It runs and drives.
“1922 Overland. From my late dad’s estate. It runs. It drives. It’s clean except for the dust. Tires hold air but they are yellowed. This car was stored in a horse barn for 20+ years. Dry California environment. There are other cars available. Most have sold. Also a 1956 Ford T-Bird. You can see at triple W dot DallyCars dot com. We are not a dealer, just closing out my father’s estate.”
UPDATE: Still Available.
(02/19/2018) Will need a little work.
“1915 Overland restored 25 years ago been sitting in the garage for 20 years Little work to be done to get running”
This has had some recent work.
“Anyway, enough of the history lesson and on to this very impressive motor car which came to the UK from Phoenix, Arizona in 1990. It is powered by a 25.6 hp four cylinder multibloc engine which originally had a capacity of 4.8 litres but has since been increased to 5.23 litres by virtue of a set of oversize aluminium pistons. I am also informed that the car has had new timing gears, a new oil pump gear and a rebuilt engine bottom-end. In addition it was repainted in October 2004, a new hood was fitted in 2010 and it had a new radiator in 2015 plus it comes with two new half-shafts and a reprint of a full manual.
I think it is fair to say that it is very smart indeed with sound attractive coachwork and a high quality paint finish. It is very clean underneath as you can see and the upholstery is smart with seats which are spacious and comfortable. I have included a picture of the car with its owner it to give you an idea of its size which is imposing without being too big. Continue reading “1913 Overland Model 69R United Kingdom No Price”
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.
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Seller must sell due to health.
“Reluctantly selling my 1912 Willys Overland due to illness.
In my ownership of 16years she has undergone a body off nut and bolt restoration,retaining the original leather work, a new double duck hood has been made and fitted,
She has a full compliment of original brass lighting.
A large imposing brass edwardian motor car.
Due to my illness she will now need recommisioning,please call or email for further details,viewing is welcome by appointment.”
This is on eBay, but is not an auction.
“This attractive Overland touring was a very well built and dynamic car as shown in the jumping Overland dealer demonstration; clad in mirror finish gloss black. Engine rebuilt as needed – runs good. Interior is burgundy leatherette with black canvas top. Good running, driving, touring car for the family; believed original miles 19,546.”
The seller provides a lot of details.
“The Overland featured here is a lovely 1912 Model 61T Touring. The Model 61 was Overland’s flagship model and the largest Brass-Era Overland up to that time powered by a 270 cubic inch 45 horsepower L-head four cylinder. This is one of just seven examples known to survive and it has lovingly cared for and thoughtfully upgraded for safe and reliable touring.
First restored in the 1960s it was acquired by the well-known Brass Era enthusiasts Wendell “Ohlly” and Marilyn Ohlendorf who had seen and admired it on a Glidden Tour. It was then sold in 1979 to Don and Nancy Sonicsen of Illinois who continued to enjoy the Overland on tours for the next 25 years. Purchased from Mrs. Sonicsen in 2008 it was subsequently treated to some restoration work and mechanical freshening continuing to provide thousands of miles of enjoyment.The Overland received a high quality re-paint by John Sanders of Antique Autos of Rockford Illinois. The handsome gray and dark red combo suits the car wonderfully and the quality is excellent.
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“OVERLAND: 1912 Model 69T touring, fully restored, new leather and top, has dual rear spare tires, all tires new, new top boot with some spare parts, $29,500.”