The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'Traditional Hot Rods' started by LOU WELLS, Mar 17, 2020.
Tell us about this car! What is it's build history with that Vee windshield?? Inquiring minds want to know!
One I had in the mid 1980'
One from E bay a few years ago
My driver now
My 39 Chevy coupe.
I know that's a hot rod because I (think) it has a 327 under the hood.
That's some cool green cars!
It's blue but we are flying the flag
Happy St Patricks
day from Ireland
I don’t know the whole story but it’s built in Sweden in different stages by different owners, my guess is the vee was the cheapest way to chop the window frame and use plain glass.. when I had it I only frenched the head and tail lights and painted it dark green
Willys produced five woodies in 1940 and five in 1941?
So, I guess this Willys Woody Station Wagon is a rare one, indeed. You meet the nicest cars at the Price Transfer Automobilia displays. Not only do you get to see rare green woody wagons, but just down the next row of classic old hot rods, this green Ford Phaeton sits between a couple of other classics, too.
So, if you are in So Cal after the “stay at home federal suggestion” this year, stop by and see this massive collection of Willys, including the awesome green 1940 Willys Woody Station Wagon.
But...so does a camaro?
not quite green, but San Remo turquoise, close enuff?
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Thank you for the reply and pics.
The Walsh family's "The DUKE" - 1927 Ford T.R.O.G. Roadster:
all images by Michael Christensen
My favorite color
Beebe and Mulligan AA/FD
Lot's of shades of green (all cool). Here's mine.
Not a Hot Rod ... but how about a green Kustom? ... @ladyshifter & @Royalshifter's 1951 Ford Victoria "Royal Victoria":
image from @TRJ
illustration by @Jeff Norwell
My sea mist green '36
Lime green '63
Dark teal '56
Mine started out green.
As Green As I Can Get...
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