The Jeep, 1940 to the Present


Only in a Jeep



 
These pictures came for a number of sources including web pages of the manufacturer, news groups and my own. Since most of these pictures came from news groups there may be a chance that your car is shown here.

I would like to invite any one that has a favorite Nash or Hudson picture or a Web Page that they would like added to this page to E mail me a copy.

John MacDonald

 
A brief history of the JEEP
The Jeep, that wonderful little vehicle that does just about everything.
It seems like it has been with us for ever but it didn't start it's life until 1940.
In that year because of World War II the US Army issued a set of specifications
For a general purpose utility vehicle.
The specifications were as follows:

The public tender
The need for a go anywhere reconnaissance vehicle was being felt by the Army since World War I and this promoted the appearance of several proposals over the years. After several tentative versions the specifications laid down by the Quartermaster Corps, on July 7, 1940, called for: 
1. A driving front axle with 2-speed transfer case including provisions for disengaging the front axle drive. 
2. A body of rectangular design with a folding windshield and 3 bucket seats. 
3. Increased engine power (presumably in respect to the Belly-flopper prototype). 
4. Means for towing. 
5. 30-caliber machine gun mount. 
6. Blackout lighting. 
7. Oil-bath air cleaner. 
8. Hydraulic brakes. 
9. Full floating axles. 
10. Wheelbase of 80". 
11. Maximum height of 40". 
12. Maximum weight of 1275 lbs. 
13. Approach and departure angles of 45 and 40 degrees, respectively. 
14. Must reach 50 mph on hard surface. 
15. Special bracing for a pintle hook setup. 
16. No aluminum to be used for cylinder head. 
17. At least 4 cylinders.
18. 8 of the 70 vehicles to made had to be four-wheel-steering. 

Ford, American Bantam and Willys-Overland answered the call.
Bantom built the first Jeep in 1940. It was the Bantam Pilot (BRC-60).
Seventy of these units were produced.
Ford produced two units called the PYGMY.
In 1941 they produced 3700 units called the Ford GP
Willys produced 1553 Model MA s
From there the rest is history.

The name Jeep also has an interesting story to it.
The first coinage of the word "JEEP", as applied to a motor vehicle, occurred during WWI. According to Major E.P. Hogan, who wrote a history of the development of the Jeep for the Army's Quartermaster review in 1941. The word "Jeep", he wrote. "is an old Army grease monkey term that dates back to WWI and was used by shop mechanics in referring to any new motor vehicle received for a test." Jeep was still used in Army motor pools well into the 1930's as general purpose or "GP" for short. Though in a 1941 Army manual it refers "GP" as Government 80" wheel base car (Jeep). 
Before then in 1936, the term 'Jeep' was it introduced to the world by a Popeye comic strip character, "Eugene the Jeep". The only words Eugene could say were "Jeep, Jeep", and "GP" then became "Jeep". Then the "Willys Quarter-Ton Jeep was 1st used by the U.S. military in WWII. When the WWII Jeep was issued during wartime, the term "Jeep" was here to stay.

In 1970 AMC (American Motors Corp.) bought Jeep from Kaiser.
AMC brought out the CJ 7 and put a V8 in the Jeep. They also went against the trend for this type of vehicle and offered a automatic transmission.
They also gave us the Sporty 2 door Full Size Jeep Cherokees and the family Wagoneer station wagon and to top that off they brought out the smaller 2nd generation Cherokees.
In 1984 the down sized Cherokees appeared. It received a great power increase in 1987 with the introduction of the inline 4 Liter engine.
This success story lasted until 1987 when AMC went out of business and the Jeep was 
acquired by Chrysler Corp.

A further note to the history of the Jeep was provided by Rodney Hawk of Butler, Pa..
" The American Bantam Car Works of Butler, Pa answered the call of the army and designed and successfully tested and demonstrated the jeep for the Army.  Willy's Overland and Fords entries did not meet the Army's specs.   American Bantam had a very limited production capacity so the army took Bantams entry and gave it to Willy's and Ford to produce.  Unfortunately there was no recognition or compensation for American Bantam and the company shortly went bankrupt.'
To read more about the American Bantam Car Works click on the link below.
Rodney also provided me with two web sites that tell the real story about the Jeeps beginnings.

