Pro Mod Outlaw Body
Big Block Chevy
Aluminum Brodix Heads
Eagle Rotating Assembly
9 Inch Ford Rear 4:11 Gear
Turbo 400 with Stall
Looking for possible trade for early model Camaro
Driven of Street Only…..NEVER RACED”
“Take a look at this absolutely gorgeous California Built 1941 Willys!
Based on a fiberglass body from Americar, No expense was spared on this high quality professional build. It is full of amazing details, top-shelf parts, and careful workmanship. Features top-of-the-line Dennis Taylor body with perfect fit and finish on Pro Street chassis.. Big Block Crate 572 CI Engine pushing 600 Rear Wheel HP! 850 pounds of Torque! Backed up by Custom built Turbo 400 transmission. Gear Vendor over-drive and Fab 9 rear-end with 4:11.
“New 41 willys coupe,Street Beast Manufactured 1995, fiberglass car. Things that have been done, frame painted black, filled welds. Doors are preped with electric Windows, hood mounted with latch,fuel tank mounted, head and tail lights cut out, body undercoated, and more. Set up for rack and pinion front 4 link rear. 15000 less motor and trans. I have glass, rubber, grill,tear drop tail lights and more. Grey upolstery.”
“One off 1919 Willys Knight rat rod roadster pickup
New built 400 ford motor, 400hp with c4 transmission.
Rare Willys Knight body (1/2 of a 4 door touring car) on a z’d and boxed frame with model A pickup front & bobbed bed, running gear from a Lincoln town car.
Fast and fun, turns heads wherever you go.
Be prepared for people to stop you and ask about this car everytime you take it out.
Bagged in the back so you can lay it down in the grass at car shows.
New hot rod black paint w/purple inlay last year.
extra set of radials and spacers. (Baby Moons)
clean street rod.”
“I got this as part of a package deal, but don’t have time or space to give it the attention it deserves. Currently in metro-Detroit, car has spent it’s entire life in California. Was in storage since 1982. Has CA paperwork.
If you’re not familiar with these cars, they were built in Toledo by Willys Motors, of Jeep notoriety from 1952-1955. This is the last model year, with restyled grille, side trim and taillights. These are uni-body cars. This has the larger 226 ci I-6 and a T-96 OD trans. The engine is common with many of the Jeep trucks and wagons, so replacement parts are available. The tooling to make this car was shipped to Brazil and production of this same model was resumed in the early 60’s. Soft parts like weatherstripping, floor mats and light lenses for this car are available out of Brazil.
Car runs and yard drives. Runs off a motorcycle gas tank and battery which are not included with the sale. No brakes. Tires hold air but are not usable. Car is solid, save for typical rust spots on the front of hood, inner lip of trunk lid, battery tray and front floors. Tried to show these areas in the photos. Odometer shows 44k.
Interior is complete minus headliner and visors, but the seats are chewed up.I pulled off the old aftermarket seat covers so you can see what’s there. Has E-Z-Eye tinted windshield. Many pictures and videos available upon request.”
“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 hinged. Steering column installed and functional (car steers). Tubbed with 9” posi narrowed. Driveshaft built.
All new professionally built square tube chassis (not painted or powder coated yet). Set up for Chevy power w/th 400. 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. Continue reading “1941 Willys Coupe Knox, IN $20,000”
“This is an all original vehicle as far as I know, and it is the only year the aero wing was made. The vehicle runs good with original engine and transmission; both work properly. Brakes have been rebuilt with new shoes and cylinders. Restoration was started but not completed. Some body was work done (front fenders), the seats and interior are in good shape for a ’52 car. It has a small dent in the left panel behind door and rust in left rear by trunk lid. Glass is all intact, and I have most of the parts to put it back together.”
“1933 MODEL 77 COUPE FIBERGLASS BODY IN EXCELLENT CONDITION
400 CU. INCH SMALL BLOCK CHEVY WITH BDS 671 BLOWER AND 2 EDELBROCK 4’S
700R4 AUTO TRANS
DANA 60 POSI REAR WITH LADDER BAR SUSPENSION AND COIL OVER
SHOCKS, 31X16.5 REAR MICKEY THOMPSON REAR TIRES FRAME IS POWDER COATED AND LOOKS LIKE IT WAS DONE YESTERDAY. POWER WINDOWS, POWER TRUNK OPENER, POWER DISC. THE FRONT SUSPENSION IS ALDIN COILOVER WITH GM DISC BRAKES”