Description This Willys Jeep was used by the Royal Navy in a striking dark blue with white military markings, including US Army star on the bonnet along with Beach Master wording. Note the signature 9-bar radiator grille which was implemented by Willys into the standard WWII Jeep by 1942. The interior is moulded in cream and a spare wheel is positioned across the back, rounding off a replica of one of the most universally loved military vehicles of the era. It is in great demand even today, when it evokes a real fun car in contrast to its original role.
Willys Jeep Designed to meet a US Department of War requirement for a light, cross-country reconnaissance vehicle, the Willys MB Army Jeep was manufactured between 1941 and 1945. The Willys Jeep was the original version of what would later become one of the most iconic vehicles in American history, evolving into a popular civilian vehicle that is still being produced today. The Willys Jeep was a compact, four-wheel drive vehicle that rapidly became one of the most prolific vehicles of WWII. More than 640,000 standardized versions were produced, with 8,690 other versions built over a period of four years.
Diecast metal and plastic construction. Detailed interiors Detailed rotating wheels with rubber tires. Realistic panel lines and surface details. Pad printed markings and placards that won't fade or peel like decals. Clear acrylic display case to protect model.
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