1941 Willys Other Willys Models
1941 Willys Other Willys Models
Old Town Automobile & Truck Sales
(866) 942-7531

1941 Willys Other Willys Models

Car for sale by Old Town Automobile & Truck Sales in Huntingtown, Maryland 20639


Email Dealer

By using this service you accept the terms of Autotrader Specialty's Visitor Agreement.

Classic Car Overview

Stunning best describes this glass body Willys sitting on full custom square tube chassis, powered by a 350 CI small block Chevy engine with dual quads and MSD ignition system, turbo 400 automatic transmission, 9-inch rear with 3:70 gears, 4-link rear suspension with coil over shocks, independent front suspension with tubular A arms coil over shocks and rack-n-pinion steering, Billet Specialties street lite wheels, custom interior with tilt wheel power windows, remote entry, AutoMeter Gauges, car is in great shape, fully serviced, drive anywhere.

Show More

Vehicle Specifications

  • VIN
  • Classic Car ID
  • Stock Number
  • Category
  • Body Style
  • New/Used
  • Mileage
    7,028 miles
  • Engine
  • Transmission
    Turbo 400 Automatic

Classic Car Buyer's Tools

Shipping & Transport

Immediately receive a quote to get your new classic car delivered right to your driveway from Autotrader’s trusted Classic Transport Partner ShipYourCarNow.  Click Now!


J.J. BEST BANC & CO., 800.USA.1965 is the largest lender of its type in the country -- providing financing for collector cars, boats and aircrafts. J.J. Best offers low rates, long terms, and no prepayment penalties. Visit our website at www.jjbest.com or call 800.USA.1965 to receive an quick approval. Need to refinance or insurance? We can help you with that too! Click here

Appraisals & Inspections

For the latest and most reliable Classic and Collectible Car prices, values, production numbers and local car clubs, always trust NADAguides.com. Get more info


Considering buying a new classic? Get a quote before you buy. Agreed value, lowest rates. Go with Grundy Insurance, www.Grundy.com or 888-647-8636 Get Quotes Now

Suspect Fraud?