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Thread: Is That A Willys Wagon?? 1956 Willys Project

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    Decision whether to sale this whole project will not take long now....

    Added a couple more pics to this original update; 'hanging in there'. That transfer case, up against driver side frame rail But I believe it is all going to be a 'Go' on installation. No longer for sale:-) Next up is mounting it to the chassis.
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    I think we need to keep leaning on TJ until he gets himself a wagon or a truck to go along with the Orange Crate... I can only imagine what plant he would use in a longer wheelbase vehicle. His Crate is wicked as it is with the V6, but a little more room within the larger chassis would leave an endless array of possibilities. For some reason I have images of a build that would rival the Little Red Wagon or the HEMI under Glass Wheel standers.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dodge_Little_Red_Wagon
    https://www.hemiunderglass.com/

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    I think TJ wants jb's now! That big Cummins fits like a glove.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gmwillys View Post
    I think we need to keep leaning on TJ until he gets himself a wagon or a truck to go along with the Orange Crate... I can only imagine what plant he would use in a longer wheelbase vehicle. His Crate is wicked as it is with the V6, but a little more room within the larger chassis would leave an endless array of possibilities. For some reason I have images of a build that would rival the Little Red Wagon or the HEMI under Glass Wheel standers.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dodge_Little_Red_Wagon
    https://www.hemiunderglass.com/
    You guys have me thinking now, What's Next

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    Yes it does Bob, fit like a glove that is

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    I have my eye on a 37 Ford Pickup Street Rod a guy has, it is the same guy I got the Orange Crush from. His wife called me the other day and asked if I was interested in it, I will post some pictures of it when she sends them over
    JB you are doing a Fine Job on yours that is a Fact!!!!

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    TJ, sorry I kept referring to Orange Crush as Crate... Blonde moment I suppose.

    A '37 Ford pickup.....cool for sure! Flat head V8 with a blower would be even cooler! What plant does it have currently?
    JB's 4BT Cummins will be a torque monster for sure! This build is going to be great! The extended wheel base will make the wagon ride like a dream.

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    Ahh the Orange Crate... a late 1960's era Schwinn bicycle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bmorgil View Post
    Ahh the Orange Crate... a late 1960's era Schwinn bicycle.
    With training wheels

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