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Jeep CJ 1945 - 1986

Jeep CJ 1945 - 1986

By Robert Ackerson
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Paperback • 25x20.7cm • 208 pages • 300 pictures

ISBN: 978-1-787115-39-2


£ 19.99 Postage + P&P (eBook prices vary, and delivery is free)

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Chapter Titles

Features

• The complete history of the CJ Jeeps-America's legendary 4x4
• Complete specifications and features of all CJ Jeeps 1945-1986
• A fact-filled, colorful portrait of the Great CJ Jeeps
• Hundreds of CJ color photos
• Detailed information on all engines that have powered the CJ Jeeps
• Detailed reviews of all CJ special edition and limited production models
• Information on all CJ appearance and utility options
• An unequaled study of the CJ's role in the history of Sport Utility Vehicles
• Details the role of Willys, Ford and Bantam in CJ history
• A fact-filled, colorful history of the CJ Jeeps

Description

Back in print after a long absence!
With it's beginnings in pre -WWII America, and now Incredibly popular globally the CJ Jeep is widely regarded as America’s workhorse. This fascinating book charts the history and evolution of probably the most successful utility vehicle ever made.

Synopsis

Back in print after a long absence!
This book is devoted to the story of the CJ Jeep. It has a detailed, carefully researched text, hundreds of color illustrations, and charts illustrating the specifications and options of all CJ model from the CJ-2A to the final version, the CJ-7. It provides readers with the story of the CJ s origin as the MB Jeep of World War Two, its early popularity as a utility vehicle and its evolution into a rugged 4x4 suitable for work or play.

Additional Information

Period Covered: 1945-1986

Models Covered:
Bantam
Willys Quad
Ford Pygmy
Ford GP
Ford GPW
Willys MA
Willys MB
CJ-2A
CJ-3A
DJ-3A/DJ-5
Gala and Surrey models
CJ-3B
CJ-5
DJ-5
CJ-6
CJ-7
Production-(note-very few sources agree on these figures-they should be consider only as approximate numbers)
CJ-2A: 214,000
CJ-3A: 138,000
CJ-3B:141,400
DJ-3A: 1,900
CJ-5: 611,000
DJ-5: To be determined
CJ-6: 50,000
CJ-7: 379,000

   

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