Look at this...a vehicle that had just been built when gas, sugar, tires and more were rationed and the big three were retooling to build everything from bombers to tanks! This 1941 Willys Americar model 441 spent its time in Waterloo Iowa during WWII and has since been brought back to great condition and is ready to be driven and enjoyed! The Americar was only made for 2 years making this is a quite rare car. This 4 door sedan is all steel including fenders and has been repainted in a beautiful 2 tone burgundy paint scheme. The interior was redone at the same time as the exterior and is also in very nice condition with no rips or tears in the upholstery on the seats or matching door cards. The dash is painted to match with an original speedometer and gage cluster that is in working condition. There is the underdash heater installed in the car although it has not been hooked up yet so no fluids have run through it and it's in like new condition. This rare classic is still powered by the "Go Devil" inline 4 cylinder just as it would have been when it left the Toledo, Ohio assembly plant. This car has been owned in Iowa all it's life with the current owner having it for the past 30+ years. It is now time to find a new home to take it out and drive it like it should be and there has not been many miles put on since it's restoration. During the restoration some filler was used on the inner rockers and rear pan which you can see in a couple of the underside pictures that are listed. If you're looking to own a piece of automotive history give us a call...Jay or Jeff at 507-386-1726 or email "firstname.lastname@example.org" ALL REASONABLE OFFERS AND TRADES WILL BE CONSIDERED...FINANCING IS AVAILABLE.