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Table of Contents
- Join our Facebook group
- Bill of materials
- Printing notes
- Rear Axle
- Front Axle
- Transmission and transfer case
- Engine, radiator and front grill
- Tire and combat wheels
- Firewall, tub, steering and pedals
- Fender, headlights and hood
- Seats and tub details
- Optional features
The jeep was considered such a valuable vehicle that General Eisenhower wrote that most senior officers regarded it as one of the five most important pieces of equipment used to win the war. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Willys_MB
This is the build guide for the Willys MB Display Model for all three scales 1/6, 1/8 and 1/10
Join our Facebook group #
Best way to get help is to join our Facebook Group where you can ask your questions and share your realizations.
Bill of materials #
The 1/6 Scale BOM is available here
The 1/8 Scale BOM is available here
The 1/10 Scale BOM is available here
In this sections, will be listed the available fixes that are not included in the zip archives you may have downloaded.
There is no current fixes for this project.
Printing notes #
Refer to the Willys MB Display Model Printing notes for suggestions on how to print parts.
Rear Axle #
Front Axle #
Transmission and transfer case #
Engine, radiator and front grill #
Tire and combat wheels #
Firewall, tub, steering and pedals #
Fender, headlights and hood #
Seats and tub details #
Optional features #
Now is a better time to install the wheels
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Special Thanks to Joseph Hervy and Jon Madden who provided tremendous help without whom this RC version would never have seen the light of day.
Special Thanks to my Willys Jeep Forum friends: 5JeepsAz, bmorgil, gmwillys, okiemark and LarrBeard who have provided continuous support, dimensions, guidance, ideas, pictures and stories to help me make the best of this project. These great people have restored the real old Willys and Jeeps, they are Veterans, they’ve work for companies who where involved in the creation of the real Willys MB. Regardless of the silliness of my miniature plastic project compared to their real restoration project, they have welcomed me in their group. A sincere Thank You Guys!
You can meet these great people and read the story of this build right here.
Special thank you to Michel Auclair from the Willys du Québec Facebook group who provided dimensions and pictures of a genuine Willys MB front grill, without whom I would’ve not nailed this iconic signature piece of the Willys MB. Merci Michel!