This is a Willy’s Jeep Station Wagon (produced from 1946-65, though not much changed on the outside over the years, it’s definitely on the later end of the spectrum).
This is another great Brooks Stevens design and the precursor to the Wagoneer, which he was also responsible for. The body side is especially nice with its crisp stamped lines as well as those period narrow width steel wheels.
Seen in NW Portland
Today’s post is courtesy of my friend Shahin, who runs the fantastic Paykan Hunter blog. It’s definitely worth your time to go check it out, Anglo-Iranian goodness abounds:
He’s been on a roadtrip from Detroit to all destinations West and shared this great Kaiser Jeep Wagoneer (1963-65) he spotted in Washington State. Another beautiful Brooks Stevens classic left to the elements.
Seen in SW Washington.