1916 Willys Overland Model 83B - Barn Find - Ready for Restoration - NR

Price: - Item location: Sumter, South Carolina, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Willys
  • Model: Overland Model 83B
  • Year: 1916
  • Mileage: 1000000
  • VIN: TLH83B83922
  • Color: Green
  • Number of cylinders: 4
  • Transmission: Manual
  • Vehicle Title: Rebuilt, Rebuildable & Reconstructed
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1916 Willys Overland Model 83B

Offered here is a fresh barn-find 1916 Willy's Overland Model 83B Touring antique automobile. The car appears to be about 90% complete with the main missing items being the drive-line connection between clutch and driveshaft (can be manufactured or other options are available) and some of the lower skirt (above running boards) panels. The metal body panels are in great condition, the most important things are there, to include the engine and components, hood, radiator, fan, headlights, body panels, doors, fenders and components, complete chassis, axles, wheels, ( includes a spare not shown) steering box, gear box, steering wheel, switches, windshields and frames, doors, instrumentation, column switches, top assembly with metal frame and wooden bows (some have rot and one is broken) I have not done anything to this car, it is completely as found, it will require most all of the body structural wood components to be replaced/manufactured from scratch. (Blueprints are available via the Willy's Overland Registry website) I also do not know the condition of the engine or any other components as it is untouched. No title, so it will be transferred via Bill of Sale only (a new title can be easily obtained via MotoRecycle.com, highly recommended and low cost) Buyer will be responsible for shipping and removal from its current storage location. I will assist as much as possible.Will include a complete maintenance manual and any spare parts I may have. A great, restorable antique car that needs to have a new life, I have too many projects as it is and I just don't have the time to devote to it that it deserves. Low starting bid, my loss is your gain...thanks for your bids and ask any questions you may have before bidding.