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Take a look at the 1929 advertisement of Willys-Knight, Falcon Knight and Whippet cars!  All the 3 brands of cars were produces by the Willys-Overland Company of Toledo, Ohio between 1914 and 1928! #Willysknight #falconknight #whippet #Willysoverlandcompany #cars #transport #ancient #vintage

Take a look at the 1929 advertisement of Willys-Knight, Falcon Knight and Whippet cars! All the 3 brands of cars were produces by the Willys-Overland Company of Toledo, Ohio between 1914 and

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Willys-overland Car Color Ad "More People Are... (1925)

Willys-overland Car Color Ad "More People Are.

Description: 1968 SIMCA vintage print advertisement "Oh, see the funny little car."-- Oh, see the funny little car. Oh, see the funny little car save you money. Chrysler Motors Corporation. -- Size: The dimensions of the full-page advertisement are approximately 10.5 inches x 13.5 inches (27cm x 34cm). Condition: This original vintage advertisement is in Very Good Condition unless otherwise noted ().

1968 Simca Ad "Oh, see the funny little car."

Description: 1968 SIMCA vintage print advertisement "Oh, see the funny little car. Oh, see the funny little car save you money.

1919 Willys Overland 90 www.lomanglobal.com

1919 Willys Overland Model 90 - "Let's Go"

Brazilian ad for Aero Willys 2600 (a line of passenger cars manufactured first by Willys-Overland and later by Kaiser-Willys Corporation from 1952 through 1955.

Brazilian ad for Aero Willys 2600 (a line of passenger cars manufactured first by Willys-Overland and later by Kaiser-Willys Corporation from 1952 through

Lumber Dealer, F. M. Sibley financed the Sibley Car Company, Detroit, MI, in order to help his son Eugene. Manufacturing began in 1910 and the roadster was its only model.with a 30 hp, four-cylinder motor on a a 106 inch wheelbase. The transmission was three speeds and the price of the car was $900. In 1911, the Detroit Valve and Fittings Company sued the Sibley Company for default on lease agreement of the factory building. The Sibley closed down.

Lumber Dealer, F. Sibley financed the Sibley Car Company, Detroit, MI, in…