A quick history of Jeep 4x4's and their manufacturer.
1942: Ford GPA - Amphibious Jeep or Seep.
Civilian Jeeps - CJ
CJ2A: 1945-1949, first civilian Jeep.
CJ-3B: (b) 1953-1964,
one piece wind-screen, low wipers.
CJ-4: [ ? ? ? ]
CJ-5: (a) 1955-1969 one piece windscreen, high wipers.
CJ-5: (b) 1970-1983 low wipers.
Terminated after the '83 year due to safety
CJ-6: 1955-1969 one piece windscreen, high wipers, 101" wheelbase.
CJ-6: 1970-1976 low wipers, 101" wheelbase.
CJ-7: 1976-1986 S/T or removable plastic hard-top.
1985 Jeep CJ-7 (right) courtesy of
Dick Salsbury [5/97]
Last year was 1986 as the Wrangler YJ came in in 1987
a 1985 CJ-8 or Scrambler (right) belonging to
Last year was 1986 as the Wrangler YJ came in in 1987 [MK].
1987...: Wrangler YJ [MK]
Military JeepsMC M38: 1950-1951 military, one piece wind-screen, low wipers. MD M38A1: 1951-1971 military, two piece wind-screen, high wipers. M151 Jeep (Mutt) and HMMWV (Hummer or Humvee) in Military Vehicles /Mil/Mil.html RST-V 2000...
The Commanche is the ute (pickup) version of the
This 1986 model is fitted with the V6 and automatic
members of the Military Vehicles Club,
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