The Willy's Jeep was perhaps the best known vehicle used during WWII.
Produced by both Willy's and Ford, over 600,000 Jeeps were built during the
war. Jeeps were still in use during the Korean conflict. Eventually replaced by
the Ford MUTT, many WWII-era Jeeps are still operating today in civilian hands.
Highly detailed 1/35th scale plastic kit for static display.
105 parts in Dk Green and Clear plastic.
Detailed interior with steering wheel, dash panel, shifter, and
Chassis features drivetrain details and leaf spring suspension.
Includes an axe, shovel, jerry can, spare wheel, and trailer.
OPTIONS: One decal sheet with 4 marking options:
1: s/n 20212406, 4th Marine Div, 14th Marine Artillery, Iwo Jima,
2: s/n 20596872, 3rd Marine Div, 3rd Marine Reg, Guam, Aug, 1944.
3: s/n 20711994, 5th Army, 34th Infantry Div, Cassino, Italy, 1944.
4: s/n 20173449, 101st Airborne Div, Normandy, 6th June, 1944.
All: Overall: Olive Drab.
White, Black, Silver, Steel, Flesh, Red Brown, Wood Brown, Mid
Stone, Khaki, Green, Clear Red.
One 1/35 WWII Willy's Jeep
Paint: (see MARKING OPTIONS)
Cement for plastics (TESR3512)
Nice-to-have tools: Needle File Set, Sprue Cutter, Airbrush, and
Length: 3-1/4" (8.2cm)
Width: 1-1/2" (4.1cm)