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Mike Bartlett

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Try this site for starters http://www.gasserclub.com/

From the name of the website - looks like they are mostly rodded out!

Maybe they can turn you on to some stockers remaining

Good luck

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This entry is also found in the listing for clubs under Willys in Hemmings.com. . It's pretty close to your location, so maybe it could help you.

Club Name: Willys Club

Address: 705 South Clyde Avenue

City: Kissimmee

State: FL

Zip: 32741

Contact: Auto Enthusiast

Type: Independent

Make: Willys

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I've got quite a few Willy's Parts - I can trade for Model 'T' parts - Starter (Need 2), Generator, '17 Hood, and/or Tranny

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MIKE

Just happened across this info on Willys. Jeff Green NASCAR driver of the # 1 Penzoil D.E.I car is restoring a Willys at his garage. Yhese guys usually go all out when they go through this restoring bit. Never know what he may have?

Might get in touch with him. Jack

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Thank you Jack,I'll start a search to contact Jeff Green or an associate.Theres got to be just one more 33 coupe out there somewhere. regards,Mike

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Check out the Oct. 03 issue of " Collectible Automobile". There's an article on a Willys 77. They sure look good. Look lots better with big meats,392 and a huffer through the hood!

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There is a fine looking 1934 Willys Sedan Delivey in the August 2003 issue of Street Rod Builder.

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Dear Bob,Always one of my favorite cars,especially at the drags.Can see how you can fit in em for 7 or 8 seconds at a time,but how do you go for a ride longer then that? NOTHING like a 90" wheel base for some excitement at the drags. Even in a drag car the throttle is always on the other side of the tunnel,noooooooo leg room.diz <img src="http://www.aaca.org/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/laugh.gif" alt="" /> <img src="http://www.aaca.org/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/laugh.gif" alt="" /> <img src="http://www.aaca.org/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/laugh.gif" alt="" /> <img src="http://www.aaca.org/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/laugh.gif" alt="" />

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Wayne, I've never hidden the fact that I like Historic Hot Rods, ALL race cars, Brass era cars, ALL Ford products, well done Street Rods, Pre 1965 Drag Cars,Bugatti GP cars, 3 & 4 1/2 liter Bentleys, pre 1959 sports cars, and the "good" cars from the 1920's. REAL tough to get me to turn and look at anythng manufactured after 1950. The 1956 Ford pickups and chopped 49-51 Mercury Tudors being the exception. Must be getting old,the '54 Chevys are starting to look good for some reason.

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