HEALTH FORCES SALE!
Bob purchased this 1913 Overland from the late Harvey Harper of Harper Motors in Eureka Ca. Bob believes this was in the late 60's early 70's.This Overland has been on several local and national tours. Time is of the essence, please call me with any questions, concerns or offers. Very Motivated to sell.
The first Overland motorcars were developed at the turn of the century by the Standard Wheel Company, but it was not until New York auto dealer John North Willys bought and reorganized the struggling company in 1907 that the Overland really came into its own. Production numbers grew consistently until production ceased in the 1930s, and Overland was relatively ahead of its time in using sliding-gear transmissions instead of the epicycle, or planetary, units used on cars like Ford’s Model T. Among Overland’s attractive four-cylinder offerings was this superb and charming Model 69 Five-Passenger Touring, powered by Overland’s 25.6 horsepower, 226 cubic inch four.