Engine Parts: Dart Big "M" block, Eagle crank and rods, Comp Cams blower roller cam, with fully ported and polished Merlin 320 heads, topped off with a 871 super charger and two 850's, (around 1000hp).
Transmission: Tremek TKO 600 5-speed
Suspension: 4-link, tubular a-arms
Steering Wheel: Flaming River
Steering Column: Flaming River
Pedals: self made
Audio & Electronics
1941 Willys pickup. So far; It has a custom Autoweld 2×4 pro street chassis, with a narrowed fab-9 housing 35 spline Moser axles, 4-link suspension, Autoweld featherlite tubular a-arms up front, with Alden billet coil overs on all four corners, Willwood disc brakes with all stainless lines, all around, flaming river polished stainless tilt column and steering shafts and joints, and rack unit. The body has suicide doors, the floor was raised 1 1/2 inches, firewall moved back roughly 8 inches. It has a full cage (not done yet), smoothed out dash and firewall, with Autometer ultra lite gauges, the bed has 14 inches taken off. The front wheels are 15×4 1/2 ET 10 spokes, the rears are 15×14 Drag stars with 31×18.5 Hoosiers. The engine is a Scott Shafferoff 540 ci, with Dart Big “M” block, Eagle crank and rods, Comp Cams blower roller cam, with fully ported and polished Merlin 320 heads, topped off with a 871 super charger and two 850’s, (around 1000hp). The ignition is MSD billet dist. with a MSD-7AL3 set up. The transmission is a Tremek TKO 600 5-speed with hydraulic clutch.
History of this Vehicle
I purchased it about 5 years ago from another Hubgarage member, who builds street rods for a living, Bill Barnes.
Plans for this Vehicle
Car shows, Rod runs, and drive it!
Sponsors & Special Thanks
My wife, for letting me pursue my dream of building a Willy’s