 
Click here to View the Jeeps of World War II
 The first four pictures are of World War II Jeeps.
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The story of the
BANTAM JEEP
and how the standard WW II Jeep really came into being
On the Trail of Jeep History
The Early History: Bantam to MB

To View the Jeeps form 1980 to the present click here

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This page was last updated on Sept 12, 2016

I hope you enjoy your tour


There are many people who like Jeeps and then there is Randy Brown
Randy had the following to say about his Jeeps.
"I  just thought I'd send you a photo of my yard. There is a 66 CJ5 Tuxedo Park, 54 Willys truck I'm redoing, 89 Jeep Wrangler, 94 Jeep Wrangler. and not pictured is our 04 Grand Cherokee and our 98 Cherokee.

 
A Jeep Reborn
1974 Jeep CJ5
Every winter for 15 years, Dave Brudy's neighbor, Steve Bartolac, used this 
1974 Jeep CJ5 to plow every driveway in his Pennsylvania neighbourhood. The price, 
for you to drink a shot of jack Daniels with him, all while he is wearing jeans and
a tank top. 
So when Steve finally hung up his snowplow at 85, he offered Dave Brudy, the Jeep to restore. Dave did it in style, hiring a restoration shop to attend to the powertrain and chassis, repaint the body and reupholster the interior to create the little red Jeep of his dreams. Dave says that"The image of Steve plowing everyone's driveway in a tank top will live forever in my mind."

Steve is still going strong at 86. His wife is beautiful. I asked him if he ever got rid of it
I would take it and restore it in his name - he gave it to me and in 3 months (and a ton of money) I had it restored. Same 29,000 mile engine and drive train, all the same parts or replacement OEM parts. The fast restore was to get to the first ever Bantam Jeep
festival parade which was scheduled for Butler PA. the next summer. 

Steve and his wife still live 400 yards from Dave and he has paid for over 5 years to
have their driveway plowed every snow - it's my turn.  They still drive and live their life.
Very nice couple and you are welcome to call them if interested.

The Jeep had a feature in the Hearty magazine and has been on showroom floors for the new 2011 jeep unveiling. That's  very cool. I drive it all the time in the summer to car shows, sunny days parades and trips to the gym. I will never sell it. My 28 year old daughter has laid claim to it when I die. The Jeep only has 30,800 miles on it!


 
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1940 American Bantam Reconnaissance Car
1941 Jeep Willys
 
 
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 1942 Ford GPW
1944 Jeep Willys MB-1
 This is owned by Doron Segal from Israeli. 
It was renovated from "Samson's Foxes", an Israeli 
military unit that Israeli had during War of Independence, 
1948. It is similar to the British "sas"
 
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  1944 Ford GPW Jeep
 1945 Willys MB
 
This Jeep is owned by Dan McWilliams
He  I bought it from a farmer who bought it as 
surplus in 1952. He used it to spray his pasture. I strpped
and repainted it, replaced the dry rotted tires, and replaced
the missing speedometer. Interestingly, it had 4 coats of
paint. The original paint was OD Green, next was Marine
green, then naval air station yellow, and last was fire engine
red that the farmer did.
1945 Jeep CY2
 1946 Willys Jeep Station Wagon
   
 1946 Willys Jeep CJ2A
This Jeep is owned by Leo Allen
of Monrovia, California USA
1946 Willys Jeep CJ2A
 
 
Leo had the following to say about his Jeep.
" I purchased the 46CJ2A Willys in 1983 from the grandson of the original owner who lived in San Bernardino, California and had purchased it new in April 1946 It was manufactured 10 Oct 1945. I have the original title. The Jeep had 35,000 miles on the odometer, it is unrestored and the color is original other than the wheels; which were yellow. The engine is the original 134Cu.In. 4cyl. Willys with a standard bore.
Exterior was repainted and engine compartment fire wall was waxed. The metal was thick enough so that all holes were filled with a mig welder. The engine had a valve job, new rings & bearings. The radiator is original as is everything else including the wiring harness.
Addition/changes: Roll Bar, Bikini Top, Flush Mount tail lights, GM internally regulated alternator, Pertronix Ign. & coil 12Volt. It is unique in that it is a column shift, rather than a floor shift. I spent 20yrs. looking for a Jeep CJ like the one I finally found (all original & no rust) just the one I had waited for."
 1946 Willys Jeep CJ2A
 
   
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 1947 Willis CJ3A Jeep
 1947 Willis CJ3A Jeep
 These Jeep pictures were submitted by Greg Evans
 
