DIECAST MODELS,REPLICAS,TOYS,COLLECTIBLES
1933 WILLYS GASSER
STONE, WOODS & COOK
Precision Miniatures
Die Cast Replica
Stone, Woods & Cook
33 Willys Gasser A/GS "Dark Horse"

1:18 EXACT SCALE MODEL
FOR THE ADULT COLLECTOR
LIMITED EDITION
ONE OF 1750 WORLDWIDE
Manifactured under license of Willys and
DaimlerChrysler Corporation
VERY RARE AND HARD TO FIND
  • Die Cast Body
  • Removable Hood and Opening Doors
  • Rollcage
  • Steerable Wheels
  • Cloth Seatbelts
  • Detailed Engine Wiring
  • Hoses & Belts
  • Rubber Tires
  • High Gloss Paint
  • Detailed Printed Graphics and Photo
    Etched Details
$280
Chuck Finders was one of the West Coast’s top drivers and builders of Willys
Gassers. At the 1962 NHRA Winter nationals, he took A/GS in the Hirshfield
Automotive-sponsored, Dodge-powered ’33 Willys. For 1963, he teamed with
Eddie Thompson to field the Willys with an unblown-Chevy to become the
fastest A/G with speeds of 128 mph and a 10.75 second e.t. Late in ’63, he
joined with Stone Woods and Cook to field his ’33 Willys with one of SW&C’s
400 cu. in. blown Olds engines. The car was named the “Dark Horse”.

During this time, he stood-in for several of SW&C’s commitments and was
matched with the “Big John” Mazmanian’s ’41 Willys at the ’64 Bakersfield
Smokers Meet where he turned a 10.50, but blew the big Olds. His
relationship with the SW&C team lasted five months and came to an end as
Doug Cook and Tim Woods realized that it took Chrysler power to be
successful in A/GS. This car eventually became the Altizer Finders & Kibler
“World’s Fastest and Quickest Chevy-powered A/GS”.

Commentary by BILL BENNET
Highly Detailed Die -Cast Models for the Adult Collector