Jeepster & Commando

1967-1973

Jeepster & Commando
$23.95
Author:
Format: Paperback / softback, 92 Pages
ISBN: 9781855204232
Buy from an Online Retailer
US:
            
CA:
      
AU:
   

Description

Having been discontinued in 1948 the Jeepster name was revived in 1967. In the Mid-sixties the recreational vehicle market had blossomed and manufacturers were rapidly filling the void. The Jeepster was introduced as a blend of a street and off-road machine with extra lifestyle luxuries added to its specification. With the take-over by American Motors the bodywork received a cosmetic makeover. The Commando became the workhorse station wagon in its various guises. By 1972 the Jeepster name had again been dropped as the Commando lived on with a roadster, pickup and a station wagon. This is a book of contemporary road and comparison tests, technical information, buyer's guide, new model intro's, driver's impressions. Models covered include:- roadster, hardtop, convertible, pick-up, station wagon.

Reader reviews

Specs

Format: Paperback / softback, 92 Pages
ISBN: 9781855204232
Illustrations: 300 b-w ill
Size: 8 in x 10.75 in x 0.25 in / 203.2 mm x 273.05 mm x 6.35 mm
Published:

You might also be interested in

Triumph Motorcycles: How the West was Won
Nearly every motorcycle nut knows that Triumphs are the most famous bikes to ever come out of Great Britain. However, they also have an extensive history in North America and have been part of that continent’s motorcycling soul since long before World War II. From Triumph Motorcycles in America is an interesting tale of how the first Triumph ...
Read More >
Valentino Rossi Through the Years
In his home country of Italy Valentino Rossi is treated like a rock star. In the MotoGP record books, he goes down as one of the greatest motorcycle road racers of all-time. Amongst all of that is a colorful life filled with all sorts of racing machinery, rivalries, victories, as well as some lean times ...
Read More >
1912 Bugatti 5-Liter
In the early days of auto making, more powerful cars usually meant considerably more weight. From his base in Molsheim, France, Ettore Bugatti set out to make a trimmed-down performance car to stop the trend. To prove his point, the car was let loose on the race track where it fulfilled its destiny as a winner. ...
Read More >
See More Posts