Jeepster Jim

1949 Willys Overland Jeepster Complete Restoration

$39,950

1949 Willys Overland Jeepster Complete Restoration

This 1949 Willys Overland Jeepster is restored to show quality. It has a Rebuilt F-134 engine with 72 HP to go highway speeds, all new high end paint, new interior, new top, side curtains and top boot,and carpet . New whitewall tires all show quality chrome. New brakes and all new wiring. new battery , seat belts, and turn signals, new radiator and a lot more. The body and frame are completely under coated, and its ready to go and show anywhere.This was a ground up complete restoration, by Jeepster Jim of Florida. Call jim for more about this nice Jeepster.

1948 Willys Overland Jeepster Concours Restoration

$59,500

1948 Willys

This complete original 1948 Jeepster was found ten years ago in a warehouse where it sat for 35 years. This is the 138th Jeepster I have restored, and no expense was spared in this Concours quality frame-off restoration. The interior is new, and the top is high-grade canvas, as well as the top boot and side curtains. The gauges have been restored and calibrated. The entire car was stripped to bare metal and undercoated. The body has three coats of primer, then two coats of Dupont base coat, and three coats of high-quality Dupont clear coat that was cut and buffed between coats. The frame is all undercoated. The L-134 engine was blueprinted and balanced, and the original three-speed, with overdrive, was completely rebuilt. Nothing was compromised during this restoration, right down to every nut and bolt. It has new Coker tires, new hub caps, beauty rings, and wheel cylinders, master cylinder, brake lines, shocks, battery, fuel pump, clutch, pressure plate, plugs and wires, main bearings, rebuilt crank, rod bearings, pistons, rings, cam, valves, guides, valve seals, gaskets and seals, and all-new exhaust. It runs great. All the chrome is shows quality and complete. The steering wheel is new, as well as all of the glass and rubber. The wiring is completely new and color-coded to factory specs. The car has been driven 15 miles for testing.

Built with pride by Jeepster Jim of Florida. 904-692-4626

1950 Willys Jeepster Frame Off Restoration

$49,500

No expense was spared on this concours quality frame-off restoration. The restoration of this one-owner car was done in 2013. It comes with the original title and original sales order. It has been garage kept and only driven 543 miles. The interior is high-grade Leather, and the top is high-grade canvas, as well as the top boot and side curtains. The gauges have been restored and calibrated. The entire car was stripped to bare metal and undercoated. The body has three coats of primer, then two coats of Dupont base coat, and three coats of high-quality Dupont clear coat that was cut and buffed between coats. The frame is all undercoated. The F-134 engine was blueprinted and balanced, and the original 3-speed, with overdrive, was completely rebuilt. Nothing was compromised during this restoration, right down to every nut and bolt. It has new Coker tires, a spotlight, factory heater, new hub caps, beauty rings, and wheel cylinders, master cylinder, brake lines, shocks, battery, fuel pump, clutch, pressure plate, plugs and wires, main bearings, rebuilt crank, rod bearings, pistons, rings, cam, valves, guides, valve seals, gaskets and seals, and all-new exhaust. It runs great. It will do 70 MPH, and all the chrome is show quality and complete. The steering wheel is new, as well as all of the glass and rubber. The wiring is completely new and color-coded to factory specs. Built with pride by Jeepster Jim of Florida. It would cost $65,000.00 to do one just like it today if you have the car, and I have a 1 1/2 year waiting list. Call me for more info Jim 904-692-4626.

1950 Willys Jeepster

Willys Overland Jeepster Trailer

$9,500

Jeepster With Trailer

This trailer is perfect for hauling behind YOUR Jeepster. This listing is for the trailer only. If you want a Jeepster, check my other listings. I took it on several cross-country trips to carry all the extra stuff for the trip. If you would like it painted to match your Jeepster, I can do that for $1250. This trailer is truly show quality. All Steel, show quality triple chrome. Coker wide white walls. Hartz canvas cover. Tongue jack. Undercoated and carpeted. You can not build one of this quality at this price.

Call Jeepster Jim for more info. 904-692-4626

Street Legal 1973 VW Rail Dune Buggy

$9,500

Fresh 1835 CC engine

Clear Florida Title. VERY FAST

Dual Solex Carbs

Ported Heads

Light Flywheel

Racing Clutch

New Paint

Simpson Harness

Street legal

The following vehicles will be sold at auction

Lot #149

1949 Willys Overland Jeepster Concours Restoration.

To be sold January 15th in Concord, NC.

