The wartime Jeep continues to fascinate enthusiasts around the world, almost eight decades after the first prototypes were built.
However, while it is true that there has always been only one Jeep, it is not true that there was only one variety.
Not only were Jeeps built by both Willys and Ford, but the seemingly standardized design continued to evolve throughout production.
As a result, there are multiple differences - some major, some minor - between the models.
Through the timely and researched text and with the help of more than 200 detailed colour photographs, this book attempts to identify and illustrate these differences for the benefit of enthusiasts who would like to restore their Jeeps to original factory specification and condition in every respect.
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