From 1948-1950; Willys-Overland produced the Jeepster in an effort to move away from simply utilitarian vehicles and offer a fully-capable vehicle that wold appeal to the passenger automobile market. Providing several standard high-level features that were options in competing models; Willys hoped to capture consumers attention a utilitarian vehicle that had a greater luxury feel. Though the Jeepster was well regarded by those who owned them; little advertising and a limited dealer network led to the vehicle being phased out after the 1950 model year.
This 1950 model underwent an impressive cosmetic restoration. The yellow exterior is an eye-catcher and flows well into the tan interior. The car has a cloth tan top and the car has the windows, located in a holding area behind the rear seat. Powered by a 134 cubic inch Hurricane 4-cylinder engine tied to a 3-speed manual transmission with overdrive, the car fires right up and is a joy to drive. During the restoration, a XM satellite radio and speakers were added to the car. For a fun vehicle to drive that grabs the attention of anyone who sees it, the Jeepster is a great option.
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