Military Jeep Manual
An insight into the history, development, production and role of the US Army's light four-wheel-drive
By: Pat Ware
The Jeep was the primary light four-wheel-drive vehicle of the US Army and allies during the Second World War and the post-war period.
It was originally designed to meet a 1940 US Army specification, and over 600,000 examples were built in both Ford and Willys forms.
The Jeep saw service all over the world, and a healthy number of restored authentic military examples can still be seen today in the hands of enthusiasts.
This book provides a brief history of this iconic vehicle, and a fascinating behind-the-scenes insight into what is involved in restoring, operating and maintaining a Jeep today, 70 years after the prototype first appeared.
Hardback, 270 x 210mm, 160 pages, 138 colour & 122 b&w illustrations