Though this rig looks a bit like an M38A1, it’s really something unique. The Bobcat--or Willys model BC--was a 1953 result of an ongoing program to develop an extra-light Jeep. The body was aluminum, but it was stamped with modified M38 and M38A1 dies. An 240-pound aluminum version of the 134cid flathead was developed for the BC. Aluminum transmission and transfer-case housings were also made. The rig weighed 1,500 pounds. Though a number of prototypes were developed, the Bobcat never saw production.