Woodill Wildfire

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The Woodill Wildfire was a product of B.R. “Woody” Woodill and his Woodill Fiberglass Body Corp. of Tustin, CA from 1952 to 1958. Woodill became one of the most sucessful Dodge and Willy’s dealer in the U.S.A. in the 1950s.

Woody admired the sleek lines of the Jaguar XK 120 in the 1940s and 1950s and decided to build a sports car under his own name. With the help of fiberglass boat builder Bill Tritt and Harold Post a noted hotrod builder and frame builder Woody designed and produced the Woodill Wildfire. The $3,262 Woodill Wildfire frame accepted all Willys Jeepster engine and suspension components. The hand made fiberglass bodies were of high quality. Far surpassing the 1960s Kaiser Darrins and Chevrolet Corvettes.

1952 Woodill Wildfire
1952 Woodill Wildfire

The Willys six cylinder 100 horsepower engine was set far enough back in the Woodill Wildfire to give them a perfect 50/50 weight ratio making cornering great. With the addition of an optional hot cam, three carburetors and headers the Woodill Wildfire developed 135 horsepower and was able to obtained speeds of 120 miles per hour.

1954 Woodill Wildfire
1954 Woodill Wildfire

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