“Gibbons fiberglass body. Willys Unlimited boxed reproduction steel frame. Roll cage and frame reinforcement by Jeff Johnson. Certified to 7 seconds.
9″ Ford rear end with Strange axles. Willwood disc brakes front and rear.
Blown alcohol early Chrysler Hemi. 417 Donovan block, 398 ci.
Bryant crankshaft, boxed aluminum rods, Hotheads aluminum heads, porting and polished by Alan Johnson. Hotheads intake manifold with Littlefield 6-71 supercharge. Hilborn 4-hole fuel injection with 8 injectors and 8 in-port injectors by Gene Adams.
Mallory magneto. BTE Powerglide transmission. Halibrand-style wheels with 17″ slicks on rear.
This car was scratch-built by award-winning car builder Randy Sacksteder specifically for Nostalgia Pro Comp Racing. Randy painted the car himself and has won awards in every show it was in including: Best Paint, Best in Class and Best in Show.
The car is in pristine condition and appears to never have been raced. The car was extensively campaigned running consistent 8.50s but has run 8.30s. No expense was spared in building and maintaning this car.”
“You have just stumbled across one of the coolest street rods on the road. This one off car was commissioned by Custom Ohio Willy’s Works and was hand built to be the only 1933 Willys Roadster with a rumble seat out there. The car is incredibly unique and just has a great look. One look at the car in person and you will forget all those other 32 Fords you have seen in the past. If you want to stand out from the crowd this is definitely the car to take you there. We can guarantee you will never pull up to a car show and see another one quite like it.
This is one of those cars where everything was well thought out and planned which is very evident when checking it out. Every part on the car was custom built to enhance the overall theme. The body is in excellent condition and painted in a beautiful Black paint with a Red accent along the body lines down each side of the car. The front 33 Willys grill has a beautiful shine and the whole front end look with the fenders and hood give the car a striking appearance. The side panels were made to be removable for that old school hot rod look and they have 4 custom slits in each which accentuate the swooping of the fenders and body. The deck lid and doors all are shaved so it has a really clean look with no major hardware in place besides the side mirrors, 33 Willys headlights, and chrome tail lights.
Continue reading “1933 Willys Roadster Arlington, TX $43,500”
“PRICE LOWERED 4/3/18………… GREAT CAR FOR A VERY GOOD PRICE: Nostalgia 1941 Willys Gasser…. true to the era. Absolutely the best 41 on the market today. Pay close attention to all the photographs…the devil is in the details. This beauty has been created by “detail extremists”. Simply the best of the best:
High performance 355 cu in 400hp Chevrolet custom built motor. TRW pistons w/10 to 1 Compression.
CRANE roller rockers, hydraulic cam and lifters. Mallory ignition and ACCEL Supercoil. Automatic Transmission with 3,000 rpm Stall Converter. Aluminum waterpump w/Mr.Gasket electric fan mounted to a BE COOL radiator.
Continue reading “1941 Willys Coupe Clarkston, MI $55,500”
UPDATE: Still Available.
(03/05/2018) Looks nice.
“1953 Willys Aero Eagle
161 straight 6
Three on tree
All stock except shaved door handles and 4″ blocks in rear”
UPDATE: Still Available.
(03/13/2018) Good projects, but a long way from the US.
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“2 x 1939 Willys sedans one has been completely sandblasted including chassis and put in primer.
The other one has very little rust and still has original paint,both have all the body panels, numerous new spares.The one that is in red primer has the normal Holden headlights and the green one has the American heart shape style headlights.
They are both r/h drive the one that has been sandblasted and on it’s original chassis is pritty rusty, this one has the round headlight same as a 38 but ours where built here by Holden, this car is complete i bought it as a complete car but after sandblasting it and seeing how much time it would take me to restore i didn”t go any further other than start on the boot floor. Continue reading “2 1939 Sedan Projects Australia”
“1929 Willys Wippet for sale,, totally rebuilt and all original,, pics are worth a thousand words,, asking $40,000 or best offer!! call or text show contact info
, I’m selling it for a friend ,, car is located in Hearst Ontario Canada!!”
“1933 Willys, Completely rebuilt, original VIN number plated
1400 Original Miles
Engine: GM Crate 350 C.I. 300 H.P.
Edelbrock Performer Manifold.
Edelbrock 1406 Carburetor 600 CFM.
Billet Sanden AC Compressor.
Billet Serpentine Pulleys.
Billet Ball Mild Valve Covers.
Billet Ball Mild Oval Air Cleaner.
Stainless Steel Exhaust.
Transmission: Polished B & M 350 Turbo.
Body: Shaved Door Handles with Remote. Electric Trunk.
Flush Mounted Tail Lights & 3rd Brake Light. Flush Front Running Lights &Turn Signals. Continue reading “1933 Willys Coupe Chicago, IL $42,000”
It’s very much a project.
“fiberglass kit project car. 60% finished. lots of parts go with for finishing. LS1 engine and trans. Good fab skills recommended to be able to finish. S10 front clip, fabricated 4 link rear suspension”
“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”
Buyer must pick up.
“Set of 4. 17″ wire wheels with tires from Willys. Early 1920’s. Fair Condition, Rusty. Tires hold air but are very old and are different styles.”
Solid floors, rockers, unibody. Selling for client. Can build to suit. Duke’s Hot Rods Tucson.”
“I am selling my Altered bantam that was built in the mid 60s. It has a double tube frame, 112″ wheelbase, it was NHRA certified up until 2000, it’ll need a couple things to tech in to current NHRA regulations. It has a Dana 60, chrome tube axle and hairpins, 18″ magnesium Americans, 15×10 American rears, 327auto, runs strong but just set up to play with at Nostalgia drags. Full belly pan and inner sheet metal with an aluminum fire wall. This is a very period car.”
UPDATE **Status Unknown** Was $16,500
“1941 willys ,on a art Morrison prostreet chassis, beautiful body well built doors hung and latched .
Hood and trunk hung .
I nfrr hood has smooth inner panel .
Power windows installed, comes with 4 wheel disc brakes
Brake pedal ,booster mastercylinder
Rack n pinion steering
Willys replacement parts grill and headlights
Chrome tilt column
Full length console
Narrow nine inch rear end
Qa1 coil overs at all four corners .
Black powder coated 15 gallon fuel cell
50 pontiac tail lights .
This is a must see ,interior comes with fiberglass head liner panels and upholstery panel behind seat area
Car also comes with mso to register in your state .
Car has used wheels and tires to roll on
Rear wheel tubs can accommodate up to 15
Inch wide tires .”
Could use a bath. Doesn’t start at the moment.
“1929 Nash Standard Six, Barn find! Complete and 100% original car in great shape with no rust. As the saying goes: they’re only original once. Great patina! Get it running again and drive it the way it is. Wood is in very good condition and solid. Normal small dents, dings and scratches for an original unrestored car of this age. All original paint except for small touchup at stress crack along outside edge of passenger front fender rewelded years ago (absolutely no bondo).
Continue reading “1929 Nash Standard Six Tuson, AZ $9000”
UPDATE: Status Unknown. Was $65,000.
Those are some complex flames.
“PRO STREET DRAG CAR, CAGED, WHEELY BARS, SUICIDE DOORS, NEW MOTOR. PLEASE ALL WITH ANY QUESTIONS”