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 1947 Willis CJ3A Jeep
 1947 Willis CJ3A Jeep
 
 
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 1947 Willis CJ3A Jeep
 
 
 
1947 Willys Jeep C-J2A
It has been pointed out to me that this Jeep
is not stock. The spare tire was mounted on the
right side. The gasoline can and spare tire
makes the tail gate unusable.
1947 Willis Jeep CJ3A 

Note the one piece windshield

   
 1947 Willys Jeep 4x4 2 Door Wagon
 1947 Willys Jeep 4x4 2 Door Wagon
 This picture was submitted by Lowe & Deveau from Bali 
 
 The following five Jeep are owned
by Ken Hurst of Northville, N.Y.
As you can see they are in various
stages of rebuilding.Ken is a guy who doesn't
like to have time on his hands
 
   
 1952 Jeep M38
 1952 Jeep M38
 This Jeep is owned by Owen Smith of Moncton NB Canada
 
 1952 Jeep M38
 1952 Jeep M38
   
 1947 Jeep Pickup
 1950 Jeep Pickup
   
 1964 Jeep Pickup
 1969 Jeep Pickup
 
 
  1962 Jeep Wagon before rebuild
 1962 Jeep Wagon Under Construction
 
 
 1948 Jeep Jeepster
1948 Jeep Jeepster
 
 
1948 Jeep Jeepster
1948 Willys Pickup
 
 
 1948 Willys Jeepster
 1948 Willys Jeep Station Wagon
 
 
 1948 Willys Overland Wagon
 1948 Willys Overland Jeep Panel
   
 
 1948 Willys Overland 2 Door Wagon
 
 This picture was submitted by Ron Severini and that is Ron in
the play pen. His father bouth the Jeep in the late 40's
 
 1948 Jeepster
This picture was submitted by
Juan Carlos Tuzzolino of Argentina
1948 Jeepster 
This picture was submitted by
Juan Carlos Tuzzolino of Argentina
 
 
 1948 Jeepster
This picture was submitted by
Juan Carlos Tuzzolino of Argentina
 1948 Jeepster
This picture was submitted by
Juan Carlos Tuzzolino of Argentina
   
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 1948 Willys Pickup
 1948 Willys Pickup
 This truck is owned by Paul Garrett, Moberly, MO, USA
 
 1948 Willys Overland Wagon
 1949 Willys Jeepster
 1949 Willys Jeepster Phaeton Convertible
 1949 Willys VJ 3 Jeepster Phaeton
 
 
1949 Jeepster
1949 Jeepster
 
 
1949 Willys Station Wagon
1950 Willys Jeep 2dr Station Wagon 
 
 
1950 Willys Jeepster
1950 Willys Jeepster
 
 
 1950 Willys Jeep Van
 1950 Willys Wagon
 
 
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 1951 Jeep CJ3A
   This totally restored Jeep is owned by Walter New,
Kingston, Georgia
 1952 Willys Pick-up
 1952 Willys Pick-up
 This Jeep is owned by Thomas F. Vitale of Seabrook, MD
 
 1952 Willys Pick-up
1952 Willys Pick-up
This Jeep os owned by Jonathan Roberts of
Pefferlaw, in Ontario, Canada.
 This Jeep is owned by Thomas F. Vitale of Seabrook, MD
 
   
 1952 Willys  Station Wagon
 1952 Willys  Station Wagon
 1952 Willys Station Wagon
 
 This 1952 Willys Station Wagon is owned by
Alberto R. Aburto Jarquín from Managua, Nicaragua
 

 

 
  1953 Willys Pickup
 
 This picture was submitted by Howard Theobald and the
Willys belongs to his son Jeff. it was Jeff's first frame off 
restoration at the age of 16. the specs are shown to the right
 
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1953 Willys Pickup
 
 This truck has a 350 Chevy engine with a Turbo 400 auto and AC 
 
 
1954 Willys M-38 A1 4X4 Military Jeep
 
   
 1955 Willys Jeep 2 Door Station Wagon
1955 Jeep M170 Front Line Ambulance
This Jeep is owned by James Cooper of Rochester NY
   
