EXCELLENT QUALITY, MONSTER BLOWN 383 V8, 4 SPD, 4 LINK, PWR STEER, GR8 PAINT A++
The 1941 Willys Coupe is an icon in the street rod scene. So when you can show up in a big bad red classic with a big bad supercharged 383 V8 that should be enough, right? Well no, when you pay for premium, you get it, too. That's why this is one of the slickest builds we've seen in our showroom.
The red paint that's grabbing all of your attention is courtesy of a true investment in a professional hand and plenty of modern clearcoat. The result is a devilishly delicious finish that looks like you dipped your coupe in candy before coming to the car show. Of course it helps that this custom build started with a premium Outlaw Performance body built on one of their extra durable chassis. But for this red devil, the details are what really count. The door handles are shaved (you open them by remote) and there's no superfluous chrome, so that keeps your focus on the iconic electric shaver grille, and that bold blower popping out of the hood. It's butter-smooth in the rear where the flush mounted panel at the bottom provides the lights when you need it, and remains sinisterly dark when you don't. Some cars try to hide their aggressive stance, but on this one, those swoopy fenders can barely contain it. The iconic Weld Draglite wheels look fantastic on the front, and the rear sport wheels are there to give strength to where the massive 18-inch wide Mickey Thompson rubber meets the road.
Open the door, and this coupe looks like a comfortable place to conduct some business. In between the low-back leather bucket seats is a custom center console that houses the Hurst shifter and AM/FM/CD stereo. The black and chrome theme continues on the door panels with bright armrests and controls for the power windows. This even flows onto the tilt steering column with three-spoke wheel. But the dash is bright red and acts as a way to focus all your attention on the full set of AutoMeter Pro-Comp gauges. They even glow red to draw your concentration at night. So you know there has to be something special under the hood, and that is a huge understatement.
We suggest grabbing some sunglasses before inspecting the engine bay. The pulleys, water pump, valve covers, alternator, hoses, and nearly every other component has been polished for an attention-grabbing shine. But while the appearance is meant to draw people in, the full build is designed to blow their doors off. That's a 350 cubic-inch V8 punched out to a 383 with a Dyers 6-71 supercharger proudly sitting on top. But this motor is a full build designed to handle a ton of extra power. That's why it has great performance components like Summit Racing aluminum heads, dual Quick Fuel four-barrel carburetors, high performance ignition system, Milodon extra large oil pan, aluminum radiator and an electric fan. The long tube performance headers feed the dual side exhaust pipes. So you'll love dialing in the rumble next to your ear using the durable Muncie-style four-speed manual transmission. This feeds the Strange SS Street Axle with Currie 9-inch rear w/4.32 gears for great power take-offs. This is a true performance package that's easy to live with thanks to features like power steering, tubular A-arm independent front suspension, and strong four-link rear end. Plus you've got unbeatable stopping power of a performance four-wheel disc brake package.
This is an amazing unbeatable street rod in every way – from its stellar appearance to the big blower V8. You know how special this high quality build is, so better get your hands on this one before it's gone! Call now!!
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- CD Player
- Leather Seats
- Tilt Wheel
- Coil-Over Suspension
- Four Wheel Disc Brakes
- Power Steering
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