1940s Jeeps?

Answer The 1940s Jeep military vehicle's name derives from the U.S. Army's term of General Purpose, or G.P., to identify equipment. G.P. soon became "Jeep." The emergence of the Jeep, with its basic styli... Read More »

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Who Makes Jeeps?

Jeep is owned by Chrysler. It manufactures a variety of different types--the Commander, Compass, Grand Cherokee, Liberty, Patriot and Wrangler.Source:Jeep information

How do I Restore Army Jeeps?

Army Jeeps made their first appearance in World War One and have been renowned for reliability and durability. Restoring one is no simple task as it can take many hours or hard work. When you start... Read More »

Where are Jeeps assembled?

The Jeep Commander, Grand Cherokee and Grand Cherokee SRT8 are assembled in Detroit, Michigan. The Jeep Compass and Patriot are assembled in Belvidere, Illinois. The Jeep Liberty, Wrangler and Wran... Read More »

List of U.S. Military Jeeps?

The U.S. military has used jeep vehicles in one form or another since World War II. The military had a need for a general purpose vehicle that could be used for multiple roles. Both Willys and Ford... Read More »