- Introduced in 1926 by Willys-Overland as a new brand of smaller car.
- Became known as one of the fastest cars during the 1920s.
- Production was halted in 1931 due to the Great Depression.
- During World War II, Willys-Overland was contracted to build military jeeps, which launched its reputation as a jeep manufacturer.
- In 1949, Willys Wagons offered four-wheel drive, creating the first sport utility vehicle.
- Willys-Overland is now a part of Chrysler
Bought by the owner from his grandmother, the vehicle is on loan from the William Hoover Family.
- Number of cylinders:6
- Horsepower: 72
On loan from William Hoover