Bruce Uher Sr. founder here at Specialty Jeeps bought his first Willy’s Jeep when he was 13 years old and paid only $50 for it with money he saved from mowing lawns, shoveling snow and delivering newspapers, figuring he could fix it up by the time he turned 16. The Jeep was all rusted out and his dad was ready to kill him.
He is now in his late 50's and has set his son Bruce Uher Jr. up in business and has turned a hobby into a full time business. They have restored numerous models of Willy’s Jeeps and trucks from the World War II era in the early 40’s right up into newer Jeeps today.
Our sole purpose is to preserve history and preserve the vehicles that served our veterans in wars from WWII to present. We take Jeep vehicle and restore them to mint condition. We are a dealer for many of the parts manufacturers so we offer new and used parts along with service on all makes and models of Jeeps.
We specialize in ground up restorations. We take the Jeep clear down to the frame and sandblast all the parts along with new seals, brake lines, etc. When the Jeep is done it looks as if it just rolled off the assembly line in Toledo.
Restoring and working on Jeeps is nothing but pure satisfaction for us. We love even the hard part of sandblasting because you know the end result is so rewarding when you sit back and look at that beautiful machine you just built! We take pride in every Jeep we restore down to the finest detail.
Bruce Sr. still operates is MultiMedia-Interactive business where he creates marketing materials, marketing campaigns and does design work for major corporations, rock and country music artists. He was a full time salaried employee for Charlie Daniels and The Charlie Daniels Band for 26 years until Charlie passed away.
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