With a roll bar, a parachute, a blown V8 engine and rear paddle tires, this Jeep eats up the competition! Being a modified version of the '42 Jeep CJ-2A from World War II, this truck has an oversized engine sticking through the hood (something we've come to expect from Hot Wheels) and four exhaust pipes protruding from the each side. Imagine if this vehicle were in WWII!
The Custom '42 Jeep CJ-2A has come out in the following 1/64 scale versions:
|Col #||Year||Series||Color||Tampo||Base Color / Type||Window Color||Interior Color||Wheel Type||Toy #||Country||Notes / Variations||Photo|
|Olive Drab Green||White star & HW logo on sides, 5-point Star & 'Jeep' on hood||Chrome / Plastic||None||Beige||OR5SP , 5SP||N4030||Malaysia||New Models|
Base code(s): B21
|Khaki||Olive star & HW logo on sides, Star & 'Jeep' on hood||Chrome / Plastic||None||Green||OR5SP , 5SP||N4030||Malaysia||New Models|
Base codes(s): B34, B45
|2010||Race World Jungle|
|Khaki||Green & Gold Camoflauge & Black 'Safari' on sides||Chrome / Plastic||None||Tan||Gold OR5SP , 5SP||L2593||Malaysia||Base codes(s): C18|
|-||2013||Flying Customs||White||Yellow & Red flames on sides & hood||Unpainted / Metal||None||Red||CT , BW||X8191||Thailand||Base code(s): E46|
Designer: Willys-Overland Motors
Birthplace: Toledo, Ohio, USA
Specialty: With a roll bar, a parachute, a blown V8 engine, and rear paddle tires, this Jeep vehicle eats up the competition like a ham sand-wich.
Acceleration 0-60: 3.0
- Despite being named as a '42 (1942) Jeep, the CJ-2A model wasn't available until late in 1945. (CJ standing for 'Civilian Jeep')