Does anyone on the forum have information on the Jeep Station Wagon (Wicker Edition)? I understand it was introduced in 1947 but would like to know if the special trim package with real wicker seats was offered on later models.
"Wicker" wagons were 'upscale' trim packages - ah, marketing!
'48-'50 "Station Sedan" (all 2wd) had 6 cyl, OD, stainless grill trim, deluxe upholstery, one piece rear seat, spare mounted on floor, 'Jeep' Station Sedan on glove box & hood... had basketweave adhesive decal in top panel below glass.
'53 "Utility Wagon"- same basketweave insert in top panels marketed as "Deluxe"
Willys America sells sticky repros, and there was a beautiful '53 Deluxe featured on January cover of 2009 Classic Jeeps calendar
Station Sedans (and my '49 663 - maybe all early models?) had herringbone cloth headliner
It is indeed one of the upscale Jeep Station Wagons around during the late 40's-early 50's, It has some nice features like its interiors, wheels and exteriors. None was heard though on special trim package with real wicker seats was offered on later models.
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