Penny received her Jeepster from her dad, Bill Kiser, when he passed away in 2006.
He bought this Jeepster in the fifties and Penny has magnificently restored it and modified it in his memory.
The Willys-Overland company only built the Jeepster for four years.
Penny's Willys is a gorgeous metallic blue with a gray interior and top and shows beautifully.
Penny and her fiancť Ray Morgan can be found almost weekly at local car shows.
The car now has a Chevrolet 350 engine and transmission and let me tell you, it really sounds good!
Of course she added air conditioning and a good heater so cruising is comfortable year around.
To further add to her comfort while cruising, Penny has two sets of side curtains.
One set is made like the original side curtains and the other is made of a solid acrylic.
Penny has all the cool accessories for her Jeepster. She has a boot to cover the top when itís down and
a tonneau cover to go over the top and back seat area when just she and Ray are cruising with the top down.
In 1950 the Jeepster M.S.R.P. was $1599. What do you suppose the value of Pennyís Jeepster is today?
I like the history behind this car and the loving memory, but the story doesnít end here.
Ray has his fatherís 1957 Ford pickup and he is in the process of a complete modified restoration of it.
Their vehicles are both great fun and great memories for them. Thanks for sharing!