Welcome to India Jeeps, specialist in the restoration of vintage Ford GPW, and Willys Jeeps.
The evolution of Jeeps in my life started as a passion, which gradually grew into a nagging obsession, it kind of aptly fitted my story line. My first vintage Jeep I ever had was a Willys MB, which I acquired in 1979. This iconic Jeep originally belonged to late HH Maharaja of Jaipur, which I was fortunate enough to purchase. I began the restoration of vintage Jeeps in 2007.
Vintage Jeeps Restored :
- 1942 Ford-Willys MB, Military Jeep – 6 volts, 4 x 4, left hand drive (petrol) Indigo blue with white visor
- Ford GPW 1944 – 6 volts, 4 x 4, left hand drive (petrol) – Olive Green
- Willy CJ3B 1956 and 1958 – 6/12 volts, 4 x 4, left hand drive (Petrol) – Black with Gold Visor & White with Red Visor
- 1960 Willys CJ3B – Extended Chassis -12 volts, 2 x 2, right hand drive (petrol), modified – Red with pale pink visor
- Jonga Nissan P60, 3956 CC Petrol, 1963 design, 4 x 4, right hand drive, original Indian Army issue, hard top – Green
Vintage Cars & Bikes Restored:
- 1958 Ambassador Car Mark 1 – This is the first model of the Ambassador car, that was introduced, after the Landmaster production was stopped (Petrol) – Black
- Royal Enfield Motor Cycle – 1966, the last model/year, the Royal Enfield motor cycle was manufactured in England. Circa 1967, the Royal Enfield Motorcycle production was shifted to Madras (Chennai) India – Burgundy