Back in the 1930's, tourists that visited Glacier National Park would have been riding around in a vehicle known as a Jammer.
It is not surprising how it got its name. The sound of the gears jamming was hard to ignore.
Park Rangers would drive tourists from one side of the park to the other.
Luckily, thirty-two of these unique cars were renovated to make them environmentally safe.
The National Park Service spent $800,000 on renovations and then returned them to the park.
Today, you can request a ride on one of these 17 passenger vehicles to explore the park.