From my ebay listing: Ebay listing
I am selling this amazing 1948 Willys Jeepster. I bought it a while back and just don't have time to finish it. I bought it in it's current state, which is disassembled and partially restored. Everything is in labeled bags/boxes. The frame and axles have been blasted and painted, it looks to have new springs and brakes. The motor, tranny, and overdrive are all clean and look to be rebuilt, but I cannot guarantee that - I have not taken them apart.
The body is PRISTINE! The floors have been professionally repaired with the proper beads rolled into them. There is one small rust spot on the passenger side rocker, and the center windshield channel has some rust - but I have a new chuck of metal to go in there. Both rear fenders have two small dents which can be pulled. The front fenders, hood, and grill are PERFECT. The doors are complete and perfect as well.
I have inventoried all the parts, and almost EVERYTHING looks to be there, including all the small chrome and hard to find pieces. The only things I know are missing are one rear fender top step and one fender lower step.
Here's a quick list of parts:
Both doors (complete), hood, fenders, grill
Complete top assembly - soft top frame, hardware, latches, oak bow, side curtains.
All the chrome trim, including t-bar, hood spar, Jeepster emblems, dash chrome, window chrome, etc
Complete set of seats. The rear seat even has the side curtain storage pocket!
NEW wiring harness!
Rebuilt starter, generator, and Carter carb.
Radiator looks solid, and actually new - it is stamped Harrison,
Complete column shift and steering colomn assembly, with two horn button
All new gaskets
2 complete sets of orginal bumpers
Orginal NACO tail lights, with perfect glass
Front and rear splash pans
Spare tire bracket
Speedo looks immaculate
Original air cleaner
Driveshaft, exhaust, muffler
All steering components
All the parts are in their origial, un touched state. So if you are looking to complete a restoration with an excellent candiate, this is the one! The parts alone are worth well over the asking price, I just can't bring myself to part it out. Clear title.
Attached is photo of a restored '48 Jeepster.