The Overland Model 41 OW 1910 was a revolutionary and powerful automobile in its time. It boasted a lightweight chassis and a distinct, stately body with an impressive wheelbase. It featured a good-looking and intelligently-designed hood and enclosed bodywork with a hinged steering wheel, low-positioned four-cylinder, 304.8 cubic-inch engine, three-speed manual transmission system delivering up to 30 horsepower, electric start, and an advanced electrical lighting system. It had a top speed of 46 mph and a range of up to 56 miles on one tank of fuel. The Overland Model 41 OW 1910 was also equipped with the latest safety features, such as four-wheel brakes, a safety steering column, safety windshield, and fender hinges. Its standard features included wheels with wire-spoke detailing, aluminum dash and trim, and a highly detailed interior that included an upholstered seat and interior trim. Those who opted for more features could get an extra-powerful engine, power brakes, hood ornament, windshield wipers, leather upholstery, and more. Although the Model 41 OW 1910 was considered a luxury car in its time, its affordability made owning one within the reach of a much broader market.
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