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WILLIAMS CONTROLS' PUBLICLY TRADED WARRANTS TO EXPIRE NOV. 30, 1993

 PORTLAND, Ore., Nov. 22 /PRNewswire/ -- Williams Controls, Inc. (NASDAQ: WMCO) announced today through its Chairman and President, Thomas W. Itin, that its outstanding publicly traded warrants (NASDAQ: WMCOW) will expire at 5 p.m., Mountain time, on Nov. 30, 1993. The warrants may be traded until the expiration time. Warrant exercises will be permitted by the company provided that good funds are received by the company's transfer and warrant agent prior to the expiration time, followed by receipt of the corresponding documentation not later than 5 p.m., Mountain time, Dec. 10, 1993.
 Each publicly traded warrant may be exercised to purchase one share of common stock for $.75, as provided in the prospectus. The offer of common stock underlying the warrants is being made by the company only through the prospectus. On or about Oct. 20, 1993, a copy of the prospectus was mailed to each person who was a record holder of warrants at the close of business on Oct. 14, 1993. Copies of the prospectus may be obtained by writing to the company's transfer and warrant agent, American Securities Transfer, Inc., 938 Quail Street, Suite 101, Lakewood, CO 80215 or by calling the transfer agent at 303-234-5300 or the company at 503-684-8600.
 Williams Controls, Inc. manufactures a wide range of electronic controls, pneumatic and hydraulic controls, and exhaust brakes which are used primarily in the heavy vehicle industry worldwide. Its wholly owned subsidiary, Kenco/Williams, Inc., manufactures light truck and sport utility vehicle accessories sold to a rapidly growing market. These products are marketed primarily through aftermarket distribution channels including mass merchandisers.
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 /CONTACT: Thomas W. Itin, chief executive officer and president of Williams Controls, 503-684-8600/
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