The Willys Jeep Truck is a truck made by Willys-Overland Motors from 1947 to 1965.  The styling and engineering of the Jeep Truck was based on Willys' existing vehicles, the Willys Jeep Station Wagon and the Jeep CJ-2A. 

  • Willys Truck - 1947-1965
  • Production Total: 200,000
  • Designer: Brooks Stevens 
  • Class: Full Size Pickup 
  • Transmission: 3-speed T-90 Manual 
  • Wheelbase: 118 inches
  • Length: 183.8 inches
  • Width: 73 inches
  • Height: 74.4 inches
  • Curb Weight: 3,100 - 3,300 lbs.
  • Successor: Jeep Gladiator


The Willys Jeep Truck was introduced in 1947 as a 1-ton four-wheel drive truck all the way to 1965. I’ve always loved old trucks but especially the Willys trucks. 

The engine options ranged from day one with Go-Devil inline-4 to the Hurricane inline-4, Super Hurricane side-valve inline-6 and the inline-6 overhead camshaft Tornado. The Willys trucks had several cosmetic changes throughout the years most notably the front grill changes from 49-50. The Jeep Truck was available with only one transmission, the Borg-Warner T-90 three-speed manual, with synchromeshed second and third gears.