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According to their sign, this great looking Jeep had been “modified” to run on a potato coil. If it really was true (I had my doubts but I could be wrong) this takes all of those science experiments in school … Continue reading
It had a cruising speed of 33-40 mph and a range of 29 miles. While these are no longer in use (I think) the USPS is looking into bringing the concept back… but why? Teri 📷
In 1951 the Ford Motor Company was awarded the contract to develop new 1/4 ton 4×4 trucks to replace the old M38 series of Jeeps. They first saw service in the U.S. Army in 1960 with production ceasing in 1982. … Continue reading
In July of 1941, after a grueling trial and design competition initially won by Bantam, Willys-Overland Company was awarded the contract to produce a light, cross country recon vehicle ultimately named The Jeep. By October 1941, it became apparent that … Continue reading