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Show and event Reports

Classic Jeeps      The War and Peace Revival, returns to Hop Farm.

Normandy 2017      Pictures from along the Normandy coast, D-Day + 73

Overlord show

 

 

Full report on the South coast’s biggest military show

 

History of WW2 Jeeps  The full history of Jeeps, Willys, Ford and Bantam

Jeep Buyers Guide  Thinking of buying a WW2 Jeep, Classic Jeeps guide will help you find the right Jeep

Jeep Price Guide    How much should you pay for a WW2 Jeep, not all Jeeps are worth the same

Differences Between the Jeeps    How to tell the difference between Willys, Ford and Hotchkiss Jeeps

Jeep Chassis Numbers    Identify the year and mouth a Jeep was made

WW2 Jeeps for sale    Willys, Ford and Hotchkiss Jeeps, and Jeep Parts for sale

British Military Vehicle Markings    How to mark your vehicle with the correct UK Division and Unit

American Military Vehicle Markings    How to mark your vehicle with the correct US Division and Unit

Other Jeep articles

Military Vehicle Insurance    Tips on getting your Jeep insured

Olive Drab Paint    Useful guide to RAL and BS paint code numbers

Restoring a WW2 Jeep     a guide to help with restoration

WW2 Jeep Maintenance    Tips and advice on maintaining a Willys Jeep

Willys Jeep Directory    Where to find all you need for your Willys Jeep

Willys Jeeps Post War    A look at the Jeeps that came after WW2

Posts

Four wheel drive 4×4     The Willys Overland company was not the first American company to produce four wheel drive vehicles. Willys Jeeps were just a part of the 4×4 story.

Six Wheel Jeep   The 6 Wheel Jeep known as the MT-TUG was built by Willys in 1941/2. Several versions were made, ambulances, cargo carriers, troop carriers.

Willys Jeep – Winterizing  How to get your Jeep ready for the winter, protect your vehicle.

Military Vehicles Day   A great day out at the Brooklands Military Vehicles Day The paddock was filled with Jeeps, as the Brooklands museum were celebrating the 75th anniversary of this iconic military vehicle.

Follow Me Jeeps   Willys Jeeps were used on war time airfields to direct aircraft to their dispersal points on the airfield, they were know as “Follow Me Jeeps”.
Willys Jeeps at the Goodwood Revival   The 2016 Goodwood Revival. Military vehicles including Jeeps, Classic car racing, , Classic aircraft, Classic motorcycles, and much more.
Lightweight Jeeps The Nuffield   After the success of the Willys MB and the Ford GPW thoughts turned to having a smaller vehicle that could carry two men and a payload of around 500 lbs.
Jeep Forward Control   The Jeep Forward Control was lunched by Willys in 1956, it featured a cab over design. 

WW2 Radio Jeeps   The Jeep was the perfect vehicle for reconnaissance. When fitted with a radio, the Jeeps with their low profile could get very close to the enemy without being spotted.

Jeep Rocket Launcher   The Jeep was a very versatile vehicle and could be converted to many different configurations during its role in the war.

European SAS Jeep    Robert Abbott’s Jeep. The European SAS Jeep appeared when the Allies invaded Europe, It was different from the desert SAS Jeep.

SAS Jeeps   Western Desert SAS Jeeps The Special Air Service was formed in July 1941 by David Stirling.

Flying Jeep   A Flying Jeep The Rotabuggy flying Jeep was designed by Raoul Hafner of the Airborne Forces Experimental Establishment, England.

Airborne Jeep   British Airborne Jeep The Airborne Jeep was a modified version of the standard Willys MB or Ford GPW.

Willys-Overland Motor Company   The Willys-Overland Motor Company history starts with a automobile dealership selling the Standard Runabout, in Elmira, New York.

Rail Jeeps   Rail Jeeps adapted to run on rails Rail Jeeps came about because there was a lack of rail locomotives due to allied bombing.

4 wheel steer Jeep   4 wheel steer Jeep and 4 wheel drive  Willys Overland company delivered a 4 wheel steer Willys Quad for testing in 1940.

Jeep ambulance   Willys -Ford GPW Jeep ambulance Jeep Ambulance,s were used by the British, Canadian and American forces