The Jeep story - the development of the Jeep, Jeep production, manufacture and assembly, the Jeep in action, experiments and further development. Restore to action - mechanical components, body, paintwork and markings, spare parts kit, accessories. The owner's view - buying a Jeep, provenance, restoration and originality, driving and handling, reliability, maintenance and repairs, values and insurance. The soldier's view - recollections and anecdotes, field modifications. The mechanic's view - safety first, tools and working facilities, jacking and vehicle support, recommended lubricants and fluids, servicing a Jeep, preserving a Jeep. Appendices - dimensions and weights, chassis and engine numbers, dates of delivery, parts availability, military documentation, service history, useful contacts.
Pat Ware is one of Britain's foremost authorities on military transport. He is a former Editor of Classic Military Vehicle magazine, and has written numerous books about military vehicles. He owns a Willys Jeep and has access to a number of restored Jeeps and examples currently undergoing restoration.
`comprehensive...great resource' Octane `Everything any owner could possibly want is contained in this single volume...definitive reference book' Gun Mart `a fresh look and contemporary take on the subject matter' Military Vehicle Preservation Association