Bill spotted this one.
“This was my grandfather’s car and he passed away. I don’t know much about it, just cleaning up his property and need it gone. It’s probably good for parts but I do have a title in his name and a copy of death certificate to sell it. You need to haul it out of here.”
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”
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”
Needs a little spit and polish.
“Original 40 willys truck. Plenty of rust but all steel and original.”
The rust doesn’t look too bad.
“Super Rare car haven’t been able to find another one like it. Make offer not sure what’s it worth but no low ballers I do not have to sell it.”
It’s a project.
“For sale or trade for 1930-34 traditional Hot Rod Ford Roadster, 1937 Chevy Coupe, 49-50 Ford convertible, or 57 Ford Country Sedan Wagon. Can add kool man cave stuff to make a deal.
270 cubic inch REDRAM Hemi with 64-5 B body 833 4-speed trans with aluminum adapter plate.
Steel body with glass fenders. All body work and fabrication done by journeyman metal artist.
Just a hobby frame with Mustang II tubular A-arms. 11 inch Ford brakes. Flaming River manual rack.
Beautiful after market sheet metal floors and trunk, with perfect original deck lid and doors.
Continue reading “1940 Willys Americar Portland, OR $19950”
“Original factory 1937 – 1941 glass Willys coupe or sedan tail light lenses .”
Pics are rather small.
“New never mounted Willy’s rear fenders. Fit 38-42 coupes and sedans. Gasser cut opening.”
Seller has other parts and cars.
“Selling a builder steel 1941 willys sedan.selling minus nose and dash cluster gauge,the cars complete and may run.parts car or nice builder is what your buying at only $12.500 ”
Steel body with fiberglass nose.
“Selling a builder steel 1940 willys sedan.selling as shown with glass kellison nose and glass rear fenders.cars is complete minus engine.comes with a bill of sale this is a nice southern body.parts car or nice builder is what your buying at only $5.500 setting on an s 10 chassis.”
“Nice car Has juice brakes, wide tires, heater, overdrive and rumble seat.. Would trade for a Jeep fc150 or something else cool like a Cobra kit car. Please no scammers, so tired of you.”
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”
Seller got it to run for a moment.
“I have momentarily ran this engine. First year 1937 Willys passenger car engine and bellhousing/flywheel. #37-29216. Someone had transplanted this engine to an old welder/generator unit, it was belted not directly driven. Cart not included. Crankshaft pulley does have a chip, shown. Cash only in person. No text, no emails,”
These should interest someone.
“One is non molested original including drivetrain,the other was a father son project that stalled,clean title on one,prefer cash but might trade for the right item cool car guy stuff only”
Nice looking rig.
“1940 Willys Streetrod Pickup. One of a kind, high quality, custom hotrod. No money was spared on this build as you can see in the pictures. Can be driven anywhere. See below for details on this pro street showstopper! NO Trades. Serious inquiries only, please. I do not need help selling this vehicle. Phone calls only. 615-four-zero-five-6012. Title in hand must come to me. Thank you for looking.
Continue reading “1940 Willys Truck Hendersonville, TN $60,000”
Has plenty of updates.
“Henry J bodywork, Studebaker nose, and Corvette firepower. Spectacular paint and bodywork, leather interior, A/C, power windows, stereo, Corvette V8 with 6-speed manual. Over-the-top build that definitely gets attention!
On a car as modified as this one, it’s hard to know where to start. It began life as a humble 1951 Kaiser Henry J, a low-priced car that had big car style and a ton of personality. From the windshield back, it’s Henry J—mostly. The character lines on the fenders were added, giving the car a totally unique look that seems very OEM. Obviously a lot of the brightwork was shaved, including the door and trunk handles, and those are 1950 Pontiac taillights out back, now filled with LED bulbs.
Continue reading “1951 Kaiser Henry J Cleveland, OH $69,900”
Looks like a gasser project.
“9 inch rear end, ladder bars, steering is there, straight axle front, headlight buckets, door hinges, grill, seats, wilwood frint brakes, 2×3 frame Bought it as a project and just don’t have the time to finish it, was going to make it into a street rod Asking 13k obo”
Does not run at this time.
“The car has been stripped down for paint. And the head has been removed from the engine. Needs full restoration. Give me a call if interested. NO TEXT PLEASE.”
These sure are unique cars.
“1954 Kaiser Darrin Sport Car, Very good to excellent condition. Needs horn button, RPM gauge not working,, spline for wiper blade needed. Top and carpets like new. Engine runs good. Car in family since 1957. It has 61,130 miles. 161 cu. in. engine, 90 bhp., 3 speed tran. with overdrive.”