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Walck's 4 Wheel Drive Restoration Guides; Restoration, Electrical, Steering

Making the decision to restore a Willys Jeep is the first step in a long process that ultimately will provide you with many hours of fun, frustration and satisfaction – not necessarily in that order. Undertaking this type of project is understandably a labor of love, as there are many details which need to be taken care of in order to make sure that your restoration goes as smoothly as possible. These gorgeous original guides outline the process of taking your Willys Jeep from relic to roadworthy, and offer you an insider’s perspective on what it will take to achieve your restoration goals.

12 Comments

  1. CLAY M COUTURIER Reply

    I have a 64 traveller that im currently taking apart. Do you have any guides or parts for my wagon?

  2. Monte Robinson Reply

    Do you have the instructions for proper weather seals and which way they should be applied?

  3. Ronald Lewis Reply

    Hi, I’m in need of a new heater core for a 1962 Willys station wagon. Any help would be appreciated, Thanks

  4. Eugene Perkins Reply

    First of all, thank you for putting this guide for those of us that are new to restoration. I do think it great that you are willing and able to help a newbie like me.

  5. Blane L Rodgers Reply

    I am currently undertaking a frame off restoration of my 1959 CJ5 . I have had it since college and it has been sitting since 2011, started in the last 3 years or so.

    • Hi Blane ,
      How is your project coming along. I also just started on my 1955-59 cj5.
      First time doing something like this.

  6. John Matthews Reply

    Working on 48 Willy’s pickup for 5 years. Many parts from Walck’s 4Wheel Drive. Original Go Devil engine, Drivable and Just had it painted. I have a donor 48 pickup 2wd and 4wd front and rear axles, all 5:35 gears.

  7. Larry Johnson Reply

    I recently purchased a new fuel sending unit for my 53 PU from you and cannot get the gauge to respond to the unit. What should the full and empty ohm readings be on the sending unit. I had the gauge checked out by you several years ago so it should be fine.

  8. David Tully Reply

    what coil size(1.5 or 3 ohm) and plug wires( resistor type?) should be used with a omix electronic distributor for my willys m38 conversion to 12 volt?

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