Willys & Jeep Identification

Willys MB & Ford GPW 1941-1945 - Windshield height 23", flat fenders, split windshield, no tailgate, recessed headlights top mounted windshield wipers, rear mounted spare tire, hood height 6". 5"x5.5" rim bolt pattern. 80" Wheelbase. The Willys chassis front cross-member is tubular, while the Ford GPW is an inverted U shape.
Willys Jeep CJ2A 1945-1949 - Windshield height 25", flat fenders, split windshield, has tailgate, top mounted windshield wipers, side mounted spare tire, hood height 6". 5"x5.5" rim bolt
Willys Jeepster VJ 1948-1951 - 2wd convertable sports car Jeep produced by Willys Overland on the 4-63 chassis (Willys 4x2 wagon).
Willys Jeep CJ3A 1949-1953 - Windshield height 27", flat fenders, one piece windshield, vent in middle of windshield, bottom mounted windshield wipers, hood height 6". 5"x5.5" rim bolt pattern. 80" Wheelbase.
Willys Jeep Truck 19471964 - Similar to the Willys Jeep Wagon, Wheel base is 118", Engines L4-134 Go-Devil, F4-134 Hurricane, 6-226 Super Hurricane I6, 1950-64 V-Shaped Front Grille.
Willys Station Wagon 19461964 - Flat Grille 1945-49, Wheel base is 104.5", Engines L4-134 Go-Devil, F4-134 Hurricane, F6 6-161 Hurricane I6, 6-226 Super Hurricane I6, 1950-64 V-Shaped Front Grille.
Willys Jeep M38 1950-1952 - Windshield height 27", flat fenders, one piece windshield, vent in middle of windshield, bottom mounted windshield wipers, hood height 6". 5"x5.5" rim bolt, originally 24 Volt Ignition System.
Willys Jeep M38A1 1952-1966 - 80" Wheelbase, Windshield width 59", rounded fenders, one piece windshield, F4-134 Hurricane Engine, 5"x5.5" rim bolt pattern, no Tail Gate, originally 24 Volt Ignition System.
Willys Jeep CJ3B 1953-1964 - Windshield height 22-1/2", hood height 10-1/2", one-piece windshield, has tailgate, bottom mounted windshield wipers, side mounted tire carrier. 5"x5.5" rim bolt.
Dispatch Jeep DJ3A 1956-1964 - The DJ3A was a flat fender postal & delivery Jeep similar to the CJ3A except it was two wheel drive. The engine was the L4-134 "Go Devil" Flathead. All DJ models were 2wd. It was produced from 1956 until 1964
Jeep CJ5 1955-1975 - 80" Wheelbase and CJ5 with 81" wheelbase. Windshield width 59", round fender Jeep, one piece windshield, no factory door hinges, windshield retainer welded on vehicle, windshield at 90 angle to hood. 5"x5.5" rim bolt pattern.
Jeep CJ6 1955-1975 - Windshield width 59", round fender Jeep, one piece windshield, no factory door hinges, windshield retainer welded on vehicle, windshield at 90 angle to hood. CJ6 is the same basic vehicle as an early model CJ5 except with an extended rear body tub and 101" wheelbase for '55-'71 and 103" wheelbase for '72-'75. 5"x5.5" rim bolt pattern.
Forward Control FC-150 1957-1964 - Wheel base 81", F4-134 Hurricane Engine, FC-150 models used the frame of the CJ-5, 78" bed.
Dispatch Jeep DJ5 1965-1982 - The DJ-5 was introduced in 1965. The DJ is the Postal Jeep most people recognize today. They also produced a long version from 1965 until 1968, the DJ-6. The DJ-5 was made by Jeep into the early 70's and production continued under AM General till 1982. All DJ models were 2wd.
Jeepster Commando C101 1967-1971 - Jeep roadster with either a full soft top, a half hardtop forming a truck. Wheel base is 101" forming the model number.
Jeep Commando C104 1972-1973 - Jeep roadster with either a full soft top, a half hardtop forming a truck. Wheel base is 104" forming the model number. Front Grille was changed from the traditional Jeep style design.
Jeep CJ5 1976-1983 - Windshield width 55", round fender Jeep, one piece windshield, factory roll bar, bottom mounted windshield wipers, factory mounted door hinges, windshield retainer screws on, sloped windshield. Measures 71-1/2" from door hinge to rear of vehicle. 5"x5.5" rim bolt pattern. 83.5" wheelbase.
Jeep CJ7 1976-1986 - Windshield width 55", round fender Jeep, one piece windshield, factory roll bar, bottom mounted windshield wipers, factory mounted door hinges, has either no windshield retainer or screw-in design. Measures 81" from door hinge to rear of vehicle. 93.5" wheelbase. 5"x5.5" rim bolt pattern.
Jeep CJ8 Scrambler 1981-1985 - Windshield width 55", round fender Jeep, one piece windshield, factory roll bar, bottom mounted windshield wipers, factory mounted door hinges, 103.5" wheelbase. 5"x5.5" rim bolt pattern.
Jeep Wrangler YJ 1987-1995 - Windshield width 55", round fender Jeep, one-piece windshield, factory roll bar with horizontal supports, rectangular headlights and turn signal lights, and a squared off front grille. Comes with either half or full hard doors. 93.4" wheelbase. 5"x4.5" rim bolt pattern.
Jeep Wrangler TJ 1997-2006 - Windshield width 55". Round headlights. Center Tailgate mounted spare tire carrier with brake light. Tailgate opens to the side. 93.4" wheelbase. Coil spring 5 link suspension. Equipped with both driver and passenger side air bags. 5"x4.5" rim bolt pattern.
Jeep Wrangler JK 2007-Present - Brand new design of the old Wrangler, new 3.8L V6 engine. Plastic front fenders and grill. Coil Spring 5 link suspension. 95.4" wheel base. 5 on 5" rim bolt pattern. Three Piece Modular hardtop. 2 door and 4 door versions.
Jeep Cherokee XJ 1984-2001 - First uni-body Jeep vehicle. Suspension is mounted to the sub-frame of vehicle. Coil spring front suspension with leaf springs in the rear. Available in both 2 door and 4 door versions, both versions have the same wheel base.
Jeep Grand Cherokee ZJ 1993-1998 - Larger than the XJ Cherokee, optionally V8 engine. The first Jeep vehicle to use the Quadra-Coil design. Optional Quadra-trac II transfer four-wheel drive system.
Jeep Grand Cherokee WJ 1999-2004 - Replacement for the ZJ with modern lines, larger interior space by putting the spare tire under the cargo area floor.