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Icon Willys Overland

It's by no means as iconic as the Jeep, but the Icon Willys Overland has a story to tell nonetheless. It was designed by Industrial Designers Society of America co-founder Brooks Stevens, who employed a Jeep-like nose to appeal to servicemen who'd ridden in Jeeps during the war. This particular example was found in West Virginia, where it had been stored after years of service at a summer camp. It has since seen the engine replaced with a GM 5.3L V8 mated to a five speed transmission, only one of many upgrades made to the chassis, suspension, brakes, and steering, while the original upholstery remains intact, enhanced with modern A/C, a Bluetooth speaker system, iPhone dock behind the steering wheel, and removable powered refrigerator.