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Features 1937 to 1942 Willys Picture Thread

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Hot Rod Willys, Jan 15, 2011.

  1. dmorago
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    Do you have some interior shots, especially of das? Many of us are trying to firgure out how the dash was trimmed on the 41's. And, the wind wings on yours is unique, too. Thanks, Dick M
     
  2. dmorago
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    Check out this link of Hot Rod Tucker. A little off topic, but very interesting web site for Gear Heads.

    http://www.robidaconcepts.com/#!

     
  3. Bashnscratch
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    Here is a couple photos of my stock 41 dash, not sure if there is a difference from U.S cars and Canadian cars as I know my 39 and 40 seem to have different dashes then some others I have seen.

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  4. Sky Pilot
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    yeah totally different trim Bash, and like Dave said the noticable top stainless too thought it was thicker ... maybe overseas or canadain built? :confused:
     
  5. 33HEMI
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  6. bobwop
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    my 42 has an "Americar" emblem on the dash
     
  7. dmorago
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    To continue of the *theme of 41 Willys dashes, I have pulled from some of my recent shots a collection that may or may not help us. I does seem there are many variations, including on the stock-stock Willys.

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    Enjoy. Dick M.

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  8. dmorago
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    Here are a couple of shots of a flathead powered Willys. Shots forwarded to the West Coast Willys group by Mick Coyne. Flathead Jack [Schafer] has a shop in the Walnut Creek area of Northern California.

    Thanks, Dick M.
     

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  9. Sky Pilot
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    any one interested theres another 40 steel coupe gasser on the bay got a glass cap ! thats the 3rd one in about a month ...they are still out there :cool:
     
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  11. Fordgasser1
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    from Jersey

    Here's a few pics of the '40 Willys I just picked up..Before its current state,It was an old gasser that ran in the eastern PA. area w/a 6 cylinder GMC..Perhaps someone has some more info on it?The guy I bought it from had it since the late 70's and doesn't remember who he got it from..
     

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  12. Sky Pilot
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    Nice find ! check out the crazy 70,s side pipes everything from vettes to vans had them... now on willys too Wow ! :eek:
     
  13. Fordgasser1
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    Thanks Rocky..Yeah,she's got "70's and 80's" written all over her..But I'll be putting it back to gasser look..
     
  14. Sky Pilot
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    its the only way to own one !!! like Springsteen said they were Born to Run !:cool:
     
  15. Hot Rod Willys
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    I took these pics a few years ago and have no info on the sedan.
     

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  16. Hot Rod Willys
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    Few more old pics
     

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  17. Sky Pilot
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    thats a nice sedan Dave ... sitting right !
     
  18. ME.GASSER
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    Well we sold our little truck today. It's going to a new owner in New York.[​IMG]
     
  19. Gassy
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    from Tennessee

    Awesome Original Willys. Keep her that way.
     
  20. Hot Rod Tucker
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    I am. Since I got it I just have been making a little more roadworthy. It's running and driving pretty well now. Just a few small things on my list before spring.


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  21. brian55lvr
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    from ma

    congrats----love the look of your car and truck
     
  22. Sky Pilot
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    im sure your sorry to see it go ! nice matched set.......what you gunna biuld now :cool:
     
  23. ME.GASSER
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    Thank you very much.
     
  24. ME.GASSER
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    It will probably be the elusive 33 Willys. As soon as we can find a steel one that we don't have to sell our house to afford:D
     
  25. Sky Pilot
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    hope you get one ! it will be going to a good home and you,ll do her justice for sure :cool:
     
  26. Mullins
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    Wheelguy first willys pictures from back in the day.
     

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  27. Sky Pilot
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    that about says it all Mullins ! nice.... my time machine is just about ready im looking for a trunion kanibbler to complete it --anybody got one? :p
     
  28. junkhead57
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    Mullins, that looks alot lot my car did b4 being primed. The front fenders are still black! I still havent traced any history mine. One of these days I`ll get to it!,

    Also ,congrats Larry on selling your pickup! I wouldve loved to have that 1! Beautiful truck.
     
  29. wheelguy
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    THANKS to Mullins for posting my first Willys (1968).I was 22 years old when I got it.
    45 years later I'm still playing with Willys. Putting together a SBC with Chromed 471 blower and Richmond 5 speed overdrive to go in my current 41 .
    I sold the all steel 40 Willys in 1973 (complete less motor),400 turbo, porcelain headers, polished MAGNESIUM HALIBRANDS for $1400....WISH I KEPT IT !!!!
    Just thought I'd add a note to (Rob) Mullins post on my first of 6 Willys. ( 40 Coupe, 39 Sedan, 33 Coupe, 41 Coupe, 41 Coupe, 41 Coupe.)
    Regards, Joe.
     
  30. Bashnscratch
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