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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. Kiwi Kev
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  2. ME.GASSER
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    Great pictures kiwi kev. I knew you would have alot in your archives.
     
  3. 327-365hp
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    How much Kev?? I want it!!


    Where's that time machine!!
     
  4. Weasel
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    Love this thread. I'll post a few pix from my stash when I get a chance. I'm a little upside down at the moment, fighting to recover from flood damage from the pre Christmas rain storms and not yet back home on my own computer. I lost my 99% completed '58 Chrysler and a '40 Willys along with a stash of parts. Both cars submerged under three feet of mud and water. Not sure what, if anything, is recoverable right now.
     
  5. 64Cyclone
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    Some I took at Bowling Green Ky the past couple of years
     

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  6. 64Cyclone
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    A few old pics
     

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  7. Boss Hydro
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    My Dad's steel 40 Willys as he raced it in the late 1980's.....
    Thats me in the blue shirt looking on....


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    Me racing at Maple Grove.... This car has a steel body, glass front and doors, iron motor with torqueflite trans....
     
  8. guffey
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    It would be interesting to know where they are now and what they look like (Some are restored already I know)
     
  9. 64Cyclone
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    More
     

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  10. Boss Hydro
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    My Time Machine 1941 Willys....I believe this shot is from 1990.... Track is Epping NH...

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  11. Boss Hydro
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    A couple more from Indy....Goodguys event. First time out with the car went a 8.24...fastest I had been to that point.... Steel motor 6-71 blower...

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  12. 64Cyclone
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    Some more
     

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  13. WillysRule
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    Aw man, that's horrible. I can't even imagine that kind of flooding. Did it get your house as well?
     
  14. Hot Rod Willys
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    Great pictures, love the Willys
     

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  15. 64Cyclone
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    A couple of my favorite HAMB posted Willys
     

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  16. Hot Rod Willys
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    Weasel-
    I am so sorry to hear this, I cant amagine what your going thru. Wish I could be of some help.
     
  17. Boss Hydro
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    In the late 90's we re-did the chassis on the car and was preparing to run it. It was getting late in the season so we decided to bring it out in jell coat... Here is the newer version in black...

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  18. 64Cyclone
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    Childhood memories....always loved 'em
     

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  19. ltownrodder
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    Heres some oldies but goodies from the 60's:D
     

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  20. Boss Hydro
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    My Big Time Memories 1941 Willys coupe....

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  21. Boss Hydro
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    Fred Bears steel 1940 coupe....... 2010 Old Time Drags at Englishtown NJ.


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  22. Boss Hydro
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    Bryan Hanofee's Under Pressure 1941 Willys coupe....very good running car!

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  23. Boss Hydro
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    Another pretty quick 40 Willys... The Wolkowitz bros. (sp.)


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  24. Boss Hydro
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    Classic Pork Zartman photo...


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  25. ltownrodder
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    Couple more from the same batch.
     

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  26. Boss Hydro
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    Very pretty and very fast 41 Willys....Randy was a good guy and someone I'm glad I had a chance to have known......God speed Randy....

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  27. Boss Hydro
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    Dave Lamb's restored Bill Linder C.C. Rider...shot taken at Lancaster Dragway outside of Buffalo New York....


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  28. ltownrodder
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    Same batch, 60's photo's:eek:
     

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  29. Weasel
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    Thanks Willysrule and Dave McCauley for noticing my plight. My house was saved by the garage which acted as a diverter for the mudflow when the creek burst it's banks and relocated 50 ft from it's original course, making a beeline for my garage. The road to the house is gone and it looks like a warzone. Sorry to post an O/T photo guys, but there's a '40 Willys and a '58 Chrysler under water in my garage. Things are not looking too good at the moment....

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  30. 1934coupe
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    Does anyone know if the guy on the right with Doug Cook is his brother Roy?
     
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