Vehicle Description

This 1941 Willys Gasser not only gives you the tall stance of an unmistakably speedy style, but also it has the fuel-injected and supercharged big V8 to make sure the car lives up to its winner's circle image. And when a fresh build is wrapped around an iconic classic that even offers A/C, well then, you know there's style and substance to go with the speed.

You already know the iconic presence the right Willys brings to the show. This total package is wrapped in a sleek black, and with those teardrop-shaped headlights and electric shaver grille, there's no mistaking it for anything else on the road. The premium BeBop body seems to be just barely big enough to contain the mechanicals within. The fiberglass body is beautifully finished, with a quality that reminds you there's less than 1k miles on this build. A modified hood accommodates the bold air grabber and lets the world get a sneak peek at the monster motor within. Some cars try to hide their aggressive stance, but this one can barely contain it. As a true gasser, you have the tall solid front axle so everyone gets a good view at those Real Rodder polished wheels. And if those rear ones were any wider, they'd have trouble fitting an axle in-between!

Open the door, and this coupe looks like it immediately wants to get down to business with its deep, dark appearance. But take a closer peek, and you'll notice that those seats are comfortably contoured WiseGuys seats and have individual armrests. It's a nice leather with a custom insert that matches the pattern in the door. There are even thoughtful features like power windows and cold-blowing air conditioning. But as comfy as this one is, it's also ready for performance. The classic-style sports steering wheel is mounted on a tilt column to give you a clear view to the large speedo and tach. Plus, the full gauge package gives you a clear view of what's going on under the hood.

Grab your sunglasses before inspecting the engine bay. It's a full polished package that's stuffed with power. So while the appearance is meant to draw people in, the full build is designed to blow their doors off. That's a big 468 cubic-inch V8 with a 6-71 blower proudly sitting on top. And the Hilborn electronic fuel injection system is almost hidden because it's part of the hood scoop and stacks. The full package is said to make 425 horsepower, at the rear wheels! Steel braided lines, Weiand supercharger belt, and a large aluminum radiator w/electric fan are all part of a well-done supporting component package. The long tube performance headers feed the dual exhaust pipes. But any time you really want to bring the thunder, you have cutouts right at the header. The stout TH400 three-speed transmission has a 3500 stall, and this feeds the 9-inch rear with Moser 3.55 axle. Everything looks fresh in the undercarriage, right down to the reinforced ladder bars. Those Hoosier Pro Street rear tires make sure there's plenty of rubber to meet the road. Plus, you've got unbeatable stopping power of a performance four-wheel disc brake package.

Complete with build receipts, this has a long list of A-list hardware. So you're looking at a first-class gasser that's poised to take home some seriously big trophies. It's everything you want and available today for far less than it would cost to build this top-quality coupe from scratch. Call now!

Vehicle Details

  • Listing ID:CC-1422440
  • Price:$69,995
  • Location:Concord, North Carolina
  • Year:1941
  • Make:Willys
  • Model:Coupe
  • Exterior Color:Black
  • Interior Color:Black
  • Transmission:Automatic
  • Odometer:958
  • Stock Number:6154-CHA
  • VIN:NCS97618