This complete original 1949 Jeepster was found 9 years ago with 10 other Jeepsters that had been in a warehouse for 35 years. This is the 120th Jeepster I have restored and No expense was spared in this Concours quality frame-off restoration. The interior is new and the top is high-grade canvas as well as the top boot and side curtains. The gauges have been restored and calibrated. The entire car was stripped to bare metal and undercoated. The body has 3 coats of primer then 2 coats of Dupont base coat and 3 coats of high-quality Dupont clear coat that was cut and buffed between coats. It is Royal blue with a black beltline.

 

The frame is all undercoated. The L-134 engine was blueprinted and balanced and the original 3 speed, with overdrive, was completely rebuilt. Nothing was compromised during this restoration, right down to every nut and bolt. It has new Coker tires, new hub caps, beauty rings, and wheel cylinders, master cylinder, brake lines, shocks, battery, fuel pump, clutch, pressure plate, plugs and wires, main bearings, rebuilt crank, rod bearings, pistons, rings, cam, valves, guides, valve seals, gaskets and seals, and all-new exhaust. It runs great. 

1949 Willys Overland Jeepster Concours Restoration

 

All the chrome is shows quality and complete. The steering wheel is new, as well as all of the glass and rubber. The wiring is completely new and color-coded to factory specs. The car has been driven 15 miles for testing. Built with pride by Jeepster Jim of Florida.

The following vehicles will be sold at auction on January 29th

at Kraft Auction in Valparaiso Indiana.

1973 Jaguar XKE

1973 Jaguar XKE

One repaint in 2021 original Old English White on a rust-free damage free car. 48662 miles believed to be correct. Stainless exhaust, Automatic with AC. Optional hardtop and nice top and interior and top boot. The best of both worlds, the most beautiful car ever built that your wife can drive and keep cool with AC.

1959 Morgan Plus Drophead

‘Drophead’ is a 1950s term British car manufacturers once used to describe a car with a well-made convertible top and fixed windows (as opposed to ‘roadsters’ that had side curtains and very simple tops). Jaguar’s dropheads had actual roll-up windows, whereas Morgan’s are sliding glass panes in chrome frames that can be removed and stowed in the car, as they are in our pictures. The sophisticated top that Morgan provided on the dropheads had three different positions available to drive in. The top could be all the way up, or just the front portion could be opened like in the picture. Plus, the rear window is zippered, so it can be opened. Or, the entire top could be folded down. The window frames attach to the top of the doors when weather protection is needed. This body style was Morgan’s most expensive when new and is not often found today.

1959 Morgan Plus Drophead

This car was delivered in the San Francisco Bay Area when new, even though it was right-hand drive. It lived an easy life in NorCal until coming to Colorado several years ago. Some Morgans had English Ford engines, but the vastly more popular choice was the same engine as the Triumph TR-3, which this car has. In addition to more power, it makes sourcing parts far simpler. The engine has recently been fully serviced, and recent work included rebuilding the carburetors. Given its low mileage and the benign climates where it’s lived, the body & frame are in excellent condition. The car has always been Red/Black and was recently repainted in its original color, and a new leather interior & top were professionally installed.

Owned by a significant all-British classic car collection, this Morgan has been well maintained and just had its service updated with recent tires, a new battery, fuel pump, and wheel alignment. It is a delightful sports car to enjoy, with its right-hand drive that forces you to acclimate to shifting with your left hand! The car comes with its original tools, a file of past services and will impress any knowledgeable Morgan enthusiast.

1946 Triumph 1800

1946 Triumph 1800

After WWII, Standard-Triumph wanted to expand from agricultural equipment and war materiel into sports cars. They came up with this unique and endearing post-war design that included a lot of imaginative thinking—especially the rear kid’s seats and windshield! (Not a rumble seat—the Brits call it a ‘Dickey seat’!). The engine was later expanded to 2000, and the cars enjoyed moderate success until the famous TR-2 arrived in the early ‘50s—but few were ever exported to North America.

This first-year, 4-owner survivor is complete with all of its original tools & accessories, and a box full of history & service records all the way back to when it was new. This classic English car has been in dry Texas & Colorado for decades, has only been repainted (in its original color) once, and really looks great inside, outside, and underneath. While in Denver, it has had engine, transmission & suspension work, brakes, and the cooling system kept serviced and has been coddled in a private collection for years. The car runs great and offers a truly unique ownership experience—no one else at Cars & Coffee is going to have one!


