Part Of The Week
July 28th, 2014
n 1933 Willys came out with a little 134.2″ 4-banger that produced abour 48 hp. After WWII The king of windshields, George DuVall, decided it needed some engine hop up parts and created what you see before you, an overhead valve setup. By the time tooking was finished and hundreds of orders were taken Willys decided to introduce a 72 hp F Head version for ’49 at about half the $175 price George was asking so by by one 80 hp cool setup. About six were cast and we know of two that still exist.