Description: The Willys Jeep Station Wagon is the first mass-market all-steel station wagon designed and built as a passenger vehicle. It was produced in the United States from 1946 to 1965, and continued production in Argentina until 1981 as the IKA Estanciera. With over 300,000 wagons and its variants built in the U.S., it was one of Willys' most successful post World War II models. Its production coincided with consumers moving to the suburbs. This particular 1962 Willys two-door Wagon has gone through a full frame off restoration and shows with its like new paint throughout. This wagon is powered by a flathead inline 6 Super Hurricane that is connected to a 4-speed manual transmission and also is equipped with 4x4. The engine bay features new parts such as a new A/C compressor, radiator, carburetor, alternator, coil, and starter. The interior is in excellent condition with its new green textured vinyl upholstery on front and back seats, black rubber floormat up front. The flooring behind the driver and passengers seat features painted red metal floor with wooden inlays that runs all the way to the rear. The dash features a clean and simple display with its original Motorola AM radio, glove box, and a single gauge cluster that indicates RPM, amperage, temperature, and fuel. Other interior features are original steering wheel, sliding passenger windows, yellow window trim, fold down tailgate, and air conditioning controls located underneath the glove box. The exterior comes in a red and yellow paint scheme. The body of the Wagon comes in red with the roof and side panels in yellow. Other exterior features are chrome external gas cans located on both left and right side and a roof rack with wooden in-lays. This Willys sits on 15-inch steel wheels painted in yellow to match that are wrapped in 235/75R15 white wall tires. Take this great classic machine anywhere and do anything to create memorable memories with friends and loved ones today!