Reproduction of an American Jeep on base.
Indeed, in 1940, the U.S. Army decided to equip itself with a light reconnaissance vehicle.
Fast and practical, this vehicle effectively becomes the “all-purpose vehicle” of the U.S. Army.
Used by the vast majority of armies around the world after World War II, the Jeep is one of the symbols of this international conflict.
An average of 650,000 units were produced during the Second World War.
The latter was equipped with a 12.7 mm Browning machine gun or 7.62 mm as seen on this reproduction.