Seller provides a very thorough description.
“Tidy older restoration ready to drive and enjoy. Fresh tune up, new battery, rebuilt carburetor. Fun, economical, and suddenly very popular mirco-car that looks great and is a lot of fun to drive.
Bulletproof reliable with charming good looks and reasonable space inside make a Bantam a great choice for the first-timer or experienced hobbyist. One of the first economy cars, it doesn’t look or feel cheap, and thanks to a design by noted stylist Alexis Alexis de Sakhnoffsky it has great proportions that neatly disguise its small footprint.
Continue reading “1933 American Austin Bantam Cleveland, OH $19,900”
UPDATE: Still Available.
“pretty rare car these days, this 1928 whippet was restored over 30 years ago and then garaged, can smell the old fuel, but after putting some fresh fuel and a battery it fires up and idles good, all electrical work, lights work, horn works, gauges work, even the interior light works, interior was restored, roof restored, body is good, all wood is good, wheels are like new. at this point the clutch is not engaging properly, had it running and in gear driving around the yard but pushing the clutch does not disengage at times, seems to be an adjustment somewhere i’m not familiar with,,if you are knowledgeable about 1920s cars, i’m sure its an easy fix..i tinker around with it every couple of days,,. waiting on a title, will take some time to get back due to the previous owner being deceased but it was applied for…nice old collectible car, model A fords are everywhere but this is a unique willys, ASKING $15,000 or make an offer on it.. reasonable offer !. if i figure out the issue with the clutch, well, the price will likely stay firm !! located in philadelphia pa 19111,,ps::: also have a custom built cycle for sale,,,ask for info and photos if interested.”
Work in progress.
“41 willys coupe fiberglass, pro street, suicide doors with power windows. Custom chassis, rack and pinion, new wheels and tires. Have headlights and buckets, grille, wiring harness steering column, brake booster and brakes installed along with brake lines already run. Body work almost ready for primer, very straight ! Medal and wood reinforced body”
UPDATE: Still Available.
(02/17/2018) No powertrain.
“52 Willy’s Coupe. No engine, transmission, or title. As you can see both front and rear spring frames are intact.”
No pics provided.
“Not yet completely assembled but body is currently mounted to the frame. Body is in the original black/chop/gel coat it came in when Heritage built it. Suicide doors mounted and glass/ regulators installed. Flip nose. Steering column installed and functional. Tubbed with 9″ posi narrowed. All new professionally built square tube chassis (not painted or powder coated yet). Ladder bar rear ford front w/manual rack and pinion. Chevy bolt pattern. New 12 circuit harness not wired yet.
37 Ford headlights (new) with built in turn signals. LED tail lights. Comes with glass. No interior aside from seats. Mooneye’s gauge set. New Hurst shifter. New Hedman headers. Big radiator. Fresh high performance 454 every part new, complete tunnel ram, new converter and fresh TH 400. $20000. Just need room. Not desperate. Not one stupid question will be answered. No picture collectors. Not crazy about trades but might consider 30/40’s Chevy pickup, 55 or 57 Belair, 66 Chevelle, 67-9 Camaro, ws6 TA 98 up or SS Camaro.”
Three fenders total.
“A pair of 1937-1938 Willys front inner fender wells. One left and Right plus an additional one. Required to mount stock front sheet metal on any 1937-1938 Willys couple, Sedan or Pickup. $225.00”
Seller has some additional parts.
“Selling a builder steel 1940 willys sedan.selling minus nose and minus rear fenders.i have a set of rear fenders in fiberglass to go with it and i have a hard to find 1967 produced cal auto glass 4 piece nose that goes with it.cars is complete minus front axle and engine.comes with a bill of sale this is a nice texas body”
Looks like a kick to drive.
“On the date appraised, this 1915 Overland Model 81 Left Hand Drive Speedster, represented a very good example of this true Brass Era American Automobile.
As noted in the digital pictures, this 100 year old speedster has been restored back to a near perfect, factory condition. However, paint is not an original factory color.
The serial number indicates it is a model 81, with the original 106” wheelbase which matches the production information. These cars were introduced in 1914, but it cannot be determined how many were produced. At production this car weighed 2901 lbs. It is a two seater somewhat modeled after the Mercer cars of the day. The round wind screen, or Monocle, provided some protection for the driver, but left the passenger to fend for themselves. This car is very rare.
The engine is rated at 42 hp but was 30 hp more than the base 12 hp of the era so it has a taxable 30 hp which is how licensing fees were determined in this era. Max speed was estimated at 60 mph as any faster was theorized to evaporate the occupants.”
Maybe someone needs this?
“1933-34 Willys fiberglass tilt front end, brand new, never installed. No holes, no cracks. Sold new for $1,250, buy here for $900! Make your rat rod unique!”
Willys Online is live again, with a new look. This is just the barebones setup at the moment, but as time permits over the next couple of weeks the site will grow. More on that later …
Sounds like seller must sell.
“Barn fine been in storage for over 40 years. Complete body, fenders, hood, frame, suspension, drivetrain, radiator suicide rear doors wood spoke wheels someone was restoring this but got sick. Great to finish restoring or hot, rat rod. No rust. No title.”