The 'Jeep' Means Business...For Your Station

The vehicle shown is a CJ3-B, introduced in 1953.  The front of the CJ3-B was taller than the earlier model in order to accomodate the new 75 horsepower 'Hurricane' engine.  Henry Kaiser purchased the company from Wills-Overland sometime in 1953 and they did business as Willys Motors until 1963 or 1964, then underwent a name change to Kaiser-Jeep.