My uncle had a WWII Jeep - that thing took us everywhere off road , mud , jungle , sand you name it , plus was small enough to get out and push if needed . Can't do that with a Hummer not to mention , well here anyway trails are not gonna be 8 feet wide either .
That jeep was fun - He later bought a Toyota Land cruiser
Looked like that one in the photo - was a mid 70 model , with a hard top . Was a good work horse , never gave problems - Yes it did rust out as well .
My only complaint would be the suspension was so stiff , combined with the hard top , I hit my head on the roof and sides a number of times , you get a thrashing . Now the WWII Jeep was totally topless , you just hang on
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