1941 Willys Coupe for sale at Gateway Classic Cars in our Detroit showroom
1941 Willy Coupe for sale in our Detroit Showroom. This 1941 Willy Coupe
for sale is custom painted Viper Red. This hot rod has a fiberglass body
power by a 468 Cubic Inch Chevy big block with a Crane roller! The engine
of this 1941 Willy Coupe for sale has a B&M Mega Blower with two Boost referenced Holley 750's, 1 SRP pistons,
forged Eagle rods, a steel crank, ported and polished 502 marine heads. The
engine on this monster is Dynoed at an impressive 709
horse power! Talk about speed that is speed for ya! The drive train on this
1941 Willy Coupe includes a trick turbo
350 transmission with a 3500 stall and a 4.10 Currie, 9" Ford rear end.
This Coupe 4 wheel disc brakes all around. The chassis on this 1941 Coupe
is smoothed and channeled to the body with widened frame rails. The front
suspension includes: polished IFS by Heidt's with shock waves by Air Ride
Technologies ( You can set the front ride height). The rear suspension is a
custom 4 link by Chris Alston with Aldan Coilovers. This 1941 has American
Racing rims complimented with BF Goodrich front radials and Mickey Thompson
Pro Street radials. The Exhaust system
on the 1941 Willy Coupe hot rod sounds amazing with a combination of HPC
Shorty headers with stainless steel pipes and Borla mufflers. There is a
billet tilt steering wheel in this 1941 hot rod. This Coupe has Vintage Air
A/C, Pioneer AM/FM/CD. The interior in this monster 1941 Coupe is a
combination of Tan leather and suede by a company called Bitchin Stichin
Not only has this amazing 1941 Willy Coupe been on the cover of Southern
Rodder but also won many awards such as Best Chevy Super Engine, Best of
show, Best paint, Super Chevy Gold Class Winner, and Boyd Coddington's Pro
Pick This 1941 Ford Coupe for sale is located in our Dearborn Showroom, and
can be seen at www.gatewayclassiccars.com, or call 313-982-3100 for
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Blown EFI 41 Willys
All STEEL 41 Willys Coupe, Blown, EFI, 110 race gas, With Dual Mags,
1000+hp, 426 hemi, INDY MAXX Heads, 871, Interior done by Rich Santana
designs, More Videos will be uploaded shortly now that car is completed.
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Starting the '41 Willys for the First Time - Blown 383!
This vehicle is featured in Chapter 8 of Automotive Electrical Performance
Projects. Specifically, I illustrate how to install a complete Painless 18
circuit universal wiring harness, as well as a supplemental auxiliary power
system. This is one of the largest chapters in the book and you'll learn
all kinds of tips, tricks, and techniques.
At the time I did the original work, the owner was undecided on which
engine he would purchase. Now that the engine is installed (a Smeding
Blown 383), he was dying to hear it. We filled the bowls of the carbs with
fuel and let it run until they were empty. Yeah, I'm thinking 685hp should
be enough to motivate this 2,400 pound car!
We shot this with my iPhone so don't be too critical of the video quality.
Also, the center console is not finished yet, so I plugged in the switch
panel and laid it on the floor.