1928 Willys-Knight 70A saloon

Classic Car Weekly (UK) - - Buying & Selling -

Big vin­tage sa­loons of­fer char­ac­ter and us­abil­ity well be­yond their fi­nan­cial value, and en­joy loyal sup­port. Amer­i­can ex­am­ples are es­pe­cially us­able, be­ing built to cross the vast dis­tances of the US with­out miss­ing a beat. Brightwells’ Willys-Knight is un­usual, hav­ing been built by the com­pany formed by Willys and Cross­ley, based in the north west of Eng­land. This three-litre straight-six ex­am­ple had a body-off restora­tion in the 1990s and the ven­dor, who bought it in 2011, has clearly looked after it well. Said to drive well, lusty old saloon car motor­ing doesn’t get much bet­ter than this.

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