My uncle in Portland Or. had my Grand mothers station Wagon which was orginally in Houston Texas in the late 50′s thru the early 60′s. My Grand mother passed away in the early 60′s and My Uncle took it to Portland. My Uncle and his wife passed away many years ago, 30 or more and have been trying to track it down for a many years. Just wondering if you had any paperwork that may have Jack Wright or Katie Wright on it.
Looks really nice! I am working on one @ about the same stage. What size rims are those, and size tires? I have 15″ rims….28″ overall height..Even in overdrive I would attempt the freeway!!
It is not for sale yet! But for the right price anything is for sale. I have about 18K invested not counting my time.
I clicked on your name trying to respond but no luck, so I hope you get this message. The only place that I had the original color was on one of the support braces inside the wagon. When we cleaned it up and took it down to have the paint matched it came up with what is called desert red. Since pictures do not always give a good representation I can tell you it looks more maroon. It is a single stage paint – no clear coat.
Like the looks of your willys. I have 52 station wagon that im starting to restore.Would you let me know what color of red paint is on yours?
For sale ????? Jim
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