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John North Willis was the founder of the most useful vehicle ever The Jeep hasnt changed much over the years There was the CJ2 which was very small and short wheel base CJ5s were a little bigger than the CJ2 now there is the CJ7 or the Jeep Wranger The first jeep made was the Willys Jeep made by Willys Overland Company The jeep was developed for the army it did more than the armys expectations it was apprent that the jeep had versatility and usefulness and it still does today The Overland company almost went bankrupt in 1907 but a saleman helped out and turned the Willys company around by making them have the second highest sales in the United States The army gave a list of requirment for a military vehicle The army liked the jeep but they wanted it to be lighter they wanted 263 pounds off the already bare bones vehicle and without sacrifcing the strength and power of the jeep So they change all the nuts clamps washers studs screws the heavy carbon stell was replaced with a much lighter alloy Finally the jeep made it and weighted 2160 pounds with ounces to spare and proved its versatility and usefulness Then in 1945 the jeep was made available to the public Its simple you either like jeeps or you dont A car designed short and noisy jeeps are not the best vehicle on the road but 80000 of them were sold in the last two years The closest competitor is the Suzuki Sidekick and the Geo Tracker In the 1997 Jeep Wrangler put in their coil spring suspension It makes a smoother ride for the highway and on the backroads this gives the jeep greater off road stability too The new jeeps have all new interior with two airbags the handling has improved the the off road ability has improved with changes
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