1930 Whippet Model 96A Sedan Vehicle Profile

1930 Whippet Model 96A photograph

1930 Whippet Model 96A photograph

1930 Whippet Model 96A photograph

1930 Whippet Model 96A photograph

1930 Whippet Model 96A photograph

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The Whippet was built to provide the average family with the highest transportation value for less than $600. The Whippet Model 96A introduced 'Finger Tip Control,' which combined the functions of starting, lighting control and horn into a single button in the middle of the steering wheel. The Willys-Overland Company was headquartered in Toledo, Ohio, and in four years it produced more than 600,000 Whippets in seven models.

This Whippet was found in a barn in Central Ohio, not far from its original assembly location. It was purchased in 1974 and was kept in storage for more than three decades before being fully restored.


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