Classic American

JEEP Thrills

You’ve read those tales of car restoration that turn into horror stories, missing parts, rampant rust, two cars joined together with soggy newspaper… Well, this 1942 Ford Jeep isn’t one of those. Ryan Goodyear restored it alongside dad, Jensen, and reckons it all went very smoothly. So sit back in a comfy chair with a mug of cocoa and read about how old car rebuilds ought to be…

“My family have been antique dealers for two generations,” says Ryan. “We have a keen interest in Second World War militaria and I’ve been collecting related items since I was 11 years old. Dad and I looked at a Jeep in 2005, but at £11,000 it was too expensive and we walked away. I’ve always known a Second World War Jeep was my dream car, so in winter 2016 we started

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