We've raided the DaimlerChrysler archives once again to bring you this advertisement for the "Jeep":
The text from the ad reads as follows:
Upper Right: When the going is tough, when you have a heavy load to pull, the Universal "Jeep's" 4-wheel drive puts amazing tractive power at your command. That's why the "Jeep" can haul supplies through mud and snow ... take workers across roadless countrysides ... pull almost any farm implement. The front drive-axle of the "Jeep" is a "business end" that broadens the utility of this versatile vehicle for industry and the farm.
Lower Left: On the highway and around town, you drop back to conventional 2-wheel drive to save on the economy of the world-famous Willys-Overland "Jeep" Engine. And if you have belt- or shaft-driven equipment to operate, the power take-off on the rear makes your "Jeep" a mobile power unit. Your Willys-Overland dealer can show you why this Universal "Jeep," with its two business ends, can do more jobs for you at a lower cost.