It even has functioning side trafficators (plus more noticeable signal lights have been added under the bumper), and the upholstery and top have all been renewed. The carpets, tires & battery have recently been replaced. Unlike other period British cars—like MGs—it can maintain moderate highway speeds. The 1800s have experienced steady appreciation, and the next owner will have a unique, affordable experience few of his contemporaries will ever have.

1949 Plymouth 2 Door Sedan Low Miles Original

This completely original Rust-free 1949 Plymouth has had one nice repaint in its life. The interior is all original and in excellent condition, with 50k actual miles.

 

She runs and drives like new. Everything is operational, including the radio. You will be proud to own, drive and show this beautiful example of Detroit in its prime.

1949 Plymouth 2 Door Sedan Low Miles Original

1949 Willys Overland Jeepster Concours Restoration

1949 Willys Overland Jeepster

This complete original 1949 Jeepster was found 9 years ago with 10 other Jeepsters that had been in a warehouse for 35 years. This is the 120th Jeepster I have restored, and no expense was spared in this Concours quality frame-off restoration. The interior is new, and the top is high-grade canvas, as well as the top boot and side curtains. The gauges have been restored and calibrated. The entire car was stripped to bare metal and undercoated. The body has 3 coats of primer, then 2 coats of Dupont base coat, and 3 coats of high-quality Dupont clear coat that was cut and buffed between coats. It is Tuxedo Black with a Silver beltline. The frame is all undercoated. The L-134 engine was blueprinted and balanced, and the original 3 speed, with overdrive, was completely rebuilt. Nothing was compromised during this restoration, right down to every nut and bolt. It has new Coker tires, new hub caps, beauty rings, and wheel cylinders, master cylinder, brake lines, shocks, battery, fuel pump, clutch, pressure plate, plugs and wires, main bearings, rebuilt crank, rod bearings, pistons, rings, cam, valves, guides, valve seals, gaskets and seals, and all-new exhaust. It runs great. All the chrome is shows quality and complete. The steering wheel is new, as well as all of the glass and rubber. The wiring is completely new and color-coded to factory specs. The car has been driven 15 miles for testing.

1972 VW Karmann Ghia

The Volkswagen Beetle needs no introduction. The ‘People’s Car’ of Germany gained popularity all over the world for being extremely simple to maintain whilst offering reliable mobility for a family. However, it was anything but sporty in appearance and demeanor. Enter the Volkswagen Karmann Ghia in 1955, which took the Beetle’s underpinnings and mechanicals and wrapped them in a much sportier body that was penned by multiple designers, including Italian design firm Carrozzeria Ghia. The Karmann Ghia was a two-door, four-seat sports coupe or convertible, with the same air-cooled engine from the Beetle, mounted in the rear. It was intended to be a comfortable cruiser rather than a flat-out performance model. This example is a 1972 Volkswagen Karmann Ghia that comes from Florida and is a stunning example of a car that was once the highest volume imported automobile into the US.

1972 VW Karmann Ghia


Exterior / Interior
The Karmann Ghia’s long and flowing lines endow it with a graceful appearance of merely gliding through the air rather than cutting or forcing through it. This 1972 Volkswagen Karmann Ghia wears a high-end base coat and clear coat paint job of eye-catching red and rolls on period-correct steel wheels and chromed hub caps with new tires. The rear-mounted engine lends the car a characteristic poise that is most visible when viewed side-on. The black interior features leather seats, a four-spoke, thin-rimmed steering wheel, and a floor shifter for the manual transmission. A manual sunroof is present too. A touch from the modern era is present, in the shape of a Pioneer CD/Radio head unit.

 

Engine

As it was based on the Beetle, the Karmann Ghia’s powertrain lineup mirrored that car’s offerings as well. This 1972 Volkswagen Karmann Ghia features the largest engine that came with the range, the 1,584cc (97ci) air-cooled, carbureted flat-four that put out 55hp and 78 lb-ft to the rear wheels through a four-speed manual gearbox. Though the Karmann Ghia was intended to be a comfortable cruiser rather than a performance car, its low kerb weight of less than 2000lbs, coupled with its sleek shape, were enough to endow it with a top speed in excess of 85mph for the power on tap.

