A Jeep In a Jiffy

This video shows why the jeep has been so popular over the years.  I know for instance that in the Philippines, we left a lot of jeeps behind after World War II, and the Filipinos put them to work by converting them into taxis, the famous “jeepneys.”

Anyway, here in Toms River, NJ, eight soldiers pull up in a WWII/Korean-era jeep, disassemble it, put it back together and drive it off again, all in less than four minutes!  How’s that for a pit crew?

Published in: on February 12, 2013 at 9:50 pm  Leave a Comment  

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