These digits are only difference between model for Europe and US model.Most of Yugoslavian Willys Wagons was with F134 engine. I found one Wagon with flath front grill and these speedometer[attachment=0:3vrsq558]tabla.jpg[/attachment:3vrsq558]mladen.caver said:Yes, Presvjetli is right, those models that we have here in Serbia came as kind of help of the american government during the 60s, as I've heard. Those vehicles must have originally been intended for the european (or other?) market, since they all have the digits on the speedometer in km|h, not in miles (see my avatar!, it reads 14!)!
Luckily for us! :thumbup:
62 OlllO said:Let's get together and send our new friends our spare parts...Looking at your pictures I don't see the rust as we have here in the States...you folks apparently don't put salt on the roads to get rid of the ice and snow...you are lucky. Good Luck with all that white stuff - snow in your pictures!
62 OlllO said:Do you mean taillight? If so I'll send you my '62...I'm replacing them with some sort of LED lights for brake, turn signal plus a third brake light....modernizing, customizing and fabricating....ship to address? If you ever get to the states, you can stay here for a bit, plus I have a place in north Georgia, USA you can stay at as well, bring the family...and I'm sure others here would open their doors for ya!
SavageSun Willys said:You have a heck of a line up for cars you are working on. If there is any chance you can get over here the weekend of 15 May when some of us are going to meet up in Moab Utah that would be great. Hopefully this will be an annual event and if you cannot make it this May then maybe next year. I am going to push for a meetup in Sept-Oct time frame in 2011.
I am out in Arizona and you are welcome here. Got a few parts, not many, but be sure to post your needs on here and maybe someone has a better condition part they can let you have...