|Caption||Stripped US Army airborne jeep exiting a Horsa glider, date unknown; note jeep's lack of ends of the front bumper, and some body and fender panels ww2dbase|
|Added By||David Stubblebine|
|Added Date||24 Dec 2008|
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24 Sep 2011 11:32:46 AM
Hello Mr. Stubblebine, I saw a picture of a Willys Jeep Serial number 20329531. The car is shown while unloaded from a horsa glieder. We own this vehicle and would like to find out more about the history of the vehicle. The car is in an extremely good condition, unrestored, and looks as if it just came from production. Do you know where the picture was taken? Thank you very much in advance! Best Regards!