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1927 Willys Knight Model 66A news, pictures, specifications, and information

The Willys-Knight automobile was produced from 1914 through 1933. After 1932, Wills-Knight production ended and their efforts were focused on the Willys 77.

In 1915 production of the Willys-Knight moved to Toledo, Ohio. Engine production remained in Elyria.

The Model 66 was produced in several series, including the 66A, 66B, 66D, and 66E. The cars were powered by six-cylinder engine in either 255 cubic-inch or 236 cubic-inch displacement size. Horsepower ranged from 50-70 depending on engine size. The price was rather competitive, selling from just over a thousand to two-thousand dollars depending on options selected, body style, and year.

By Daniel Vaughan | Mar 2007
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