41 Willys Pro Street (1. registration in Denamrk are 1938 Willys)
ALL PARTS ARE NEW ON THIS STREET ROD. NEW CHASSIS WITH TCI IFS, FIBERGLASS BODY, SHOW PAINT WITH AIRBRUSH, 572 CUI CHEVY CRATE ENGINE, DYNO SHEED 662 HK, 2 DISC CLUTCH, 4 SPEED STREET LENCO,9,5 INCH STRANGE REAREND, 3,5 INCH ALL...
1941 Willys Hot Rod Replica, 305 Chev engine 5Lt, Gasser Style, Right Hand Drive
305 Chevrolet engine
350 turbo box
Jaguar limited slip axle
New Weld wheels
TAX and MOT (Will update later)
Interior is very nice and complete with headlining kit
Wooden steering wheel and...
Howzit goin?Ive been lurkin around here for awhile.You guys have got a great site,lots of good shit and a bit of humour.Im into fast street cars especially gassers.I currently own a 55 chev gasser that im in the process of getting "legal".It's powered by a 454 LS6and was a drag car before i...
Well I finally got some room in the shop to get my old frame machine out of storage and get the Willys chassis going again and make some progress. This is old technology that just seems to work so well for what I need .
This machine once used for straightening is very sturdy...
Seeing you guys have been so helpfull, i thought i would search here before i bought in the States.
I know what your thinking no chance, wanted 1933 Willys Grille not worried about condition and headlghts.
Door hinges, universal A, B type would be great.
Dash (might be sorted via Mark Bull)
Set of guages (matching autometers but any considered)
Ford 460 water pump
Ford 460 mini starter motor
Have been helping my friend Kris get his Scimitar based Willys started I have given him 10 days garage space to get as much done before moving it to his cramped single one.
We picked up the body from Mark Bull on Wednesday and put it on the chassis 6pm Friday.
This was sort of the (tail) end of the job on a 39 Willys sedan. :)
Towards the end of all my sheet metal work was the rear pan that when I CHISELED the body filler off the were at least 6 different patches of a few different types of metal that made up the panel.
I had cut the...