FC-150 Leads Busy Life at Michigan Boys' Camp
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FC-150 LEADS BUSY, USEFUL LIFE AT MICHIGAN BOYS' CAMP

Boys' camp have long been one of the most active markets for 'Jeep' four wheel drive vehicles.  In general they are located in off-the-road spots often difficult to get to.  In many cases they are opened up for weekend use the year around in inclement as well as good weather; and just about without exception, they are made up of teen-age and sub-teen youngsters for whom 'Jeep' vehicles hold a strange, yet accountable, fascination.  Such is the case at Camp Storer, Toledo YMCA Camp at Napoleon, Michigan, where according to Mr. E. D. Chapman.  General Secretary, "'Jeep' vehicles have become a tradition down through the years with literally thousands of boys and their parents becoming well acquainted with these very serviceable and practical vehicles."

FC-150 pulling canoes at Boys' Camp