Beautiful 1941 Willys , Body and frame by Outlaw Performance , Powered by "Shark Racing engines" 540 Cu inch Chevy dart Block , Paint by "Killer Paint" upholstery unfinished
$10,000 Upholstery Allowance
Engine == Big block Chevy 540 Cu Inches, 9.5/1 Compression ,Brodic Alumn heads Race rite 124cc, Edelbrock Twin 4 Barrels 500 Carbs. /w polished high rise manifolds,
Auto Transmission == Turbo 400
Rear End == Currie Alumn Differential , 9 inch ford 3.5 ratio, 31 Spline Tru Trac
Wheels and Tires == Rear Budnik GT55 15"X 15" Front 15"X 8" Rear Tires Hoosier Pro Street Radials 29 X 18.5 R 15 LT, Front tires Toyo Proxe Radial 225-50 R-15
Wildwood 4 wheel Disc. Brakes == Air over Hydraulic brake assist, Brake proportioning valve
Suspension == Air Ride by Ride Tech "shock Wave"
Wiring == Ron Frances
Radiator == Griffin Duel Alumn double core
Vintage Air Heater/Ac, Chrome Steering column, Elect Windows, BMW Shifter, Auto Sound radio w/mp3 connection -Secret Radio, 6 Way good guys seats, Battery Kill Switch
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