Winterization


Maybe you need information about the winterization of Willys MBs and Ford GPWs?

Can’t afford to get the NOS Winterization Kit or just can’t find one at WallyWorld? Well, get the next best thing that will have you drooling and begging for winter!

Winter and the Willys MB/Ford GPW has recieved favorable reviews from BOTH Military Vehicles Magazine and the MVPA Army Motors. Reflect on how to “winterize” your jeep. Learn how to install the Crew Compartment Heater and your feet are gauranteed never to freeze…boil, er, broil maybe but never freeze. Much more is covered!

Winter and the Willys MB/Ford GPW
by Robert Notman
Genre: U.S. Government

$24.49 PLUS SHIPPING.  Price subject to change.
Paperback: 83 pages

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Synopsis: A book that includes the gear issued by the US Army to winterize the WW2 jeep

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About This Book:

The 83 page book contains the instruction manual for installing the Winterization Kits that were issued during WW2. Frankly, when I started 20 years ago in this hobby I didn’t even know WW2 jeeps could have had a heater. There is information here about the slave kit…this allowed one jeep to be used as a starter vehicle for other vehicles that were too frozen to start on their own.

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Book Information:

· Paperback: 83 pages
· Binding: Perfect-Bound
· Publisher: Robert Notman (May 2004)
· Product Number: 11363108 (Click to order online!)

You can purchase this book not only from www.cafepress.com/42FordGPW

( Call TOLL FREE in the US: 877.809.1659 and ask for Product Number 11363108)

You will find this book interesting, if you are interested in the winter gear for the jeep. If you liked Becker’s book you are really going to like this book, the pictures from the installation manual are very clear. You can actually see the water line hookups and other featuers clearly. Get your copy today!

Well,  I guess I'm going to have to put the top up--It's bound to turn cold before too long!

Well, I guess I’m going to have to put the top up–It’s bound to turn cold before too long!

full top enclosure with door closed

Winter and the Willys MB/Ford GPWA book that includes the gear issued by the US Army to winterized the WW2 jeep.

The 83 page book contains the instruction manual for installing the Winterization Kits that were issued during WW2. Frankly, when I started 20 years ago in this hobby I didn’t even know WW2 jeeps could have had a heater. There is information here about the slave kit…this allowed one jeep to be used as a starter vehicle for other vehicles that were too frozen to start on their own.  There’s information here about the crew compartment heater, engine hood blanket (did you know one goes UNDER the engine, too?), full top enclosure (it had zipper doors), primer pump for cold weather starting and much more.

Product Details:

· Paperback: 83 pages
· Binding: Perfect
· Publisher: Robert Notman (May 2004)
· Product Number: 11363108

The book is $24.49 plus shipping.  Order on line by clicking the link or by calling TOLL FREE (US) at 877.809.1659 and giving the product number above.

Hope you had a Happy Thanksgiving!  Now that cold weather is at hand for much of the US, why not consider giving the gift of warmth?  Well, okay, many of these items are no longer available but you can give a book about them!


Maybe you need information about the winterization of  WW2 Willys MBs and Ford GPWs?

Can’t afford to get them a NOS Winterization Kit or just can’t find one at WallyWorld? Well, give the next best thing that will have them drooling and begging for winter!

Winter and the Willys MB/Ford GPW has recieved favorable reviews from BOTH Military Vehicles Magazine and the MVPA Army Motors. Reflect on how to “winterize” your jeep. Learn how to install the Crew Compartment Heater and your feet are gauranteed never to freeze…boil, er, broil maybe but never freeze. Much more is covered!

Winter and the Willys MB/Ford GPW
by Robert Notman
Genre: U.S. Government

$24.49 PLUS SHIPPING (Price subject to change)
Paperback: 83 pages

——————————————————————————–

Synopsis: A book that includes the gear issued by the US Army to winterize the WW2 jeep

——————————————————————————–
About This Book:

The 83 page book contains the instruction manual for installing the Winterization Kits that were issued during WW2. Frankly, when I started 20 years ago in this hobby I didn’t even know WW2 jeeps could have had a heater. There is information here about the slave kit…this allowed one jeep to be used as a starter vehicle for other vehicles that were too frozen to start on their own. For a preview you can go to www.42fordgpw.com/book.html and down load a 4 MB pdf file.

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Book Information:

· Paperback: 83 pages
· Binding: Perfect-Bound
· Publisher: Robert Notman (May 2004)
· Product Number: 11363108 (Click to order online!)

