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Old 04-24-2007, 10:19 AM
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Hello. I'm a old time hot rodder. My first car was a 37 Chevy coupe in 1958. I had had a variety of cars sense then. I do part time restorations and street rod building. I only have three cars at this time. A 1936 Willys 4 door Phaeton "Australian body" street rod. A 1951 Chevy 2 dr hdt street rod. and a all original 1955 T Bird. I'm called the "Coyote" by my friends.

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Old 04-24-2007, 10:30 AM
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Dang, put up some pics! That Willys must be rare in the states. I always like those early chev hardtops, not many were ever around here.
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Old 04-24-2007, 10:50 AM
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Welcome to the site Lauren Porsch. That is quite the stable of cars you have there. I'm sure that you must have a "howling" good time in them. It would be nice if you post some pics as we do like pics on this site.

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1936 Willys

Hello Guys. I'm having soom problems with my photos. Hope this image shows up. The Coyote[IMG]1936 Willys[/IMG]

Holden body works of Australia had chassis, fenders, and hoods shipped to them from several American auto manufactures. Chevy, Ford, Willys. This 36 4 dr phaeton is one of three know to exist. One is a restored car in Canada, one is an unrestored car in Queensland Australia, and this one. This car came over as a parts body for the restored car in Canada. All that was left of this Phaeton was the cowl, 4 door skins, and the rear half of the body. These were hand built bodies with wood frames. I had to collect fenders, running boards, hood, and frame for all over the county. I worked on this project for four years. I had to build all the floors, door frames rear interfenders. The car is running a 355cu in 671 blown Chevy. turbo 400, all aluminum custom built 9" ford with locker. Front suspension is independent. 4 wheel disc. all around. The soft top is removable. This car is fast and a hoot to drive.
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Great looking Willys!!!! Looks like you have the pics posting figured out. Sometimes the images file sizes are too big and you may have to resize them to upload them to the forums.
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