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History 1933 - 1936 Willys, picture thread

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

  1. Weasel
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    Yeah - sure it is;). The 1933 panel was produced on paper only as far as I have ever been able to discover after decades of researching these things....
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  2. Weasel
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    Anybody else notice we are on page 77 of this thread?:cool::cool::cool:
     
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    1936 Aussie Panel with roof section missing - completely different from US panel body....

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  5. Weasel
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    If you look closely in the profile shot, there is what appears to be a join seam just behind the door at the roof. The rear section of the body is completely wrong - look how the stocker curves below the belt line where this frightmare is straight but at an angle - and the peak of the top rear cargo area is way wrong. Could be that somebody grafted on an inaccurate fiberglass rear section or a rear section from something else or it is a poorly executed home brew concoction? Whatever it is it is horrible and I sure hope no hamber gets it thinking it is the real deal....

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  6. Weasel
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    This 1933 roadster is a screaming bargain....;)

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  7. DualQuad55
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    Wow, the 36 Roadster sure looked similar to the 3w bodies I have seen pics of.
    I kinda wish I had kept the 33-34 roadster I had, just needed sooo much work and I needed sooo much money at the time.
    No worries though, hopefully someone has actually made progress on it. If I still had it, it would still be in pieced in my garage...
     
  8. abone1930
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    I had a buddy that was wanting to bid on it, but after looking at mine and looking at Bad Company he brought the roof lines up, whish I had a pick of the back door . All I know something don't look right . Even a glass body flows better than that :)
     
  9. NORSON
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    It looks like the sides are correct and only the upper rear section looks wrong. The contours of the corners look like the '36 pickup.
     
  10. Apenaut
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    Just cross-posted this one on the "Old Cars Made into Signs" thread. Looks like a '33 4-door on a U Pick Parts on Alameda in Los Angeles:
     

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  11. 35willyspickup
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    Blood Sweat & Tears.
     

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    The Hevi Hemi..
     

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    Only letting me post one at a time..
     

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  14. abone1930
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    Who made the big parachutes that were on the old gassers? I have been watching EBay looking for one. Roughly the same size that was on the DogCatcher . I am cloneing it besides the paint.


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  15. THE FRENCHTOWN FLYER
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    Bob's Drag Chutes in Detroit, for one. They are now RJS Racing.
     
  16. dogcatcher33
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    i owned the Original Dog Catcher after keith sold it-I will look at my photos and see if there is a name on it.
    bob Urban
     
  17. Barn Hunter
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    One I sold a while back....
     

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  18. Angliagasser
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    Nice one there!
     
  19. 35willyspickup
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  21. 33HEMI
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    35willyspickup this is that car when it was finished.

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  22. RCarlson
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    The Blue Dog, Del Rio & Carlson- Fremont Drag strip. Tony Del Rio painted the 33 and also painted Brasher's 33 willys. Tony chopped the top.... Elwyn Carlson drove the Blue dog and later drove Pure Hell Funny car
     
  23. RCarlson
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    I have not seen that pick of the Del Rio & Carlson 33 willy's, that's going back before the blower days!
     
  24. ardyboy
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    there was a guy here on the HAMB selling these parachutes. I bought a couple. they are cool.

    http://www.ebay.com/itm/Military-Ca...960?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item2a31c6f948
     
  25. 35willyspickup
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  28. rfraze
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    And a '34 at that. Jim you are The Man. Lucky Junior gets to drive. Thanks for this great contribution to our love of Willys.
     
  29. rfraze
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    Don't recall seeing this one. Pic came from Great Ohio drag racers thread. Would it surprise you that there are a bunch of cool cars on that one?
    Woops, got two pics on the download. The other Bach's car should be on 37-42 thread.
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