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Professionally built by "Street Rods Only" of Macon, Illinois. The slick glass body is by "Show Me Rod and

Custom" of Branson, Mo. and is finished in a "House of Kolors" Key Lime. The chassis is mandrel bent, 

fully boxed, argent silver powder coated and also built by "Show Me Rod and Custom"! Other features

include 4-Link Rear Suspension w/Coil-Over Shocks, Mustang II Front Suspension w/ Power Rack-N-Pinion

Steering and 4 Wheel Disc Brakes! Rounding out the rolling stock is Weld  Wheels (15x5 & 15x14) wrapped

in Hoosier Radial Pro Street tires.

 

The engine is a 392 Chrysler Hemi originally built by "Big Al's Toy Box" of Connecticut and most recently 

was completely gone thru by Midwest engine builder "Auto Rons" of Davenport, Iowa! Induction includes

a polished BDS 8-71 Blower and Dual 600cfm Edelbrock Carbs.   Other features include Keith Black Forged

Pistons, an Isky Cam, a Miloden Oil Pump & Pan, an Mallory HEI Ignition, a Valley Pan, HPC coated Block

Hugger Headers w/ Rear Exhausts and Doug's Electric "ZOOMIE" Cut Outs.   Power is transferred thru a re-

worked GM 700-R4 with Kevlar Bands/Clutches, TCI 3000 Stall Torque Converter and TCI Deep Pan. On down

the line is a shortened Currie Differential Housing, Nodular 3.70 Trak-Lock Gears and 31 Spline Currie Axles.

 

The interior features include Custom Dash/Console, Dakota Digital Gauges, Pioneer AM/FM CD Tuner,

Power Windows, Performance Ratchet Shifter and of course, Hot Rod Heat/Air Conditioning!

The car is titled in the State of Illinois as a 1941 Willys! This car is driven showing just over 13,000 miles

on the odometer. The only thing I would add to this car (if it were mine) is an 8 point roll cage, a set of

Simpson 5 point safety belts,  a safety blanket around the tranny along with safety straps on the Blower.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The '41 Outlaw body shown below belongs to Scott Pullen who lives in Saco Maine. 

Scott bought his Willys body 4 years ago, and has finally reached a point where he has been

able to start construction of the project Willys.  Good Luck Scott !!

 

 

 

 

 

The car shown below has been listed several times eBay, without a sale. I think the

reserve may have been a little or a lot (depending on your view) on the high side.

The starting bid was $50K.  It is a real nice unit.... however I believe due to the current

economy in the U.S., these types of cars not pulling the money they were 2 years ago.

Here is a list of what this car has to offer.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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