Links West Coast Willys Club



Greg Lane Racing Scoops-Iowa

Southern California Car Club Council-West Coast Willys Club is a Charter Member

Chris Hick's Rod Plans for Gassers and Street Rods

1933 willys coupe body, 1940 willys coupe body, 1941 willys coupe body, austin healey doors

Kay's Kustom Metal Works

Willys Works New York     Manufacturer of '37/'38  Willys Fiberglass Front Ends

Chuck Finders Engineering Race Cars by Chuck Finders Chuck Finders Race Cars

Chuck Finders  Finders Fibrication

American Gasser Builder of '33 and '41 Willys Fiberglass Cars

800 Auto Art

Bonica Graphix-Eddie the Cruiser

Willys Overland Knight Registry WOKR

Antique Auto Fasteners & Hardware, Guy (Chuck) Close, 811 Oceanhill Drive, Huntington Beach, Ca 92648  714 553-8111 Cell  714 969-9161   No Email or Web Site Mail Orders by phone anytime Warehouse hours by appointment

GASSER Magazine

Jr Thompson

Auto Transportation-Brunette's Auto Transport Inc. Mira Loma, Ca-Socal, Southern Nevada and Arizona

Overland Design.....Willys Shirts and Stuff

Over Drive Hot Rod News

Willys Downunder Club

Sneed Insurance Classic Car Insurance NSRA


Willys Cars & Parts, '33-'42  Leon S. Styborski 66 Sherry Drive, Depew, NY 14043 716 668-4841


          Willys Hot Rods by Auto Classics Mentor, Ohio

Hot Rod Vendor Lists.....courtesy of the National T-Bucket Alliance Web Page


Willys Replacement Parts

Hi Mike

I have enjoyed your efforts to get all the info and pictures out to the many Willys enthusiasts. Actually for me it is really nice to see all the interest in the prewar Willys today. No one 50 years ago would have had any idea that the lowly Willys would become so treasured and popular. In fact 50 years ago very few thought that the Willys were attractive.

This note is to ask if your could add my website to the West Coast Willys page. The address is New converts are coming along all the time and I hope that I can show them that the book has a lot of history information that they could find interesting.

Attached is a picture of my "Supercharged Gas Coupes" book. Of the 8 books I have published that book has sold the most copies. The best part for me has been all the guys I have talked with and heard from about the old drag racing days. The racing was a lot of fun.

Also attached is a picture of my Willys now. It is the same car that I raced from 1959 to 1972 in the B/G Supercharged class. It has been converted back to being a street rod.

Good luck with your efforts and enjoy your pickup.

Best regards  -  Don Montgomery