Stone Woods Cookie 1941 Willys
1941 Willys coupe gasser. The first coupe flipped off its trailer on the way home from the 1961 Nats, and a duplicate was built. The second car featured the same custom tube grille, blue and white Eddie Martinez upholstery and a blown Olds engine. In 1975 Joe Trolio of Avondale, Pennsylvania owned the car. Joe had turned it into a street rod. In 1982 Mike Cook debuted the restored version of the car. Pat Ganahl did a story on it that appeared in Hot Rod Magazine October 1982.
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