The hero of World War II. Willys produced 335,531 units, and they served in every theater of war, in every conceivable role, and with every Allied army. They were also given modifications including longer wheelbases, 6x6 drivetrains, skis, armor plating, railway wheels, and weapons mounts of various types. This vehicle changed the way Americans looked at the automobile and added a new word to our vocabulary: Jeep. Early versions had "Willys" embossed on the back panel, but the military frowned on the free advertising and ordered the practice stopped. MB's are plentiful, easily restored and a heck of a lot of fun. This superbly restored 1944 MB belongs to Tony Standefer of Bothell, Washington. (Tony Standefer)
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