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It's SO HARD to find a pre-war Willys car that isn't hot-rodded! I haven't seen ONE stock example yet!

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Jetster1 Featured By Owner Nov 6, 2016
Stock 1940 Willys sedan by Jetster1
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:iconthehunteroftheundead:
TheHunteroftheUndead Featured By Owner Nov 6, 2016
Where did you manage to find this? It's amazing.
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Jetster1 Featured By Owner Nov 6, 2016
Don Garlits Drag Racing Museum 
garlits.com/
vimeo.com/149236297
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HuskyMotorsports Featured By Owner Nov 3, 2016  Hobbyist Photographer
Museums and grandpa's decrepit barn.  www.americandreamcars.com/1938…
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TheHunteroftheUndead Featured By Owner Nov 3, 2016
Incredible!
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humloch Featured By Owner Edited Nov 2, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
I know the feeling, I would LOVE to have a '38 or '39 2-door sedan (or even a 4-door, a '48-'51 Jeepster, or postwar Aero-Willys)
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TheHunteroftheUndead Featured By Owner Nov 2, 2016
Yeah, those would be nice rides to have.

You know, I actually did manage to catch a 1950 Jeepster and a 1952 Aero Ace. They were both at the Watson Lake car show back in July. I never got around to posting them though. They both looked pretty original, too. That's a huge bonus. Still no stock pre-war Willys cars though. That's a real shame in my book.
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humloch Featured By Owner Nov 2, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
:) There is a '49 Jeepster in very original condition for sale where I am, this would be a good one to give a sympathetic restoration to
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TheHunteroftheUndead Featured By Owner Nov 2, 2016
Sure would be a nice project. Not too many of the old Jeepsters are left.
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