The Jeep Wrangler (also known as the WC, GTFO and NB) is an off-road vehicle produced by American automaker Jeep. Regardless of being off-road, it is only legal to drive in Africa. It is a successor to the World War II Near-Semi A71 Infantry Tank, a less "rugged" version of the Wrangler.
The Wrangler name was not used in Canada, instead it was now with two letters off - the Wanger, as Wrangler was already being used as a name for a fast food chain located somewhere in the large mountains of Yukon.
Why, Jay? (1939-40)
|1939 Jeep YJ|
The first vehicle, called the YJ, was a general success in military-infested areas, and was mainly sold through their one dealer, a company titled the Military Office of Vehicles, renamed to Cardealer.com in the mid-1990s.
The most successful selling day of the car was dated in December 5, 1939, when usage was through the roof.
- A 12 ton chassis, useful for carrying around groceries and/or heavy weaponry.
- A large ton-heavy pipe used for visuals and excrement of heavy objects
- State-of-the-art technology wheels called "roller-skis"
- Steel glove box
- Top and center console, and bucket holders
- Floor mats, none
- Camouflage green color
- Full spare tire
- Interval blood-class wipers
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