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History 1933 - 1936 Willys, picture thread

Discussion in 'Traditional Hot Rods' started by WillysRule, Dec 5, 2010.

  1. WillysRule
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    I did a search and didn't find anything specific to model 77 Willyses. I recently acquired a 33 coupe (in pieces) and it's currently being put together. I wanted to start a thread for model 77 fans, whether it be a coupe, pickup, delivery or sedan, post up your favorites. Here's a pic of my coupe to be, along with some of my favorites to kick things off.

    Mark

    33 in 2pc.jpg 33-13.jpg

    ch-cf-2-66-57.jpg Coonrod-Hrudka.jpg Jack Coonrod 33 Willys A-GS 2 July 1968.jpg

    twigz.jpg Dougs 33.jpg McGee-W2.jpg
     
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  2. WillysRule
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    Here's some pickups too.

    Bizio-68.jpg Edmisson-OCIR.jpg

    K0839-12A.jpg Mild-Bunch.jpg
     
  3. WillysRule
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    Nobody like 33 Willyses but me???
     
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  5. WillysRule
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    Yeah, that's a cool thread, but I was hoping to get one started for the 33-36 cars. Seems like most of the Willys stuff is dominated by the 37-42 cars. There's nothing wrong with the later coupes. They're beautiful cars. But the model 77 has a nasty attitude all of its own.
     
  6. 65 impala
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    nasty love em
     
  7. WillysRule
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    Well, since nobody wants to post anything, I'll post some more my self. I guess I should have asked for Model A's with whitewalls, or blackwalls, or with fenders or without fenders, or with a chop or without a chop, or cheater slicks or with mag wheels, or with red wheels, or with wire wheels, or with 2 doors or with 4 doors, or with wishbones, or split wishbones, etc, etc, etc...

    Now back to the show.
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    calhydro2.jpg Selkirk & Bork A-GS.jpg
     
  8. WillysRule
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  9. ssaza25
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    I have owned many 33-42 Willys over the years. My favorite style is the 33-36. Many years ago,I had seen the Blood Sweat and Tears 33 Willys coupe at Lopers speed shop in Phoenix Az.That was when I wanted a 33 coupe. I have a few pictures of my model 77 cars.
     

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  10. WillysRule
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    Pouting??? Maybe it sounded a little like that? I just wanted to stir things up a little.:D I'm happy to share what I've collected, but I was hoping to get more people to join in, and maybe turn up some posts on some rare pics or cars people haven't seen before. I actually love Model A's, and even owned one, but never got to finish it. I just thought it was ironic there's so many posts on Model A's, and seemingly so little interest in the "other Willys". I'm just "cheering" for my favorite, that's all.

    Here's some more pickups and a panel.

    1eb7f6a0.jpg bizio_3_66_March_Meet[1].jpg HRR_1982.jpg

    pre-bizio33truck.JPG Keith Ferrell 33 Willys B-Alt 3 6-11-67.jpg Keith Ferrell B-Alt 2 NHRA Points Meet 7-9-67.jpg
     
  11. WillysRule
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    ssaza25; It seems like I've read your coupe is the old Ontario George Gray car. Is that the case? At any rate, it's a cool car.
     
  12. THE FRENCHTOWN FLYER
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    Here's my coupe and a fellow racer's panel delivery at the Thompson Gasser Reunion held every year in northern Ohio. Many model 77s show up for this.

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  13. oldrelics
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  14. choke
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    Here's my contribution.
     

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  15. choke
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    Here's a few more.
     

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  16. Weasel
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    I'll play....

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  17. Weasel
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    Another....

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  18. RJP
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    you might be playing to the wrong crowd here. Since these cars are about 75% fiberglass, most here wouldn't care to be seen liking a tupperware car. You've read all the posts concerning the fiberglass haters. I myself have always found these years to be way better looking. Oh, and lets not forget, that most also require a trailer (another dirty word around here) to get from point A to point B. So that leaves out the "If I can't drive the shit out of it everyday of the week" crowd. Actually, you should consider yourself lucky this thread hasn't been closed yet to make room for another "I'm chopping my 64 4dr Lark. Whatcha all think" thread.
     
  19. Weasel
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    These are what caused my Willysitis - the cars that is, though on second thoughts, hmmm.....

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  20. Weasel
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    Another....

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  21. Weasel
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    And a ute to boot....

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  22. Weasel
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    1936 Panel Delivery....

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  23. Weasel
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  24. Weasel
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    Ute body...
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  25. Weasel
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    Steel Gasser with blown 392....

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  26. Weasel
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    1936 all steel rumble seat coupe gasser project....

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  27. Weasel
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    1933 Tanker Truck.

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  28. deuce1932
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    this one is still roaming the streets around here
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  29. Weasel
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    1935 Tourer or phaeton

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  30. Weasel
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    1934 Sports Coupe

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