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Willys Scores a Double Hit!

David Knight
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 The all steel bodied Willys Station Wagon was a big hit when introduced after the war to a country starved for new cars.. I’ve always loved this car. My dad had two of the 2wd wagons, a ‘52 then a ‘57. The Aero Willys was a great little car but never sold all that well as it wasn’t   price competitive.  The Hampshire Green wagon pictured with the Brooklin Aero sedan is a standard Brooklin. The gray one with Aero was done by John Roberts. The maroon/wood tone model is by U.S Model Mint to replicate a ‘46-49 actual Willys Wagon. Bottom pictures are of my dad’s ‘53 with me not yet old enough to drive.

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But I could sure pretend

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Bob Jackman
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Great pictures and nostalgia David. Love the Willys models and proud to have them in my collection.

David Holcombe
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Well chosen, David.  I'm with Bob and really like the Willys alternative production.  They were, for many years, unique.   Here's a mid-50's NEO 2-tone.

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