My replica Willys Jeep

This is a video of my replica Willys jeep made from a Suzuki SJ. Pictures here. propaholics.wolfchasers.com propaholics.wolfchasers.com propaholics.wolfchasers.com propaholics.wolfchasers.com

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25 Responses to “My replica Willys Jeep”

  1. 0ddba11s says on :

    The jeep was built as a one off project but I have seen a number of others made over the last few years, this video is just to show what can be made out of an old SJ.
    I did state this in an early reply posting but it seems to of been removed somehow.

  2. CoolDog202 says on :

    I could probably make something like that, only if I had a job and a car! Nice work dude, thats pretty awesome. I want to make a Willys Jeep out of a gas golfcart I have.

  3. kptwitko1939 says on :

    You make awesome things!
    You wrote “U.S.A” on the left side of front hood, and you have steering wheel on the right side, like in UK.
    Does Americans has steering wheels also on the right side?
    Sorry for mistakes, but I’m learn english.

  4. 0ddba11s says on :

    It is built as an American jeep but more suitable for UK roads due to the wheel on the right just more practical for driving.

  5. lolich75 says on :

    i didn’t really know it was a replica before you said it in another video ;)

  6. zeekjablonski says on :

    It don’t matter what people say as long as it gives you joy!

  7. Pedr6500 says on :

    cool jeep but why did you flip the middle finger

  8. 0ddba11s says on :

    LOL I think I may have had something in my other finger tip and was trying to rub it off with my thumb but this was a long time ago.

  9. wmralder says on :

    Don’t let anyone say otherwise – that’s a nice little replica. One would have to make more than a double take to see that it’s not a real jeep. I’ve seen real WW2 jeeps that look less authentic.

  10. 0ddba11s says on :

    Thanks for that!

  11. heartland96a says on :

    well done lots of hard work ! Enjoy your toys.

  12. panzermacher says on :

    That’s an amazing replica, I don’t spose you ever sat dawn I worked out a tutorial?

  13. 0ddba11s says on :

    I didn’t make this jeep a guy in Scotland did I just changed a number of things to make it look better.
    If you want to make one the best route is buy an old SJ413 and a WW2 replica body shell.

  14. jakey130486 says on :

    why did you mount the rifle holder upside down??? this thing looks rediculous. for the time and money spent on this you could buy an original willy’s in reasonable condiditon

  15. 0ddba11s says on :

    No you could not, this cost about £4000 not £10,000 and it is more reliable, faster and safer to drive in the Uk as it is right hand drive. It also has more power for towing and most people that see it think it is a real one. The gun mount is more practical that way round for how I use it.

  16. MewFushisDad says on :

    Very nice job on the jeep and every detail. The Jeep looks fine.

    I have a 1948 civilian Willys jeep, a CJ-2A which has been my daily driver for the last 12 years.

    The tank? Was there a tank that size during WWII or is this something that you built also? It looks sweet.

    Donald Sutherland is one of my favorite actors and as Oddball in “Kelly’s Heros” he’s in one of my all time favorite movies.

  17. madness20241 says on :

    Mate that is amazing. I have an original jeep that I restored many years ago. You are an embarassment to people who put hundreds of hours into their restorations. As you say there are some people who think this is a real jeep and that is the problem I have. That is a fake and a poor one at that. Absolutely disgraceful rubbish!

  18. madness20241 says on :

    Mate that is amazing. I have an original jeep that I restored many years ago. You are an embarassment to people who put hundreds of hours into their restorations. As you say there are some people who think this is a real jeep and that is the problem I have. That is a fake and a poor one at that. Absolutely disgraceful rubbish!

  19. 0ddba11s says on :

    @madness20241 So it is amazing and I am your mate but it is disgraceful rubbish!

    Thanks I have never said it is real have I?
    If it was a real one I would not use it in the way I do hence I want a replica. This isn’t a great one and I didn’t make it I just modified it to a standard acceptable to me to use in airsoft games etc.

  20. ziggybome says on :

    have you used the tank in any airsoft wars

  21. 0ddba11s says on :

    @ziggybome not in a good way yet, it has been used as a fixed firing position/ objective to capture. I don’t have an engine in it at the moment, I have one comming from China that should be here at the end of this month.

  22. acdcandnerf says on :

    @madness20241 dude its fuckin cool and just because omg ur rich enogh to restore a jeep doesnt mean this is rubbish tht is a cool replica jeep

  23. madness20241 says on :

    @acdcandnerf You don’t have to be rich to own or restore a jeep. You do have to put in a lot of time and effort. And that is what rubbish like this undermines. If you think it’s ‘cool’ then that is ok for you. I know what your standards are.

  24. 0ddba11s says on :

    @madness20241 I would not restore an original jeep worth £10,000 then have it shot at with airsofts guns quite simple, this is just something that fills a gap it has nothing to do with high or low standards just common sense, and budgets.
    This is more modern that a real ww2 jeep and therefore more practical, the MPG is better and it handles loads better.
    Sorry but if you cant see this it is your problem not mine!

  25. 0ddba11s says on :

    @0ddba11s An other option is to buy a Mahindra jeep and cut down the height on the bonnet area you can see one of those on a CIA video.
    You live in Australia not the UK, you may well be able to buy a ww2 jeep for £3000 or less over there here it is more like £7000 for a post war French or over £10,000 for a genuine US WW2 model.

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