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 1956 IKA Jeep (Built in Argentina)
 1956 IKA Jeep (Built in Argentina)
This Jeep is owned by Federico Ponti, San Martín de los Andes
Neuquen Province, Patagonia Argentina
He had the following to say about his jeep.
" I´m a Jeep enthusiast, and I have one of the first production serie of argentinian made IKA (Industrias Kaiser Argentina) Jeep. My Jeep is one of the 1956 initial production model, first serie (JA-1A, similar to that shown on your page ), where some parts are locally made, like the engine (4 cyl Continental L-151), the wheels, the windshield, the electrical accesories and wires, seats, and (probably) the gearbox; but the body, chassis, transfer case and differentials are made in USA (few months after the production start, all this components were produced in Argentina). So, the body of my Jeep is equal to your initial production CJ-5´s.
I have owned my Jeep since 1992 and is under a slow
rebuilding process, fortunately, is in good conditions, without missig important, except the instrumental.
 
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 1956 IKA Jeep (Built in Argentina)
 1956 IKA Jeep (Built in Argentina)
 
 
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 1956 IKA Jeep (Built in Argentina)
 1956 IKA Jeep (Built in Argentina)
 
 
 
 
 The Jeep is  premier car produced in 1956 for IKA 
(Industrias Kaiser Argentina )
The engine was acontinental Kaiser four cylinder
built only in La Argentina.
 1957 Jeep FC 170 Pickup Truck
   
 1958 Willys Station Wagon
This Jeep is owned by 
Juan Carlos Tuzzolino from Argentina
 1958 Willys StationWagon
This Jeep is owned by
Juan Carlos Tuzzolino from Argentina
 
 
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 1958/62 Willys Jeep Pickup
 1958/62 Willys Jeep Pickup
 Gary Ashby, Ontario, Canada found these two old
Willys pickups in a scrap yard just waiting for
someone to restore them.
 
 1958 Willys StationWagon
This Jeep is owned by 
Juan Carlos Tuzzolino from Argentina
 1958 Willys StationWagon
This Jeep is owned by
Juan Carlos Tuzzolino from Argentina
   
1959 Willys Jeep DJ3A
1959 Willys Station Wagon Maverick
   
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 1959 Jeep FC 150 Series
 
This picture was submitted by James, Skippy, Hewett and was taken 
at a car show in Marion, NC over the weekend. (Nov 17/18 2012)
 
 1960 Willys Jeep Surrey
1960 Willys Jeep Station Wagon
This Jeep belongs to Kyle Johnson 
from Chicago, IL.
Kyle said that the Jeep once belonged to his grandfather.
   
 1960 Willys Wagon
This Willys is owned by Norm Johnson
It has a Ford inline 6-- 300ci, Holly carb, Clifford intake manifold, 
DUI one-piece ignition, custom radiator and pusher fan, a 3" lift to get the front drive shaft past the starter motor, Deaver rear springs, Rancho fronts, and some custom welding here and there.
Otherwise mostly stock. It is my camping buggy. 
I am out on the trail up in the Death Valley region or down in the San Jacinto's, or Coyote Canyon, or the Santa Rosa's, or the San Bernardino's or Little San Berdoo's, Bradshaw Trail, or Inscription canyon, or
Opal Mountain, Owl canyon, Cave Canyon......
ten to fifteen times a year. Norman Johnson
 1961 Jeep CJ 5
This picture was submitted by 
Kyle Johnson of Chicago, IL.
Kyle is in the process of restoring this Jeep
 1960 Willys Wagon
 1960 Willys Wagon
 
 
 1960 Willys Wagon
 1961 Willys Station Wagon
 
This picture was submitted by Hilary Preston. 
This Jeep was owned by Hecketts Engineering, Jamshedpur, India. Her father was their chief accountant and this was his company vehicle from 1961 to 1967.
 1961 Willys Station Wagon
This Jeep is owned by Cannon
 1961 Jeep Mighty Mite
 
 
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 1962 Willys Station Wagon
 1962 Willys Station Wagon
 
 
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 1962 Willys Station Wagon
 1962 Willys Station Wagon
 
 
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This Willys is owned by J.K. Agrawal who lives in 
the State of U.P. India 
 1962 Willys Station Wagon
 
 
 
 1962 Willys Jeep CJ5
 1962 Willys Jeep CJ5
 
 
 1962 Willys Jeep CJ5
 1962 Willys Jeep CJ5
 This Jeep is owned by John Powell 
He is a old minnesota boy now in the great state of WA. 
This jeep is a keeper for me it was born the same year 
as he is. He is doing a little small mods for the summer.
Got a bikini top and some nice 2inch fender flares.
It has 30x10.50x15 super swamper orig motor,
tranny and running gear.
 
