Now that's a "purdy" Jeep. When we first saw this '48 Willys pickup sitting on its spot on the grass for people to admire, we thought that was where it would stay for the rest of the day-but Christopher Fritch had a different idea for his truck. He had no intention of watching other people enjoy the obstacle course while his Jeep sat in place looking pretty. Power is passed from the engine through a TH400 transmission and Dana 20 T-case to a front Dana 44 and rear Dana 53. Both axles are locked and the 4.26 gears spin 315/70R17 Mickey Thompson Baja MTZs wrapped around 17x9 Classic II wheels.