Remember when Jeep was built for military purposes? Patrick Foster does, as he explains the early history to the current rage of Jeeps in CarTech’s 1001 Jeep Facts Paperback CT653.
Join AMC/Jeep expert and author Patrick Foster in this 1001 Facts CarTech Paperback that celebrate all makes, models, shapes and sizes of Jeep over the last 75-plus years. Get familiarized with pre-dating military Jeeps; first model Willy Jeep wagons, pickups, and forward control models; CJ-5, -6, -7, -8 and -10 variants; full-size Jeep Wagoneer, Gladiator, and Cherokee models; the Jeepsters and Commandos; the XJ Cherokee, Wagoneer, and Comanche models; the Wrangler YJ, TJ, and JK models; and finally, the overseas models.
Table of Contents:
- About the Author
- A Quick Note About These Facts
- Chapter 1: Military Jeeps
- Chapter 2: Willys and Kaiser Jeep Wagons, Pickups, Forward Controls, and FJs
- Chapter 3: Jeep CJs and DJs
- Chapter 4: J-Series Jeep Wagoneers, Gladiators, Cherokees, and Panel Trucks
- Chapter 5: Willys Jeepster, Kaiser Jeepster, and Jeepster Commando
- Chapter 6: Jeep Wrangler YJ and TJ
- Chapter 7: Jeep Wrangler JK and JL
- Chapter 8: Jeep Cherokees, Comanches, and Wagoneer XJs
- Chapter 9: Jeep Grand Cherokees
Originally owned by Willys, then AMC, then Chrysler, then Fiat, the Jeep brand has outlived some of the manufacturers that produced them. Each of the nine chapters covers the models listed and provides interesting facts related to legend and lore, body and interior, engine and driveline, suspension and brakes, and finally number crunching and press commentary.