Bantam Jeep Heritage Festival 2011

(Photo Credit: Dan Braddock/KDKA)
Bantam Jeep Heritage Festival 2011
Butler was the home of the American Bantam Car Co., and in 1940 they completed the first prototype of the Jeep as the Army sought to create a light vehicle for all-terrain use. The Jeep’s historic past was celebrate during the Bantam Jeep Festival in Butler County in August. It included a parade of about 1,200 Jeeps!
(Photo Credit: Dan Braddock/KDKA)
(Photo Credit: Dan Braddock/KDKA)
Bantam Jeep Heritage Festival 2011
Butler was the home of the American Bantam Car Co., and in 1940 they completed the first prototype of the Jeep as the Army sought to create a light vehicle for all-terrain use. The Jeep’s historic past was celebrate during the Bantam Jeep Festival in Butler County in August. It included a parade of about 1,200 Jeeps!
(Photo Credit: Dan Braddock/KDKA)
(Photo Credit: Dan Braddock/KDKA)
Bantam Jeep Heritage Festival 2011
Butler was the home of the American Bantam Car Co., and in 1940 they completed the first prototype of the Jeep as the Army sought to create a light vehicle for all-terrain use. The Jeep’s historic past was celebrate during the Bantam Jeep Festival in Butler County in August. It included a parade of about 1,200 Jeeps!
(Photo Credit: Dan Braddock/KDKA)
(Photo Credit: Dan Braddock/KDKA)
Bantam Jeep Heritage Festival 2011
Butler was the home of the American Bantam Car Co., and in 1940 they completed the first prototype of the Jeep as the Army sought to create a light vehicle for all-terrain use. The Jeep’s historic past was celebrate during the Bantam Jeep Festival in Butler County in August. It included a parade of about 1,200 Jeeps!
(Photo Credit: Dan Braddock/KDKA)
(Photo Credit: Dan Braddock/KDKA)
Bantam Jeep Heritage Festival 2011
Butler was the home of the American Bantam Car Co., and in 1940 they completed the first prototype of the Jeep as the Army sought to create a light vehicle for all-terrain use. The Jeep’s historic past was celebrate during the Bantam Jeep Festival in Butler County in August. It included a parade of about 1,200 Jeeps!
(Photo Credit: Dan Braddock/KDKA)
(Photo Credit: Dan Braddock/KDKA)
Bantam Jeep Heritage Festival 2011
Butler was the home of the American Bantam Car Co., and in 1940 they completed the first prototype of the Jeep as the Army sought to create a light vehicle for all-terrain use. The Jeep’s historic past was celebrate during the Bantam Jeep Festival in Butler County in August. It included a parade of about 1,200 Jeeps!
(Photo Credit: Dan Braddock/KDKA)
(Photo Credit: Dan Braddock/KDKA)
Bantam Jeep Heritage Festival 2011
Butler was the home of the American Bantam Car Co., and in 1940 they completed the first prototype of the Jeep as the Army sought to create a light vehicle for all-terrain use. The Jeep’s historic past was celebrate during the Bantam Jeep Festival in Butler County in August. It included a parade of about 1,200 Jeeps!
(Photo Credit: Dan Braddock/KDKA)
(Photo Credit: Dan Braddock/KDKA)
Bantam Jeep Heritage Festival 2011
Butler was the home of the American Bantam Car Co., and in 1940 they completed the first prototype of the Jeep as the Army sought to create a light vehicle for all-terrain use. The Jeep’s historic past was celebrate during the Bantam Jeep Festival in Butler County in August. It included a parade of about 1,200 Jeeps!
(Photo Credit: Dan Braddock/KDKA)
(Photo Credit: Dan Braddock/KDKA)
Bantam Jeep Heritage Festival 2011
Butler was the home of the American Bantam Car Co., and in 1940 they completed the first prototype of the Jeep as the Army sought to create a light vehicle for all-terrain use. The Jeep’s historic past was celebrate during the Bantam Jeep Festival in Butler County in August. It included a parade of about 1,200 Jeeps!
(Photo Credit: Dan Braddock/KDKA)
(Photo Credit: Dan Braddock/KDKA)
Bantam Jeep Heritage Festival 2011
Butler was the home of the American Bantam Car Co., and in 1940 they completed the first prototype of the Jeep as the Army sought to create a light vehicle for all-terrain use. The Jeep’s historic past was celebrate during the Bantam Jeep Festival in Butler County in August. It included a parade of about 1,200 Jeeps!
(Photo Credit: Dan Braddock/KDKA)
(Photo Credit: Dan Braddock/KDKA)
Bantam Jeep Heritage Festival 2011
Butler was the home of the American Bantam Car Co., and in 1940 they completed the first prototype of the Jeep as the Army sought to create a light vehicle for all-terrain use. The Jeep’s historic past was celebrate during the Bantam Jeep Festival in Butler County in August. It included a parade of about 1,200 Jeeps!
