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»

23K Miles! 1994 Jeep Cherokee Sport

It’s hard to believe that Jeep made the XJ Cherokee globally for three decades in basically the same shape/configuration/design. This incredible, like-new 1994 Jeep Cherokee Sport can be found here on eBay in Aberdeen, Maryland. The current bid price… more»

43K Miles: 1988 Jeep Comanche Pioneer

I saw a Jeep Comanche pickup a little over a year ago and it was so unusual and fun to see one in public. It was in a parking ramp and the owner must have thought that I was… more»

UPDATE: Million Dollar 1973 CJ5 Super Jeep!!!?

UPDATE – After featuring this Jeep, the owner decided to lower the price to a more reasonable $45,500. FROM 5/7/19 – Limited production, an unknown number of survivors, and a story about how it all came about that may… more»

Two For One: 1962 and 1965 Jeep FC170

Two, two, two Jeeps in one! The only thing better than one Jeep Forward Control would be having two of them and that’s exactly what this seller has listed here on eBay: a 1962 and a 1965 Jeep FC170…. more»

No Snow Please! 1976 Jeep Wagoneer

It’s a testament to the over-engineering of vintage Jeep products that so many Wagoneers and Cherokees are still on the road, looking like they could tackle the nearest rock crawl of snow-covered hill with ease. But on that last… more»

Rock Crawling Custom! Hard-Core 1970 Jeep Commando

If you’ve always wanted a bullet-proof four-wheeler with a bit of an out-of-the-box flair, this might be your ride! A majority of rock crawlers built like this one feature Bronco, Jeep or Toyota bodies. While this one is a… more»

35K Miles: 1985 Jeep Cherokee Pioneer

1,030 miles a year isn’t a lot to pile up on a 1985 Jeep Cherokee Pioneer, but this time capsule only has 35, 338 miles on it. It can be found here on craigslist in Windsor, Colorado, just southeast… more»

16,214 Miles! 1966 Jeep Wagoneer Survivor

Jeeps like these were a fixture at many ranches and farms from the 1960s through the 1990s. Jeep obliged by hardly changing the basic vehicle structure throughout its entire run (1962-1991). This survivor wearing its original paint is said… more»

Stretched Jeep: 1987 Jeep Grand Wagoneer Limousine by DaBryan Coachbuilders

It’s not every day that you see an oddball vehicle such as this 1987 Jeep Grand Wagoneer Limousine that Barn Finds reader Russell Glantz found here on eBay. However, sometimes you get a reminder of how truly small the… more»

New SUV Alternative: 73k Mile 1998 Jeep Cherokee

If you have gone new car shopping lately then you know how crazy the prices have gotten. Some of the SUVs cost nearly as much as a small house! That can make low-mileage 4x4s like this Jeep Cherokee very… more»

Survivor SUV: 1982 Jeep Wagoneer Brougham

The market for the early Jeep Wagoneer and later “Grand” Wagoneer is one of the more vexing ones to me, as there’s a huge gulf between project-grade examples and perfect survivors and/or restored trucks. Normally, there’s some sort of… more»

1 Of 100 Built: 1970 Hurst Jeepster

Jeepsters are some of the most visually-unique vehicles out there. A 1970 Hurst Jeepster is that and then some, and there is a darn good reason that we don’t see them very often….only 100 were made, and only 65… more»

Amazing Original Condition! 1985 Jeep Grand Wagoneer

Some of you may have nostalgic memories of riding in station wagons on family road trips when you were young. If you’re of my generation, the station wagons of the sixties and seventies made way to the S.U.V. culture… more»