1941 Willys Pickup Truck built in the late 60's. Considered by many
as one of the top three Willys trucks ever built. It now has a 301
Chevy with Camel hump heads, roller rockers, steel crank. Hilborn
mechanical fuel injection, was rebuilt by Don Enriquez. (It is not
electronic) It has a secondary tank that is higher than the pump,
which allows for easier starting. The truck has been driven on the
street, freeway and raced at multiple tracks. It is licensed and
registered. It has a rebuilt Vertex Mag by Don Zig. It has a turbo
350 manual shift with a 3,500 stall. Rear axle 57 Pontiac (chrome)
with a posi and 488 gears. It has chrome ladder bars and a chrome
front axle built by Specialty Cars. 4 piece bolted together to make
one piece tilt front end. Every paint trick imaginable was employed
on this truck. (Candy, Fade, Flake, etc.) It is really surprising
how well the paint job has held up, considering it's about 50 years
old. Steve Magnante from (Barrett Jackson- Hot Rod) said, 'This
Willys is one of the craziest I've ever seen'. This truck has
extensive history, there is much written about it on the H.A.M.B.
and many magazine articles. Please Note The Following **Vehicle
Location is at our clients home and Not In Cadillac, Michigan. **We
do have a showroom with about 25 cars that is by appointment only
**Please Call First and talk to one of our reps at 231-468-2809 EXT
1940 Willys Pickup
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