Gateway Classic Cars of St. Louis is proud to present this 1941
Willys Coupe Kit. NOTE - the 'Crush' stickers are easily removable.
They are not adhered like a traditional vinyl sticker. Hopefully
you are here reading this because the beautiful Pearl Orange paint
caught your attention. It certainly captivates ours! The front
grill of this Willys has a ton of personality and character. The
front grill can appear like an animated face with the proper
imagination. If life has been short on inspiration lately there are
few things better than horsepower therapy and this ride has a lot
to offer in that department. The build feels fresh and like it has
lots of life to give! Everything appears lightly used or close to
new! The powerplant is a 383 stroker paired up to a TH400 3 speed
automatic transmission and a stout 9 inch Ford rear end. The
exhaust note is muscular but not obnoxious. The interior is a great
shade of tan and the seat coverings are incredibly soft and
comfortable to the touch. For safety, 4-point seat belts are
available and refreshing to see some level of safety equipment in a
fiberglass kit car! This 1941 Willys Coupe Kit is offered by the
St. Louis sales staff and can be seen in full detail on our
website. Our listing all include 100+ HD photos and a detailed
video! GatewayClassicCars.com Video: https://youtu.be/035WFcN3oWc
1941 Willys Coupe
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