57 PU in San Diego

ndnile

Precision Fit
Oct 23, 2017
592
Northern CA
First Name
Doug
Willys Model
Wagon
Willys Year:
1959
Not my color, but looks like a great deal. No pics of the floorboards, etc, which is disturbing.
 

PTV

Sharpest Tool
Jan 3, 2020
316
SW Pa.
First Name
John
Willys Model
Pickup
Willys Year:
1958
Don't worry about that Mike, there is always tomorrow....
 

Bruce4310TX

Sharpest Tool
Jan 29, 2017
357
Rhome ,TX
First Name
Bruce
Willys Model
Pickup
Willys Year:
1951
If its completely rust free, but these pics dont show anything the frame has a little sag behind the cab bet that frame is rotted out in the usual spots
not worth 4k start at $1000 go from there
 

scoutingranch

Bigger Hammer
Sep 10, 2019
114
Encinitas Ca/Wickenburg Az
First Name
Mike
Willys Model
Other
Willys Year:
1950
California is a "different world near the coast". $4K gets you very little. If it isn't rotted then the ask doesn't seem unrealistic.
But, no title. Soooo, that requires a few steps that would come out to about $500.00 +/-. First to check with the CHP with the Vin number to see if stolen then go from there.
 

bird

Sharpest Tool
Aug 29, 2019
388
san diego california
First Name
eric
Willys Model
Pickup
Willys Year:
1948
Tale gate would sell foe $500.00 EBay alone. 5 minutes from my shop. Got a weird email back about my inquiry into this vehicle. Didn't answer any of my questions definitively and would't let me come see it. They said something to the affect of they have had such a high volume of inquiries on the truck that they would get back in touch with each emailer in the order of when it was received. If interested proceed carefully.
 

cwdtmmrs

Well Oiled
Jul 19, 2012
2,796
First Name
Tim
Willys Model
Wagon
Willys Year:
1952
California is a "different world near the coast". $4K gets you very little. If it isn't rotted then the ask doesn't seem unrealistic.
No question! Sometimes I think that salt water kills off brain cells! :)

$4k is a steal ANYWHERE in the country for a rust free example. People are paying that, (or not much less) for what I would consider junk and spending thousands of dollars and 100's of hours trying to fix them and very few of those come out "right". I always say pay a premium and get the very best (whatever) you can find. It will be cheaper and nicer in the end.
 
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