It was built from Model 4A coupe, but shouldn’t a coupe have a top?
“Custom built street rod. Willys Overland. 2 door coupe in mint condition. Royal blue exterior, ivory interior, Model 4A, 350 Chevy motor/60 over plus, 700R auto 4 speed transmission, 411 8″ Ford rear positive traction, roll bar, stainless steel firewall, heater, dual chrome exhausts with glass pack mufflers, clear title, inspected, *original fenders available.”
UPDATE: **SOLD** Was $7500.
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“I HAVE 2 1928 WILLYS WHIPPETS FOR SALE WITH GLASS. BODY PARTS AND MOTOR AND TRANSMISSION. .Enough parts to build”
Not sure what all this is worth.
“1941 Willys Coupe. Complete set of body molds and the chassis jig. I also have some template parts to duplicate. Firewall metal frame door hinges and frames. Motor and trans mount templates. $20,000 for everything.”
This is a hardtop for an M38A1, you can see how the front edge of the doors (by the window) angle to match the slope of the windshield. While the top and side panels are formed from Testing text https://eastidaho.craigslist.org/pts/d/1929-willys-whippet-98a-rain/6438098135.html