Whippet 1927 - 1931: One can argue about the question whether Whippet was a make of its own but for a few years it was a succesful name in the automotive world, not only in the US. In fact, the Whippet was produced by Willys-Overland and can be regarded as a continuation of the Overland. However, the Whippet had its own character and appearance. This appearacne was mainly European, thanks to its development by the Willys-Overland-Crossley company in England, a subsidiary of the Willys company. The Whippets were small, had good performance, were cheap and could be bought in many countries. The Collegiate roadster was especially popular among students. Company: Willys-Overland Company – Parkway, Toldeo, Ohio, USA Models: Model 93A; Model 96; Model 96A; Model 98; Model 98A Coachbuilders: – People: John Willys Most famous car: Model 98A Tourer c. 1928
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