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1933 Willys Coupe Frederick, MD $27,500

Seller notes that this will hold NO luggage.


“1933 Willys coupe. Fiberglass body, tube chassis. Built by Heritage Fiberglass in Il. (No longer in business). This is an older build I believe to be a retired drag car. Solid axle front with coilover shocks. 9 inch ford rear with coilovers. 383 big block Chrysler motor, 727 3 speed auto. New Mancini racing water pump housing and water pump. New alternator, new steering rack and tie rod ends. New MagnaFlow mufflers and side pipes.

New windshield, New fuel pump 2 years ago. (replaced coming back from Ocean City Maryland). Hoosier 31 x 18.50R 15 rear, new Hoosier 25 x 7.50R15 front tires. Drum brakes all around. I was going to change to disc but this car stops so well I decided against it. The color is Coral blue, presentable, but with blemishes.

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1933 Willys Coupe Toms River, NJ $65,000

This one has some race history.


“1933 Willys steel bodied gasser coupe,w/east coast race history in A/G and B/G. Chuck Ivans’ “Crazy 8″ Willys..Still wearing its original orange paint with flames..Steel body and doors,glass nose and rear fenders,350 SBC,with tunnel ram and twin holleys,vertex mag with tach drive,th350,Willys frame,early Olds rear with 3.91’s and detroit locker,Ladder bars and coil overs,Straight axle front with disc brakes,runs and drives great.clear title.65k .located in NJ”


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1941 Willys coupe Sebastopol, CA $69,500

Build has been documented on video.


“’41 Willys coupe, professionally built for television special . Street beast body , built 350 , turbo 350 trans ,9″ ford coil overs
4 bar rear . Air, heat ,power windows, power doors and trunk.Spectacular flames over black ,grey cloth interior as new.
Detailed documentation with video of TV build . No disappointments! $69,500 OBO .”

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1935 Willys 77 Sedan Ontario, Canada $65,000

Body is steel.


“All Original Steel 35 Willys Delivery (except glass rear fenders and repro. steel running boards)
Very good steel example, never a rusted out pile in a barn yard.

Purchased this truck in 1977 with an ownership last plated in 1947. This car was only originally on the road for 12 years before I found it (1935-1947).

Sits on a new SQ Tube Frame, coil over, 9″, 4 link, parallel leaf drop tube front axle.

Nasty little 355 CI S.B.C., 700 R4
Phone for more info or to arrange viewing.
Located in Ontario Canada, 1 hr east of Toronto.”

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1941 Willys Coupe Tucson, AZ $72,000

This has some complex flame designs.


“Will Be At Midnight At The Oasis in Yuma this Weekend.
41 Willys Coupe- Big Block, Tubbed, Air Conditioning, and Beautiful Paint!
• Dennis Taylor Reproduction Fiberglass Body.
• 466 CID. Full Roller Big Block Chevy Engine. 600 Horsepower.
• Edelbrock Aluminum Heads and 1.7 Roller Rockers
• 700R Automatic Transmission.
• 900 Demon 4BBL Carburetor.
• Polished Aluminum Intake Scoop.
• Custom Aluminum Valve Covers.
• Electronic Ignition.
• Billet Accessories.
• Polished Aluminum Alternator.
• Polished Aluminum A/C Compressor. Continue reading “1941 Willys Coupe Tucson, AZ $72,000”

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1941 Willys Drag Car Illinois $70,000

CATEGORY: Hotrod-Gasser

Engine has not been installed yet.


“1941 WILLY’S
2 – 3 TRANS
EST IN TO CAR $100,000.00 OR MORE
E.T 7.50 AT 200 MPH
E.T 7.90 AT 193 MPH


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1936 Willys Sedan Delivery Watsonville, CA $16,000

CATEGORY: Willys-Overland

All Steel.


“NO Fiberglass or wood in this car. All wood replaced with steel panels and channels.
All steel body, all steel fenders, all steel doors, running boards and splash aprons,hood side panels and grill frame.
Roof filled in with one piece steel. Body work about 75% done.
Straight axle with leaf springs and rack & pinon steering in front. Narrowed 9″ in rear with axles, no third member
and no springs. NEW Custom rectangle tube, frame no engine mounts. No cutting, welding or hacking done on the frame.
Ready for your engine and trans. Might consider partial trade ( model A).”

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1940 Willys Drag Truck Central Oregon $15,000

It runs on the drag strip.


“1940 Willys pickup, original cab & doors, setup for drag racing, I do have DMV Ca. paper work for a title, 9″, 109″ wheelbase.
NEW PARTS: steel repo bed, f/g rear fenders, 4 piece f/g front fenders & hood, crossflow aluminum radiator, nodular third member, rear disc brakes, steering column, seats, 10 gal. aluminum fuel cell, fuel pump, filters, lines, Bosch tach, driveshaft, master cylinder, American mags front wheels with M/T sportsman tires, 15″x14″ steel wheels with 14″x31″ Hossier slicks, etc.
The pickup has 6 runs on it ran Pro non electronics with a mild SBC 383″ & powerglide, $15,000 less M/T or $18,000 turnkey.
I found a car that I really want if it sells, I will remove this ad. Only trade would be 66-67 or 70 coupe or el camino Chevelle, 66-67 Nova, 67-69 Camaro, I do not want a finished car”


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1937 American Bantam Speedster Alpharetta, GA $28,595

CATEGORY: American Bantam

Another fun Bantam.


“For sale in our Atlanta showroom is a 1937 Austin Boattail Speedster Prototype. Founded by Herbert Austin in 1905 the Austin Motor Company would create models that would influence large automotive manufacturers for years to come. During the great depression many auto makers restructured including Austin Motor Company.

A year before reorganizing and becoming American Bantam Austin would produce one its most rare and highly desirable prototypes ever the Austin Boat Tail Speedster. With only six ever produced this 1937 Austin Boat Tail Prototype for sale doesnt get much rarer. Continue reading “1937 American Bantam Speedster Alpharetta, GA $28,595”

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1939 American Bantam Model 60 Florida Auction

CATEGORY: American Bantam

Looks fun. Auction is March 9-10, 2018.


“1939 American Bantam Speedster featured in a dashing two-tone Maroon and Silver combination with a Duesenberg-like sweep panel on each side, the car looks every bit like a diminutive American classic. The interior is matching Maroon with contrasting grey piping and grey carpets.

According to the AACA Museum, the American Bantam motorcars were manufactured in Butler, PA, from 1938 to 1940. They were a descendant of the American Austin, manufactured at the same location from 1930 through 1933. American Austin filed for bankruptcy and was later purchased and re-opened under the name American Bantam, by Roy S. Evans. Continue reading “1939 American Bantam Model 60 Florida Auction”