Custom Front & Rear Suspension, and A/C Copper and Silver Clear Coat with Leather Interior The Willys has a Street Beast body and Chassis for the best quality build, outstanding custom paint, 454 Block Chevy Engine with 425 horsepower. TCI 700R4 automatic over drive transmission, Mark Williams Center Section in the Ford 9 inch Rear with Moser 35 Spline Axles, Trans Cooler , Coil Overs with Mustang Front end , Flaming River Steering Column , Ron Francis Wiring Harness , Weld Wheels , Hoosier 29 x 18 rear tires , Polished Stainless Griffin Radiator with electric cooling fans, Power Wilwood Disc Brakes all around , Fully Polished Custom Kooks Ceramic Coated Headers and Mufflers, Polished Hood Hinges, Custom Jaguar leather Seats Power Both Sides, Seats and door panels wrapped in Soft Aircraft Approved Leather and Suede, wool carpeting , All custom Auto Meter Gauges, Fully Polished 15 Gallon Fuel Cell, Optimum Battery.
The build was completed to high standards and the coupe presents extremely well. The paintwork is very nice, as are the chrome, stainless, wheels and glass. The interior is also very nice to include the upholstery, door panels, dash, carpets, instruments and switches. The engine compartment is extremely clean and has been very nicely detailed. The engine is a 454 HO big block GM crate engine based on the Gen VI 4-bolt mains with 1-piece rear main seal blocks with approximately 8.75:1 compression, 425 hp at 5,250 rpm and 500 ft./lbs. of torque at 3,250 rpm. The "HO" stands for High Output, which means you get Forged steel externally balanced crankshafts, forged steel LS6/LS7 "Dimple" rods, shot peened and magna fluxed with 7/16 in. rod bolts. Forged aluminum pistons, hydraulic roller camshafts with .510 in. intake lift, .540 in. exhaust lift and duration at .050 in. for intake is 211 and 230 for exhaust, lobe centerline is 112 degrees. Cast iron cylinder heads with rectangular port 118cc combustion chambers, 325cc intake runner volume with 2.19 in. intake valves and 1.88 in. exhaust. These heads are configured for 3/8 in. thread 7/16 in. shank rocker arm studs, and stamped steel self-aligning 1.7:1 ratio rocker arms. Ignition is MSD. The frame is nicely detailed and the body is absolutely perfect.
This is an outstanding opportunity to acquire an iconic 1941 Willys Coupe. The Willys won Best in Class at the Chicago World of Wheels Super Show . It cost over $100,000.00 to build this coupe and with less than 2,000 miles on the vehicle it is in superb shape and is nicely equipped and beautifully presented.