Here's a classic piece of pinup art from artist Basil Gogos, which appeared on the cover of the pulp magazine True Adventures in June 1965.
The Jeep has a high hood that makes it look like a CJ-3B, although the split windshield, glove box and grab handles suggest that Gogos was actually inspired by a Willys MB.
The late Basil Gogos created action and cheesecake cover art for many men's adventure magazines in the 1960s and 70s, although he is best known for his horror movie covers for magazines such as Famous Monsters of Filmland.
Thanks to Robert Becker for pointing out the image posted by silverghost1951 at PBase.com, and Chris Podlesker for identifying the original publication. -- Derek Redmond
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