Dennis has a whole fleet of fine cars. The one pictured here is a 1933 Willys X-Drag Car made street legal.
Dennis does drive it everywhere it goes.
The Willys may not have all the luxury of some cars, but I can tell by the look on his face that he enjoys driving it.
Dennis is a fabricator extraordinaire! For twenty-five years he built race cars in Wisconsin and was inducted
into their racing Hall of Fame a couple of years ago, something he’s quite proud of and rightfully so.
In 1996 Dennis switched his efforts over to building Hot Rods. Watch him at a car show, you might say he has more fun than anyone there.
He thoroughly enjoys his cars and sharing them with others.
His ’33 Willys has a ’56 Mercury 292 engine with an Edelbrock intake manifold and six, yes, count them, six Stromberg 97 carburetors.
You think you have trouble adjusting just one carburetor, try six! The taillights are from a ’39 Buick.
The front axle is a Willy’s axle, but the quick change rear end was home built by Dennis.
He builds all kinds of parts, including the custom made headlights, radiator, exhaust, two inch by three
inch box frame and numerous other parts.
If you want to learn about old race cars and old time fabrication and craftmanship, Dennis is the man to talk to.