The 1968 Kaiser Jeep M715 of Bryce Malone, honoring his father and other Senior Chiefs who have served in the Navy has always been Bryce’s ultimate mission.
When he purchased it, he had some problems, with a shortage of electricity being the main one. The M715’s body had no rust and was in excellent condition; it was disassembled and media blasted at Bryce’s home shop. To handle the additional horsepower, the transmission underwent the necessary improvements and rebuilding. He replaced the canvas and added Dakota Digital gauges, a heater, a fan, and new door and window seals. From the bumpers, drop-down electric stairs, bed-mounted spare tire, cooler, and jack carrier, to the custom PRP seats, everything about this M715 is custom-built. The truck is intended to be as durable as the Senior Chiefs it was made to symbolize. Reflex bed liner covers the entire undercarriage, cab floor, and bed.