On World War II battlefields, the little Jeep was a soldier’s best friend.
Founded just last year, Glass City Crawlers is both one of the youngest and most active clubs.
Willys’ scout car drove city history.
‘I used to brag about it all the time,’ Don Pinciotti said.
The Jeep Wrangler’s classic looks haven’t changed much since Willys started making the MB model for World War II. There’s still a fold-down windshield, round headlights, and a removable top. But that heritage isn’t just skin
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Infantrymen turned little scout car into tool that did just about everything.
Delmar Roos engineered engine that powered WWII Willys MB.
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Toledo’s Willys-Overland won trademark after war, but Ford, Bantam also contributed.