1940 Dodge Business Coupe

1940 Dodge Business Coupe

This is the perfect starting point for a nice all-steel street rod. The body and frame are solid and ready for your custom touches. The engine is free. You will not need it. What you see is what you get. Clear title.

1953 MG TD

This 1953 MG TD is an excellent driver Runs and drives well. The car is solid with nice paint and chrome. The interior is also Very nice. It comes complete with a nice soft top, boot cover, Cockpit cover, side windows, and original tool kit and owner’s manual. It has also been upgraded with Dave Clark axle shafts. A very fun classic roadster.

1953 MG TD

1967 Chevy C-10 Custom

1967 Chevy C-10 Custom

The Chevrolet C-10 is part of the Chevrolet C/K series of light trucks that was manufactured by General Motors for Chevrolet, as well as GMC. The line was manufactured as two-door pickup trucks, as well as two-door chassis cab trucks, in ½ ton, ¾ ton, and 1-ton variants. The C-series Chevrolet trucks were rear-wheel-drive, whilst the K-series denoted four-wheel-drive variants, and the C10 was the ½ ton model. Today’s vehicle is a 1967 Chevrolet C-10 which has been treated to some tasteful modifications under the skin. Hailing from Florida, this truck is an ideal showpiece as well as suited for some light work with its clean and pristine covered bed. It will be equally at home being a conversation piece, driven on show, or carrying a load of two-by-four.


Exterior/Interior
This 1967 Chevrolet C-10 is decked out with bright blue paintwork that will be seen from a mile away. It’s got decorative ‘flame-effect decals down the sides and rolls on a set of polished silver alloys wrapped in BF Goodrich Radial T/A tires. Twin-chromed straight tailpipes at the rear complete the appearance package. The truck bed is clean, neat and comes with a bed cover to protect your cargo from the elements. On the inside, a grey cloth bench seat faces a custom blue and black dash with comprehensive instrumentation, including speed, engine rpm, battery charge, and engine temperature. A thick four-spoked steering wheel faces the driver, and a Kenwood radio cassette player is installed with upgraded speakers.

1964 Chris Craft 20’ Supersport

This 1964 Chris-Craft Super Sport is a two-owner, 20′ mahogany runabout that spent its life in fresh water on Lake Minnetonka until being moved to Detroit in recent years. Super Sports were styled similarly to American cars of the era and advertised with space-age styling, stability, and responsiveness. With over $30k in restoration costs since 2002, as detailed below. With 528 hours of operation, The hull was stripped and mahogany replaced where necessary in 2002, while new stain, varnish, and paint were applied in 2003. Later work involved the replacement of one bottom plank, followed by sanding, recalling, and repainting in 2015. Chrome trim has been replaced along with new side scripts and a variety of fasteners and hardware.

Records show the two-tone interior was reupholstered in 2003 with materials reportedly similar to the original. The front bench seat was further redone in 2015.

1964 Chris Craft 20’ Supersport


Original-style instruments are housed in a turned aluminum and upholstered dash, while a more modern radio and speakers are mounted below. Controls include automotive knobs and a factory three-spoke wheel sourced from the 1964 Ford Mustang. A flag, pennant, and bow pole are stored under the rear seat when not in use.

 

Power is from an inboard 327ci Chevrolet V8 that is said to be original to the boat. A four-barrel carburetor draws from a fuel pump that was rebuilt in 2015, and a new water pump impeller has also been fitted. The engine wears a coat of blue paint over most accessories and rubber hoses. The transmission’s shift control box was rebuilt in 2015 and equipped with a well-used handle.

1963 Ford F-100

1963 Ford F-100

The Ford F-Series is one of the Detroit automaker’s longest-running model families, starting in 1948 and continuing to date with the fourteenth generation. A series of full-size pickup and commercial trucks, it slots above the Ford Ranger lineup as the next step in size and carrying capacities and offers a range of two and four-door body styles, single or dual rear axles, and gasoline or diesel powerplants. The fourth-generation was introduced in 1960 and carried on until 1966. This generation introduced unibody trucks known as the integrated pickup, where the cab and bed were one continuous welded piece instead of two separate parts. This was an option on two-wheel-drive F100 (half a ton), and F250 (3/4 ton) variants, whilst four-wheel drive variants and F350 (1 ton) utilized the traditional separate cab and bed construction. This example is a 1963 Ford F-100 Pickup with a separate cab and bed. Coming from Florida, it’s a rare survivor that’s reported to have a rust-free body and chassis in great condition, as the pictures bear testament.

