Description: The Jeepster was an automobile originally produced by Willys-Overland Motors from 1948 to 1950. With an over stock of jeeps from WWII, they came up with this more practical jeep for civilian use. The 1950 model year saw the first styling revisions that included a new instrument panel and a redesigned front end featuring a V-shaped grille with horizontal chrome trim. This Jeepster convertible has been converted to a 221 cubic inch Ford V8 engine with a 3 speed manual transmission, 12 Volt electrical system and dual exhaust. The sporty 2 door convertible includes removable canvas windows and irons, extra metal moldings, and spare tire. The custom burgundy exterior paint is in good condition with minor imperfections. This classic sits on 15 inch stock steel wheels with beauty rings and Willy’s chrome center caps which are wrapped in BF Goodrich Lifesaver whitewall tires. The white vinyl interior passenger seat tilts forward to allow access to the back seat. All of the dashboard gauges are in working condition and the wires have been redone for peace of mind. The sound system includes a Kenwood head unit that is AM/FM CD MP3 compatible which is hidden in the glove compartment and connected to two mids up front. Also available with the Willy’s is all of the documentation of this cars history along with the original booklet. Take this cute and comfortable convertible for a long drive down PCH or for a short weekend cruise.