Robert U’Ren of Willys Jeep UK shares some of his helpful fixes and tips on buying, selling, repairing and recommissioning World War Two and Hotchkiss Jeeps

Rusty Rosie looking good in the winter sunshine

I recently got tempted into purchasing a non-running project Jeep that had been imported from California. This is definitely not my normal choice of Jeep as I don’t relish a big restoration project that takes months rather than days or weeks. But, I was completely seduced by the old unrestored original look of it.

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