The Jeep CJ-5 was in production from the mid 1950s all the way until the the early 1980s, and—along with the M38A1 military model on which it is based—marked the beginning of the end of Jeep’s “flat fender” era. Just look at those beautiful rounded front fenders.
Jeep’s Grand Wagoneer from the 1980s and early ‘90s got the nickname “woody” for its vinyl faux-wood side panels, but this awesome Willys CJ-5 is the real woody. The whole body and interior are made of real, actual wood!
If unearthing cars stuck wasn't your favorite winter sport there was a simple solution in 1983—drive a Jeep. While those other chumps were trying to unearth their big rear wheel drive cars, you could be flying through the snow in any assortment of new Jeeps from the Cherokee to the Scrambler.
When Jeep introduced the new longer wheelbase CJ-7 as a compliment to their CJ-5 model they opened the door for spirited musical debates between CJ enthusiasts like the ones seen here. Whether you thought your CJ-5 was the toughest rig around or your CJ-7 could take a smaller Jeep anytime, it was clear there was…
In the words of host Bud Lindemann "In keeping with this recreational vehicle type show" Car and Track would occasionally take a vacation from the test track and head off road. That is exactly what we see in this week's 1973 Jeep CJ5 "off track" test.
Welcome to Found Off The Street, our look at cars found on the cape that rust liked so much it decided to summer there; Cape Cod, MA. Today we have a 1954 Willys CJ-3B.
Seven decades ago, the first small trucks built to bolster the U.S. Army's efforts in World War II rolled off a Ford assembly line. Wired.com's Autopia takes a look back at 70 years of Jeep history. - Ed.
If you are yearning for a unique project car this 4x4 MG MGB may be for you. Complete with rust, a questionable custom 4x4 conversion and potential title issues, the future owner is guaranteed an
absolute nightmare interesting automotive adventure.
In 1973, according to their advertising, Jeep was the toughest four-letter word on wheels. This dealer promo showcases what the 1973 Jeep CJ5 had to offer to customers on- and off-road, especially off.
Want proof that old Jeeps — the original military-spec off-roader — were a work of engineering genius? Watch six soldiers drive up, hop out, tear one apart, put it back together and drive away in four minutes.
We're going to wrap up the Canada-themed DOTS-O-Rama Sunday now, with this pair of Jeeps that Schweppes found on the mean streets of Windsor, Ontario. He's also included some bonus shots of an Acura NSX he spied during his travels. Jump to read his description and see the entire gallery.
You know what big-haired early-80s chicks really liked? No, we mean even more than cocaine. That's right, a macho dude who rides a buffalo to work! Thing is, sometimes you need a ride that doesn't leave bovine poop in the parking garage, and then there's the matter of getting Buffalo Crotch Scabies from bareback bison…