The Jeep CJ-2A was the first Jeep marketed toward the civilian market.
The CJ-2A was produced for four years between 1945 and 1949. Power came from a 134-cubic-inch in-line four-cylinder engine.
Carried over from its military counterparts, the fold-down windshield made it to the civilian model.
Compared to the CJ-2A, the CJ-3A received a one-piece windshield and a stronger rear axle.
Updates in 1953 brought about a name change to the CJ-3B.
A taller grille and hood were implemented in the CJ-3B in order to fit a new Hurricane F-Head four-cylinder engine.
The CJ-5 debuted in 1955 with slightly larger dimensions compared to the CJ-3B.
In addition to the longer wheelbase and overall length, the CJ-5 featured engine, transmission and axle upgrades.
The CJ-5 had production run that ran for more than 30 years. More than 600,000 CJ-5s were built.
Compared to the CJ-5, the CJ-6 featured a 20-inch longer wheelbase.
1955 Jeep(R) Dispatcher (J-0278)
1955 Jeep Willys.
1971 Jeep(R) Renegade II (J-0284)
1973 Jeep(R) CJ-5
1982 Jeep(R) Scrambler (CJ-8) (J-0287)