Engine Size
Inline 4
Transmission Type
3 Spd Manual
Body Color
Blue & White


  • Complete frame off rotisserie restoration.
  • Two door convertible.
  • Drives as good as it looks.


Just in time for Summer. Crevier Classic Cars is please to have this new arrival. If you enjoy having a great time in the sun this 1950 Willys Jeepster 2dr Phaeton Convertible needs to be on your list. Fully restored and ready for a cruise down to balboa island or anywhere a good time takes you. Stop by today and check out this fine example of an American classic!

Complete Frame off rotisserie restoration

All Original

The Willys Jeepster was an ingenious design by Brooks Stevens, which combined a four-passenger phaeton with soft top that evoked the appearance of the wartime Jeep. The model was introduced in May 1948 with the thinking that returning GIs would be sentimentally attached to the appearance. Most GIs, however, were looking to move beyond the military, and sales were disappointing.

The VJ2 Willys Jeepster offered few options, and the first ones had a 134-cid, 63-hp four cylinder F-head engine. This engine was well suited to the Jeep, which was smaller, lighter, and designed to slowly navigate difficult terrain, but was not optimized to carry four people at anything above 50 mph on the highway. Transmission was a three-speed manual with optional overdrive.

2dr Phaeton Convertible

4-cyl. 134cid/63hp 1bbl

Curb Weight: 2459 lbs.
Vehicle Length: 174.8 in.
Wheel Base: 104 in.