Jeep Library by Title – J

The Jeep: History of a World War II Legend
by David Dalet (Author), Christopher Le Bitoux (Author)

 
An American classic! This new book is a detailed, highly illustrated look at the legendary World War II era Jeep. Detailed text discusses Jeep planning, development and production, then moves into its World War II variants, specialized equipment, accessories and use by other Allied forces. Nearly 200 high-quality color and war-era photos show the Jeep in its many functions. Up-close, detailed images show the differences between variant types. This book is a concise reference for the Jeep enthusiast, historian and restorer.

Jeep: The History of America’s Greatest Vehicle
by Patrick R. Foster

 
The definitive, fully illustrated celebration of an auto manufacturer that paved its own way by going off-road. Few American vehicles, or vehicles made anywhere else in the world for that matter, are as universally iconic as the Jeep. From olive drab WWII military relics to the beloved Wrangler with its rear-mounted spare tire, open-air design, and telltale roll cage, the Jeep is a true classic.

Jeep
by Jim Allen

 
Adapted from a spartan military design, Jeep is today an integral part of the DaimlerChrysler family and a major player in the SUV market. This color history profiles Jeep’s remarkable evolution, from the delivery of the first Willys Overland model to Allied military services in 1941, through its years as the bedrock of American Motors, and on to its acquisition by Chrysler. Striking color photography and evocative archival images of classic Jeeps from throughout the years depict such popular and collectible models as CJs, pickups, Jeepsters, Forward Control trucks, military Jeeps, Wagoneers, Cherokees, and Wranglers.

Jeep 4×4 Performance Handbook
by Jim Allen

 
The world of high-performance Jeeping can be a challenge. With the used Jeep market growing, new models appearing, and an aftermarket constantly offering new and better bolt-on parts and accessories, there have never been so many options for the off-road Jeep lover.

Now in a new second edition, Jeep 4×4 Performance Handbook debunks the myths and eliminates the mystery of getting the most out of your Jeep through the thorough research and expertise of author and Jeep expert Jim Allen. He explains the bolt-on parts, swaps, and modifications that will give the most bang for the buck, whether you hit the trail in a CJ or a Wrangler (TJ and YJ), a Cherokee, or a Liberty, or one of the many classic and vintage Jeeps available.

Jeep Wrangler: 1987 thru 2011 – All gasoline models
by Editors of Haynes Manuals

 
With a Haynes manual, you can do-it-yourself…from simple maintenance to basic repairs. Haynes writes every book based on a complete teardown of the vehicle. Haynes learns the best ways to do a job and that makes it quicker, easier and cheaper for you. Haynes books have clear instructions and hundreds of photographs that show each step. Whether you are a beginner or a pro, you can save big with Haynes!

Jeep 4.0 Engines: How to Rebuild and Modify (Workbench How-to)
by Larry Shepard

 
Jeep 4.0 is the essential guide for an at-home mechanic to perform a professional-caliber rebuild or a high-performance build-up to what many consider the best 4×4 off-road engine. Features step-by-step instruction throughout.