1949 Willys-Overland Jeepster. Perhaps the first “crossover”. Perfect vehicle for the Hipsters, the Beats, the Jack Kerouacs and the Allen Ginsbergs. Father and son, Louis and Allen Ginsberg were both poets. Both called Paterson, NJ, their home. Neither earned respect from their fellow Jews: merchants, builders, doctors and lawyers who didn’t understand their contribution to society. They didn’t appreciate the vehicle either: styled by Brooks Stevens who had to work with Jeep’s limited resources to convert the military/industrial vehicle into civilian use for the post-war public. Stevens succeeded. His design became an icon. This image will be reproduced no more than 24 times, each accompanied by a numbered Certificate of Authenticity signed by the artist.
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