1933 Willys Custom

Technical specifications of Willys Custom 1933

Price: US $25,000.00
Item location: Burbank, California, United States
Make: Willys
Model: Custom
Year: 1933
Mileage: 6,700
Color: BLACK
Engine size: CHEVY 355
Number of cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: AUTOMATIC
Interior color: BLACK/RED
Drive side: Left-hand drive
Vehicle Title: Clear
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Car description

The 1933 Willys body rolled off the assembly line as a four door sedan. It has been chopped (roof lowered) 5 inches, and channeled (body lowered over the chassis) 4 inches. Six point roll bar built by Morse Performance, Burbank.

Weight: 2340 lbs.

Engine: Chevrolet 355 cubic inches, balanced and blueprinted, 8.9:1 compression


Camshaft: Chevrolet "Hot" roller cam

Lifters: Stock Chevrolet roller hydraulic

Heads: DART, Aluminum 72 cc combustion chambers

Comp Cams 1.6:1 stainless steel roller rocker arms.

Blower: Weiand 177, running roughly 2 to 1 ratio.

Carburetor: Holley 750 cfm "double pumper”, w/mechanical secondaries,

referenced to boost instead of vacuum.

Fuel Pump: 160 gallons per hour Mallory electric.

Transmission: General Motors Turbo 400 with "Transgo" internals. Built by "”, Sun Valley, CA

"Dice" 3500 RPM stall speed torque converter.

"B & M" racing shifter (w/reverse lock out).

Differential: "Moser”, Narrowed Ford 9”, 4:11 to 1 ratio, Limited Slip.

Rear Suspension: 4-link, Summit Coil over, double adjustable shocks.

Rear wheels Weld Racing, 15 inches diameter, 14 inches wide.

Rear tires, Mickey Thompson 31X18RX15 (18 inches wide), Drag Radials

Front wheels, Weld Racing 15 inch diameter, 4 inches wide.

Front tires, Mickey Thompson 26 x 6R15.

Front Suspension: 1933 Willys, but with modern Rack and Pinion Steering.

Mid-sized, 1980's General Motors car front Disc Brakes. (New kingpins)

Best Quarter Mile Drag Race Time, after driving it to the track, with street tires, and with the baffles still in the zoomie headers: 11.74 seconds, 119 miles per hour.

Recently added: Mickey Thompson Drag racing radial rear tires, and Water/Methanol injection system. Begins injection at 2 lbs. of boost, and progressively increases volume of methanol mixture until all in at 7 lbs. of boost. I believe it should now run in the low 11's or high 10's.

Car has a 6 point roll bar NHRA legal to 11.00 second ¼ mile time, and a 5 point racing harness good until June 2020.

Also included is an almost new set of Mickey Thompson Rear tires, 32X22RX15 (22 inches wide, seen in several photos), and a set of ceramic coated street headers which are a little quieter than the zoomies.

I have never been pulled over by the police while driving this car on the street.

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