This 1941 Willys Prostreet coupe is a dual-quad big block machine with four-wheel discs, a performance-built frame, huge rear tires, a feature-filled A/C interior, and beautiful two-tone paint. That means it's the premium build that has your full wish list already ready to go.
You're looking at a build with less than 8900 miles on it. And so the premium fiberglass body is beautifully finished with clean and tight lines that show off just how this coupe uses its curves to hide the .....
full aggression that's within. Of course, it doesn't take much to see the full power that's on display with shotgun-style double-barrel air intake and the awesome stance from the extra-wide rear tires. But more than just pure performance, you'll like this for the way it has a premium style over every inch. The teardrop-shaped headlights and electric shaver grille put one of the most unique classic faces forward. The doors fit flush and the handles have been removed so nothing gets in the way of the iconic crease that meets the rear fender. And the rear continues the sleek style with the frenched license plate, frenched antenna, and LED tail lights stylishly mounted in the rear valance. It's all wrapped in a cream and peach two-tone that has extra luster from a pearlescent glow. So the sunlight really loves to show off the build's full quality.
The remote door openers on the key fob are always a nice touch, and they give way to a full custom and comfortable setup. The tan has a tasteful style. You'll also notice nice details like the Willys script in the seatbacks, and the exterior peach returns on the dash, custom door panels, and seat piping of uniform appearance. While the outside was built for speed and slickness, you can tell the investment inside was all about comfort. Well-bolstered bucket seats, power driver's seat, power windows, an AM/FM/CD/XM stereo with fold-out screen, and cold-blowing R134a air conditioning mean this is a great place to spend some time. Of course, the Budnik steering wheel on a tilt column, B&M Quick Silver shifter, and a dash dominated by crisp Classic Instruments gauges also tell your senses this one is ready for performance.
The engine bay has the look of a detailed build, and some of the best parts add function, too. This includes the cast aluminum valve covers with Willys script etched on them, steel braided lines w/AN fittings, upgraded brackets/pulleys on a serpentine belt system, and an aluminum radiator w/electric fan. At the heart is a 454 cubic-inch big block filling the engine bay. The V8 has been enhanced with performance goodies such as dual Holley four-barrel carburetors, an Edelbrock tunnel ram intake, and long tube headers feeding into the Cherry Bomb style dual exhaust. This big power motor utilizes a stout TH400 three-speed automatic that sends power to the reinforced rear end. But don't just read about this, look at the undercarriage shots. There you will see more great upgrades like the color-matched performance-built reinforced frame, Mustang II-style independent front suspension, and four-link adjustable coilover rear. All this means the chassis and suspension are strong enough to handle the power made by the monster V8. And when it comes time to stop, the four-wheel disc brake package will have you in complete control.
This Willys is thoughtful, powerful, loaded, and all-around fun. So don't let the ultimate symbol of custom hot rodding slip away. Call today!!!