The Jeep Wrangler has been a staple since the 80’s when its first generation came about. Since then this Jeep, which has been linked to ties from WWII production, has come a long way and is in its 4th generation currently. Even though American Motor Corporation and Chrysler have never given direct confirmation that the Jeep Wrangler stems from the Civilian Jeeps produced by Willy’s Kaiser Jeep and AMC after the WWII Jeep, it is impossible to not grasp how many similarities there are between the two. While the Wrangler series was redesigned to be more user friendly on the road with day to day drivers, the Wrangler also has a separate body and frame, with removable doors, a tapering nose design, removable hard or soft tops and even more similarities that tie to the WWII CJ Jeeps. This stems into the first generation of production of the Jeep Wrangler.