by Lynn Buchanan, USAF (ret.) In Taiwan, I rode in a Jeep as a USAF 2nd Lt.—we were not allowed to drive anything. All the driving had to be done by Taiwanese Air Force fellows. On the way back from … More
The Jeep: A landmark in motorized vehicle design and engineering typified by reliability, excellent performance, and durability. Powered by the famous “Go Devil” engine, the Jeep became synonymous with the American war effort. More than 600,000 were produced for the … More
PRNewswire – According to the Historic Vehicle Association the oldest known “jeep” recently celebrated its seventy-fifth birthday. Here are some of the more intriguing facts of the early history of the 1/4 ton, four-wheel-drive reconnaissance truck that became known affectionately … More
PRNewswire – The Historic Vehicle Association (HVA) announced today the 1940 Ford Pilot Model GP-No. 1 Pygmy as the eighth vehicle to be recorded under the Secretary of the Interior’s Standards for Heritage Documentation. The documentation will be part of the … More
Rare vintage civilian model Jeeps spanning five decades to be on display Omix-ADA®, a leading manufacturer of high quality Jeep®, truck and off-road parts and accessories, today announced that it will feature six historic Jeeps from its recently expanded vintage … More
A Bantam that sold at auction recently was in remarkable condition, considering its role as a work vehicle for more than 67 years on Andrew Miller’s farm near Astoria, Ill. Miller purchased the Bantam Recon car from a government salvage auction at Camp Ellis, Ill., on Aug. 25, 1945.