(Photo Credit: Dan Braddock/KDKA)
(Photo Credit: Dan Braddock/KDKA)
Bantam Jeep Heritage Festival 2011
Butler was the home of the American Bantam Car Co., and in 1940 they completed the first prototype of the Jeep as the Army sought to create a light vehicle for all-terrain use. The Jeep’s historic past was celebrate during the Bantam Jeep Festival in Butler County in August. It included a parade of about 1,200 Jeeps!
(Photo Credit: Dan Braddock/KDKA)
(Photo Credit: Dan Braddock/KDKA)
Bantam Jeep Heritage Festival 2011
Butler was the home of the American Bantam Car Co., and in 1940 they completed the first prototype of the Jeep as the Army sought to create a light vehicle for all-terrain use. The Jeep’s historic past was celebrate during the Bantam Jeep Festival in Butler County in August. It included a parade of about 1,200 Jeeps!
(Photo Credit: Dan Braddock/KDKA)
(Photo Credit: Dan Braddock/KDKA)
Bantam Jeep Heritage Festival 2011
Butler was the home of the American Bantam Car Co., and in 1940 they completed the first prototype of the Jeep as the Army sought to create a light vehicle for all-terrain use. The Jeep’s historic past was celebrate during the Bantam Jeep Festival in Butler County in August. It included a parade of about 1,200 Jeeps!
(Photo Credit: Dan Braddock/KDKA)
(Photo Credit: Dan Braddock/KDKA)
Bantam Jeep Heritage Festival 2011
Butler was the home of the American Bantam Car Co., and in 1940 they completed the first prototype of the Jeep as the Army sought to create a light vehicle for all-terrain use. The Jeep’s historic past was celebrate during the Bantam Jeep Festival in Butler County in August. It included a parade of about 1,200 Jeeps!
(Photo Credit: Dan Braddock/KDKA)
(Photo Credit: Dan Braddock/KDKA)
Bantam Jeep Heritage Festival 2011
Butler was the home of the American Bantam Car Co., and in 1940 they completed the first prototype of the Jeep as the Army sought to create a light vehicle for all-terrain use. The Jeep’s historic past was celebrate during the Bantam Jeep Festival in Butler County in August. It included a parade of about 1,200 Jeeps!
(Photo Credit: Dan Braddock/KDKA)
(Photo Credit: Dan Braddock/KDKA)
Bantam Jeep Heritage Festival 2011
Butler was the home of the American Bantam Car Co., and in 1940 they completed the first prototype of the Jeep as the Army sought to create a light vehicle for all-terrain use. The Jeep’s historic past was celebrate during the Bantam Jeep Festival in Butler County in August. It included a parade of about 1,200 Jeeps!
(Photo Credit: Dan Braddock/KDKA)
(Photo Credit: Dan Braddock/KDKA)
Bantam Jeep Heritage Festival 2011
Butler was the home of the American Bantam Car Co., and in 1940 they completed the first prototype of the Jeep as the Army sought to create a light vehicle for all-terrain use. The Jeep’s historic past was celebrate during the Bantam Jeep Festival in Butler County in August. It included a parade of about 1,200 Jeeps!
(Photo Credit: Dan Braddock/KDKA)
(Photo Credit: Dan Braddock/KDKA)
Bantam Jeep Heritage Festival 2011
Butler was the home of the American Bantam Car Co., and in 1940 they completed the first prototype of the Jeep as the Army sought to create a light vehicle for all-terrain use. The Jeep’s historic past was celebrate during the Bantam Jeep Festival in Butler County in August. It included a parade of about 1,200 Jeeps!
(Photo Credit: Dan Braddock/KDKA)
(Photo Credit: Dan Braddock/KDKA)
Bantam Jeep Heritage Festival 2011
Butler was the home of the American Bantam Car Co., and in 1940 they completed the first prototype of the Jeep as the Army sought to create a light vehicle for all-terrain use. The Jeep’s historic past was celebrate during the Bantam Jeep Festival in Butler County in August. It included a parade of about 1,200 Jeeps!
(Photo Credit: Dan Braddock/KDKA)
(Photo Credit: Dan Braddock/KDKA)
Bantam Jeep Heritage Festival 2011
Butler was the home of the American Bantam Car Co., and in 1940 they completed the first prototype of the Jeep as the Army sought to create a light vehicle for all-terrain use. The Jeep’s historic past was celebrate during the Bantam Jeep Festival in Butler County in August. It included a parade of about 1,200 Jeeps!
(Photo Credit: Dan Braddock/KDKA)
(Photo Credit: Dan Braddock/KDKA)
Bantam Jeep Heritage Festival 2011 (Photo Credit: Dan Braddock/KDKA)
(Photo Credit: Dan Braddock/KDKA)
Bantam Jeep Heritage Festival 2011
Butler was the home of the American Bantam Car Co., and in 1940 they completed the first prototype of the Jeep as the Army sought to create a light vehicle for all-terrain use. The Jeep’s historic past was celebrate during the Bantam Jeep Festival in Butler County in August. It included a parade of about 1,200 Jeeps!
(Photo Credit: Dan Braddock/KDKA)
(Photo Credit: Dan Braddock/KDKA)
Bantam Jeep Heritage Festival 2011 (Photo Credit: Dan Braddock/KDKA)
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