Take a look under the hood of George’s gorgeous metallic orange Jeep 4X4. It’s so incredibly clean that you could lick cheesecake off of it. Wait-a-minute … it’s covered in cheesecake … stickers, that is!
Since this is Tuesday, we’re obligated to post a trivia question. Alas, today’s titillating tidbit isn’t about perky pinups, it’s about Jeeps. (More on pinups in a moment.)
And the question is:
Q: What three companies competed in 1939 to create the Jeep for the United States Military?
And now to add a bit of suspense …
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A: According to jeepin.com, it was Bantam, Willy-Overland, and Ford.
Legend has it that the Bantam Blitzbuggy was first to the line, only to be knocked off by the Willys Quad and the Ford Pygmy. (Seriously? The Pygmy?)