You can purchase this book not only from www.cafepress.com/42FordGPW ( you can call TOLL FREE 877.809.1659 and ask for Product Number 11363108)

You will find this book interesting, if you are interested in the winter gear for the jeep. If you liked Becker’s book you are really going to like this book, the pictures from the installation manual are very clear. You can actually see the water line hookups and other featuers clearly. Get your copy today!

Maybe you need information about the winterization of Willys MBs and Ford GPWs?

Can’t afford to get the NOS Winterization Kit or just can’t find one at WallyWorld? Well, get the next best thing that will have you drooling and begging for winter!

Winter and the Willys MB/Ford GPW has recieved favorable reviews from BOTH Military Vehicles Magazine and the MVPA Army Motors. Reflect on how to “winterize” your jeep. Learn how to install the Crew Compartment Heater and your feet are gauranteed never to freeze…boil, er, broil maybe but never freeze. Much more is covered!

Winter and the Willys MB/Ford GPW
by Robert Notman
Genre: U.S. Government

$24.49 PLUS SHIPPING.  Price subject to change.
Paperback: 83 pages

——————————————————————————–

Synopsis: A book that includes the gear issued by the US Army to winterize the WW2 jeep

——————————————————————————–
About This Book:

The 83 page book contains the instruction manual for installing the Winterization Kits that were issued during WW2. Frankly, when I started 20 years ago in this hobby I didn’t even know WW2 jeeps could have had a heater. There is information here about the slave kit…this allowed one jeep to be used as a starter vehicle for other vehicles that were too frozen to start on their own.

——————————————————————————–
Book Information:

· Paperback: 83 pages
· Binding: Perfect-Bound
· Publisher: Robert Notman (May 2004)
· Product Number: 11363108 (Click to order online!)

You can purchase this book not only from www.cafepress.com/42FordGPW

( Call TOLL FREE in the US: 877.809.1659 and ask for Product Number 11363108)

You will find this book interesting, if you are interested in the winter gear for the jeep. If you liked Becker’s book you are really going to like this book, the pictures from the installation manual are very clear. You can actually see the water line hookups and other featuers clearly. Get your copy today!

full top enclosure with door closed

Winter and the Willys MB/Ford GPWA book that includes the gear issued by the US Army to winterized the WW2 jeep.

The 83 page book contains the instruction manual for installing the Winterization Kits that were issued during WW2. Frankly, when I started 20 years ago in this hobby I didn’t even know WW2 jeeps could have had a heater. There is information here about the slave kit…this allowed one jeep to be used as a starter vehicle for other vehicles that were too frozen to start on their own.  There’s information here about the crew compartment heater, engine hood blanket (did you know one goes UNDER the engine, too?), full top enclosure (it had zipper doors), primer pump for cold weather starting and much more.

Product Details:

· Paperback: 83 pages
· Binding: Perfect
· Publisher: Robert Notman (May 2004)
· Product Number: 11363108

The book is $24.49 plus shipping.  Order on line by clicking the link or by calling TOLL FREE (US) at 877.809.1659 and giving the product number above.

Maybe you need information about the winterization of Willys MBs and Ford GPWs?

Can’t afford to get the NOS Winterization Kit or just can’t find one at WallyWorld? Well, get the next best thing that will have you drooling and begging for winter!

Winter and the Willys MB/Ford GPW has recieved favorable reviews from BOTH Military Vehicles Magazine and the MVPA Army Motors. Reflect on how to “winterize” your jeep. Learn how to install the Crew Compartment Heater and your feet are gauranteed never to freeze…boil, er, broil maybe but never freeze. Much more is covered!

Winter and the Willys MB/Ford GPW
by Robert Notman
Genre: U.S. Government

$24.49 PLUS SHIPPING.  Price subject to change.
Paperback: 83 pages

——————————————————————————–

Synopsis: A book that includes the gear issued by the US Army to winterize the WW2 jeep

——————————————————————————–
About This Book:

The 83 page book contains the instruction manual for installing the Winterization Kits that were issued during WW2. Frankly, when I started 20 years ago in this hobby I didn’t even know WW2 jeeps could have had a heater. There is information here about the slave kit…this allowed one jeep to be used as a starter vehicle for other vehicles that were too frozen to start on their own.

——————————————————————————–
Book Information:

· Paperback: 83 pages
· Binding: Perfect-Bound
· Publisher: Robert Notman (May 2004)
· Product Number: 11363108 (Click to order online!)

