The Story of a Legend abreak;abreak;Pat Foster's award-winning The Story of Jeep is back - bigger, more colorful, and more complete than ever. With updates on models from 2000 through 2005, Foster's new tribute to qthe world's greatest fighting machineq is an essential part of any Jeep lover's library. abreak;abreak;In this history-packed, full-color second edition, the country's preeminent Jeep writer and historian details Jeep's roller-coaster history, from the early war-time prototypes, to the Kaiser and AMC eras, to the big buyout by Chrysler. abreak;abreak;With the help of more than 400 photos, Foster expertly tells the tale of how Jeep has evolved from a military workhorse, to 4x4 pioneer, to popular family hauler, all the while retaining its place as a great American icon.They were longer than the old Jeep wagons for improved ride and passenger room, yet shorter and more compact than the giant work wagons ... All Wagoneer models came standard with a column- shifted three-speed manual transmission.
|Title||:||The Story of Jeep|
|Publisher||:||Krause Publications - 2004-08-18|