75 years Ago that the company Willys-Overland Motor awarded the contract to provide vehicles to the army of the united States. This car was no other than the Willys MB, who a little later would be known world-wide as a Jeep. Now the brand belongs to the Group of FCA wants to relive this event and for this has created the Jeep Wrangler 75th Salute.
As would be expected by its name and its circumstances, the off-roader will receive a decoration that goes to his ‘great-grandfather’. Your body looks a military aspect with the olive green in color with a few graphics finished in bronze. In addition has undergone some major transformations, as have been removed the B-pillar and the doors, and added a steel bumper with hooks for towing.
Other details that call the attention of this Wrangler 75th Salute are seat canvas with low-back, the locks on the outside of the hood or the spare wheel located in the rear. Also it will stand out of the asphalt as it equips steel wheels of 16 inches, that come roads for some off-road tires 32 inches. Inside we are still not able to see images.
The Jeep Wrangler 75th Salute, taking as a basis the current Wrangler Sport. Take a motor V6 Pentastar 3.6-liter linked to a gearbox six-speed manual. Nothing to do with the Willys MB with a small footprint and a weight of less than 600 kg, had awd, and only two speeds. During the Second World War were made 647.925 units of this vehicle.
Source – Jeep