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1941 Willys Coupe Los Angeles, CA $76900

UPDATE: Still Available.

“Exterior Color: Red/Black Custom 2 Tone
Interior: Red Leather
Engine: 502 Big Block with Blower
Transmission: Turbo 400 Automatic with Gear Vendor Overdrive
Miles: 1723

This 1941 Willys Coupe began with an Outlaw Reproduction fiberglass body and an Outlaw, fully boxed, tubular chassis. Only the best of the best components were used in building this street rod. The power comes from a Chevrolet 502 HO crate motor. It is topped with a polished aluminum 6.71 blower from The Blower Shop, with dual Demon 750 cfm carbs. An electronic ignition provides the spark. An aluminum radiator with dual electric puller fans keep the engine cool. The exhaust exits through Sanderson long tube headers that feed into a 3” ceramic coated stainless steel exhaust with Flowmaster mufflers.The engine compartment is a show piece with custom painted valve covers, a polished alternator, polished a/c compressor and Billet accessories.
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1948 Vauxhall 12 Newberg, OR $6800

UPDATE: Still Available.

“Extremely rare 48 Vauxhall from New Zealand (Vauxhall is a GM brand). Called a “12” because it originally had only 12 hp!

This is a small car. Looks like a mini 38 Chevrolet. Similar to Ford’s version: the Anglia.

Runs strong, Very Dependable

*4 door sedan with suicide doors.
*Right hand drive
*Factory sliding sunroof

Remarkably solid body. Doors close nice, window cranks work as designed, nice seats and door panels. Original steering wheel and unique turn signal switch.


*Totally disassembled and underside sandblasted, coated with POR 15
*Buick 3.8 V6
*Turbo 350 automatic with Lokar shifter
*S-10 rear end
*Straight axle and steering box from 68 Chev van.
*New wiring
*Chev rally wheels
*New brakes all around
*New fabric sliding sunroof
*New carb

To Do:
*Needs front shocks
*Wiper motor and heater core purchased but not installed
*Needs headliner

Unique and extremely rare hot rod. (Just try to find another for sale anywhere in the U.S.!)

Ready to drive and enjoy.

Asking $6,850. Much more invested.”

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1951 HenryJ Truckee, CA $5500


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. ”

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1929 Willys Whippet 439 Beaverton, MI eBay


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“What we have here for your review is a 1929 Willys-Overland Whippet. This Gem has been sitting stored inside for the last 30-40 years! My family purchased this from a gentleman who drove this car but then disassembled it with the intentions of a full restoration. It has been sitting waiting for you!

Although mostly disassembled, it is still in pristine condition for being 89 years old! Add this beauty to your collection and have a piece of the Roaring 20’s!

Comes with a title!

As is condition, some parts missing, only able to find one of the rear fenders, steering column missing, left running board missing, possible other parts as well, but a good start towards your restoration.”

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1916 Willys Overland Roadster Fort Worth, TX $13,500

CATEGORY: Willys-Overland

Looks fun.

“1916 Willys Overland Roadster, newly restored, runs great , new fuel tires. Will only see this car in Museums like this one .Roadster models very rare. Has been garage stored since 1977 and just brought for one time sell or going to next Mecum auction.”

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1927 Willys Knight 70 Ottawa, OH $19,500

CATEGORY: Willys-Knight

Looks in good shape.

“RARE, Toledo manufactured, 1927 Willys Knight 70. All original interior, new exterior window visor, newer paint job, has a buckle in the metal near the front axle which has some missing paint, hole in leather roof, excellent condition for its age. Stored in heated garage. 25,425 miles, runs good. Optional car hauler available for purchase. $19,500”

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1941 Willys Overland Coupe Manchester, MI No Price

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“Pm via Facebook for more info and price. This car was built in 1968 and has not been altered since it’s last race in 1972. Car runs and is in immaculate condition. Paint is unbelievable for being almost 50 years old. This is a rare opportunity to own a 100% unrestored steel body willys coupe gasser! Car has been preserved with the utmost of care and has always been stored in a climate controlled setting. Museum quality and has been featured in gasser wars magazine.”

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1954 Willys Aero Lark Dallas, TX $4500

CATEGORY: Willys-Aero

Doesn’t run.

“This is a 1954 willys aerolark , all original parts matching car..a good barn find and I dont have time or money to restore it right now so I am selling to someone who will do so. Motor turns over but not getting spark , I have a distributor rebuild kit i have not used yet. Has new spark plugs wires and coil. A little rough around the edges but a beauty non the less. Very rare car only 2,586 total made this year. Get a piece of history before its gone”

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1928 Willys Whippet Sacramento, CA $9000


Big project.

“1928 Willys Whippet Sedan (Model SED 96)
Two engines (neither currently operational)
Original Glass
Original seats (no upholstery)
Original wheels.
Original paint.

This fine old overland is just waiting for a good home and someone with the skill and vision to bring her back to life.
Part of an estate sale, this project comes with two engines, glass, and a number of spare parts.

Asking $9k.
Central California, pick up only (bring a trailer or a hauler).
All questions welcome!”

