This 1941 Willys Project Car Could Be Your Big Tire Fun Machine


This 1941 Willys Project Car Could Be Your Big Tire Fun Machine

Everyone loves a 1941 Willys. I mean what’s not to love? They have big fenders, a sexy nose, and when built right they sit awesome. We love them when they have a big injector hat resting on top of a blower and then just poking through the hood. That’s as sexy as it gets in our opinion and is exactly what I’d do with this one whether it became a race car or just stayed a hot rod. Can’t you imagine this one painted up Candy Apple Red, sitting low, and making all the right noises? We can and we’d love to have it in our garage.

Here is all the info from the seller, and CLICK HERE TO SEE THE ORIGINAL AD.

Up for sale is my 1941 Willys coupe drag car, race car, vintage car or project car. I bought this car 10 years ago with the intention of building my own version of this iconic Hotrod. Unfortunately, I have too many other projects in play and now need the room.
The car has a magnificent body fastened to a custom built boxed frame with suicide doors hung on the body. The trunk lid is mounted on the body with billet hinges. The full length boxed frame has coil over in the rear with a independent front suspension managing the front end. The front and rear have disc brakes, with a power brake booster mounted to the inside frame rail. The brake pedal is also mounted on the inside of the frame.
The car rides on new Weld wheels and new tires.
I do have the engine I had built for this car. It is a small block Chevy 283 stroker, blown. It is brand new, never started, complete with blower installed. Additional info is available if interested. I paid $8,000 to have the engine built at T&G Performance Engine Speed Shop, and would sell it for the same price invested.
Call Victor at show contact info if you have interest in any of the above. Harbor City is directly South of Los Angeles about 25 mins. The car and engine can be seen at our warehouse Monday through Saturday.


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