Willys Knight Overland Whippet 96A 1929 - Barn Find!
- Condition: Used
- Make: Willys
- Trim: Four Door
- Year: 1929
- Mileage: 54,306
- VIN: 96A381779
- Color: Green
- Engine size: 4 CYLINDER
- Number of cylinders: 4 Cylinder
- Transmission: Manual
- Drive type: RWD
- Interior color: Black
- Vehicle Title: Rebuilt, Rebuildable & Reconstructed Want to buy? Contact seller!
1929 WillysWelcome toKatzKlassicsIncEbay Store!We are in the British, Italian, and special interest car business. We specialize in antique cars and parts.
Willys Knight Overland Whippet 96A 1929
NO Engine & NO Transmission INCLUDED!
WeDO NOThave the title for this car;however we are willing to assist a buyer with obtaining a title.
What you see is what you get!
Great street rod project!
Very solid body & wooden frame is solid for age.Wood in all wheels in good condition.All glass included.Doors open and close nicely.
Includes original heater, see photo.
We can shrink wrap this car for an extra charge to protect it during shipping.
This is from a collection of cars that we areliquidating for a customer.
Car appears to be all original, (MINUS THE ENGINE AND TRANSMISSION AS THEY ARE NOT INCLUDED!!) but we have no way of authenticating it!Please take the time to do your research!
Don't miss your chance own this rare vehicle!
The Whippet. In 1926, Willys discontinued the Overland and introduced the Whippet, which was named for the famed racing dogs, and it became an immediate success due to its good looks, small size, speed and low price.
The Whippet at first was available only as the Model 96 with a 30HP, 4-cylinder engine on a 100 inch wheelbase chassis, but the Model 98, powered by a 40HP six with a 109-inch wheelbase was added in 1927. Bodies available in both models were coupe, roadster, 2-door and 4-door sedans, cabriolet and landau.
In spite of the low price of Whippet cars they were equipped with 4-wheel mechanical brakes, seven-bearing crankshafts (on the six), Bohnalite pistons, and full pressure lubrication. These features, plus the car’s reputation for speed — a Whippet Six ran a 24-hour endurance run at the Indianapolis Speedway and set a new record for stock passenger cars costing less than $1000 by averaging 56.52MPH — helped with Whippet’s popularity.
Sadly, the Great Depression did for the Whippet and it was discontinued in 1931. Willys-Overland limped along until World War II when the military demand for jeeps which, although first designed by the American Bantam Motor Car Company of Butler, Pa., were built in huge quantities by both Ford and Willys-Overland and helped to save the Toledo company.
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(2) This car is being sold as a project car, or parts car. AS IS, WHERE IS! This car should NOT BE DRIVEN FROM OUR FACILITY; Any prospective buyer is welcome to have the car inspected at our facility by an independent third company.
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