The Jeffery Quad WWI Truck 1917 is a unique and long-lasting machine, capable of tackling any terrain, no matter the conditions. It was produced by the American Jeffery Quad Company in 1917 and was the first four-wheel drive truck of its kind. The Jeffery Quad features a six-cylinder in-line Buda engine with 45 horsepower, just enough power to traverse mud, sand, or snow. It is also strong enough to carry a payload of 4,500 pounds. This truck has a four-speed manual transmission and provides ease of operation, even in the most rugged of environments. Its worm-gear drive technology and robust steel frame provide reliable performance with years of durability. The four-wheel drive models feature a two-speed transfer case for all-wheel-drive capability, making it a great choice for farmers, campers, and military personnel. With a length of 187 inches, a width of 84 inches, and a height of 84 inches, the Jeffery Quad WWI Truck is surprisingly manoeuvrable despite its size. The exterior is covered in a deep olive drab paint with a tan canvas top, making it resistant to wear and corrosion in all weather conditions. It has distinctive features, such as the large fenders, wide running boards, Xenon headlights, and black steel mesh radiator grille. The mechanicals, too, are powerful and reliable, featuring a heavy-duty suspension and front axle, heavy-duty tires with large treads, and a non-slip differential. With its impressive all-terrain capabilities and longevity, the Jeffery Quad WWI Truck 1917 is one of the most enduring symbols of Americas industrial might and ingenuity.
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