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Classic Car Guy Introduces Car No. 13394:  1957  Willys Two Door Sedan station wagon, 2wd
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At a Glance...
  • Exterior: 2000 VW
  • Interior: grey naughahyde sides and top, brown cloth seats
  • Engine: 283 Chevrolet V-8
  • Transmission: 5 speed overdrive manual
  • Odometer/Mileage: 2400

Price:  $17,000

Finance Options
Get an Inspection on this Car
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Questions?

Email: 
Michael Johnson   
(Info@ClassicCarGuy.com)

Tel: 888-762-5570


Features...
Tachometer, Tilt Steering Wheel, Have Service Records, Seat Belts, Build Record


Restoration...
Restored:  Rebuilt, not restored 2017

1957 Willys station wagon. Frame off rebuild, less then 3,000 miles ago. Body and frame media blasted. 1967 Corvair front suspension with larger springs. Mustang II rack and pinion steering. 1966 Chevrolet 283 V-8 engine 3,000 miles on complete rebuild (stock). Edelbrock intake and carburetor. GM rebuild HEI distributor, (not an import). Fresh alternator and water pump. 1993 full size Chevy pick up cross flow radiator. New Vintage Air condenser behind a thermostatically controlled electric fan (car runs cool). 1993 full size Chevy PU five speed overdrive manual transmission. Rebuilt S-10 rear end with new ring and pinion, side bearings and axles. All four wheels are drum brakes with new shoes and wheel cylinders (disc brakes are available on line). All new glass and rubber, dot approved windshield, glass behind the doors and on back is tempered and tinted with a UV rating. Dynamat through out on sides, top and botton with hood insulation. Specialized two speed wiper system (a quality and functional upgrade). Juliano three point seat belts. Bear claws door latches, activated by hand, not electric. The outside handles are removed with finger latches installed in the B post to open the doors. Four mechanical Stewart Warner gauges with an electric Classic instruments speedometer. Tail lights out of an 88 Isuzu station wagon. License plate light system from a Mercedes Benz. Polished aluminum rear valance between bumper and body (nothing in that space from the factory). A gas door was installed on the side from a Ford pick up that is flush with the side of the body. All new exhaust system. Ididit tilt steering column with Grant wheel. The front fenders were hand modified on an English wheel. The fake hood scoops on the side of the hood are for looks and the painted bubbles coming out of the scoops were for the benefit of my grandchildren. No radio, or speakers, but set up for radio. Under dash brackets built to support Vintage air under dash unit, but I do not have a heat and air unit bulk head in custom fire wall for heat and air and no compressor or heat and air unit. 60/40 front seats out of a Ford Ranger in excellent condition but do not match the new headliner and door panels (ran out of money). No carpets for same reason. There is an electric tail gate lift installed due to the fact I built the car for my wife who has limited lifting capabilities. 14 inch tires in front, 15 inch in back on rally sport rims (tires are new, spare is used). The metal emblems were made by a friend on a CNC machine. I drove the car on one long trip (12 hours round trip) and at freeway speed averaged 19 MPG. The paint is 2000 VW "lemon green". This is a home built car, very dependable, and fun to drive, always a California vehicle according to the previous owner who owned it 25 years. Licensed, insured and driven daily. Most of the paint and body work were done by owner except the wood grain paint which is much superior to the amateur work done by owner/builder, me. If you can take them or pay to ship them the car comes with two extra hoods and one extra left front fender (the fender would fit in the car.


Exterior...
Tin woody woodgrain panels were painted by a professional painter and are beautiful. Clear coated.


Interior...
good, not finished (no carpets) , does not color co ordinate.


Mechanical...
283 Chevy V-8, 5 speed Chevy pick up transmission, overdrive. S-10 rear end. All in excellent condition.


Notes...
Frame off rebuild, less then 3,000 miles ago. Body and frame media blasted. 1967 Corvair front suspension with larger springs. Mustang II rack and pinion steering. 1966 Chevrolet 283 V-8 engine 3,000 miles on complete rebuild (stock). Edelbrock intake and carburetor. GM rebuild HEI distributor, (not an import). Fresh alternator and water pump. 1993 full size Chevy pick up cross flow radiator. New Vintage Air, electric fan (car runs cool). 1993 full size Chevy PU five speed overdrive manual transmission. Rebuilt S-10 rear end. All new glass and rubber, Juliano three point seat belts. Bear claws door latches. Stewart Warner gauges. All new exhaust system. Ididit tilt steering column with Grant wheel. The front fenders were hand modified on an English wheel. 60/40 front seats out of a Ford Ranger. averages 19 MPG. fun to drive,

see www.ClassicCarCuy.com for details





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