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The original owner owned a 100 acre farm in Henniker, NH
Jeep FC-150 was produced by Willys and then Kaiser Jeep from 1957 to 1965
1955 was the first year of production for the Willys CJ-5.
Super Jeep was an “appearance package” created by Jeep.
This Willys CJ-3B originally did duty as a support vehicle for a power utility company in Alabama.
The Grand Wagoneer was considered by many to be the pinnacle of luxury SUVs in the 1980s and early 1990s.
This DJ-3A Surrey was one of 1,008 built for use around luxury resorts and in rental fleets.
Willys and Jeep built 603,303 CJ-5s between 1955 and 1983.
The M38-A1 saw the change from flat front fenders to the round fender design.
This special Hurst edition Jeepster Commando is one of roughly 100 built.
The Korean era Willys M38 replaced the World War II military jeep models.
The early Willys CJ-2As were the first post-war civilian jeeps.
The Ford GPA was a rare amphibious version of the Ford GPW Jeep.
The Wrangler debuted in 1986 as a revision of the Jeep CJ-7.
The JK was introduced at 06′ North American International Auto Show.
The Wrangler are direct descendant of the WWII Willys military “Jeep”.
The Jeep Wrangler is a compact four-wheel drive off-road and SUV.
The post-war Willys station wagon was the first all steel bodied SUV.
The sporty 2WD VJ Jeepster was the last true phaeton produced by a major automaker.
The Jeep M715 is an American 5/4 ton military pickup based upon the civilian Jeep Gladiator.
The Jeep CJ-7 featured a wheelbase 10 inches longer than that of the CJ-5.
This 1986 CJ-7 has the rare Dana 44 rear axle. It also has an automatic transmission and air conditioning.
This Bantam BRC-40 prototype is one of roughly 100 known to exist in the world.
One of 361,339 produced during World War II.
This Ford GP prototype is one of roughly 200 known to exist in the world.
This Willys MA prototype is one of roughly 30 known to exist in the world.
This Willys MB has been built almost entirely from aftermarket parts.
This CJ-2A has a rare Boyer Fire Pump conversion.
The post-war Willys CJs were marketed to returning soldiers for use on farms and ranches.
The Jeep CJ-6 is a stretched CJ-5 with a 20 inch longer wheelbase.
The Jeep CJ-8 was a long wheel-base version of the CJ-7.
This Ford GPW has beed modified to look like the jeeps used by the British SAS in their LRDG raids.