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03-22-2006 06:50 PM
TexasSpeed Thanks! That will hopefully be a big help.

It's not that I don't remember the name, but I never knew the manufacturer
03-22-2006 11:28 AM
ZipZ28 This may not be of any use to you if you can't remember the name of the company or website addy,, but if you do, this site takes regular "snapshots" of the web and archives them. If you happen to run across the name again maybe it'll help.

http://www.archive.org/
03-20-2006 06:11 PM
TexasSpeed Exactly!!!

That's what I want to know too.
03-20-2006 05:59 PM
matt167 what is the company you need info for? you never mentioned what company went under
03-20-2006 05:56 PM
TexasSpeed
Looking for defunct Manufacturer

The car I have was purchased as an un-finished project. I bought it with no reciepts or written history, but got a good deal. Couldn't pass it up. I want more info on it and would like to ask the builder some questions. It's a VERY well built car. Much better than a lot I've seen at swap meets in the same stages of construction.

Here's what I think I know:

The body, frame and complete chassis was made by a company in Arkansas. The frame is called a 'pro-street frame'.

He never made 32's, just custom 3 window Model A coupes, T-buckets and Model A roadsters.

He had a web-site about a year ago, now gone.

Anyone know anything?



He was making Willys when he went out of business.

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