1980 jeep j10




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    Description. Jeep J10 pickup truck with a v8 manual transmission four- wheel-drive. . Jeep J Truck Hard to find in this great condition. This Jeep.

    In the s, Jeep® revolutionized the 4x4 market with the first compact 4-door SUV. Explore this time in Jeep® History and view the s Jeep® lineup.

    1980 jeep j10

    1980 jeep j10

    The Quadra-Trac system was now available with all engines. Excellent shape, no rust. Dana 44 axles front and rear. Dealer installed Meyers snow plow- amazing shape, works great. It runs and drives

    1980 jeep j10

    1980 jeep j10

    1980 jeep j10

    1980 jeep j10

    1980 jeep j10

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    The Jeep Gladiator , Jeep Pickup or J-series is a series of full-size pickup trucks based on the large Jeep SJ Wagoneer platform, which was built and sold under numerous marques from to The Gladiator was the basis of the first post-war U. Army trucks designed to be civilian vehicles and adapted to military use. The Gladiator nameplate was revived on a midsize pickup truck based on the fourth-generation Jeep Wrangler JL.

    Introduced in for the model year , the Gladiator was a conventional body on frame pickup design that shared its basic frame architecture and front end with the Jeep Wagoneer four-wheel-drive station wagon. Gladiator trucks were available as: Cab and Chassis; Wrecker; Stake Bed; and chassis -mounted campers with extended wheelbases. It was the first production overhead cam engine in an American light truck or SUV and one of the first OHC engines offered by an American manufacturer.

    1980 jeep j10

    In all RWD two-wheel drive versions, except for the J panel delivery, were dropped due to poor sales. For , the flared-fender Thriftside models were dropped while a new camper option was added for the J The Jeep trucks moved to all AMC engines to improve performance and standardize production and servicing.

    This was the truck's first styling change since its introduction. An AMC badge was also added on the grille. The Gladiator name was dropped after , after which the line was known simply as the Jeep pickup, or J-series. The pickups were designated as J and J models the series was dropped in until , then as J10 and J20 models from to The AMC cu in 5. The model designations were simplified for , with the J and the J, which designate wheel base, being swapped out for the J and J, designating payload capacity.

    1980 jeep j10

    Larger brakes were made standard and the turning radius reduced. The Quadra-Trac system was now available with all engines. These engines are known for their toughness and excellent power output. From to a rebodied version of the J was built and sold as the Jeep CJ , featuring a CJ-like nose and cab, as well as a very boxy redesigned rear truck-bed, somewhat resembling that of a Land-Rover.

    Chrysler bought out AMC in The full-size Jeep Pickup line was not only an aging model, but also competed directly with the broader range of Dodge trucks. Chrysler discontinued the full-size Jeep trucks, but continued to build the luxurious and highly profitable Grand Wagoneer , which shared the chassis with the large pickups.

    After the Chrysler buyout, the compact Jeep Comanche pickup based on the Jeep Cherokee XJ platform received only minor changes and its production continued until Military versions of the civilian Jeep pickup included the M and M, built from to They were built under contract for nations in addition to the United States. The Swedish Air Force acquired Gladiator vehicles in the early s. The vehicles were modified to be used by aircraft groundcrew for mobile flight line operations in the Swedish Bas 90 system, and could carry trailers with equipment and tow aircraft.

    1980 jeep j10

    It is often informally referred to as "The Dallas Jeep". From the "Honcho" trim package was offered on the J10 pickup. It consisted of bold striping and decals, and was offered with factory extras such as the Levi's interior or a roll bar. The content of the Honcho package varied from year to year, but "always included the wide-track look of the Cherokee Chief.

    The Honcho was one in a series of special decal packages offered for J-Series trucks in the mid to late s, which included the — Golden Eagle [10] and the "" version which offered an optional Citizens' Band radio along with the decals. The Honcho package was only available on the sportside stepside and short bed trucks. Between and , only 1, of the sportside versions were produced. Decal packages were available for many of Jeep's vehicles in the s, including a package for the Jeep Cherokee called the Cherokee Chief.

    1980 JEEP J10



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