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Overview

The American firm, Willys, is probably best remembered for its war-time masterpiece, the General Purpose Wagon, or "Jeep". Pre-war the company had thrived as an independent manufacturer and built a series of successful models, many are still used for inspiration by custom car builders.

Post-war the company tried to replace its military "bread and butter" products with civilian versions such as the Jeepster Phaeton. Eventually the company was swallowed by US giant Chrysler and survives to this day as the Jeep brand.

Models produced by Willys

2600

1963-1965

77

77

1933-1939

Aero 2600

Aero 2600

1960-1970

Aero Wing

1951-1955

Aero-Eagle

Aero-Eagle

1952-1954

Americar

Americar

1941-1942

Bermuda

1955-1955

Eight

1932-1932

Jeep CJ-5

1955-1965

Jeep Station Wagon

Jeep Station Wagon

1946-1965

Jeep Station Wagon

1952-1965

Jeepster

Jeepster

1948-1951

Light Four Whippet

1930-1931

Light Six

1930-1932

Model 38

1938-1939

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