Behold: the 1949 Willys Jeep Wagon Camper – a period conversion of the prototype three-speed, inline four powered workhorse with a Camp’otel collapsible tent, ladder, dual water tanks and storage unit mounted on the roof, complete with the original folding tables and cookware that likely came with the Camp’otel unit.

Restored at some point in its lifetime with metallic green paint and a green vinyl interior, the camper has a mere 58,000km on the clock and goes to auction this month in Gardenia California (if you’re passing) for between $40,000 and $50,000 (about €33,000 to €41,000).


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9 thoughts on “Hot Wheels

    1. Paulus

      Ah c’mon; that’s a nice old-school engine where most of the oily bits are readily identifiable – bit like a Morris Minor engine.

      1. Janet, dreams of an alternate universe

        don’t mind me I’m after spending two hours building a ” gift ” only to find out it’s missing parts and now I have to take the whole thing apart, get it to a dump and order a new one, I’m projecting

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