My dad used to have a 57, I think, Willy's 4x4 wagon
with the flathead 6. I used to think about buying it
from him and updating to one of Chevy's later V6's. I
also saw a hot rod at a custom car show in Spokane 2
years ago with a 4.3l V6 installed. Plenty of power
and smaller (hopefully easier to install). Some food
--- Jake Heaton <email@example.com> wrote:
> I just spoke with my uncle today, and the Willys is
> mine! It's a 47 that is
> all original. The only problem is it is missing a
> hood, motor, and a trany.
> The motor and trany is not problem cuz I'd like to
> put in what ever I want.
> The hood may or may not be, I'll have to do some
> research. Thanks for all the
> creative responces. I didn't ever think that I'd
> rake up this much responce!
> Old trucks are just in my blood now, and there will
> NEVER be anything I can do
> about it!
> Jake Heaton
> 1953 GMC Panel truck (Rod Project)
> 1947 Willys Panel Truck (NEW)
> Preston, Idaho
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