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Randy Walker’s 1969 Jeepster Commando

Randy Walker sent us photos and info of his 1969 Jeepster Commando that he bought…

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1969 Jeepster Commando

This 1969 Jeepster Commando was just posted in the Off Road Action classifieds. Click here to….

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Cruisin’ Grand Escondido

The 2014 Cruisin’ Grand car show kicks off tonight in Escondido, CA. This is a weekly car show…

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Restoration of the Race Jeepster

I recently met had the pleasure of meeting Sandy Cone at the Parker 425 race in February. I had…

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The 27th Annual Vista Burger Run

The 27th Annual Burger Run was held January 11th at Peppertree Frosty in Vista, CA…

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1970 Jeepster

This 1970 Jeepster was spotted recently in downtown San Diego by our friend Art from GETSOMEphoto…

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2013 Bantam Jeep Heritage Festival

The 3rd annual Bantam Jeep Heritage Festival was held June 14-16, 2013. The festival is…

From The Archives #104

What a great vintage photo of a 1972 Jeep Commando!

From The Archives #97

1968 Kaiser Jeepster Commando “C-101” 4 wheel drive with a 160hp Dauntless V6.

From The Archives #88

1973 Commando – 304, Auto, Trac Loc , Warn 8274. Flipped it in a EC4WDA race near South Williamsport in the early 80’s. Very capable off road vehicle.

1969 Jeep Jeepster For Sale!

This 1969 Jeep Jeepster is for sale on Long Beach, California Craigs List. Although the photos are pretty small, it looks in pretty good shape. Known as the ugly big brother of the Jeep CJ-7, the Jeepster has a cult following throughout North America. (Although it is not as ugly as the Bullnose) The larget size offers more interior room, but the unique body style is often what draws fans to the Jeepster. For $3450, this Jeepster seems to be a good deal. What do you think? Are you a fan of the Jeep Jeepster or Commando?

From The Archives #67

What a great shop of a Jeepster rusting away..

1969 Kaiser Jeep XJ001 Bolide Prototype

A few months ago, we featured an article about the 1969 Kaiser Jeep XJ001 prototype. Today, we have this photo is a 1969 Kaiser Jeep factory shot of the XJ002 “Bolide” concept. The word Bolide means “a large meteor that explodes in the atmosphere,” which is maybe appropriate for a flashy concept car that was never produced. It”s also an unusual name for a Jeep, but this was an unusual Jeep. Its plastic roof had bulges for head clearance. Built on a Commando V6 chassis, the off-road sports car was shown at the 1970 NYC Auto Show, and reportedly the XJ002 still survives and is undergoing restoration

1969 Jeep Commando Jeepster V6 For Sale

This 1969 Jeep Commando Jeepster is for sale on Bring A Trailer for finding this neat rig!

1971 SC-1 Jeepster

Once again, I was going through some older posts on the Hemmings Blog when I came across this beautiful 1971 Jeep Jeepster. Not only is it rare because of the SC-1 package, but it is also a half cab. This unique Jeepster is owned by Judy Emerson from the Bronx and is seen at AMC […]

Hurst Jeepster On Ebay!

If you read our Hurst Jeepster articles Here and Here , you know that the Hurst Jeepster is a rare Jeep. Now you have a chance to own your very own piece of history, a 1971 Hurst Jeepster .

Hurst Jeepster Photos

Our Hurst Jeepster and American Jeepster Club articles were very popular. Here is a few more Hurst Jeepster photos that we have come across. I did not realize that the tach was built into the hood scoop!

American Jeepster Club

A lot of you enjoyed the article a few weeks ago on the Hurst Jeepster . The American Jeepster Club is another group of Jeepster enthusiasts that live, breath and bleed the unique Jeep. In 1988 The American Jeepster club (AJC) was formed to help Jeepster owners “network”, and find and sell parts. The club […]

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