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Thread: 2018 SEMA Crown 1963 Willys Jeep Traveler

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    It’s great that they always bring a great restoration every year. That one is absolutely spectacular!


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    That thing is the reason those are so expensive right now. That is clean as hell!


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    Quote Originally Posted by OverlanderJK View Post
    That thing is the reason those are so expensive right now. That is clean as hell!


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    Yup, the more companies promote old iron that higher the prices will go.

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    2018 SEMA Crown 1963 Willys Jeep Traveler

    Beautiful. I once had a ‘63 Willys Wagon. Not nearly as nice as that one though. Mine also had a Ramsey winch. A PTO winch, of all things. I think mine originally was that same metallic teal color, though somewhere along the way it was painted yellow with brown inserts. Could still see the teal behind door panels, inside the glove box, etc. It sure was a conversation starter.


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    Wow that thing is amazing. Pretty cool it has an original winch on it also.


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    that's a very nice clean classic
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