- Kentwood, MI
- 2 months
Willys-overland motor company began their willy coupe in 1937 with mostly traditional styling and as the company continued along it gradually evolved to a very similar look to its competition, the ford deluxe. This changed names to americars as most companies began to aim their marketing plans towards a more patriotic angle. Their biggest downfall was their poor 4-cylinder engines which ended up needing replacing frequently and became a prime target for those into the hot rods. Many turned these into their own projects and made them into racing machines, rat rods and everything in between and to this day the willys holds a special spot in the hot rod world because of this. It features a fiberglass body by heritage that is titled as a 1941 willys. It is finished in ppg hot red base coat/clear coat. The car has suicide doors, chrome grill, stainless trim, keyless entry, 1940 ford halogen headlights and turn signals, 1939 ford tail lights, chrome rear bumper, recessed 3rd brake light and license plate and light, dual wipers. The car is powered by a 383 v8 with 10:1kb pistons, sig erson cam, 420-443 lift 270 degree, engine works eagle stroker crank, dbl roller chain, high volume oil pump, roller rockers, high flow water pump, electric choke, profam billet air cleaner, ceramic coated headers, 100 amp chrome alternator along with chrome and polished accessories. The car is equipped with a 700r4 overdrive transmission with a 2,000 stall lokar shifter. It also has a ford 9 inch posi rear end with 355 ratio and 31 spline moser axles. This well built willys has an aluminum radiator with an additional 12x16 aluminum cooler with zirgo electric cooling fans. The brakes are 4 wheel disc brakes. The suspension consists of ifs in the front, 2 inch drop spindles with parallel rear leafs. The car rides on american racing torque thrust wheels with 15x6 in the front and 15x10 in the r.
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