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Sam Werner Military Museum

• CATEGORIES: Airborne Lightweight Jeeps, Features, Museums This site contains affiliate links for which I may be compensated.

I saw this one Facebook. I didn’t realize that the Sam Warner Military Museum in Tennessee had such an extensive collection of jeeps, including some airborne prototypes. I will make it a point to visit there during my May trip.

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9 Comments on “Sam Werner Military Museum

  1. SteveK

    Nice1 Does anyone know what the Jeep with the scoop on the hood and sloping fenders is, and has for an engine? I like the look, and lots of leg room.

  2. Joe in Mesa

    SteveK, the tag says “Kaiser”. I went to the museum website but haven’t find any more info, yet. I did see a pic from a different angle. Shortened up rear bed/area on that one.

  3. David Eilers Post author

    Yep, that one is high on my list. I plan to stop there, too.

    I meant to get around to emailing you. My hope was that as part of my May trip to drop by and visit you during my swing through Georgia. Would you mind a visitor in late May?

    – Dave

  4. SteveK

    WOW! Thanks for the additional info and links. What a variety of efforts of design to meet the needs. So much history not known, and thanks for bringing it out for all to learn from and enjoy. Good Work, Dave, as well as the shares of others too. Thanks!

  5. Dave Logan

    We’d love to have you come by and see our vintage Jeeps.
    Please let me know when your schedule firms up.
    Looking forward to meeting you. Dave Logan

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