Back in print after a long absence!
Jeep CJ 1945 - 1986 is devoted to the story of the CJ Jeep. It has a detailed, carefully researched text, hundreds of color illustrations, and charts illustrating the specifications and options of all CJ models from the CJ-2A to the final version, the CJ-7. It provides readers with the story of the CJ's origin as the MB Jeep of World War II, its early popularity as a utility vehicle and its evolution into a rugged 4x4 suitable for work or play.
Robert Ackerson lives in Schenevus, NY. Formerly a public school teacher, he now writes full-time on a wide variety of automotive topics. His books cover everything from American classics such as Ford pickup trucks (including Veloce Publications' two-volume history of the Ford F100 and F150 pickups), Jeep CJ, and Chrysler 300, to Mercedes racing cars, in his books Two Summers and Return to Glory.