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  1. Thanks. I wasn’t aware of that. Hat tip to the Duesenberg engineeers. That’s impressive. Maybe one might consider the Willys 230 OHC one of the first mass-market U.S. OHC motors. Yup, that pic is of the motor in my red-and-white 1964 Willys Wagon Traveller. Great engine.
  2. Good question. I'd like to know too.
  3. 1940s-1960s accessory?
  4. Looks to be a grill from a full-size Jeep Wagoneer, Grand Wagoneer, or J10/J20 pickup from the late 1970s to mid-1980s.
  5. If you are interested in Willys or want to sell the parts, www.OldWillysForum.com is a great place. Helpful people and a ton of technical resources.
  6. Does it work? Would you be interested in selling it? It looks to match my Willys Jeep Wagon... close enough anyway.
  7. Here you go. This info is all from the Jeep Utility Vehicle Master Parts LIst which includes the wagons, delivery, and pickups. It does not include CJs. I assume most of the gaps are for Jeep parts specific to CJs. In any case, see attached.
  8. 10-4. I'll check tonight after the kids are down.
  9. Hi Shawn, Congrats on your find. If you post a list of parts numbers, I can look them up for you. Cheers! Dan
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