Nice looking car.
“This is a beautiful 1915 Overland Model 83B Touring Car that was professionally restored back in the early 70’s by Wilkinson & Sharp Fine Restorations in Pennsylvania. It was an expensive high quality restoration and still looks beautiful today. The car has it’s AACA Old Dominion Senior Award badge on the dash that it probably won soon after it’s restoration. As part of a private collection for many years the car was run on occasion but spent much of it’s time in storage. Since August 2013 the car is in the Netherlands where it was in very good hands. The interior of the car is in beautiful condition and the back of the front seat has a blanket rail and it’s original polished aluminum foot rest on the floor. The front dash is stunning and the steering wheel and column look like new. The glass is in beautiful shape as is the trim.
The paint on the car is lacquer and is still extremely nice. The underside of the car is beautiful and the front end along with the rear end look like new. The engine compartment has been completely detailed and appears as new. The radiator is the original honeycomb style in excellent condition with it’s original Overland Serial number badge on the inside. It also has it’s brass Overland script along with the 1915 brass script on the radiator. Below is a list of items completed:
• Starter checked and rebuilt;
• Generator checked and rebuilt;
• Magneto rebuilt by Marks magneto service;
• New Carter electric fuel pump;
• Checked valves, rings and installed new head gasket;
• Removed pan and checked rods and bearings;
• New manifold gaskets;
• Rebuilt carburetor;
• New muffler and tail pipe;
Comes with it’s original crank, hub cap wrench and wheel puller. There is almost no history with the car, there is some original advertising literature.”