Jeep® - Clothing on the edge
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The history of the Jeep® vehicle is the history of heroes. The original Jeep® vehicle was created in only 49 days. In 1940 the world was burning. The US army…and the world…needed a fast, lightweight, all-terrain vehicle. Over 130 car-companies were invited to design a truly heroic 4x4. Only Willys-Overland and The Bantam Car Company responded. After several tests both companies took the best of both worlds and designed the Jeep®. During World War II Willys and Ford filled more than 700,000 orders. The end of the story is well known.
The Jeep® vehicle became legendary and was ready to conquer the world.
What's in a name…
A couple of anecdotes.
The source of the Jeep® name remains unresolved…so choose the best story.
Some people say the name came from slurring the G.P. acronym: G for Government contract vehicle, P for 80-inch wheelbase reconnaissance car.
Another explanation, according to Col. A.W. Herrington, is that Jeep® was used in Oklahoma as early as 1934 to name a truck equipped with special equipment for drilling oil wells.
Others think the vehicle was called a Jeep® in reference to the character 'Eugene the Jeep' in the Popeye strip by E.C. Edgar. Eugene the Jeep was a small, impish-looking animal that had the power to travel back and forth between dimensions and could solve all sorts of problems.
Another version is that Irving 'Red' Hausmann, a Willys-Overland test-driver who tested the first pilot model picked up the Jeep® name that some soldiers at camp Holabird had been using.
What we do know is that the Jeep® brand of vehicles is one of the most recognized brands in the world. It has become a timeless symbol of adventure, the ultimate feeling of freedom. It reflects an all-adventurous lifestyle.
In 1999, DaimlerChrysler granted Vilenzo International the rights to create lifestyle clothing for life without borders...
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