Original U.S. WWII Bantam Jeep Countertop Standup Sign
Original Item: Only One Available. This 16" W x 10" H World War Two Home Front Bantam Jeep Countertop Standup Sign is offered in very good condition. An unrestored totally original cardboard tabletop stand alone sign or standee with a clean overall appearance. It has signs of use, such as edge wear and repairs to the reverse side for two of the soldiers heads. Still stands up on it's own!
In 1940, the American Bantam Car Company of Butler, Pennsylvania constructed 62 quarter-ton, four-wheel-drive trucks. This is one of the prototypes of the famous army vehicle known as the Jeep. During World War II, when the army was looking for a vehicle to replace the motorcycle as a mechanized form of transportation, it came up with the Jeep. Willys-Overland Motors, the Ford Motor Company, and the Bantam firm produced jeeps in large numbers. According to one newspaper account, about 660,000 were made. Jeeps were incredibly important to the war effort and became for many a symbol of American ingenuity.
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