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csexty

Knuckle Buster
Mar 15, 2010
1
California high desert
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I have a '56 wagon 6-226 mostly stock, still a lot of rust to repair. I bought all new leaf springs and did a spring-over, installed all new (stock) braking components (which seemed to be a waste of money). Engine runs smooth as glass. I'm thinking of repowering, as the brakes are scary and I wouldn't mind having an automatic trans. I have a '77 chevy 1/2 ton 4x4 power/drive train that I could use.

I'll submit a pic when I can figure out how.
 

Pete

Founder/Owner
Staff member
Administrator
Sep 17, 2009
6,496
Hailey, Idaho
First Name
Pete
Willys Model
Wagon
Willys Year:
1960
Welcome to the forum Charles...

Pete
 

Eric B

Precision Fit
Nov 27, 2009
841
Colorado Springs, CO
First Name
Eric
Willys Model
Other
Willys Year:
Other
Welcome.

There are a few cheater links on how to get pics up.

Plus Pete put in a testing section so you can play around with putting em in there....
 

dozerjim

Sharpest Tool
Nov 11, 2009
321
Clarence,New York (western part near Buffalo)
First Name
Jim
Willys Model
Pickup
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welcome to the forum Charles,I used a 77 chevy 1/2 ton 2 wheel drive frame and running gear,some fabricating but it makes a real good truck,good luck with your build,lots of very talented people here willing to help if you need it.....Jim
 

Gojeep

Well Oiled
Jan 10, 2010
3,479
Victoria Australia
First Name
Marcus
Willys Model
Pickup
Willys Year:
1948
Pictures came up fine and looks like a nice platform to start from. The front looks a little scary that high though.
 
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