For the second-generation Wrangler, Jeep went retro with the design taking plenty of inspiration from the CJ-7.
Thankfully, the square headlights were dropped in favor of round units.
Well-known Jeep features such as a fold-down windshield and removable doors were retained.
A four-link coil suspension system was used for the TJ Jeep Wrangler.
Customers could choose between a soft top and removable hard top.
A right-hand-drive version of the 1997 Jeep Wrangler.
The new interior featured airbags for both the driver and passenger.
A sport bar came standard on all TJ Jeep Wranglers.
In 2003, the Wrangler Rubicon debuted with a push-button actuated locking front and rear axles, low-range transfer case and 32-inch tires.
The 2004 model year saw the addition of the Wrangler Unlimited, which featured a longer wheelbase to provide additional rear legroom and more cargo space.
This one has Mopar accessories.