The Willys Overland Sedan 1935 is a classic car from the golden age of American automotive manufacturing. The sedan has a striking chrome-trimmed black grille with a red diamond emblem that matches the car's crimson wheels. The body of the car is composed of steel and aluminum for a strong yet lightweight design. The car sits low to the ground for a sleek, sporty look. Inside, the cabin features a spacious interior with two rows of seating for a total of up to five passengers. Tan leather upholstery lines the seating and door panels, while glossy unvarnished wood is used to trim the dash and console. The dashboard is populated with easy-to-read gauges and a charcoal-colored steering wheel. In terms of power, the Overland is equipped a 4.2-liter, 6-cylinder engine with a 3-speed manual transmission that's mated to a 2-wheel drive system. This style of engine is simple yet reliable, and the transmission is smooth and responsive. Overall, the Willys Overland Sedan 1935 is an iconic piece of American automotive engineering that still captivates today.
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