Willys Coupe ProStreet

  • Built by Dennis Witt
  • GM 383 CI stroker crate engine
  • GM 700R4 Automatic transmission
  • 48 Chevrolet taillights
  • IDA automotive chrome grille
  • BDS blower
  • MSD 6 AL ignition
  • Custom made headers with jet hot coating
  • 3 core steel radiator (runs engine at 185 constantly)
  • BMW seats with tweed and vinyl throughout
  • Shaved door handles
  • House of Colors, Chartreuse Neon basecoat
  • Chassis by IDA automotive
  • Pro street tubbed
  • 9″ for H axles (narrowed rear end)
  • Adjustable 4 link rear suspension

The venerable 1941 Willys always makes a great basis for rodding, but this is one that simply cannot be ignored at either street or strip. Built by Dennis Witt of IDA Automotive, it strikes at the visual level first with stunning House of Colors Chartreuse Neon base coat and wild Burgundy flames, the polished blower mounting twin Holleys, sizeable rear rubber tucked up inside tubbed wheelwells and a set of wheelie bars. The colorfest continues inside with multicolored tweed and vinyl upholstery on the doors, carpet and BMW seats. That wild induction system feeds a 383 CI GM stroker small block using MSD ignition and custom Jet Hot-coated headers, and cooled by an efficient 3-core steel radiator. The IDA Automotive chassis utilizes an adjustable 4-link rear suspension for maximum hookups.

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