Canadian Army Unit Takes Apart Jeep in Under 90 Seconds
Oh and they put it back together too in roughly the same amount of time!
According to various articles online, the Jeep is a modified M38A1 Willys MB, which was heavily used by the Allied Forces in World War II.
The Jeeps were a fixture in the war because they were lightweight, durable, and versatile. They could also be shipped efficiently in crates and stacked; and were relatively simple to assemble once they arrived at their destination. The minimal number of parts also made repairs easier.