 

Exterior/Interior
This 1963 Ford F-100 Pickup is decked out in red and white paintwork that makes it instantly stand out, rolling on white-painted steel wheels with red hubcaps and Mastercraft Courser LTR tires. A polished chrome tailpipe peeks out from ahead of the right rear wheel arch, and all badging is present and correct too. Gleaming chrome side mirrors and a clean cargo bed complete the stunning outlook. The interior carries over the red and black theme, with a red dash and door inners and a white-with-red-center bench seat. The original gauges and radio are present and correct too, and the transmission selector for the three-speed manual gearbox is floor-mounted. The black thin-rimmed steering wheel and original switches for lighting and wipers complete the period-correct outlook.

 

Engine
The Ford F-series is renowned for being offered a range of gasoline and diesel powerplants of varying capacities, power, and torque outputs to suit the differing needs of its target segment. The fourth generation offered only gasoline power but no fewer than six engine options varying from 3.7L to 5.8L. This 1963 Ford F-100 Pickup is equipped with its original 292ci (4.8L) Y-block V8, which put out 170hp in the F-100. Drive is sent to the rear wheels through a three-speed manual transmission, and the current owner reports that it drives and runs great.

1948 Packard Resto Mod

During its heyday, Detroit was home to America’s automotive giants. The city was booming due to its focus on churning out the best automobiles. Amongst the giants, a small manufacturer was making its mark in American automotive history as well. The Packard motor company was established in 1899, and the pre-war period was Packard’s golden years. Packard believed that the greatest luxuries their customers could enjoy were mechanical quality, refinement, and reliability. Thus, they ensured that every car that left the factory was of extremely high quality with their endless pursuit to push the envelope in terms of engineering and using the best quality materials. This mantra ultimately proved when you drive a Packard as you were driving the greatest luxury car on the road. Owning a Packard definitely meant that you had made it in the world and was looked upon as a prestigious accolade. Due to its status, Packard cars became a favorite amongst the rich and powerful. European royalty, celebrities, and even global leaders’ choice of car would be a Packard. In modern days you would rarely see a Packard show up on auction due to their rarity as most cars can only be found looking all shiny and polished at car shows, museums, and private collections worldwide, but when they do come up for sale, they raise many eyebrows due to the prices they fetch. The car we have on sale right now incorporates the best of Packard in a modern context and comes in the form of this beautiful 1948 Packard Coupe Restomod. The build is reported to be a high-end professional endeavor with no expense spared.

1948 Packard Resto Mod

 

Exterior/Interior
This 1948 Packard Coupe Restomod has the iconic Packard body style and is built on a boxed frame with a Nova subframe and guaranteed to be a rarity with its burnt orange exterior and beige interior. On the inside, retro-modern powered leather seats cosset the occupants who also enjoy remote power windows, power door locks, and a Vintage Air AC system to ensure adequate chilling on hot days.


Engine
This 1948 Packard Coupe Restomod is endowed with a suitably sizeable and powerful engine, in the shape of a 454ci Chevrolet V8, which is coupled to an automatic transmission and drives the rear wheels, allowing you to have a bit of fun that would be slightly uncharacteristic of a traditional Packard, but enjoyable, nonetheless. As the power source has been upgraded, the brakes have also been upgraded to power disc units to ensure stopping power to match.

1941 Studebaker Commander

1941 Studebaker Commander

Finished in two-tone red over tan cloth and is powered by a replacement 226ci inline-six paired with a three-speed manual transmission. Equipment includes chrome bumpers with over-riders, a column-mounted gear shifter, red 16” wheels, dual side mirrors, and a heater with a defroster.

1960 Austin Healey

Very nice restored Bug Eye Sprite Ready to enjoy and show. A pleasure to drive and gets a lot of attention.

1960 Austin Healey

1927 Ford Model T Depot Hack

1927 Ford Model T Depot Hack

Fully restored, 95 years old, and still running strong. Plenty of room for the kids and great for parades.

2001 Chevrolet S-10 XTREME

“Fully Custom over $75,000 Invested Custom SEMA built pickup, By West Coast Customs!!! Forty-six thousand six hundred sixteen original miles clean CarFax History. Full Competition Grade JL Audio Sound System. Custom Laser straight Body panels and paint. This truck has a built-in PlayStation 2. Full AirRide Technologies independent switch controls. $4,000 Asanti Wheels and tires flawless all around!!!! This truck has been stored inside of a climate-controlled garage!!! The cost today to build the truck would be well over $100K.

