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History 1933 - 1936 Willys, picture thread

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

  1. Boss Hydro
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    Thanks Rocky,Nice detail in those photos.

    Scott
     
  11. 1933t
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    found a few more
     

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    and a few more from the pc
     

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  13. WillysRule
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    Doug Ganschow's ex Al Pfieffer 33 Willys. Badass car.

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  14. BrerHair
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    Wow Rocky! Thank you for letting us spectators behind the curtain, fantastic build, fantastic car. Very cool.
     
  15. Beautiful '36 located in Hawaii!
     

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  16. Here's more...













    Two Stockers ('36 sedan, and '34 coupe) and two Street Rods ('33 coupe, and '35 coupe)...the yellow '33 has a grille carved out of wood...neat job!!!
     

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  18. jn
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    hi. i´m new here on this forum. sorry for the bad english but i will try to explaine my latest found.

    i went home to a old man who i heard has a strange old american car in his barn. it was a willys77 1936. i asked him if it was for sale. could be he told me. the car has been in an old carpenters workshop since mid fifties. it has about 2 hours of welding rust, thats it!! =) the price for the car was about 2000 dollars (15000 swedish). di i need to say the car was mine? wen i went there to pic up the car who was in parts since a older restoration. that owner did not finish it. the car is sold new in sweden and has never been welded anywhere. some parts did have another color. i ask him why and he answered, it´s from the other cars? it shows he did have 2 willys 77 more ;) i bought all 3 for less than 2000 dollar. it is the 4 door sedan model. i realy want a delivery but willys are really hard to find in sweden. i will put pictures here soon but the plan is to build an old school gasser of it.
     
  19. WillysRule
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    Great find! I look forward to seeing pics.
     
  20. jn
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    the reason i cant put pictures here is because im working night and have the pictures at my pc. i will put it up in the moorning. ;)

    i would be very happy if i could find dealers of willys-parts in us. if there is any? the car is going to have a smalblock chevy with 6-71, 12 spoke wheels in front and rocket racing in the rear end. i am thinking of having fiberglas fenders on it but the rest of the car in metal.
     
  21. jn
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    if someone have pictures of the taillights 1936 and also the sparetire cover i would be very happy. the old man has lot of parts where the cars have been and i cant say what part is for the willys. he also had a chevy, a renault and a opel. al cars are 36?!
     
  22. Here's picture of the spare tire cover on a '36 sedan...I'll look for one that has the taillights on it too
    G-willys
     

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    thanks for the links. is there any more you now, just put them here. ;)
     
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    forgot the pictures today. fix it in the moorning. ;)
     
  26. jn
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    some pictures where it stands now. this week or the next week it is going home. all parts are already at home. no rust whatsoever. =)
     
  27. WillysRule
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    jn:

    Looks like you've got a really nice Willys sedan there to start your gasser project. How about some pics of another sedan for inspiration. This thing is a real time capsule from the 60's.

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    Here's another sweet sedan...
    fourdoorpic.jpg
     
  28. Weasel
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    Here's my 1933 sedan....

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  29. WillysRule
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    Beatiful car. The ghost flames in the red are a really nice touch.
     

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