Willys MA


Ford
GP



Willys MB


Ford GPW




Ford GPA


Trailers


Willys CJ-2A

Attaching hardware


Stamping


Stencils


Latches





Updated 26 november 2006
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INTRODUCTION


After spending so much time and money on my jeep restoration, I was disappointed on the quality of reproduction data plates available on the market. So I did my own research on the subject and I decided to make my own data plates. The more I discovered on the different styles of plates, the lettering types, the changes, and materials used in WWII, the more fascinated I became by the subject. I also began to realize from other collectors that there was a general frustration in not being able to get reproduction plates to match the high standard of their jeep restorations. 

So now I have studied and  reproduced already many styles of dataplates. These plates are 100% correct in style and use of material (metal) for the various WWII Jeeps and other vehicles. I used the exact materials, in the right thickness and the same letter style as on originals.

The fonts are not ready made fonts from the computer, but every letter is redrawn form original plates. These are absolutely the best you can gat, your restoration deserves the little extra attention to detail that these dataplates will bring. And for that authentic look, I can stamp your plates using especially made stamps. I have 5 full range of fonts to be as accurate as possible for the model, serial number and d.o.d. of your jeep.

Please ejoy this website, if you like the read all info about dataplates in chronological sequence clic on the little jeep. Or if you like to see what other people writes about my dataplates, look at: feedback


If you have an picture of an original dataplate; Willys MA, Ford GP, Bantam BRC, Willys MB, Ford GPW, Trailers or Early Willys CJ2-A, please send it to me and you will receive a free set of miniplates from me!

Quote:
"An old jeep guru once advised me that the two places you'll get the greatest amount of looking at are the Data Plates and the gauges. Even if they can't see under your hood, they will eyeball your plates and the gauges you have.....and if they are correct, you are lookin' good......"

"The bitterness of poor quality lingers long after the sweetness of the lowest price has faded"

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