Behold my latest creation: a Pro-Street 1941 Willy's Coupe. For those who have never heard of Willy's before, they were a car company (full name Overland Willy's) that was in business before the 1950's. They are most famous for creating the original Jeep. Eventually Chrysler bought the company and decided to keep the Jeep name plate and let the Willy's name plate fade into obscurity. The early 40's Willy's coupes are particularly popular with the hotrod crowd, so much so that you would be hard pressed to find one in stock form, assuming you could find one at all. Motivation for my example is provided by a Chevy 409 V-8 with dual four barrel carburetors and velocity stacks. It is also lowered in front and has big tires on the back.
Wow... This is easily recognizable as a 41 Willy's. You did awesome in all aspects of this car- nice engine, body work, and other little details. The shape of the car is stunning- it looks really accurate. I like how you did the detail in the roof like the little split rear window, and the little mirror on the side.
Great work! Keep building!
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My hot rod was going to be one like this, (but a chevy), basic same shape, with a roof, fenders, and big long rear. But this is incredible! Great job, and some truly unique technique. Keep it up, -matthew-