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Dino Danieli’s ww2jeep’s website


Back in 2002, or thereabouts, Dino launched a website he calls the GPW – MB – CJ 2A/3A/3B – MC/M38  Visual Reference site.”  It’s got some really useful visual information, including a dataplate page that I used tonight while reviewing a jeep.  Unfortunately, it appears to have been last updated in December of 2006.

One of the coolest images I came across was developed by Darryl of Darryl’s Garage (see below).  Darryl appears to love restoring old vehicles.  He also documents those restorations wells.  Two restorations he has done include a 1943 GPW and a 1943 Bantam Trailer (both of which I’ll highlight tomorrow).  These are excellent overviews.

So, the image that Darryl created is a beautifully done chart that follows the changes, on a monthly basis, to the GPW and MB bodies.  Nice work Darryl!   You can see what he did below (and you can find it on Dino’s site here):



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