Not sure if there is enough Willys left to call it a Willys

Stakebed

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Northern California
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Joseph
Willys Model
Pickup
Willys Year:
1957
#4
Is that a gusseted Dana 60 rear axle?

It's got license plates but no reg sticker. Is it street legal? Registered as a Willys?
 

rocket

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Sierra Mtns
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Rodney
Willys Model
Wagon
Willys Year:
1963
#5
Is that a gusseted Dana 60 rear axle?

It's got license plates but no reg sticker. Is it street legal? Registered as a Willys?
Gusseted 60's front and rear. I don't think he has it registered.
 

rocket

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Rodney
Willys Model
Wagon
Willys Year:
1963
#8
That's a lot of engineering and work. It's crazy what some guys like to do. Good luck to him.
I guess he is actually my great nephew, (my elder Brothers grandson). My brother started a machine shop manufacturing business in the 60's, and it's still totally family run today. My brother's son, and both his boys grew up machining and fabricating. I guess it,s in all of our blood.
 

onlyonedr

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R
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C
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CJ
Willys Year:
1950
#9
So what part is a Willys? I see a TJ cowl, a JK grille, I think that is a TJ frame, custom link suspension, etc. I like the Trepador Comp tires, I have the radials on my Frontier.
 

rocket

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Wagon
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1963
#11
So what part is a Willys? I see a TJ cowl, a JK grille, I think that is a TJ frame, custom link suspension, etc. I like the Trepador Comp tires, I have the radials on my Frontier.
Your guess is as good as mine.!!!!
 
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