1963 Willys Station Wagon

by William Welch
(Kansas)

 Kaiser Willys Wagon (File Photo)

Kaiser Willys Wagon (File Photo)

I own a 1963 Willys utility wagon.


It has a 230 Tornado with a T-90 transmission and Dana 20 transfer case, a Dana 25 front axle and 44 rear axle. It was my grandpa's which he bought new as far as I know.

I'm currently working on restoring it, but not planning on doing it to original condition. I plan on getting into the car or truck mechanics field so I know more than enough about new car technologies and how they can improve my old Willys.

I've put some new chrome and cosmetic things on it along with glass, suspension, clutch, and some minor engine repairs. I have everything to redo the brakes and make it a dual system instead of the old system.

I'm hoping to find the money to have it completely repainted soon.


Larry' Comment: William...sounds like a good project to enhance your mechanical skills and have a great ride in the future.

Send us some actual photos even if your Willys is in "project" mode.

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