1956 Willys DJ-3A. All original including sliding doors. Only thing missing is the motor. Motor was ruined in 1973 and removed. This was my dad\'s first vehicle. Mom and Dad had their first date in this vehicle. It\'s been in our family since 1961 I believe. My grandmother held onto it for me until her passing two years ago. I have finally got it to my garage and started the restoration process.
We have only had our Surrey a short time. It is powered by the stock L-134 Go Devil engine and 3 speed column shift transmission. The photo with the Fiesta Yellow and black 49 Jeepster belongs to my friend, Jim Sullivan and is a fresh body off restoration. The little pink Surrey pedal car also belongs to Jim Sullivan.
Photos of my 1955 Willys DJ-3A. Hello webmaster, loved the photo of my DJ3A you posted in the DJ series history blog. I have been working on it and have changed out the suspension and it is beginning to look tough again and not a tired horse. attached is a recent photo, I am changing out the fabbed windshield to a fold down 2 piece and going to install the original seats and etc, will send in more photos when I get it further along. Keep up the good work on your website, it’s the best thing out there for Willys enthusiasts, and oh yeah your long line of OEM parts are awesome too.
Photos of my 1956 Willys DJ3A which I just received from California. These 2WD Jeeps are seldom seen up here in snow country and Miss Willy is sure enjoying the attention. Jeep bodies are usually ravaged with rust in our Northern New England neighborhood and whole companies have been formed just to bring them back to usefulness. When folks see Miss Willy\'s body they marvel at those 55 year old California curves. She lives in a comfortable garage right beside her \'49 CJ3A cousin.<br><br> Glenn Byron<br> Smithfield, Maine