That is actually realistic, believe it or not. Some reserve units were still running WW2 and Korean War-era equipment into the early 90s because some of the lifer officers and mechanics who served with those old vehicles for years liked to keep them around. My dad's jeep was actually in the army until about 1975, when he rescued it from being scrapped alongside the more-modern MUTTs. Jeep Bee's (Bumblejeep's?) alt mode is a WW2 jeep, mainly indicated by the style of the grill. WW2 jeeps have more grill slats in them than anything Jeep designed later. If you opened his hood you'd probably find that you can flip the headlights upside-down so that they'd light up the engine compartment The WW2 jeeps also had the shovel and axe mounted on the driver side under where the driver enters the vehicle. FUN FACT: The WW2 stamped jeep grill is actually a Ford design, not Willys. I think Willys reduced the grill design down to seven slats to avoid patent infringement, or something like that. There was a court case where a Ford engineer who helped design the WW2 jeep grill talked about the design and how it pertained to Chrysler not actually having any basis for going after an aftermarket grill company due to the grill originally being a Ford design. Alright I'm done nerding out over army trucks unless someone wants to PM me.