Willys Overland 1932

 USA

Six
Eight
Willys-Knight Six – end of prod.  

 

Willys-Knight Six was Willys-Overland's last car with sleevevalve engine. Later in the year the small and cheap Willys 77 was introduced but sales were extremely bad, mainly due to the Depression. Willys' earlier cheap car, the Whippet, had been end of prod. in 1931.


 

 


Six and Eight

 

6-90 Series (6 cyl, L-head, 192.9 cu.in., 65 h.p.; wb: 113 in.)
  Roadster
  Sport Roadster
  Coupe
  Coach
  Coupe
  Sedan
  Custom Sedan
8-88 Series (8 cyl, L-head, 245.4 cu.in., 80 h.p.; wb: 121 in.)
  Roadster
  Roadster Deluxe
  Coupe
  Coupe
  Sedan
  Sedan Custom

 


8-88 Willys-Overland Eight Custom Sedan


8-88 Willys-Overland Eight Custom Victoria

 


6-90 Willys-Overland Six Sedan


6-90 Willys-Overland Six Roadster


6-90 Willys-Overland Six Coupe

 


Willys-Knight

 

Willys-Knight Anniversary 95 (6 cyl., sleeve valve, 177.9 cu.in., 60 h.p.; wb: 113 in.)
  Coupe
  Coach
  Coupe
  Sedan
Willys-Knight Anniversary 66D (6 cyl., sleeve valve, 255 cu.in., 87 h.p.; wb: 121 in.)
  Victoria Coupe Custom
  Sedan Custom

 


New Twin Sleeve Willys-Knight 95 Sedan, $795