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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. bowler
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    My first 1941 Willys ran BG/S in the early 60's I put it on the street and I sold it in 1967 bought it back 2016! in pieces
     

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    Thanks Loudbang, I like that one!!! 1963 Cecil County Dragway
     
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    SAME CAR as post 6545
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    The good old days!!!
     
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    I thought that was Cecil County, Oldracer does the photo from CC say Dave Hale on the door I cant make it out. Also I seem to remember a concrete barrier of some sort when I was there in 64-65, it was the first time I had seen that at a track.

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    1934Coupe, there was a concrete barrier at Cecil County. The photo in 6545 was taken a little further down the track. You can barely see the edge of the barrier in the left side of the photo. And yes, my name is on the door!:)

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    John Mazmanian's Willys came into Maple Grove on a trailer Friday afternoon. Did anyone else see it?
     
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    Hairy Hauler

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    If I'm not mistaken LB that's the "Mystery Willys"

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    Are those fenders molded in or is it a plastic body?
     
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    noboD I'm sure thats a steel car, the photo is from around 1968. The fenders appear to be molded and extensive work to the wheel opening. Maybe a body man owned car. I'm asking around for info on the car bot you know us old farts, between naps and Geritol we don't get on the computer quickly.

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    This from a Dover friend;
    YEP!!! That's Mag Stein,from Ct. the Willys was painted 'purple'! It ran good and did some
    nice wheelies Pat! Only thing I didn't like about it,was he 'molded' in the rear fenders,to the
    body, but that's 'me'! Later he ran a purple '67' Camaro.

    Pat
     
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    Thanks, I agree. I've never liked molded in fenders on anything.
     
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    I looked at these pix and thought I knew the car, as it turns out my brain still functions. The pictures LB posted are the best that the car ever looked so I think it is late like 67ish. The Willys was a club (The Outlaws) car and Sandy it's long time Pres. The car went through many different looks and lettering. I've attached just two, I remember it as a yellowish mustard color. I can't remember Sandy's last name but he was quite a character. By the way that is The "Aurora 7" Willys of Joe Black behind the "Outlaw"

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    from KY, AZ

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