UPDATE: Still Available.
(02/17/2018) It doesn’t run. Has lots of patina, if you like that sort of thing.
“1951 Henry J
Original 1951 Henry J. Complete original car.
Solid rear deck – no trunklid or rear mounted spare.
Hurricane 6 cylinder engine. 3-speed transmission. 6 Volt generator and all wiring in-place.
74,826 miles on vehicle. Does not run.
No significant dents. Rust in common areas for Henry J, including passenger-area floor boards, rocker panels, front fenders near rocker panel, body area near rear side glass. ”
“1953 Kaiser HENRY J Gasser with BLOWN 383 SBC, AFR heads, Roller cam etc….Built Turbo350 by B&M, Fresh Ford 9″ with 3:50 gears and Detroit locker. Has a 1940 Willys truck front straight axle with JFZ disc brakes. Aluminum Halibrand front wheel and Magnesium Halibrand rear wheels, 4 link rear end with adjustable coil overs. Full gauges, all fresh wiring, roll bar (mild steel) 3″ belts, Holly electric pump with cell in the trunk. Chrome rear bumper etc…Car runs really hard- best 1/8 mile at Irwindale was 6:40 @ 105mph on a foot brake. Willing to sell complete or less motor and trans- wheels….Floors are all fabricated, no rust in floors but car does have patina, mostly all original paint and primer. Rear qtrs. have been radiused and hammer welded. Car is really a fun car to drive, thumbs up everywhere and not a belly button car at car shows. Don’t need to sell, don’t need help selling. Not interested in any trades . No picture hunters either…I just do not drive it very often and have too many cars”
Has plenty of updates.
“Henry J bodywork, Studebaker nose, and Corvette firepower. Spectacular paint and bodywork, leather interior, A/C, power windows, stereo, Corvette V8 with 6-speed manual. Over-the-top build that definitely gets attention!
On a car as modified as this one, it’s hard to know where to start. It began life as a humble 1951 Kaiser Henry J, a low-priced car that had big car style and a ton of personality. From the windshield back, it’s Henry J—mostly. The character lines on the fenders were added, giving the car a totally unique look that seems very OEM. Obviously a lot of the brightwork was shaved, including the door and trunk handles, and those are 1950 Pontiac taillights out back, now filled with LED bulbs.
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I wonder how well that tranny & OD would work on my DJ-3A. Hmmm. Possible future project.
“Supersonic 4L 134 Engine is complete as removed,turns and has compression, has bell housing and clutch, T 96-1B transmission with overdrive. Engine stand goes with”
Very much a project.
“1951 HENRY J on S10 Chassis. All glass perfect, body solid with some minor rust at rockers and below trunk.V6 motor NG, Transmission fine. Clean NJ Title for Henry J.”
Runs, but needs some work.
“1951 Henry J Kaiser
Good Solid Car
4 Cylinder 3 speed
Needs brake work/Has No brakes