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Climb on in and try to hang on as you make your way through the trail-blazing story of Jeep! Jeep Color History traces the development and evolution of this great American icon, from its military origins to the civilian uses of today. Statham's detailed text is combined with striking color and black-and-white archival photography of classic Jeeps from throughout the years, including popular and collectible models such as CJs, pickups, Jeepsters, military Jeeps, Wagoneers, Cherokees, Wranglers, and more.
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After paying his dues working in a variety of dusty auto parts stores, and then earning a journalism degree from Southwest Texas State University, Steve Statham's career in automotive journalism started with a stint as managing editor at Super Ford magazine. He later served as the editor of Musclecar Enthusiast magazine for many years. Along the way, he has authored and photographed 12 books on automotive history and contributed articles to dozens of automotive and off-roading publications. Steve also writes fiction, and his new novel is Rules of Force, a sci-fi thriller. When not writing or editing, Statham tries to find time to take his wife and daughter out cruisin' in his 1968 GTO.
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