The forefather of the Jeep is the Willys MB. Developed in the 1940s this 4x4-truck was supposed to be small, relatively cheap and produced in large quantities. The soldiers loved the vehicle for it's endurance and agility. This tiny model, made from seven layers of plywood sports the distinctive features like the nine-slot steel grille, the spare tire and the gasoline canister mounted on the back. I decided against adding more details (like the steering wheel) because it would have result...