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              After WW11 Jeep trademark Willys, believed that the market for the military-type Jeep would be limited to farmers and foresters, therefore they began producing the "CJ" (or Civilian Jeep) to fill this growing segment.   Willys began producing the Jeep wagon and ulitily.  Seeing a gap in their product lineup, Willys developed the Jeepster to crossover from their "utilitarian" trucks to the passenger automobile market. Willys-Overland lacked the machinery to form deep-drawn fenders or complicated shapes, so the vehicle had to use a simple and slab-sided design.  Industrial designer Brooks Stevens styled a line of postwar vehicles for Willys using a common platform that included the Jeep pickup and station wagon, as well as a sporty two-door open car that he envisioned as a sports car for veterans of World War II.  The Willys-Overland Jeepster ("VJ" internally) was introduced in April 1948,  and produced through 1950 with a limited production of only 2,960 units for 1949…….This is very nice example of a restored with receipts 1949 Jeepster HOT ROD, 2 wheel drive, the original motor was replaced with a 350 V8 with throttle body injection and teamed up with a 700-R 4 speed automatic, power rack and pinion steering, power disc brakes, Fatman front suspension and Hugger headers with side cut outs.  It is finished in Cherry Burgundy with Black interior, vintage poly glass   tries, new smoothie wheels, new Black soft top with refinished bows, tilt wheel, air conditioning(not hooked up) and a cruise control(not hooked up) and much more.  This is a very rare example that runs and drives great, powerful, dependable and different.  # 11147   Now on display at the home of “over the top cars”                           VALUE PRICE AT ONLY $17,900