1963 Willys Jeep Station Wagon Restomod with Patina & AMC Engine!

1963 Willys Jeep Station Wagon Restomod Patina AMC Engine 13

The selection of SUVs and off-road vehicles is currently very confusing. More and more models are pushing onto the market and almost all manufacturers rely on the high-legged off-roaders, because the trend towards sitting up high when driving continues unabated. Special SUV brands such as Jeep, Land Rover or Haval have such a large range of models that focuses exclusively on off-roaders that you can lose track of which model is best for you. That wasn't always the case, because in the post-war period there were only a few off-road vehicles and the term SUV was a long way from being born.

Patina look for classic fans!

Today we would like to introduce you to a 1963 Willys Jeep Station Wagon that will be auctioned at Mecum in Glendale, Arizona, at the end of March. The vehicle has clocked up just 1.200 miles (approx. 1.931 km) since its complete restoration return. Unfortunately we do not know which one Restomod-Forged the car into shape. The large-scale Patina, combined with the light blue paint, ensures astonished looks. Together with the comparatively tiny steel rims, the enormous ground clearance and the angular shape, the vehicle is immediately recognizable as a workhorse and stands out pleasantly from the high-gloss cars of the restomod scene.

Leather interior!

It's hard to believe, but the rustic seats and door panels of the rustic off-roader were covered with light brown leather. There is also a blue center console and instruments from Speedhut. This significantly improves the comfort of the workhorse. Unfortunately, we do not know which modern features the car still has.

1963 Willys Jeep Station Wagon Restomod Patina AMC Engine 7

FAST fuel injection and fuel pump, HEI ignition, Cold Masters Inc. HVAC system, A Team wiring harness, Willys Kaiser suspension, disc brake system, modern headlights, steel wheels with hubcaps and trim rings

A 304 cu.in AMC 304 engine. does its job!

The basic design of the 304 CI V8 engine is as old as the car itself, but originally belonged in an AMC muscle car. In the engine was a injection installed, which replaces the standard carburetor. There is also a TH400 manual transmission in the classic, which has also been revised. Unfortunately, we don't know exactly how much power the engine generates, but the unit has at least 210 HP as standard and a specially made sports exhaust system was coupled to it.

1963 Willys Jeep Station Wagon Restomod Patina AMC Engine 1

Our conclusion:

  • A great project that represents the trendy patina look with dignity. There is a lot of praise from us for the tuning crew. If we get more information about the changes, there is of course an update for this report. You will be informed about this if you simply use our Feed subscribe to. Have fun watching the pictures and stay true to us!

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1963 Willys Jeep Station Wagon as restomod with original patina & AMC engine!
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