Wartime Jeeps

WW2 Jeeps - Prototypes, Production Models & Special Versions

Wartime Jeeps WW2 Jeeps - Prototypes, Production Models & Special Versions
Format: Hardback, 128 Pages
ISBN: 9781906133375
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This book covers Second World War versions of the legendary Jeep – prototypes, production models and special versions. There are 11 wartime Jeep variants covered – Bantam BRC-40, Budd Pygmy, Willys MA, Ford GP, Willys MB, Willys MB of the Long-Range Desert Group, Ford GPW, Ford GPA or 'Seep', 6x6 MT-TUG, T28 Half-Track and the heavily armed SAS Willys MB. Each model's section opens with a brief text introduction followed by specially commissioned color photographs with fascinating and detailed captions.

The author

Graham Scott has experienced and written about many forms of transport, from 180mph motorbikes on the racetrack to Land Cruisers in the Sahara, from 130mph powerboats in the Mediterranean to a camel plod in the Gobi Desert. Despite traveling the planet, often to remote parts of every continent, he has never been anywhere where a Jeep (or a Seep) has not previously been. He has written numerous magazine features and books, including Essential Military Jeep.

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Format: Hardback, 128 Pages
ISBN: 9781906133375
Illustrations: 200 color photos
Size: 10 in x 10 in x 0.75 in / 254 mm x 254 mm x 19.05 mm

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