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About: Commonly known as a Jeep, the Red Willys MB four-wheel drive utility vehicles that were manufactured during World War II. One account of the origin of the term "jeep" begins when the prototypes were being proven at military bases. The term "jeep" was used by Army mechanics for any untried or untested vehicles.
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