank, gastanks are always nice. this one runs off of a fuel line stuck in a gas can :mrgreen: )

But the plans are to use it on the farm. We are currently in the process of buying a farm in Glenville, PA. Finally moving out of this damn townhouse!
I probably wont be doing many heavy modifications. It will need new tires soon but i just plan to use it around the farm.

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Re: New Willys Truck

Post by gone4x4 » Wed Sep 24, 2014 1:43 pm

yup, nice rig, now you can chase mountain lions away from yer's and yer neighbors ranches just like Rich Lewis in mountain men!!!
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Re: New Willys Truck

Post by tealo951 » Tue Sep 30, 2014 6:30 am

OrangeSpear wrote:
tealo951 wrote:Holy cow dude, that's a sick find! Now I want one!

Are you going to just restore is or modify it along the way?


I see car shows and jeep events in your future :)


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Current plans are to fix the brakes so thats its can stop. Stopping is always useful. (maybe add a gastank, gastanks are always nice. this one runs off of a fuel line stuck in a gas can :mrgreen: )

But the plans are to use it on the farm. We are currently in the process of buying a farm in Glenville, PA. Finally moving out of this damn townhouse!
I probably wont be doing many heavy modifications. It will need new tires soon but i just plan to use it around the farm.
no way, thats awesome! (buying a farm i mean)(well and the Jeruck) I'll have to make sure to visit you guys when i come home on leave this year, if thats cool with y'all. haha

I will be following this build bro.
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Re: New Willys Truck

Post by OrangeSpear » Tue Sep 30, 2014 7:12 am

tealo951 wrote:
OrangeSpear wrote:
tealo951 wrote:Holy cow dude, that's a sick find! Now I want one!

Are you going to just restore is or modify it along the way?


I see car shows and jeep events in your future :)


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Current plans are to fix the brakes so thats its can stop. Stopping is always useful. (maybe add a gastank, gastanks are always nice. this one runs off of a fuel line stuck in a gas can :mrgreen: )

But the plans are to use it on the farm. We are currently in the process of buying a farm in Glenville, PA. Finally moving out of this damn townhouse!
I probably wont be doing many heavy modifications. It will need new tires soon but i just plan to use it around the farm.
no way, thats awesome! (buying a farm i mean)(well and the Jeruck) I'll have to make sure to visit you guys when i come home on leave this year, if thats cool with y'all. haha

I will be following this build bro.
When are you coming back to MD on leave?

Not much of a build going to happen but ill post pictures. Just want to get it back to a usable state.

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Re: New Willys Truck

Post by JeepGuy21 » Tue Sep 30, 2014 9:57 pm

Bring it to the Homestead in a few weeks for the Willys gathering.

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Re: New Willys Truck

Post by MPETE » Wed Oct 01, 2014 1:14 pm

I HATE YOU. that is all
my revolving door of vehicles contines to spin.........
now I have a 2011 F150. 5.0L

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Re: New Willys Truck

Post by RkyMtnH » Wed Oct 01, 2014 2:41 pm

1. Congrats on buying a house, outside of Maryland.
2. Nice Truck. Super Sweet ride.
C. I concur with Mark ( MPETE )
7. Looking forward seeing you guys/girls again, soon. :D
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Re: New Willys Truck

Post by cmecha » Sat Oct 04, 2014 7:08 am

Thats awesome
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