Title: Jeep CJ: 1945-1986
Publication Date: 2005
Binding: Trade Paperback
Book Condition: Very Good
edge wear, small bit of tear at bottom spine area. text is unmarked. binding crisp, tight. Bookseller Inventory # 041154
Synopsis: This book is devoted to the story of the CJ Jeep. It has a detailed, carefully researched text, full colour illustrations and charts illustrating the specs and options of all CJ model from the CJ-2A to the final version, the CJ-7. The book provides readers with the complete story of the CJ's origin as the MB Jeep of World War Two, its early popularity as a utility vehicle, and its evolution into a rugged 4X4 suitable for work or play. The complete history of the CJ Jeep - America's legendary 4X4 off-roader. Complete specifications and features 1945-1986. A fact-filled, colourful portrait featuring 300 photographs. Detailed reviews of all special edition, limited production models and utility options. An unequaled study of the Jeep's role in the history of Sport Utility Vehicles and the role of Willys, Ford and Bantam in Jeep history.
About the Author: Robert Ackerson was born and raised in Rockland County, which until the mid-fifties, was a region of New York State. After high school and college he moved with his wife to a small community a few miles from Cooperstown. After raising three daughters and a career in education, Bob changed the tempo of his life and began working as a full-time writer of automotive history. This was simply an extension of what he had been doing since his pre-adolescent years when he and his brother would collect sales brochures from any auto dealer who wouldn't show them the exit. When Chrysler began introducing it's new hemi V-8's in the early fifties, Bob\u2019s interest in MOPAR was piqued, and a half-century later, with the older Chargers regarded as high -performance classics, and the new models at the forefront of a new age of high-performance, it's stronger than ever.
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