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1926 Willys Knight (and other autos) Ashburn, VA

CATEGORY: Willys-Knight

UPDATE: Still Available.

(03/09/2018) Seller has several vehicles for sale.

“26 Willys Knight touring Sedan $20,000
32 Essex Terraplane $20,000
32 Ford Roadster $17,500
35 Ford Rat Rod $12,500
27 Chrysler Roadster $28,500
31 Ford Phaeton Replica(Glassic) 302 V8 $22,500
Matching Trailer $ 1,500
31 Ford Phaeton Replica(Glassic) 4cyl. $7,500
48 Pontiac 4dr $1,500 50 Studebaker Conv. with parts car $3,500
71 Camaro Z-28 ($120,000 build) $65,000
60 Pontiac Catalina Conv. $16,000
1903 Olds 4 Seat Replica $10,000 Creightors Popcorn Wagon $25,000
1953 Packard Go-Cart $1,500”

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1930 Austin Saloon Coupe St. Louis, MO $48,500

Cool little vehicle.

“It can be said that the Austin 7 was Britain’s equivalent of the Ford Model T. Of course the little 7 came along a bit later than the Ford in 1922 to be exact but nonetheless it put Britain on wheels like no other motorcar before it. In essence the 7 replaced virtually all other competitors offering compacts and cyclecars.

The 7 was tiny at just 6 foot 3 inch in wheelbase 40 inches wide and weighing in at a paltry 794 pounds. Comparatively it was about half the size of a model T but it was perfectly suited for navigating the city streets and narrow country lanes of the British Isles. Sir Herbert Austin performed much of the design work himself and patented many of the designs he used in the car. The engine was a 696 cc side-valve unit with detachable head cast cylinder block and alloy crankcase. The plucky little unit was rated at 7.2 horsepower giving the Austin plenty of power considering the light weight. Continue reading “1930 Austin Saloon Coupe St. Louis, MO $48,500”

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1941 Willys Coupe San Jose, CA $32,000

Runs and drives.

“1941 Willys steel body fiberglass trunk lid 327 powerglide runs drives and stops great. Currently registered with a clean California title registered as a 1937. I purchased it as an unfinished project with a sedan back glass. I’ve had it for seven years and have ran it down the Eagle feel dragstrip a few times . If you need to see more pictures come take a look at the car . Still on its original unmodified Willys frame.”


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1947 Austin A40 Mesa, AZ $41,995

A lot of engine for a little vehicle.

“This one is just too much fun to pass up. It only takes a quick glance to know this 1947 Austin A40 is not just some classic British economy car. The bold paint and hood scoop are just a hint at the beastly V8 power that lies underneath. This is the full custom build for someone who knows really cool things come in small packages.

The Austin A40 might have helped put England on wheels, but it’s a rare sight over here today. In fact, many British car fans might be keen on seeing an A40 at their favorite car show. But don’t let them get too close, or else this wild child might make them spill their Sleepy Time tea. After all, the yellow on this one is more vivid than a sunrise on the Thames, and the custom pinstriping is bolder than anything on the Union Jack. You’ll love the extra attention and investment that was given to the details like the single-piece steel front end that now incorporated the bumper and frenched the headlights. Along the sides, the shaved door handles give this a sleek look. Plus, those iconic and bright Cragar SS wheels cannot hide even when masked by the rounded fenders. It all ends with some thoughtful details like the color-matched bumper, more pinstriping, and even an integrated third brake light.

The best British sport coats are made from tweed, so it seems fitting to use that for the interior. There are enjoyable features like bucket seats, power windows, and an AM/FM/cassette stereo. The details are nice with Austin’s flying ”A” logo used for the door pulls. And we love how that is also embossed into the door of the fully finished trunk (now mostly used to hold the battery box.) But as nice as this one is finished, you’re really most concerned about the performance pieces – after all, that’s why the full VDO gauge panel takes up the whole dash. Plus, the grippy sports steering wheel on a tilt column and a Hurst Pro-Matic 2 shifter are the right performance tools to get the job done.

The interior and exterior already tell you one thing – this custom is all about the engine. While everyone sees that tall air grabber poking out of the hood, that’s just the tip of the performance iceberg. You can tilt the whole front section forward to reveal plenty of shining aluminum that’s equal parts flair and function. This is a 355 cubic-inch V8 that’s been balanced and blueprinted for performance. Plus, it has go-fast goodies like a Holley four-barrel carburetor, Ron Davis Aluminum radiator w/electric fan, Mallory distributor, and Pro Car long tube headers that feed straight out into the rumbling dual exhaust. Making sure all this power gets to the road is a stout TH400 three-speed automatic transmission that feeds a Ford nine-inch rear end. Plus, you have a wide set of classic Pro-Trac tires on the rear. The front suspension is a beefed-up ladder bar setup with front discs, and the rear has adjustable coilovers. So this is an all-around performance build.

Here’s proof that good things come in small packages. It’s a one-of-a-kind that won’t disappoint with the big power and the crowds it attracts in public. Call today!!!”