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Discussion in 'Traditional Hot Rods' started by WillysRule, Dec 5, 2010.
Nice Ford, is that at New England Dragway? Car looks familiar.
This was included in a Willys collection that we purchased. We're going to build it.
How can you tell LOL I sure can't
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I don't think that is a Willys. Headlights, rear fenders, trunk tire well and rear window are wrong.
YES...NOT a WILLYS !!! g-willys
You always do these cars very nicely...should be a fun build...g-willys
Trying again LOL Yea or Nay say you ?
Can't mistake the spare tire panel, and the shape of the rear window...oh and the gas filler cap...looks like he's dragging his foot to slow down...lol. (looks like a mid fifties Vette in the other lane.) g-willys
Willys. Insert in roof also
Yes, I agree...but Ford also had an insert in those years....g-willys
Who's car is that Model 77? I want that color green on my current Anglia build.
Green is IN.
That's Gary Densham back in the day
Pics of 'Here's Trouble' in S. Fl. mid sixties before it became 'Little Road Runner' Notice the VW front axle which was later changed to a CAE axle by Gary Johns in Jacksonville Fl.
Franny Hetherman, Leicester Mass. Always on the hunt for any pics. slides or film of this bad ass coupe.
Early Ohio George???
I'm not so sure.I can't say for sure but I will do some research
This car was out of the Northwest, either Oregon or Washington. It was the Bob Fox Auto car.
Who's or what car is this?
Hey anybody know where this one wound up? I sold it to a Kevin (Golden Greek Willys) from NH he had it up for sale again and moved to Fla. This was around 2008.
This was on Facebook this past week. It was Ontario George Gray in the photo, apparently reunited with his old car. It didn't imply he bought it. Just that he was seeing it again. No other info was given.
I'm not on Facebook but I'd sure like to know more about this. I am pretty sure Ken Nolte out in Arizona told me and may have posted on here in the past that his chopped coupe was the old Ontario George car ???
If this is the one that I am thinking about it was sold to Jim Oddy and he sold it to someone in England.
Any of our British hamber's have any info about this?
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