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Jeep hasn't sold a pickup truck since 1992, when the XJ Cherokee-based Comanche went out of production. Since then, Jeep has made many concept pickups to tease us.Now, we know that a JL Wrangler ...
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Shortly after introducing the CJ series, little more than a civilian-ized version of the wartime Jeep, Willys-Overland brings out the larger "4x4 Pickup" in 1947.
The return of a Jeep-based pickup truck is exciting. While it may not carry the legendary Scrambler nameplate, it will be a unique offering in an increasingly crowded market of compact pickup trucks.
1979 Jeep J10 $2,000 Color Red Engine 8 Miles N/A. You are looking at a 1975 Jeep J10 Pickup, been sitting for a few years but a great project! I feel that my price of $2,000 which I am sure YOU will feel is very fair for a pickup like this one with the potential that this vehicle has.
The Drive happened upon a small convoy of two Jeep Wrangler pickup truck test mules making a lunch stop on Tuesday, and in doing so, we managed to uncover a tantalizing detail: From all ...
The Jeep® Gladiator is the world’s only open-air pickup truck and has been engineered from the ground up to deliver Best-in-Class towing and Best-in-Class payload.
But the Gladiator concept truck, based on the rough and tumble Jeep trucks that were produced from 1963 to 1987, was never intended to be produced and sold. It was simply a demonstration that the creatives at Chrysler were still capable of flexing their muscle in innovative ways.
Today is a big day for Jeep and for Jeep fans, who have waited since before Lee Iacocca retired from Chrysler in 1992 for another Jeep truck after the Cherokee-derived Comanche died off. And folks ...