Survivor Scrambler: 1982 Jeep CJ-8 SR Sport

For five years, Jeep manufactured the CJ-8, which was a long-wheelbase version of the CJ-7 with a removable top and a pickup style rear bed. Many featured the “Scrambler” appearance package, such as this 1982 Jeep CJ-8 SR Sport… more»

Luxury SUV Ancestor: 1966 Jeep Super Wagoneer

Jeeps are one of those brands that stand out. Almost everyone around the globe knows the Jeep name, their heritage runs deep. Wait, is that a tag line from a Jeep commercial? This 1966 Jeep Super Wagoneer is arguably… more»

Desert Find 4×4: 1947 Willys CJ2A

This 1947 Willys CJ2A is a pleasing survivor, wearing its years of sun-battered paint and roughshod living proudly – as a Jeep should. Few modern Jeep products will ever appear this well-loved, so take a closer look at this… more»

Toyota Dealer Trade: 1984 Jeep Grand Wagoneer Limited

This 1984 Jeep Grand Wagoneer is listed for sale by a Toyota dealership for just under $30,000. That’s a huge asking price, but there is a strong following for this era of Jeep that is popular with enthusiasts and… more»

Older Lady Owned: 1978 Jeep J-10 Pickup

A lot of us dream about opening a garage door and finding a dusty vehicle that looks as good as this 1978 Jeep J-10 pickup does. This hidden 4×4 can be found here on eBay in Eden, Idaho with… more»

Hunting Truck Rescue: 1947 Willys CJ2A

When it comes to Jeeps of practically every vintage, few vehicles get quite the same nods of approval when left in completely ratty condition. This 1947 Willys CJ2A has lost all of its paint and looks like it just… more»

Off-Road Runner: 1956 Jeep CJ5

This is essentially exactly how you’d picture a Jeep being used: paint burnt off, oversized tires on steel wheels, the most basic top possible, and doing duty on a rural property high into the California mountains. This example is… more»

All Original: 1982 Jeep Scrambler CJ-8

With the new Jeep Gladiators showing up on showroom floors, consumers are eager to get into the 4×4 game. While this 1982 Jeep Scrambler CJ-8 is not the latest and greatest, it’s all original, un-restored and can help you… more»

Perfect Graphics: 1980 Jeep J10 Honcho

You have to love vintage cars and trucks that featured period graphics kits where the colors and stripes still look like brand new. That’s certainly the case with this 1980 Jeep J10 “Honcho” edition, which has supposedly been in… more»

Driverable 1946 Willys Jeep For $2k!

While not in pristine condition by any means, this 1946 Willys Jeep actually looks like it could be a really good deal with a $2k asking price. It has some rust issues that need to be addressed and is… more»

Dry Ranch Rig: 1984 Jeep Laredo

With under 50,000 original miles, this 1984 Jeep CJ7 Laredo has lead a gentle life living as a ranch vehicle in Texas. Apparently, ranch work wasn’t too taxing given the condition the Jeep is in, with mostly original paint… more»

Jeff in the Junkyard: Classics for Sale

I recently went on a quick expedition to try and track down a 1990 BMW 325ix parts car; sadly, it didn’t yield much fruit. However, I did come across an long-standing salvage yard under new ownership that has cleaned… more»

1979 Jeep Cherokee Golden Eagle Project

When it comes to special edition trim packages, finding a specimen with the unique cosmetic tweaks still intact is hard to do when dealing in barn finds. Sure, you may discover a vehicle that was one of the limited… more»

One-Owner! 1982 Jeep J-10 Honcho

I have had my 1978 Yamaha XS750E since around 1981. Other than that, I can’t think of a vehicle that I have owned for as long as the single owner has had this 1982 Jeep J-10 Honcho. There’s something… more»

48k Original Miles: 1988 Jeep Cherokee Laredo

Every now and then a 4×4 will come along, and you’ll look at it and feel that it would almost be wrong to point it at a dirt road, let alone take it into anywhere wild and rough. That’s… more»

SoCal Scrambler: 1982 Jeep CJ-8

Jeep was still a few years away from having their own small pickup, and the Scrambler was sort of their stop-gap measure. The company had to try to grab buyers who were scrambling (no pun intended) towards Japanese pickups… more»