1933 Willys Gasser **NEW ARRIVAL** CALL US TODAY!! REAL Brasher & Cummings Willys!! Campaigned During the '60s GASSER WARS! Held Numerous Drag Racing Records! Runs FANTASTIC! Centerfold and Feature in Goodguys May 2013 Goodtimes Gazette!! Passion Pearl with Gold Leaf Side lettering and Lace Body Accents, over a Caged Custom Aluminum Interior. Blown 392 Hemi paired to a Torqueflight Automatic. Features Include Aldan Adjustable Coilover Suspension, 5.11:1 Gears with a Spool, Real Halibrand Mag Wheels. Wheelie Bars with Simpson Parachutes. Simpson 5 point Harnesses. Roof is chopped 6 inches, front fenders narrowed 2 inches. This was a no expense spared build to restore the 1968 BC Gasser. It is spectacularly beautiful, and runs fantastic. You will not find another car like this one! It has a large amount of documentation chronicling the history of the car. Some of that history is offered here in this ad for reference. This is the Real Brasher and Cummings Gasser that was built in the early 1960's by Billy Brasher and Virgil Cummings. During its early career it was a stock bodied 1933 Willys powered by a 302 Chevrolet that was fed by six two barrel carbs and a 4 speed transmission. The car was nicknamed 'BC', and quickly became associated with the BC Comic strip that centered around a cartoon caveman. In 1967 Gassers quickly became wildly popular, and BC was right in the middle of it all. At this time the car was running a Blown Big Block Chevy in AG/S Class. During this period the Chassis was upgraded, while Tony Del Rio Chopped the top, and painted the car its now iconic color. As BC was constantly upgraded, the car remained incredibly competitive in AG/S. Terry Rose would join the team, and in doing so provide the car with a Blown and Fuel Injected 392 Hemi. According to Cummings, BC ran its best speed of 168 MPH with the Blown Big Block Chevy, but would run its all time best E.T of 8.36 with Hemi Power. The car was fast, incredibly good looking, and always a crowd favorite! BC would garner many sponsors including Vic Hubbard who would put the car on the cover of their 1970 Catalog. In the 1970's Funny Cars became far more popular than Gassers, with their much faster E.T.'s. BC would be retired, and sold, but continued in Bracket Racing. This was the period that saw BC Receive its 'Pure Hell' Valve covers. It would ultimately be painted Red, and renamed 'Flirtin' with Disaster' It would eventually find its way into the hands of Jim Tipper who had intended to restore the car to its former glory. Unfortunately during a test pass in 1987 the car was totaled and it was left to sit until Jim, who was a business owner, rancher, and Family man could get to the restoration. Over the next twenty years the car was painstakingly restored to its 1968 Vintage appearance. In 2011 the car would roar to life, retaining its steel body, Hemi Powerplant, Torqueflight Transmission, and Olds Rear end. The car may have been retired from racing, but it looks, and runs every bit as good as it did during that 1968 season so long ago. This is an incredibly special car. Part of Dan Mershons personal Collection. The car has been incredibly well maintained and cared for over the years. For any serious buyers who want more detailed information, Please call (937)605-1505 We KNOW our cars because We OWN our cars! Call today for more information! Financing and Door to Door Delivery Available, We take trades! Call Today! Now Accepting ALL Trades... Of Course We Prefer Corvettes and Classics, What Do You Have?
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