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Jeep is currently trademarked by Fiat Chrysler Automobiles but it was not always the case. The Jeep story starts with the onset of World War II as the U.S. Military contracted car builders to build a prototype for a rugged and reliable vehicle. Although the time slot was very small, one company came through, American Bantam. Even if ultimately their prototype was not chosen by the Military, it laid ground for Wyllis-Overland to develop his own model of the Bantam BRC.
Due to Wyllis-Overland’s Ohio based company small production capabilities, a deal was struck with Ford to answer the army’s demands. It is around this time that the term Jeep was cornered. Even if the origins of the term are still unclear as of today, the name has been closely intertwined with the model ever since. On a side note, the Military vehicle proved so effective that many nations around the world imitated the model.
The first civilian Jeep model was produced by Wyllis in 1941. Soon after, the company was absorbed by competitor Kaiser, forming the Kaiser-Jeep brand in 1953. By 1973, the brand was once again incorporated by a competitor, this time the American Motors. When Chrysler bought out AMC in 1987, the brand switched hands once more to fell onto Chrysler’s lap.
To this day, the brand remains beloved for its off-road capabilities so whatever happens to your Jeep, keep your paint perfect with TouchUpDirect’s best quality touch up paint. Our Jeep touch up paint has the best record for the environment and our formula reproduces all Jeep models and years colors exactly.