Faces of Jeep Exhibit

The Faces of Jeep exhibit features Jeep grilles of the 1940s, 1950s, and 1960s.  Don't miss the unveiling of the 1970s grilles in 2018!  Grilles representing each Jeep model through these decades are displayed. Seven of the grilles were custom manufactured by a Butler County Jeep enthusiast specifically for the exhibit.  All other grilles are original.  Stop by to see how the Jeep's grille (or face) evolved over those years.  Additional decades of Jeep grilles will be added in future years, offering yet another new thing to see each and every time you come to Bantam!

If you would like to learn how you can help make a 1970s grille possible, please contact us at Info@Bantam.org. View the list at the bottom of this page.


Grilles Are Made Possible by the Following Generous Individuals and Companies:


Bantam Pilot – Heritage Region Jeep Alliance (HRJA)

BRC-60 – Wagner Truck Equipment  

BRC-40 – Rodney Schaffer, Tom Lavorini and Jim Bob Donze

Willys Quad – Mark and Kristin Gaydosh

Willys MA – Wayne Kovac, Patti Jo Lambert and Charles Pro

Willys Slat Grille – The Grille Guy: Chris Rutherford

Willys MB – Marcia Ringeisen

Ford Pigmy – Fairground Market

Ford GP – Speedpro Imaging

Ford GPW – Bill Ringeisen

Early CJ2A – Flat Fender Club of Butler & Butler Old Stone House Region AACA

Jeepster (Flat) – KaiserWillys.com


M38 – Bradley Ringeisen

M38-A1 – Airquest Aviation

CJ-3A – Golf Carts Unlimited

CJ-3B – General Rental Center and 3WaysToStore.com

CJ-5 – Elliott’s Tire Service

Jeepster (Point) – Classic Ink


Gladiator – Caldwell Energy Options, LLC

Wagoneer – Wagner Trucking

Jeepster Commando – Ron Lewis Automotive

M-715/M-724/M-726 – The Oswald Family


Wagoneer - Rocky's Auto Wrecking - Rocco Cutri Jr.

Commando - Butler County Airport Authority/Pittsburgh-Butler Regional Airport

Postal Jeep - Tyri lights

Wagoneer (Cheese Grate Grille) -

WagonEer (Egg Crate Grille) - United plate glass company inc.