Discussion in 'eBay and Craigslist' started by Steve's 70-5, Jun 25, 2020.
Did Jeep make a dump truck
1956 Jeep Willys · Dumptruck
"Bed dumps left, right, and to the rear"
thats pretty cool!
I bet its an aftermarket body builder that made the dumpbed.
Factory option I believe.
that's awesome. I want it
I imagine that even if it ran it wouldn't run.
That is so cool! I'd drive it!
ITLKSEZ Needs that rig........ Right Now !
I’d wheel it!
It actually gave me the urge to post a measurement question to see how a willys pickup cab would fit on my ford chassis. My cab is folding in half, and that would look sweet.
That looks like like a decent reason for me to sleep on the couch for the next 4 years
eWillys had an article on these.
We use a lot of rotary dumps on the railroad, that way you can control where the ballast stone ends up either between the rails or to the sides of the rail.TJ
Cab mounts rusted out? They make repair panels for those...
It was abused as a county truck for many years. The roof has been caved in and pushed back out enough times that you can see light through the creases. It isn’t necessarily a rust bucket; the body mounts are still relatively solid, but I think they have been pounded down around the frame from loads being dropped on it. The door openings are making contact at the wing windows, and they have 1 1/2” gap at the bottom, and I can’t see exactly where the issue is. It’s one of those “not sure I want to know” deals. Just drive it till the doors no longer open.
I put a Willys cab on a '77 chevy pu frame,not a bad job,and I used swing pedals from a '64 ford F-600,and a steering column from my '70 f-100......you should be able to do in an afternoon.......give us a place for the mh and I'll point for you
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