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Jeep DJ5 Parts and Jeep DJ5 Accessories

Jeeps have always been advertised with a heavy emphasis on their vehicle's off-road capabilities and heavy-duty performance. This has remained true throughout their different models, and they all owe it to the original multi-purpose jeeps that were used by the army back during World War 2. Today, Jeep is a major brand under the Chrysler Group but has still stuck to its roots by continuing to produce tough and rugged SUVs and other utility vehicles. Part of the brand's charm is their line of special utility vehicles such as the Jeep DJ5, which are now considered as classic collector items.

The Dispatcher Jeep, more commonly known as the Jeep DJ, was a small two-wheel drive vehicle that was produced from 1955 up to 1984. The DJ series was actually made by three different companies as the Jeep brand transferred from one manufacturer to another. These small vehicles were originally made by Willys Motors in 1955 before the brand was bought by Kaiser Jeep in 1963 and then by American Motors in 1970. If you've been to Mexico or Hawaii, you'll easily recognize the Jeep DJ as they are popular cars for tours and are commonly used by the resorts in these places. However, in North America, most people are probably more familiar with the Jeep DJ5 as it was used by the United States Postal Service.

The Dispatcher Jeep, more commonly known as the Jeep DJ, was a small two-wheel drive vehicle that was produced from 1955 up to 1984. The DJ series was actually made by three different companies as the Jeep brand transferred from one manufacturer to another. These small vehicles were originally made by Willys Motors in 1955 before the brand was bought by Kaiser Jeep in 1963 and then by American Motors in 1970. If you've been to Mexico or Hawaii, you'll easily recognize the Jeep DJ as they are popular cars for tours and are commonly used by the resorts in these places. However, in North America, most people are probably more familiar with the Jeep DJ5 as it was used by the United States Postal Service.