8 thoughts on “World War II Jeep”

  1. Thanks, Sue. I’m having a lot of fun finding the cars, then “touching them up.” Vehicles are very important to all of us, and so we imbue them with a lot of ourselves, our personalities, our quirks, our thoughts.


  2. I don’t know exactly how old the jeep is, but that isn’t the point. Zoom in on the white letter writing on the back of the cab, where the owner refers to himself as a WW2 vet. That’s what makes it a WW2 jeep to me. And no, it isn’t original. The owner has altered and fixed it in various ways. Those alterations and repairs make it much more interesting to me than if the owner had tried to keep everything “original,” whatever that meant.


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