1923 Willys Knight Model 64T
he Willys-Knight Company was in production from 1914 through 1933 and were produced by John North Willy's Willys-Overland Company of Toledo, Ohio. The low-priced Overland had been very successful, second only to the Ford Model T during the 'teen years. Wanting to produce a high-priced, upmarket vehicle, Mr. Willy created the Willys-Knight, offered in an assortment of models with four-, six- an even eight-cylinder engines. Even a poppet-valve Willys six was offered by 1918.
During the twenties, the four-cylinder Willys-Knight became his mid-price vehicle. In 1920, a total of 105,025 vehicles were sold. This dipped to 48,016 the following year, than 64,650 in 1922, and then 119,785 in 1923. The 1923 models included the Model 64, Model 67, Model 91, and Model 92. All were powered by four-cylinder engines with horsepower ranging from 27 to 40 horsepower. The wheelbases ranged from 100- to 124-inches. The Model 64 had the widest array of bodies, including a roadster, tourer, country club, sedan, and coupe. Its wheelbase measured 118 inches and power was from a 186 cubic-inch sleeve-valve engine offering 40 horsepower.by Daniel Vaughan | Jan 2020
Chassis Num: 71202
Engine Num: 119225
This Willys-Knight Model 64 three-passenger Roadster is finished in medium blue with black fenders and disc wheels with whitewall tires. The seats are upholstered in pleated black leather, and there is a tan canvas top and side curtains. Other equipm....[continue reading]