1951 Kaiser Henry J
Steel body with tilt fiberglass frontend
Modified 454 Chevy Big Block with mild cam, MSD ignition, and dual quads
Oversized radiator with dual electric fans
Side exit zoomies with Flowmaster mufflers
TH350 performance auto transmission
Hurst ratchet shifter
Narrowed 9” Ford rearend with 3.70 gears
VW Toureg dash and stereo, backup camera, keyless ignition
Power steering & brakes (disc front, drums rear)
Cragar SS wheels with Hoosier tires in great shape (16.5" wide on rear)
Camaro front clip
NOS bottle on rear deck is hollowed out to house subwoofer
Power leather seats (Jaguar XJ8) and near new carpet
Camaro Millenium Yellow paint
Car runs great! Friends say it is like a rocket sled on steroids. Nothing wrong with this car except the speedometer will not calibrate. Autometer says they can repair if mailed to them for service. I am only offering this car for sale becuase my wife and I simply have too many cars and need room in the garage to work. I am also selling our 1941 Willys BBC gasser and our 1966 Chevy Nova SS. This Henry J is the one we are having the most trouble parting with but we are keeping my wife's 1939 Chevy 1/2 pickup (restomod), our 1946 Ford Super Deluxe convertible with 350SBC, and the 1956 Chevy Belair coupe I am building now. We need room so our loss is somebody's gain. Asking $35,500 but will consider offers. This car is located about 90 miles east of Dallas, Texas.
Shipping is buyers responsibility but delivery could be arranged in my enclosed car hauler trailer for an added fee. Car comes as-is with no warranty.
"Asking $29,500 or make offer"
Contact: Larry on my cell (214-215-5562) or drop me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Additional pictures available upon request.
1951 Henry J