Legendary WW2 Jeep

This is the legend of military vehicles

Jeep Military vehicle
Military Vehicle, Willys Jeep

Vehicle overview

The legendary Willys Jeep, a successful range of American off-road, light military utility vehicles built in large numbers to a standardized design for the United States and other Allied forces in World War II from 1941.

Military Utility Tactical Truck

The M151 Mutt (Military Unit Tactical Truck) replaced the M38A1. It was designed by Ford and later built by Kaiser, AM General Corporation, and GM.

Water proofing Willys Jeep

A War Department film about how to water poof a Willys Jeep. Waterproofed jeep driven off Instow and Braunton 1943. Poor quality preview only.

1940 Ford Pilot Model GP-No

The HVA visits with Randy Withrow and John Omenski of the U.S. Veterans Memorial Museum in Huntsville, Alabama and WWII U.S. Army.

Jeep Demonstration 1941

A small company in Pennsylvania, Bantam, invented the Jeep, but the military needed more than Bantam could produce. Watch the 1941 demonstration.

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Military Vehicle, Legendary Willys Jeep