Ever wondered what was the prices for Jeep Willys models in 1960?
Here is two sheets about the advertised delivered prices government sales Division in 1960.
It listed models; CJ-3B, CJ-5, CJ-6, Pick-up Truck, Station Wagon and delivery, DJ-3A, FC-150 and FC-170. The less expensive was the Basic DJ-3A Jeep dispatcher while the most expensive was the FC-170 Closed Cab Dual rear Wheels with a 4 speed transmission.
Here is a very nice booklet with 24 pages about Jeep In Public Service from 1966.
You will find in this booklet amazing applications for the world’s most useful vehicles. those applications are: Police, Public safety and civil defense, Public health, Forestry and Natural resources, Road and Park maintenance, Airports, Fire protection, Public education and utilities… It was for CJ-5, CJ-3B, jeep sedan delivery and station wagon, Jeep pick-up truck and also for CJ-6.
All the pictures are very nice and are a proof that they exist somewhere in the past. Some pictures are showing CJ-2A.
You have snow?! Here is two sheets about the Jeep Bros Sno-Flyr from 1959.
This snow blower was mounted on Jeep Univeral CJ-5. You need to check those blade rotor. Wow! I’m not sure if it was getting pack with snow. It was available with a secondary Willys F-4 engine or a Wisconsin VG4D power unit engine.
Here is four sheet about the Stahl Utility box for service Truck. It can be installed on FC-150, FC-170 and pick-up truck. As an electrician myself I would take the FC-170 with the MO-107 option sliding roof.
Here is a very nice booklet about Meyer Snow Plow from 1968.
It listed snow plow available for Jeep CJ-5, Gladiator pick-up truck, Wagoneer and Jeepster Commando. It also listed optional equipment like spreaders, snow plow lights and broom. It advertise the Meyer Cabs M-III for CJ-5 and CJ-6.
Here is a sheet advertising the Canfield helper Springs from 1967. The springs were designed primarily for wrecker use, and are unequalled in strength for carrying extra weight on all Jeep. They were made by Canfield Tow Bar Company.
Here is a Sales Flyer Jeep Forward Control FC-170 1959.
This is the Big brother of the FC-150! I still prefer his small brother. They were able to fit the Super Hurricane 6 engine in it! If I had to choose a model, it would be the DRW with a stake platform.
Here is a French Owner Manual CJ-2A first Edition. It’s the first one that I seen. It must be a rare manual. A reader sent me a pdf copy of it. I had to compress it but it still readable.
Voici un manuel du propriétaire en français du CJ-2A première édition! Je suis certain que c’est un manuel assez rare, C’est la première fois que j’en vois un. On me l’a envoyé en format pdf. J’ai dû le compresser mais il demeure lisable tout de même.
So for all my french Canadian reader here it is;
Alors le voici pour tous mes canadiens français qui me suivent;
Here is two sheet about the DayBrook Dump Hoist for Gladiator from 1964. It was for the J-200 and J-300 Gladiator pick-up truck series. I never saw one before. It seem to be on the same principle as the Dump-O-Matic Dump bed.
Here is two set of two sheets about Go For Digger Trenching and Back Hoe form 1968. The mandatory vehicle equipment was a 7000 lb dual wheel full floating rear axle, belt driven governor, heavy-duty springs. Wow! I call that a bad ass!
Here is two sheet about Whitco Snap in Carpeting 1967 for Jeep!
Yep! Carpet! You were able to buy the snap-in carpet for Jeep Universals CJ-5 and CJ-6. It was available in three rich and warms colors: Charcoal Brown, Medium Red and Aquamarine. I never saw a Jeep with it but it would be great if you own one to share it with us.