The Willy’s Jeep has fought hard for a place in history as a light and simple military vehicle that soldiers could depend on. Honest, slow, hard-riding and patriotic. Like a friendly, loyal mule.
When you add a 4.8-litre GM LSX crate motor, D1 ProCharger supercharger and nitrous oxide to a 1952 Army Spec Willys Jeep, it’s a bit different. It turns into a friendly, loyal mule on crystal-meth that wants to rip your head off.
Check it out below. It must be an exciting experience to drive – it looks like it even has the original basic steering column and thin steering wheel.