41 Willys Pro Street Coupe
Professionally built for SHOW & GO. If you want to enjoy the nightly “cruise night” or weekly car shows and don’t mind head turning and attention getting behavior with large smiles. This might be the car for you. This award winning “Street Rod” was built with all the attention to details and quality craftsmanship available by Arizona Street Rod Shop. Willy was put into service in 2007 and was moved to Wisconsin in 2014. He is looking for another caretaker that would continue to give him that TLC that he is used to getting.
Willy is well engineered, he handles and steers smoothly and is a pleasure to cruise at 30 or 70 mph. He starts easily even in hot weather. The transmission shifts as it should with no effort. The AC was charged up last summer. The distributor has a new electronic sensor. New spark plugs. Tires were replaced the fall of 2016 and they don’t have more than 500 miles on them. This car has less than 9000 miles on it. Driving this car is an indescribable experience and thrill that will keep you smiling while you motor down the road. The car is priced right considering amount of high quality parts this car was built with. No dealers please.
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