The standard production Army jeep of World War II was produced by both Willys (the Model MB) and by Ford (the Model GPW).
GPW army jeep is the one most people think of when talking about military jeeps. It is known by many names, such as the Willys Jeep, the GI Jeep, the World War II jeep, or just plain Army jeep.
During the course of the war, Ford built 277,896 GPW jeeps, and Willys built 335,531. Production contracts were terminated in the summer of 1945 as World War II ended. The last Ford GPW was built on 30 July 1945 and the last Willys MB rolled off the Toledo assembly line on 20 August 1945.
This fantastic miniature reproduction in 1:8 scale, complete with trailer, is available for pre-order with delivery expected in the New Year
SKU: PRE 80010