Our first stop on the farm Jeep test involved a new ’13 Jeep JK Wrangler Unlimited 10th Anniversary Rubicon supplied to us by the Jeep supply house Quadratec. This is a beautiful vehicle with glossy black paint, red leather seats, tinted windows, red towhooks, and painted and machined wheels inside BFGoodrich mud-terrain tires, but can it plow a field? To show what the farmer in the 1940s could buy, we rounded up this Willys CJ-3A. We admit it’s actually a newer ’51 model, but it does have a power take-off for running farm equipment and the “luxury” addition of passenger and back seats as well as a windshield. Yes, a windshield was an option back then. These Jeeps cost between $1,000 and $1,300 when new.