Speaking of the Arctic… December has arrived, and if the snow isn’t flying already in your neighborhood, it’s sure to soon. Don’t you wish you had a Jeep® Forward Control truck to get you through the workday? This 1956 4×4 truck was designed by Brooks Stevens with a full-size cab over the engine to give plenty of room in the back, making it versatile and easy to modify into an airport service truck, delivery truck, wrecker, dump truck, fire truck, or other utility vehicle. The engineering was based on the existing CJ-5 frame and wheelbase, and the vehicle was powered by the Hurricane F-head and L-head 4-cylinder engine. Imagine the possibilities – just hook up a snowplow and get to work.