- $29,995 Get Financing
- Matte Black
- Seller: StreetsideNashville
- Phone: 615-930-0600
We could tell you that this 1954 Willys Utility Wagon is a full custom build, but you already knew that from the moment you laid eyes on it. But more than just a sleek street machine style, this one has upgraded V8 power, a well-done suspension, and a loaded A/C interior with a cool/custom vibe. It makes for the kind of build that's great for driving, showing, and all-around enjoyment.
We love a custom Willys because they have so much to offer. The grille instantly makes us think of the iconic Jeeps, and there are sturdy lines that make them imposing. So they are the perfect base for a street machine kind of upgrade. They chopped five inches out of the roofline, gave you long/smooth side glass, and let the 15-inch Boyds wheels show off the intimidating forward-leaning stance. The hot rod matte black fits the custom attitude nicely, and the wood-like vinyl details are pure classic Willys fun. Some of the upgrades are a bit more subtle, like the smoothed/sealer rear that allows for the LED taillights, and the full vinyl roof that gives this a cool double-black style. And you can tell someone who really loves these Willys did the work because the iconic open front fenders were artfully extended to create full running boards and the rear fender flares. The whole package looks good because there's less than 250 miles on the total build.
When you pop the remote door openers, it shows off the full custom interior. The door panels, dash, and rear benches have a cool look of wood, and the real rope accents give this a true surf wagon vibe. Not only does this look cool, but you also have the right features for a comfortable cruiser, like power windows, a center console, tinted windows, and cold-blowing air conditioning. And this one wants to be a solid driver, too, so you have front bucket seats, a sports steering wheel on a polished tilt column, a three-speed automatic transmission, and a full Dolphin gauge package.
With this much street machine style, you know you need a proper powerhouse. That's why this has been upgraded to Ford's hardy 351 cubic-inch V8. The tidy motor inhales deeply with an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, and it exhales with added power and authority as long tube headers feed into the dual exhaust and Flowmaster mufflers. As you look underneath, you'll spot the right details, like a Fat Man tubular A-arm front end, rack & pinion steering, power brakes with front discs, and air shocks in the rear.
A Willys is always going to be distinct, but this is a true one-of-a-kind. So don't miss this awesome build, call today!