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Rarely seen: ’78 Jeep Wagoneer

Jeep Wagoneer

We like Jeeps. They paved (or unpaved) the way for the SUV and Crossovers that are so popular to day. Some are considered collectible. We think older ones are just neat. Most aficionados look towards the Grand Wagoneer for their ride of choice in this segment. But today’s featured listing is a regular Wagoneer and it looks way cool in this trim. Read More

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Got the Willys: ’46 Willys Jeep CJ 2A

Jeep CJ2A

Production of the Willys B, better known as Jeep, began in 1941, shared between Willys, Ford and American Bantam which had initiated the original Jeep body design. 8,598 units were produced that year, and 359,851 units were produced before the end of WW II. In total, 653,568 military Jeeps were eventually manufactured. The origin of the name “Jeep” has been debated for many years. Some people believe “Jeep” is a phonetic pronunciation of the abbreviation GP, from “General Purpose”, that was used as part of the official Army nomenclature. Read More