You can purchase this book not only from www.cafepress.com/42FordGPW

( Call TOLL FREE in the US: 877.809.1659 and ask for Product Number 11363108)

You will find this book interesting, if you are interested in the winter gear for the jeep. If you liked Becker’s book you are really going to like this book, the pictures from the installation manual are very clear. You can actually see the water line hookups and other featuers clearly. Get your copy today!

Yes, even in Florida it can be cold during the winter.  So here is this photograph to help us remember how hot it can be during the summer.

Jill from a summertime photo.  Thinking about summer?  You bet, even in Florida it can turn cold.  But the jeep is fun to drive anytime, well, almost any time!

a snowy trail in Floridamy jeep in snowy Florida
Okay, we don’t really get enough snow for this to happen…

…still it does get a wee bit cool here in the Big Bend area. We have temperatures down around the teens (F). So a little bit of weather protection is a pretty good thing

How about a hardtop for your WW2 jeep?  After all it can be pretty cold out there!

Hardtop Above is a hardtop for the MB/GPW. The top has a tag that states “Metro Eng & MFG, Detroit Michigan, Ord# 14087″.  It looks just like the one I had in Alaska. Shame on me for getting rid of it, but it was before EBAY and it’s just too HOT in Florida. Photo: David Brown.

While Willys did build a prototype hartop during WW2, it wasn’t purchased by the government.

Winter and the Willys MB/Ford GPWIf you’re interested in keeping warm while driving your WW2 jeep you might want to check out this book – Winter and the Willys MB/Ford GPW.  The 83 page book contains the instruction manual for installing the Winterization Kits that were issued during WW2. Frankly, when I started 20 years ago in this hobby I didn’t even know WW2 jeeps could have had a heater. There is information here about the slave kit…this allowed one jeep to be used as a starter vehicle for other vehicles that were too frozen to start on their own.

There’s information here about the crew compartment heater, engine hood blanket (did you know one goes UNDER the engine, too?), full top enclosure (it had zipper doors), primer pump for cold weather starting and much more.

full top enclosure with door closed

Winter and the Willys MB/Ford GPWA book that includes the gear issued by the US Army to winterized the WW2 jeep.

The 83 page book contains the instruction manual for installing the Winterization Kits that were issued during WW2. Frankly, when I started 20 years ago in this hobby I didn’t even know WW2 jeeps could have had a heater. There is information here about the slave kit…this allowed one jeep to be used as a starter vehicle for other vehicles that were too frozen to start on their own.  There’s information here about the crew compartment heater, engine hood blanket (did you know one goes UNDER the engine, too?), full top enclosure (it had zipper doors), primer pump for cold weather starting and much more.

Product Details:

· Paperback: 83 pages
· Binding: Perfect
· Publisher: Robert Notman (May 2004)
· Product Number: 11363108

The book is $24.49 plus shipping.  Order on line by clicking the link or by calling TOLL FREE (US) at 877.809.1659 and giving the product number above.

Maybe you need information about the winterization of Willys MBs and Ford GPWs?

Can’t afford to get the NOS Winterization Kit or just can’t find one at WallyWorld? Well, get the next best thing that will have you drooling and begging for winter!

Winter and the Willys MB/Ford GPW has recieved favorable reviews from BOTH Military Vehicles Magazine and the MVPA Army Motors. Reflect on how to “winterize” your jeep. Learn how to install the Crew Compartment Heater and your feet are gauranteed never to freeze…boil, er, broil maybe but never freeze. Much more is covered!

Winter and the Willys MB/Ford GPW
by Robert Notman
Genre: U.S. Government

$24.49 PLUS SHIPPING.  Price subject to change.
Paperback: 83 pages

——————————————————————————–

Synopsis: A book that includes the gear issued by the US Army to winterize the WW2 jeep

——————————————————————————–
About This Book:

The 83 page book contains the instruction manual for installing the Winterization Kits that were issued during WW2. Frankly, when I started 20 years ago in this hobby I didn’t even know WW2 jeeps could have had a heater. There is information here about the slave kit…this allowed one jeep to be used as a starter vehicle for other vehicles that were too frozen to start on their own.

——————————————————————————–
Book Information:

· Paperback: 83 pages
· Binding: Perfect-Bound
· Publisher: Robert Notman (May 2004)
· Product Number: 11363108 (Click to order online!)

You can purchase this book not only from www.cafepress.com/42FordGPW

( Call TOLL FREE in the US: 877.809.1659 and ask for Product Number 11363108)

You will find this book interesting, if you are interested in the winter gear for the jeep. If you liked Becker’s book you are really going to like this book, the pictures from the installation manual are very clear. You can actually see the water line hookups and other featuers clearly. Get your copy today!

 

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