Lot #TBA030
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This entire car, which is registered and titled with as a 1941 Willys, was hand-built: the body, chassis, electrical, glass and more. Some of the best components that can be bought are in this build. Power is supplied by a 1957 392ci HEMI engine bored .030 over and sporting 1955 "Triple Nickel" 331 HEMI cylinder heads, heavily ported and O-ringed to ensure seal, with 2.100 intake valves and 2.060 exhausts. Billet Specialties purple rocker arms and stands, Donovan valve covers, Molnar billet steel H-beam connecting rods, custom J&E blower pistons, and forged steel HEMI crankshaft on the heavily worked 392ci HEMI block. Also features a Herbert Cams custom grind cam, and Lunati springs with 250 pounds on the seat and 550 pounds open. Has Crane titanium retainers and locks, SCE solid copper heads gaskets, Hot Heads water crossover and blower manifold with pop-off valve, a custom thermostat housing and Entropy custom radiator with dual fan controller system. All Jones Racing black anodized drive accessories, belts, pulleys, hoses, fittings and fuel filter. Hilborn custom mechanical 4-port fuel-injection with a highly modified custom primer system for starting and amazing street drivability. Enderle 80A mechanical fuel pump. Black anodized 8MM GT pulleys and Gates belt. Rudy Petra 871 blower with hard anodized rotors, Teflon stripped with air locks. Custom-built Hankins Fender Zoomies and custom exhaust tips. The fuel cell was hand-built with a 2 Much Fabrication tank vent. A Chris Alston Chassisworks customized Eliminator II chassis, Fab 9-inch rear end, Strange Pro HD billet center section, Strange 3.89 gears, Strange helical posi-traction unit with chromoly 1350 yolk and Strange 35 spline axles. Chassisworks rack & pinion steering with a Pinto-style box and Flaming River tilt column. Custom-built TH400 transmission with manual valve body by Donnie French with PTC (2500-2800 stall) converter, and Derale remote thermostat/fan-controlled cooler and pan. Wilcap adapter kit and starter from 392 to TH400. B&M Black Stealth series Pro Ratchet shifter. Alston tubular front control arms and suspension, Chassisworks Varishock double adjustable coilovers and springs all the way around. Wilwood 12-inch discs are tucked behind all four Mickey Thompson street radials with 31x18.50-15s in the rear, and 17x4.5s up front enveloping the Weld V series rims. Custom-made Classic Instruments gauges and Ron Francis wiring. The entire interior is custom-built out of sheet metal. The Willys color theme is machine-brushed aluminum and black. All the trim, emblems, handles and gauge trim rings are authentic black chrome. The car runs on 89 octane pump gas and sounds like a top fuel car.