2001 Chevrolet S-10 XTREME

1957 Nash Metropolitan

1957 Nash Metropolitan

This rust free classic just received a complete frame off restoration at my shop. Runs and drives great. New high end paint, interior, chrome, tires and a lot more.

1940 Buick Coupe

Selling to the high bidder

VIN : 67547104

Nice restoration in excellent colors. Rare dual side-mounts. Very good paint, excellent chrome, well-finished red leather interior. Rebuilt straight-8 engine and recent wide whitewall radials make it an excellent tour car that will always attract attention.

Buick styling evolved in 1940, adding a bigger grille (1939 Buicks sometimes had problems with overheating) and moving the headlights into the front fenders for a more streamlined look. The result was no less a Buick and would help define Buick’s look for the next decade. And although this 1940 Buick Model 46 business coupe was among the most affordable Buicks that year, it was far from plain. Dressed in flashy Sequoia Cream, the coupe has a sporting look that is accentuated by perfect proportions—a long hood and a modest deck. Someone invested quite a bit of time and money into the bodywork, as the doors close nicely, the hood latches without a fight, and there’s a fantastic shine to the finish that’s probably better than they could manage in 1940. Even better, a sizeable investment in chrome and stainless restoration gives this car a high-quality look with almost zero pitting in any of the cast parts, including the grille.

1940 Buick Coupe

The red leather interior is just beautifully finished and really adds to the luxurious feel of the Special. Although the model 46 did not come with a back seat, this one had a back seat added during the restoration and while it’s not 100% factory, it’s functional and attractive and suits the car just fine. The leather hides are soft and comfortable and the front bench seat is comfortable enough for all day touring. There are matching door panels with original hardware and new carpets on the floor help control noise and heat.

There’s a taut wool headliner overhead and all the garnish moldings were painted to match the bodywork to keep it bright inside. The trunk is clean and has a surprising amount of space—when you have sidemounts, there’s no need for a spare in the trunk!

The engine is a 263 cubic inch straight-8 out of a later Buick, and that’s probably the one you want. With myriad upgrades over the 248, including hydraulic valve lifters and improved oiling, it’s a smooth, torquey engine that makes the Special feel quick around town. It has been recently detailed with correct Buick Gray paint and red decals and still inhales through a 2-barrel carburetor. It starts easily and idles smoothly, as you’d expect from a straight-8, and makes a great 8-cylinder sound thanks to a custom dual exhaust system. There’s a big radiator up front and this one doesn’t seem to exhibit any signs of being fussy—it just goes. The 3-speed manual transmission shifts easily and with 4.10 gears out back, the engine’s torque makes downshifting unnecessary in most situations. It’s happy at about 60 MPH on the highway and as with most Buicks of the era, steering is light and easy to manage. Brakes are manual drums at the corners, but they’re plenty adequate for the car’s performance, and you can see that the undercarriage is clean—we don’t believe this has ever been a rusty car. 15-inch steel wheels were painted traditional Dante red and outfitted with a set of 225/75/15 wide whitewall radials that really improve ride and handling.

A very pretty car that is ready to tour and enjoy. Buicks remain under-rated in the market but you’ll find that the quality shines through even in the most affordable models. With handsome good looks, a practical interior, and a few upscale touches, this Special business coupe remains a favorite. Call today!

1950 MGTD

1950 MGTD
1950 MGTD very nice running driving classic MGTD From a dry climate with no rust and very well maintained by a elderly owner.
SELLS TO THE HIGH BIDDER NO RESERVE

1949 Willys Overland Jeepster

$19,500

Very nice 1949 Jeepster with new paint, nice chrome . New battery ,nice interior. Spot light, rear bumper guards , parade boot, tonto cover, Runs and drives excellent. 3 speed with overdrive. This one is priced to sell fast. Call me 904-692-4626 Just serviced and inspected and ready to ship to your front door.

1949 Willys Overland Jeepster

1967 Cobra

1967 Cobra

Powered by a 418 cu. in. “stroker” V-8

Five-speed Tremec manual transmission

1st-in-class Choice Award at the 2006 Detroit Autorama

Everett-Morrison chassis

Tri-color exterior over a tan leather interior