It's not a Land Rover, but in fact a Jeep. And not the normal frame-revealing box on wheels we recognize today, but something ... sportier. It's the Jeepster.
The Jeepster proudly donned the vertical grill and dual circular headlamps synonymous with Jeeps of the day, but behind the front fascia, things were different. The Jeepster was lower, body lines were less pronounced, and the rear fenders were flared to incorporate the lower stance. It also sported optional white wall tires, and a removable rag-top. For all essential purposes, it was a convertible, yet the Jeepster couldn't be called … Read more