Jeep History Exhibit

Friday, June 8, 9 a.m. -  4 p.m.
Saturday, June 9, 9 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Sunday, June 10, 9 a.m. - 3 p.m.

The American Bantam Car Company invented, developed and produced the world’s original Jeep.  You'll also learn how the Jeep was created in 1940.  A special exhibit tells the story of how the jeep was born in Butler and provides a rarely known perspective about the how Bantam won and lost the contract to build the vehicle that helped America win World War II.

You also won't want to miss the Jeeps through the Decades display, featuring unique Jeep models from the 1970s. Stop by and talk to some of the owners of these Jeeps and learn from others who can share some history about these and other Jeeps.

Some of the other unique models to look for in the exhibit this year include:

  • 1974 J-20
  • 1978 CJ-5
  • 1978 J-10
  • 1973 CJ-5
  • 1971 Commando
  • 1978 J-10 Golden Eagle
  • 1975 CJ-5
  • 1972 Commando
  • 1979 CJ-7
  • 1977 CJ-7
  • 1978 Cherokee Chief
  • 1974 CJ-5
  • 1978 Wagoneer
  • 1977 CJ-7
  • 1979 CJ-7 Golden Eagle
  • 1976 CJ-5

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