Willys

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CJ6 - CJ-6
... Willys CJ-6/Jeep CJ-6 Production 1955-1975 Engine 134 cu in (2.2 L) Willys Hurricane I4 192 cu in (3.1 L) Perkins Diesel 225 cu in (3.7 L) Dauntless V6 151 cu in (2.5 L) Iron ... The Brazilian Willys factory developed a version of the CJ5 very similar to the CJ6, offered with either two or four doors ... Called the "Willys Jeep 101" it shared the chassis of the local Rural, a redesigned Willys Jeep Station Wagon ...
Willys Lightning Engine
... The Lightning was a Willys straight-6 engine produced in the 1940s ... It was used in the Willys Jeep Station Wagon and other Jeep-based vehicles at the time ... It was replaced with the Willys Super Hurricane engine ...
Knight Engine - History - North America
... Edwards-Knight obtained one which they passed on to Willys, while Moline acquired another which they retained into the 1920s ... Willys made improvements to the Knight engine which were patented and in 1916 announced their Willys-Knight 88-4 ... chassis with Knight engines, and Willys-Knight production was running at 250 cars per day, Willys announcing in the same year that there were over 180,000 Willys-Knight engines in use worldwide ...
List Of Automobiles Manufactured In Brazil - 1960s
1960 – Aero-Willys 1961 – FNM 2000 JK 1961 – Willys Interlagos 1962 – Karmann-Ghia – Volkswagen 1962 – Willys Renault Gordini 1964 – Veraneio – Chevrolet ...
CJ6 - CJ-5 - Brazil
... their market to imported cars in 1954, assembly of the "Willys Jeep Universal" (as it was known in Brazil) from CKD kits began in 1957 ... with a 90 hp (67 kW) 2.6 litre I6 engine (also used by Willys do Brasil for passenger cars) ... On 9 October 1967, Ford do Brasil bought Willys' Brazilian arm and took over the production of the short-wheelbase CJ5 (and the Willys Jeep Station Wagon-based "Rural" and Pick-up) and kept building them with no ...