David Doyle is a prolific author on many military vehicle subjects. His latest book is about early WW2 jeeps. According to Amazon.com, the book is “80 pages. A detailed look at Jeep’s early evolution with more than 250 photographs, color profiles and detailed line drawings. Three distinct versions of a reconnaissance car were produced before they were standardized into the World War II-era Jeep. Bantam, Ford and Willys produced different models to win military contracts. “ Check out the book, available from Amazon.com – Pre-Standardized Jeep (Walk Around Color Series).
You also might be interested in my book covering the same subject, BANTAM, FORD AND WILLYS-1/4-TON RECONNAISSANCE CARS. The book is 172 pages and the majority of the pictures were taken by me as I walked around and crawled under the pre-standardized jeeps.