1973 Jeep Willys restoration project.
Sandblasted bodywork, 4 rims and chassis, car completely disassembled to assess the condition of the parts and components.
After the first analysis, the new parts necessary to rebuilt the car were budgeted.
You can see in the pictures the amount of parts bought at the specialist in Jeep vehicles, Kaiser Willys, worth more than €3,000 (invoice available).
Many of the original parts were preserved because, even thought they did not look good outside, they were in good condition inside, as the car has been over 20 years standing still and, therefore they had been scarcely used.
The exterior (bodywork) is in very good condition, minor use-related dents were repaired, and it was sandblasted in order to have it painted at a professional workshop.
The mechanical part is a SABA diesel engine which is not in good condition but it can be repaired (we have videos of it running). The 4 leaf springs have been sandblasted and painted, and new shock absorbers have been ordered.
The brakes were disassembled and it was decided to order new drums with their corresponding pads. The transmission was in good condition and it was just necessary to order some spare parts for those that were worn.The gearbox did not require any work, and you can see in the pictures that the clutch is in usable condition.
Set of front and rear seats
The vehicle is deregistered.
The vehicle is located in Madrid, Spain.