1962 Willys Pickup
1963 Jeep Wagoneer 4dr SUV
   
 1964 Jeep CJ 5
 1964 Jeep CJ 5
 
 
 1964 Jeep CJ 5
 1964 Jeep CJ 5
 
  Here is Jenny 'accepting'
her 3 month late birthday present among
the family of the people I bought it from.
 Jenny and Alec and that beatiful birthday present
 
 
1964 Jeep CJ 5
1964 Jeep CJ 5
 This Jeep is owned by Alec Kitson
of Costa Rica. Alec had the following to say.
"I was in a little mountain town a couple of months
ago with Costa Rican friends and we ran across 
this car when visiting a family. The owner had cherished 
it since new and had died earlier this year - they
didn't know what to do with it and I liked it 
so well I bought it on the spot.

Interestingly, here in Central America economy was
king, then and now, and many people wanted a
diesel motor. There wasn't a suitable small US diesel 
so the local Jeep dealer imported Jeeps without 
engines then fitted imported 3 litre Perkins diesels here. 
I think it's the one that was used in Land Rovers
then, meaning a good pool of parts."

Alec continues his story 
"The Jeep is original - it's been a serious rural daily work vehicle in the mountains here for 40 years. The now dead owner cared for it, though, but made no cosmetic changes - except that he must fairly recently have taken advantage of a paint sale!

What happened is that I had forgotten my wife's birthday - she was in Canada and I was here in CR at the time, so I made a hasty attempt at remedy and arranged a surprise gathering several months later when she came south at 
which I ceremoniously 'gave' her the Jeep as a late
birthday present. She had no idea of its existence up the that moment, even though I had decided to buy it weeks before.

She was not fooled, of course, knew I wanted a toy ... 
but went along with the flow!"

 
 
 1964 Jeep CJ 5
 1964 Jeep CJ 5
 This CJ 5 picture was sent in by Chuck Rogers 
and it belongs to his grandfather Chub Rogers.
I bet this Jeep has seen many a backroad.
Well I just got the following story from Chuck.
Yes it does seem that this Jeep has seen a lot of
back roads.

"My grandfather passed away in the late 70's
He lived on the Rockcastle River by Corbin Ky.
He use to make moonshine back then.
They said it was the best you could get.
On the farm by Corbin in Keavy Ky, he use to drive on
dirt roads to get to the farm. Before that he used the 
tractor
to get around.
I remerber him taking me fishing at Laurel River before
they dammed the river. Now it is called Laurel River Lake.
The lake backed up over about 20 acres of the
farm around 1976. 
My uncle H M has the farm today, about 96 acres.
I love going to the farm and spending time with my uncle
and his family. We like taking the jeep 4 wheeling.
It don't get much better then that. H M and I use to
take his 1964 jeep and my 1979 jeep 4 wheeling at 
Rockcastle River a lot back in 1980. 
It's beautiful country there in Ky."

Chuck Rogers  sent me an updated 
picture of his grandfather's CJ 5. 
His uncle H M Rogers did the rebuild.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

 
 
 1965 Jeep CJ6
 1965 Jeep CJ6
 
 
1965 Jeep Wagoneer SUV
1966 Kaiser Jeep Super Wagoneer
   
 1966 Jeep Wagoneer Ad
 1966 Kaiser Jeep Super Wagoneer
   
 1966 Kaiser Jeep Super Wagoneer
 1966 Kaiser Jeep Super Wagoneer
 
 
 1967 Jeep Jeepster Convertible
1967 Jeep Jeepster Commando Roadster
   
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 1967 Jeepster Ad
 1967 Jeep Jeepster
   
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 1967 Jeep  V6 Flying Jeep Ad
 
   
 1968 Kaiser Jeep Commando
 1968 Jeep Jeepster Convertible
 
1968 Jeep DJ
These picture were submitted by Pete Erion 
and he has the following to say,
"This 1968 DJ series jeep is still in use today, even
given a horribly abused past. "
 1968 Jeep DJ
 
 
 1969 Jeep XJ 001 Concept Car
1969 Jeep Gladiator
 
 
 1969 Jeep CJ5
 1969 Jeep CJ5
 
 
This car is owned by Dave Smerechanski.
Dave is in the process of restoring this CJ 5.
He says there is alot of work to be done
 1969 Jeep CJ5
 
   
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  1970 Jeepster Ad
 1969 Jeepster Half Cab
 
 
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 1970 Jeepster Commando Half Cab


 1971 Jeepster Hurst Half Cab
(only 100 produced) had a 225 V6 in it and not a 360. 
AMC did not change engine options until 1972
in the Commandos.
 
