One of the most influential military support vehicles in history, the Willys Jeep was manufactured during World War II, from 1941-1945. Originally produced by Willys-Overland, it soon became apparent that the company could not keep up with the incredible demand, and Ford was contracted to produce them as well (under the designation GPW). Between the two manufacturers, an astonishing 637,000 jeeps were built. The design inspired numerous variants — including the sea-going jeep, or "Seep" — and it eventually became the template for the popular civilian model.
Pay tribute to both the iconic Willys Jeep and the series MASH with this 1/43 scale metal and plastic model: a reproduction of the support vehicle as it would've been used by the fictional medical staff in Korea. It comes with an open-top design, realistic interior, treaded tires, U.S. Army markings, and commemorative packaging. 4" long.