Jeep is celebrating its 75th birthday by building a World War II concept vehicle honoring the original Willys-Overland vehicle which the company started producing on this date in 1941.
The Willys MB is widely credited for its instrumental war in the Allies winning WWII.
To commemorate the occasion, Jeep built a Wrangler which takes most of its stripped-down styling design cues from the original Willys, including the olive drab paint color as well as wheel and tire design, which Jeep is calling the Jeep Wrangler 75th Salute concept.
The Jeep has no doors, no roll bars, and features 16-inch wheels surrounded by 32-inch mud tires.
You can read more about this automotive tribute to Jeep, WWII victory, and Toledo, OH in this Road & Track article.