 
 1970 Jeep Jeepster Commando Pickup
 1970 Jeep Jeepster Commando Wagoneer
 
 
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1973 AMC Jeepster Commandos (Bullnose) Half Cab
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These Half Cab pictures were provided by Jeff.
To view more of these Half Cabs
click on the link below.
 AMC changed the front clip of the
Jeepster Commando so they could fit the 304 in the engine 
compartment. Under the hood of this Half cab was a 401 ci. 
which needless to say gave it plenty power
 
1971 AMC Jeep Renegade-II Sport 4X4 
1971 AMC-Hurst Jeepster-360 Convertible Coupe 
   
1971 Jeepster Commando SC1
 M151-A1/A2 aka "MUTT"
   
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 1972 Jeep Wagoneer
 
 This picture was submitted by Suzanne Edmonds and is owned 
by her son, Matt Edmonds. Wagoneer. It's also been in her 
family since new, and is an unrestored survivor and daily driver.
 
   
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 1971 Hurst Jeep Commander
 1971 Hurst Jeep Commander
This Jeep was seen in Texas by Glenn Brymer. It was being offered for sale. Nov 2014
 
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 1971 Hurst Jeep Commander
 1971 Hurst Jeep Commander
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 1971 Hurst Jeep Commander
 1971 Hurst Jeep Commander
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 1971 Hurst Jeep Commander
 1971 Hurst Jeep Commander
1973 Jeep Renegade Ad
1973 AMC Jeep 4X4 Pick-Up Truck
   
 1974 AMC Jeep Cherokee
 1974 Jeep CJ5
   
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 1975 Jeep Cherokee
 1975 Jeep CJ5
 
 This jeep is owned by David Maxey, Memphis, TN
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 1975 Jeep CJ5
 1976 Jeep CJ7
   This Jeep is owned by Paul Ott Sr. from Sim Valley, CA
This Jeep is basically stock with some safety and traction enhancement modifications and has been on many rugged 4 wheel drive trails all over the Western United States. 
The trail shown is a waterfall section leading from Panamint City towards Ballarat near Death Valley, California in Surprise Canyon. 
The First 7 has been damaged on these trails over many years of hard 4 wheeling and I have stripped her to the bare bones and restored her two times to date. 
The Jeep has a stellar history of service to its owners.  This is how the saying “Only in a Jeep” came to be.
 
1978 Jeep CJ5
 
 This Jeep is owned by Adam Pratt
 
1978 Jeep Pickup
1978 Jeep J 20 Pickup Truck
   
 1978 Jeep CJ-7
This Jeep is owned by Ralph Hassel of the 
Philadelphia Pennsylvania area.
Ralph has the following to say
"For the most part, it's AMC stock. The 360 V8 didn't come with the Jeep (304 was the max size for the Jeep CJ) but it is an AMC engine
out of the Grand Cherokee.  If you need a list of specs, let me know.  Most of the specs are in the Jeep rebuild pages of my site."
 1978 Jeep CJ-7


Ralph also believe that you have to teach them
young and two isn't too young.

   
 1978 Jeep Wagoneer Limited
1979 Jeep 
 
 
 1979 Jeep Wagoneer 4 Door
 1979 Jeep CJ5
This picture was sent in by Chuck Rogers
along with his grandfather's 1964 CJ 5
1979 Jeep CJ-7 Renegade 
1979 Jeep Golden Eagle with Hardtop

 
 
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Click here to go the Jeep.com to get the details on the New 2006 Jeep Commander
Picture is from www.jeep.com
2006 Jeep Commander
 
When your wrong twice your wrong twice and it takes
a pretty good person to admit it.
!!!! The Cherokee Returns !!!!
with a new name

 
Your truck has gotten you out of some tough spots so why not give back?
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Eric Gordon's 1954 Kaiser
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I have started a page on the 
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