No expense was spared on this professionally completed, frame-off
restored show car with just 332 miles since completion. The tilt
front-end fiberglass body was professionally prepared and expertly
painted in black and Purple Pearl with detailed flames for added
attention. Powered by a Yancy's Automotive built 468ci big-block
Chevy (BBC) V8 engine fitted with aluminum heads and a 6-71
supercharger making a dyno-tested 843hp at 5 pounds of boost. Since
the dyno test, five teeth were removed from the pulley and an
upgraded cam has been installed for more horsepower. The engine is
paired with a specially built Bowler automatic transmission with a
10-inch billet 4000 stall converter turning a rear end with 3.50
gears and 29-inch-tall Mickey Thompson tires under a tubbed rear
end. The Willys also has custom hand-fabricated headers and
zoomies. Complete air-ride suspension designed to sit low on the
ground and easily raise the ride height. There is an Art Morrison
Pro 4-Link rear suspension setup. The Willys features Hot Rods USA
Wilwood brakes front and rear and a Griffin radiator. The interior
and engine compartment are color-matched to the exterior. The
show-quality interior features black leather bucket seats, custom
roll cage, 5-point safety harness, Specialty power windows, custom
gauges, Lecarra steering wheel, Ididit adjustable tilt steering
column and Stealth Pro-Ratchet shifter. Featured in Hot Rodder
magazine. At the Creme de La Chrome Rocky Mountain Auto Show it won
First Place in class in Outstanding Street Machine along with
Outstanding Street Machine Interior and Outstanding Street Machine
Paint. The sale also includes a professionally built matching
rideable Go-Kart with Briggs & Stratton engine and disc brake, as
well as a matching remote-control car.
1941 Willys Street Rod
Exterior Color:BLACK / ORANGE
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