Manual Transmission New interior Custom paint with pinstripping Custom stereo installed 12,000 winch installed on front push bars all around new wheels and tires Bikini top-no doors Custom side exhaust South Carolina Car Since 1999
The Willys Jeep (later Kaiser Jeep or AMC Jeep) is the civilian version of the Willys military Jeep of World War II. The first Willys CJ prototype (the CJ-2) was introduced in 1944, and the same basic vehicle remained in production through seven variants and three corporate parents through 1986 when production of the Jeep model was officially ended. The Jeep CJ-7 and Jeep CJ-8 were replaced in 1986 by the similar-looking Jeep Wrangler. The similar model DJ, was a 2-wheel drive only version made by AMC's AM General Division for the United States Postal Service which features a steel hard top and right hand drive. Only one Willys-Overland CJ-4 was ever built as an experimental concept in 1951. It used the new Willys Hurricane engine and had an 81 in (2,057 mm) wheelbase. The CJ-4 body tub was an intermediate design between the straightforward raised hood from the CJ-3B and the all new curved body style of the CJ-5. The design was rejected and the vehicle was eventually sold to a factory employee.