i think the only topps card showing wills as an active dodger i didn't get signed is his 1970 card, which was the start of his second stint in los angeles. he led a group of players that signed with fleer in the early 1960's so didn't have a topps card until 1968. by then, he was with the pirates or some such silliness, and didn't rejoin the dodgers until 1970.
i am biased, but i do believe that maury wills belongs in the hall of fame. i also believe that the dodgers should retire his jersey regardless of whether that happens.
on to the autos:
1972 topps 1972 topps in action without the action
1973 topps customthe final tribute that should have been
1987 toppsfeaturing the 1962 topps card that should have been. originally created for the 1975 topps mvp subset, this card has also been used on the 1982 kmart set.
2001 fleer greats of the gamei think this is the 4th dodger card from this set that i have got autographed. duke snider, carl erskine, and roger craig would be the others.
for more on mr. wills, check out this great washington post article.