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Winter 2020 Issue of the Dispatcher is Available

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The new issue of the Dispatcher Magazine has been released. Jim Allen’s article on the Jeep Creep and other prototypes in the late 1950s was very interesting (something I’ve never documented), as were the restoration articles on the Tonka Surreys and the Jeepster Convertible. As always, there’s lots of good stuff in this issue!




3 Comments on “Winter 2020 Issue of the Dispatcher is Available

  1. Louie Larson

    I have that very DJ3A Jeep. I had to do a body off restoration as the paint had deteriorated . So it
    now looks and drives just as it did in the photo. The only mechanical work was the brakes.
    The seats have been redone and I need to do the surrey top yet It now has little over 13000 miles
    I even have that Minn license plate. I also had to replace the Tires & the exhaust system.
    When asked how much ($) I would want for this Surrey, my only response is, If I where to
    sell the Tonka Surrey my great grand daughter would dig me up & rebury me face down.
    If any of you are in Mpls please call and come for a driving experience .
    Louie Larson 612 802 1860

  2. colin peabody

    The Surrey article on the Surreys owned by Tonka and now with Mr. Larson is excellent. Hats off to Bill Norris for an excellent issue of the Dispatcher, he has some great articles in there, as always.

  3. Bob

    I loved the article about he Jeep Creep, what a cool concept. I’ll bet it as noisy as can be to drive. The only comment I have it that so of the captions seem to contradict themselves about the low range lever on the t case but that may have been because the article talked about two different models of it.

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