'41 Willys pickups have long been a favorite platform for hot
rodding. So to stand out, a new build has to be done to a supreme
level. This one is. Featured in numerous publications, and the
winner of multiple awards, this Willys has the looks and the
hardware to make it a standout anywhere. The engine compartment
houses a big block 502 GM Performance Parts Ramjet with 510
horsepower and plenty of chrome and polish. A sturdy Turbo 400
automatic works between the big motor and a narrowed Currie 9-inch
Ford. The truck is built on a tube frame with custom suspension and
a polished Art Morrison front clip. The highly modified body is all
steel. And the PPG Pearl Orange is simply perfect. State-of-art
engineering culminates in the fitment of huge 18-inch wide Mickey
Thompson Sportsman tires mounted on polished M/T wheels. There's
lots of refinement inside with leather and suede seats, charcoal
wool carpet, power windows, and air conditioning. You control this
radical but easy-driving rig through a polished half-wrapped
steering wheel on a tilt column and Lokar shifter.
1941 Willys Pickup
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