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Check out an amazing car – an all-aluminum Willys Coupe – with photos and details sent to me by Jim Senkewitz.

Check this out… a hand-formed all-aluminum Willys Coupe! It’s amazing what some people can do with an English rolling wheel, sheet metal brake and a lot of skill and knowledge. No, he is not going to paint it. I love the polished flames! (Look closely). This is Walt Austin’s aluminum Willys Coupe at Jim Hume’s shop, south of Bellingham, Washington.

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11 Responses to All-Aluminum Willys Coupe

  1. Steven McPherson says:

    It would certainly be nice to see some specs about cars like this Willies.

  2. Bruce says:

    What kind of powerplant is that. It looks like Mickey Thompson rocker covers on hemi heads?

  3. Ken says:

    Engine has to be an early Hemi since the distributor is in the back.

  4. Hi, this was forwarded to me by an employee, and I’m wondering if it would be OK if we did a little thing on our internal website about it and linked back to you. Thanks!!

  5. John Buske says:

    Is it clearcoated and if not what do you use to keep it from corrision?

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