1933 Willys Model 77 Coupe Custom Cruiser Street Rod Hot Rod Gasser Drag Racing

1933 Willys Model 77 Coupe

Make: Willys
Model: Model 77
Type: Coupe
Trim: Coupe
Year: 1933
Mileage: 9,999
VIN: J59S106265
Color: Metallic "Intense Blue" with ghost flames
Engine: 454 Chevrolet passenger car big block
Cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Turbo 400 3 speed automatic
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Grey with blue highlights
Drive side: Left-hand drive
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Vida, Oregon, United States
Power Locks, Power Windows

Description for Willys Model 77 1933

1933 WILLYS Model 77Street RodCoupe

Now offered for sale by its Private *Owner

Designed to be a drivable Street Rod for Cruising and Showing that features the following :

ØFiberglass body (street version) with tilt front end, suicide doors, metal running boards!, the iconic rear spare tire inset with Willys graphic, widened rear fenders and rolled rear body pan. Hood, door, and truck handles all removed for a smoother look.

ØTommy Carr (former Oakland Roadster Show winner) applied striking custom metallic “intense blue” paint with subtle pearl multi colored ghost flames, pin striping, and several graphic highlights. That, when combined with the chrome components, gives the car an eye-popping appearance that exemplifies the hot rod look that makes this ’33 Willys coupe a real crowd pleaser.

ØElectric windows and door openers. Manual trunk opener. HD door hinges

ØPolished Centerline wheels (Ford bolt pattern) for the true classic hot rod look

ØChrome ’33 Willys grill, Willys Replacement Parts headlight bezels, hood side vents, and ’48 Chevy taillights

ØCustom grey with blue piping upholstery for both the full interior with headliner and the trunk as well.

ØAdjustable sliding bucket seats with seat belts

ØTilt steering column with custom wrapped steering wheel

ØCustom fiberglass shifter housing with graphics and ball milled and polished aluminum shifter selector plate for the chromed floor shifter lever

Ø"Suicide door" safety pin locks that can both be controlled electrically or manually

ØAutoMeter gauges in a custom polished aluminum dash instrument panel, chromed windshield wiper control, and floor mounted Willys turn and emergency signal selector

ØBillet aluminum accessories including center, right, and left rear view mirrors, door openers, pedals, and other levers

ØCustom designed 1933Willys 2X3 mild steel frame with a hidden tubular safety shoulder loop and vertical support bars

ØDropped spindle tubular straight front axle with transverse elliptical spring, chrome split parallel radius rods, Pro SM300 chrome shocks, and power assisted disc brakes. All bushings and grommets replaced recently

Ø Dana 60 rear end with cruising 3:70 gears, chrome rear end cover, coil-over adjustable QA1 aluminum shocks, chrome adjustable 4-link suspension bars, panhard bar, and power assisted disc brakes. All bushings and grommets replaced recently.

Ø454 cu. in. big block Chevy engine (75-90 passenger car) with:

o Holley 4160 750 cfm 4 barrel carburetor (recently rebuilt) sitting atop an aluminum manifold with heat isolation plate

o Polished aluminum valve covers,

o Chromed intake air filter cover and oil dip stick

o Mild Comp camshaft

o Mallory distributor with Petronix electronic ignition plus a Fireball coil

o Aluminum radiator with fan shroud and polished aluminum overflow/vent tank.

o All fluids were recently changed.

ØSummit electric continuous flow fuel pump, two inline filters, adjustable pressure regulator with a fuel pressure gauge to insure proper fuel flow all combine to deliver gas through new fuel lines to the Holley 750 cfm carburetor

ØExhaust from the engine is initially handled by heat coated Sanderson headers, followed by 3” exhaust pipes and mufflers culminating with chrome turned down tips. Combined they make for that powerful “street rod sound” that matches the ’33 Willys appearance

ØRear mounted (almost new) battery with external battery on/off switch and charging lugs

ØTurbo 400 transmission with a shift kit and chrome pan, transfer the power to the rear end via a balanced drive shaft.

ØTrunk mounted 17 gallon Jaz fuel tank with external mounted filter and vent

ØBright polished Centerline Wheels with Goodyear Eagle 195/60R15 front tires and rear 29X15.5X15 Mickey Thompson Street Pro tires.

**(The owner/seller of this 1933 Willys street rod is Mel “Doc” Bryson of “Bryson and Sons Racing” who raced ’33 Willys cars in A/GS (gas) from 1968-1971 and then again in AA/GS or AA/S (alcohol) from 1992-2003. He was runner-up at the Denver 1993 World Gasser Championship, in 1995 at Indy he set all NHRA & Goodguys drag racing MPH and ET records for modern era "Gassers", as well as setting numerous other tack records while winning many races across the Western United States before retiring from active drag racing)

At age 72, with long term health issues and other projects now at hand, it is time to pass on this outstanding classic street rod cruiser for another car enthusiast to enjoy.

This reasonably priced 1933 Willys Street Rod is a gorgeous head turner that is fun to drive to Cruise-ins and Show & Shines. With decades of history as one of hot rodders and racers favorite cars it is sure to maintain or increase its value while being enjoyed by its new owner.

*** Seller encourages inspections prior to purchase

*** Please see the payment and shipping details

***Seller reserves the right to end the offer to sell before end of this eBay listing

*** No trades accepted.*** All sales are final with no returns accepted