1941 Willys


454 Big Block bored to 468 ci

Comp Heads and Comp Cam

"Blower Shop" Built- 871 Blower and Brackets

700R4 Transmission

Custom Willys Valve Covers

3:89 Ford Positraction Rear

Rack and Pinion Steering

Outlaw Body and Chassis

Full Leather Interior

Stainless Fuel and Brake Lines

Disc Brakes All Around

Ron Francis Wiring

Vintage Air A/C 

Walker Aluminum Radiator

Power Windows

Door Poppers




You may remember this great Willys from our web site and eBay in the past. It was priced higher and did not sell , so the owner took it back to his collection. We had so many calls on it, he decided to bring it back. No miles were put on the car and it still shows only 1520 on the odometer, which is actual mileage since the build.   The real steel Willys are selling for six figures in some cases. These glass bodies look just as nice for a fraction of the price. The Outlaw Body has become one of the most popular 439 reproductions. This is a fine example.   

The Vintage Air was not blowing real cold and not coming through the vents. That has been all taken care of and is now working very well and blowing very cold.     The matching leather covered Budnik Steering column has a tilt feature.    The blue interior goes really well with the silver body and blue pin striping. In person, it is not as purple looking as in the photos.   There is a battery shut off behind the driver's seat. There is also a fuel pump switch and a truck release button. The trunk can also be opened from the key fob.    Notice the 2 Holley Performance Carburetors which help pump plenty of fuel through this big block.    The engine compartment is awesome. Everything is Billett or polished to bring it to show quality. This car runs as good as it looks.    There is a Miloden street or strip big block oil pan.   Weld wheels finish off the great look of this Willys.   There are a few little stone chips on the rear fenders. The rest of the paint is great.    The car is titled as a 1941.    

If you are in our neighborhood, please be sure to stop at McGee's Country Store. Family owned since 1976, they have great food. Their fried pies are to die for.    Come take a look at this great car. It is nice enough for any show.   

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