Islander Survivor: 1992 Jeep Wrangler

The Jeep products of the 1990s are among some of the most iconic models the company has ever produced. From the Wrangler to the Wagoneer, Jeep was seemingly firing on all cylinders with its lineup. The YJ-series Wrangler was… more»

Make Local Deliveries! 1963 Jeep FJ Fleetvan

Most people associate the Jeep brand with small, off-road vehicles that date back to World War II. But did you know that Willys Motors and Kaiser-Jeep were also in the delivery van business? They built the little FJ Fleetvan… more»

Incredible Patina: 1978 Jeep CJ-5

People talk about patina all the time but rarely with a good sense of the distinction between what makes a vehicle honest and loved versus unrestored and neglected. To me, patina carries much more weight when the vehicle in… more»

Running But Rusty: 1980 Jeep CJ-7 Golden Eagle

I always admire a seller who is candid about the classic they are trying to shift to a new home. Viewing the vehicle through rose-colored glasses is easy, but listing its various faults and shortcomings can be difficult without… more»

32k Mile Survivor? 1968 Jeep Jeepster Commando

Launched in 1966, the Jeepster Commando SUV was designed to compete with the likes of the Ford Bronco and International Scout. It did fairly well until after Jeep was acquired from Kaiser by American Motors, but demand began to… more»

BF Auction: 1975 Jeep Cherokee S

Do you hear that? You do? That, my friends, is the unmistakable call of the wild. Mother Nature is emerging from her winter slumber and beckoning those with a sense of adventure to head out to enjoy all she… more»

Take Your Pick: 1978 Dodge Challenger or 1990 Jeep Cherokee

What do a 1978 Dodge Challenger and a 1990 Jeep Cherokee have in common? Well, they both had Chrysler’s footprint on them. At one time, Chrysler owned as much as 20% of Mitsubishi Motors who built the 1978-83 Challenger,… more»

Post-War Civilian Jeep: 1947 Willys CJ-2A

At the close of World War II, Willys-Overland introduced a civilian version of the military Jeep they had built a countless number of in the 1940s. Dubbed the CJ-2A, it differed from the Armed Forces version only slightly, with… more»

Super Clean TJ: 1996 Jeep Wrangler

The TJ-series of the Jeep Wrangler is going to be an item to watch if you’re like me and enjoy hypothesizing about future vehicle values. From its classic Jeep looks to the fact that the Wrangler began to evolve… more»

Arctic Top! 1972 Jeep CJ-5

Somewhere between a farm tractor and today’s Jeep Wrangler, the Jeep CJ5 offers go-anywhere capabilities in a (theoretically) road-legal utility vehicle. This 1972 Jeep CJ5 in San Antonio, Texas recently swallowed a claimed $1200 in parts and runs and… more»

Rare 1964 Jeep CJ-5A Tuxedo Park Mark IV

With my 8th anniversary at Barn Finds just a couple of days behind me, I thought I’d try to tackle a vehicle I rarely take on: a Jeep CJ. Some of you folks are experts and have owned them… more»

Ready for Adventure: 1979 Jeep CJ-7 Golden Eagle

Jeep shares one trait with many manufacturers: It enjoys a history of releasing various trim packages across its existing model range. One such variant is this 1979 CJ-7 Golden Eagle. It presents well for a largely original and unrestored… more»

BF Auction: 1977 Jeep Wagoneer

UPDATE – The seller has added a video taking a closer look at this Jeep! In the 1960s, there weren’t a lot of options for family-friendly SUVs, and there certainly weren’t any luxury 4x4s. The Jeep Wagoneer debuted in… more»

Hidden Gem? 1951 Willys-Overland Jeepster

Jeep = Kleenex, if you think about it. Almost nobody says, “Please hand me a facial tissue.” Instead, they say, “Please hand me a Kleenex.” Almost everyone who isn’t a dyed-in-the-wool car guy or car gal refers to most… more»

Kansas Estate Find: 1948 Willys Jeep 4×4 Pickup

Willys-Overland sure made some desirable vehicles, my favorite of which would be their line of 4×4 pickups. They’re primitive by today’s standards, but I didn’t even have to say that, and that’s what is a big attraction for me…. more»

V6 3-Speed: 54K-Mile 1967 Jeepster Commando

The seller refers to this 1967 Jeepster Commando as being “highly original” and says that it only has 54,000 miles, which averages to 947 miles a year. No wonder it looks so nice. We’ve seen many Jeepster Commandos here… more»

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