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05-03-2013 11:38 AM
Bobster I have a 2004 willys edition. It has an auto with overdrive and a 2 piece tan hardtop. Only mods are the wheels and tires.
Bob
05-03-2013 08:57 AM
KaiserJeep I have seen both the auto and manual, plus with and without A/C on the Willys Edition Jeeps. The base model on a Willys Edition is an "X". If the dealer added on a hardtop, it could be either Black or Tan, but not Green.

It IS possible to add a D44 to the "X" as a factory option, but the dealers never seem to do that, most customers do not care. But when you add the D44 as a factory option, it only comes with the "Track-Loc" limited slip diff.
05-03-2013 08:14 AM
flflash I'm pretty sure the 2004-2005 Willy's package only came with a manual transmission....but there may be an auto out there somewhere?
05-03-2013 08:05 AM
05johnny Bummer..for the willys..and I learned something
05-03-2013 07:55 AM
Neil F.
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Originally Posted by 05johnny View Post
I have the 05 rocky mountain addition....and if I'm correct it should have come with the d44 rear and upgraded gears...mine did

The Rocky Mountin and Willys are two different packages. The Rocky came statandard with a 44. The Willys did not

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05-03-2013 07:50 AM
05johnny I have the 05 rocky mountain addition....and if I'm correct it should have come with the d44 rear and upgraded gears...mine did
05-03-2013 06:24 AM
Neil F. Note if it is a softtop, you cannot get a green replacement top or windows.


Willys Edition - 2004-2005
* 4.0L I-6 engine
* Exclusive Moss Green exterior color
* Water resistant Camo and black seats
* Unique "WILLYS" decal at cowl side
* Diamond plate rocker guards painted Dark Green
* Body-color fender flares
* AM/FM stereo radio with CD player and seven speakers (includes subwoofer in center console) - no extra charge
* 4.0L Power Tech I-6 engine
* Tow hooks
* Fog lamps
* Full-size spare tire with matching wheel
05-03-2013 06:19 AM
WaterDR
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Originally Posted by xjakex View Post
One just came up for sale in my are and I was wondering what sets them apart from a normal tj?
Also I was wondering if they came in automatic or if they were just manual?
Thanks
It is a base model Jeep, with a 4.0, special green color, special green top, camo green interior, decals, and painted green rims. It's made to look like a WWII Army jeep....sort of.

They are pretty cool if they are your thing and are very unique.

Downside is that if I were to own one, I would never modify it. You pay a high premium for these and seems dumb to then turn around and modify it.

As to if they came as an auto, I can't comment on that. I just can't imagine someone wanting the WWII look and then wanting an auto. Seems silly to me.
05-03-2013 06:02 AM
xjakex
Willys edition question

One just came up for sale in my are and I was wondering what sets them apart from a normal tj?
Also I was wondering if they came in automatic or if they were just manual?
Thanks

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