A unique Jeep Wrangler rolled down the assembly line in Toledo, Ohio, on July 15, looking like a combat zone "jeep" of the distant past. The one-off vehicle was built to celebrate the 75th anniversary of the government contract that allowed Willys-Overland to begin producing the World War II-vintage Willys MB in Toledo. Like the original MB, the Wrangler 75th Salute concept features olive-drab paint and flat fenders and has no doors or B-pillars. Unlike its ancestor, the Wrangler Salute has relatively comfortable seats, an armrest and a modern powertrain.
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