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1940 Willys PickUp Racelegal.com 11-3-2010

Modified Street Quickest ET Winner: Paul Geis 1940 Willys Pick Up, RT .666, ET 7.544@89.82 MPH Watch the smokey burn outs and the wheel stand. Great looking pickup at racelegal.com 1/8 mile drag races. Thanks to american muscle show down for coming down the great raffle prizes and tickets to the event.


 


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▶ A evolução da Rural Willys
A evolução da Rural Willys no Brasil, de 1956 à 1977. Comentem... A Rural Willys é um utilitário que foi produzido pela Willys Overland nas décadas de 1950, 1960 e 1970 no Brasil. Na década de 1970, passou a ser produzida pela Ford do Brasil, que comprou a fábrica da Willys em 1967, mantendo inalterados o nome Rural e praticamente todas as características do veículo. Foi lançado nos Estados Unidos em 1946 com o nome de Jeep Station Wagon, tendo sido o primeiro veículo do tipo com a carroceria toda em metal, em contrapartida às carrocerias de madeira, então comuns. Com pequenas diferenças, foi produzido também em outros países como o Japão, onde foi fabricado pela Mitsubishi, com o nome J37 e a Argentina, onde foi fabricado pela Kaiser e é conhecido como Estanciera. O modelo brasileiro foi redesenhado em 1958 utilizando como inspiração a arquitetura moderna de Brasília, em construção na época. Este desenho acompanhou a Rural até o encerramento de sua produção em 1977. No Brasil foram produzidas versões com tração 4X4 e 4X2, com motores a gasolina de seis cilindros em linha e cilindrada de 2.6 ou 3.0 litros (opcional). O motor de 2.6 litros, ou 161 polegadas cúbicas, foi o primeiro motor a gasolina fabricado no Brasil e também equipava outros veículos da fábrica Willys, como o Jeep e o Aero. O motor 3.0, utilizando o mesmo bloco, equipava o Itamaraty. A partir do segundo semestre de 1975, até o final da produção, em 1977, a Rural foi fabricada com motor Ford, denominado OHC, de quatro cilindros e 2.3 litros de cilindrada. Em todas as versões, tinha potência aproximada de 90 hp (cavalos-vapor), adequada à época e características do veículo. A Rural Willys pode ser considerada "pai" dos atuais utilitários esportivos existentes, pois era um um veículo com espaço para a família, mas robusto e com vocações off-road Em 1961 entrou em linha a versão picape da Rural, chamada de Pick-Up Willys ou Pick up Jeep e, posteriormente, F-75. A versão militar, amplamente utilizada pelas Forças Armadas do Brasil, denominava-se F-85. Na Argentina, este modelo foi conhecido como Baqueano. Tal como o Jeep, a F-75 manteve-se em produção pela Ford do Brasil até 1981.





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