First published and released in 1985 and re-released in 1997, The Jeep Bible by four-wheeling legend of yore Granville King is one of the most interesting Jeep CJ history/repair/tuneup/modification publications available. Not only does it address the finer points on the evolution of the Jeep CJ, from early prototype models that never saw production to the flatfender military models and the now discontinued CJ models, it's done so in the author's unique voice that's so easy to read you almost feel as if Granville himself is sitting beside you reading aloud over your shoulder. The 1997 version is revised and updated by another well-known 4x4 magnate, Willie Worthy. Written "personally for the Jeep cult," The Jeep Bible includes spec drawings, Jeep history, and anecdotes by Granville about life, Jeeps, SuperDawg, inherent Jeep problems, troubleshooting ideas, all-around important stuff, and Jeep jargon that you won't find anywhere else in the world (well, maybe). It's a darn good read, whether you're a Jeep owner or not. Check it out. You'll be a better 'wheeler for doing so.