Jeep: The History of America’s Greatest Vehicle Page 42

The 1946 Willys was America’s first all-steel family station wagon. Painted a deep maroon with wood-look contrasting paint, it mimicked the appearance of expensive wood-bodied station wagons that were the norm back then. It was handsome and practical and could hold up to seven passengers plus cargo.

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