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    "An advertising photo showing two women loading items into a Jeep. The attached literature is as follows. Flournoy and Gibbs. RED CROSS Roto. Toledo chapter maintains a supply of cots and blankets at its headquarters which is available immediately. If the disaster reaches major proportions, chapters outside the area affected send in additional supplies and requisitions are made on nearby army installations and camps. Left to right: Mrs. William Morice and Mrs. J. W. Donovan of the motor corps hurriedly load a station wagon with cots and blankets."


    "A photograph of Sheriff J. Howell Flournoy, of Shreveport, Louisiana, standing outside his Jeep Station Wagon with a speaker and recording device."


    "A photo of Olga Wilbur planting an evergreen tree at her home, 740 Durango Drive, in Toledo, Ohio. A Willys-Overland All-Steel Body Station Wagon is sitting in the driveway."


    "A photo depicting the assembly line stage where the body of the All-Steel Body Jeep Station Wagon is spray painted at the Willys-Overland Company in Toledo, Ohio."






    "A photograph showing two station wagon bodies just coming out of the huge drying ovens where their paint has been baked on. The photo was taken at the paint shop of the Willys-Overland Company in Toledo, Ohio."


    "A photograph of four women working at the assembly line at Willys-Overland installing the wiring and trim lines of an All-Steel Body Station Wagon. The factory was located in Toledo, Ohio."


    "A photo showing a body drop at the Willys-Overland Company in Toledo, Ohio, as employees are in the process of bolding the body to the chassis."


    "A photo of Willys-Overland employees bolting the car's body to the frame. They are using home-made roller chairs made out of rejected Jeep cushions and castors. The factory was located in Toledo, Ohio."




    "A photo of an employee working on an assembly line at the Willys-Overland Company in Toledo, Ohio."


    "A photo of an employee inspecting a delivery of rear axles at the Willys-Overland Company in Toledo, Ohio."


    "A photo showing stacks of tires at the Willys-Overland Company in Toledo, Ohio."


    "A photo of a drum major shaking hands with an official, flanked by majorettes in the Warehouse District of Toledo, Ohio."




    "A photo of the staffed Engineering Department in the Drafting Room of the Willys-Overland Company. This area was in the Administration Building of the company in Toledo, Ohio."




    All photos courtesy of the Toledo-Lucas County Public Library, obtained from http:///images2.toledolibrary.org/.
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    1964 Kaiser-Jeep "Willys" Wagon Traveller 4x4
    1982 AMC Jeep CJ8 Scrambler

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    Fleetvan pictures from the Toledo-Lucas library:





























    All photos courtesy of the Toledo-Lucas County Public Library, obtained from http:///images2.toledolibrary.org/.
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    1964 Kaiser-Jeep "Willys" Wagon Traveller 4x4
    1982 AMC Jeep CJ8 Scrambler

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    "A photo showing the final assembly for an All-Steel Body Jeep Station Wagon at the Willys-Overland Company in Toledo, Ohio."










    All photos courtesy of the Toledo-Lucas County Public Library, obtained from http:///images2.toledolibrary.org/.
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    1964 Kaiser-Jeep "Willys" Wagon Traveller 4x4
    1982 AMC Jeep CJ8 Scrambler

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    "An adversing photo of a Jeepster taken with models. The attached caption reads as follows. Meet the Jeepster. Willys-Overland's new sports phaeton, the Jeepster, is a smooth-riding, glamorous descendant of its rugged forbear, the Jeep. Designed as a sun car built for fun, the newly unveiled sports car is one of the first full-sized light cars to reach the market. Weighing only 2500 pounds, it offers fuel economy up to 29 miles per gallon of gas, has independent front-wheel suspension, soft rear springing, and excellent roadability because of its low center of gravity. Its continental styling is finished in two colors, brilliant yellow with contrasting black trim, or in fire wagon red."


    "A photo of a Jeepster with models taken at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. The attached caption reads as follows. Meet the Jeepster. Willys-Overland's new sports phaeton, the Jeepster, is a smooth-riding, glamorous descendant of its rugged forbear, the Jeep. Designed as a sun car built for fun, the newly unviled sports car is one of the first full-sized light cars to reach market. Weighing only 2500 pounds, it offers fuel economy up to 29 miles per gallon of gas, has independent front-wheel suspension, soft rear springing, and excellent roadability because of its low center of gravity. Its continental styling is finished in two colors, brilliant yellow with contrasting black trim, or fire wagon red."


    "An advertising photo of a Jeepster taken at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. The attached caption is as follows. Meet the Jepster. Willys-Overland's new sports phaeton, the Jeepster, is a smooth-riding, glamorous descendant of its rugged forbear, the Jeep. Designed as a sun car built for fun, the newly unveiled sports car is one of the first full-sized light cars to reach the market. Weighing only 2500 pounds, it offers fuel economy up to 29 miles per gallon of gas, has independent front-wheel suspension, soft rear springing, and excellent roadability because of its low center of gravity. Its continental styling is finished in two colors, brilliant yellow with contrasting black trim, or in fire wagon red."


    "A photo of James D. Mooney and Laurel C. Worman with a Jeepster, taken at the Commodore Perry Hotel during a promotional event."


    "A photo of a Jeepster being lowered by pulleys into the mezzanine level of the Commodore Perry Hotel in Toledo, at 505 Jefferson Avenue, for a promotional event."



    "A photograph of a crated Jeep on a scale at Willys-Overland Motors, Inc., in Toledo, Ohio."




    "A photo showing a side view of a Willys-Overland 6x6 1 ton military truck, taken at Fort Bragg, North Carolina."







    All photos courtesy of the Toledo-Lucas County Public Library, obtained from http:///images2.toledolibrary.org/.
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    1964 Kaiser-Jeep "Willys" Wagon Traveller 4x4
    1982 AMC Jeep CJ8 Scrambler

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    "A photo of a Willys-Overland station wagon with a model posed by it, outside of some dormitories."






    "A project of the Toledo Area Chamber of Commerce, a woman exits a Jeep All-Steel Body Station Wagon, part of the Toledo Area Chamber of Commerce's Hi-Neighbor Caravan, at a stop in Bryan, Ohio."


    "A photo of a Jeep truck equipped with a chemical sprayer in Palm Springs, California."














    All photos courtesy of the Toledo-Lucas County Public Library, obtained from http:///images2.toledolibrary.org/.
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    1964 Kaiser-Jeep "Willys" Wagon Traveller 4x4
    1982 AMC Jeep CJ8 Scrambler

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    Looks like you hit the motherlode on these Dan. Thanks!

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    Meanwhile, back on the H.A.M.B.:









    1964 Kaiser-Jeep "Willys" Wagon Traveller 4x4
    1982 AMC Jeep CJ8 Scrambler

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