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1943 WWII Military Jeep

Far from the reconnaissance vehicle the US Army began designing after World War I, the Jeep became an indispensable tool during World War II because of its ability to go anywhere through mud, sand and snow, and on water as well as under it.

Consequently, the Jeep was used by every Allied country, served in every theater of war, and performed a variety of tasks.  These duties included service as basic transportation, ambulances, highly mobile weapon platforms, railway locomotives, and supply trucks with trailers.

By war's end, the Jeep had become the "goodwill ambassador for the United States," carrying everything and everyone from privates to generals and presidents.


 

1949 Willys Jeepster

Willys launched the jaunty Jeepster in 1948, a touring mate to the Willys station wagon on the same 104 inch wheel base.

Brooks Stevens styled both cars.

Beneath the $1,765.00 Jeepster�s hood sat the same basic engine that had powered Prewar America � a 134-cubic inch four cylinder, 63 horsepower motor.

First year output topped 10,000 units. Jeepster disappeared after 1951.


1949 Willys Jeep Station Wagon


 

 


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