|05-18-2013 10:13 AM|
This all started over a typo!
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|05-18-2013 08:05 AM|
|JTPhoto JK||That would indicate that there are in excess of 800,000 3.8L engines out there from the Wrangler alone. Guess it shouldn't be hard to find parts.|
|05-18-2013 03:10 AM|
Here's an educational list that I ran across, although it's currently outdated:
# MA: In 1941 this was the first prototype in the development of the Jeep. The M indicates a military vehicle and the A the first model.
# MB: This is the standard WWII military Jeep built from 1942-1945. The B indicated the second model of the series. (Just a note the Ford versions of the same Jeep were called the GPW. G for government, P for 80 inch wheel base and W for Willys.
# CJ-2: The first of the civilian model Jeeps. CJ stands for Civilian Jeep built from 1944-1945.
# CJ-2A: Civilian Jeep built from 1945-1949
# CJ-3A: Civilian Jeep built from 1948-1953, slight differences in body measurement.
# M-38: A military version of the CJ-3A but without tailgate and other modifications. Willys called it the MC model. Built from 1950-1955.
# CJ-3B: Very similar to CJ-3A but had a higher hood and allowed the use of the F-head engine. 1953-1964.
# M-606: Military version of the CJ-3B built from 1954-1968.
# CJ-4: Prototype in 1950 never saw production.
# CJ-V35U: Modified CJ-3A built in 1950 for the Navy.
# VJ: Early 2 wheel drive Jeepsters built in 1949-1950.
# M38A1: Military Jeep. Also known as the MD was a forerunner to the CJ-5. Built between 1954-1957 and maybe as far as 1971.
# FC-150: This was a pickup, cab forward, 80 inch wheelbase built from 1956-1964.
# FC-170: This was a pickup, cab forward, 103 inch wheelbase built from 1957-1964.
# CJ-5: Civilian Jeep, 81 inch wheelbase built from 1954-1971 and the 83.5 inch wheelbase from 1972-1986.
# CJ-6: Civilian Jeep with a 20 " longer wheelbase than the CJ5 built from 1956-1975.
# CJ-7: Updated CJ-5 with a 93.5" wheelbase built from 1976-1986.
# CJ-8: Pickup design with a 103.5" wheelbase called the Scrambler. Built from 1982-1986.
# CJ-10: Pickup version 110" wheelbase built for the military and sold overseas there was a shorter model call the CJ-10A.
# C-101: Jeepster built from 1966-1973.
# M-151: Military vehicle built by Jeep and designed by Ford. Full independent suspension with a unibody design.
# M-422/M-422A1: Built by AMC for the Marines in 1964.
# M-715: 1 1/4 ton truck built by Jeep in 1967-1969.
# DJ: various models of 2 wheel drive Jeeps similar to some CJ models.
# MJ: The Jeep Comanche pickup. Built from 1986-1992. J stands for Jeep and M is just a model number.
# XJ: The Jeep Cherokee built from 1984-2001.
# SJ or FSJ: A Fullsize Jeep Wagoneer or Cherokee built from 1963-1991.
# J: A fullsize Jeep Gladiator pickup built from 1963-1987.
# YJ: The Jeep Wrangler model built from 1987-1996.
# TJ: The Jeep Wrangler model built form 1997-2006.
# ZJ: The GrandCherokee built from 1993-1998.
# WJ: The current Grand Cherokee model built from 1999-2005.
# KJ: The Jeep Liberty.
# WK: JeepGrandCherokee 2006-
# XK: Jeep Commander 2006-
# JK: Jeep Wrangler model built from 2007-
|05-18-2013 12:00 AM|
I want to see when the JK reaches 2.9 million made. Then it will officially dethrone the XJ.
|05-17-2013 10:37 PM|
|Osage Orange||When I ordered mine I wanted specific hardware. A manual transmission and 3.73 gears alone made it a hard find so I had to order. So mine is more rare in that sense.|
|05-17-2013 10:12 PM|
|m25red||Both mine and my wife's were ordered. Nothing special though with the exception getting the 3.73's in both of them.|
|05-17-2013 10:09 PM|
|05-17-2013 09:12 PM|
|Osage Orange||I wonder how many JKs out of 1 million were ordered by customers vs dealer stock orders? Those of us who ordered may have more rare Jeeps!|
|05-17-2013 09:06 PM|
|OffRoadWarrior||That dude just knows manufacturing engineering and process... clearly has no passion for the product. If I ran the factory I'd keep #1M and stick it on display on the roof or something. ...but that would lose $15k in profit or whatever they make.|
|05-17-2013 07:38 PM|
|jeep2007||1000,000 take a licking , and still loudly ticking|
|05-17-2013 07:30 PM|
|jeep2007||It's NOT A CAR !! They should have interviewed an actual plant worker who actually builds them ... He or She would have clearly stated , IT'S A JEEP .. Notta car|
|05-17-2013 07:17 PM|
|05-17-2013 06:51 PM|
|BillyPete||waiting for #2,000,000 before i buy another one|
|05-17-2013 05:29 PM|
Wow, this could have been so cool and it stunk! They should let the old heads school these tools:
Jeep Grand Cherokee Intro 1992 - YouTube
|05-17-2013 05:26 PM|
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|05-17-2013 04:47 PM|
Sweet! Happy to be one of 1,000,000 and growing
Happy jeepin everyone!
|05-17-2013 04:11 PM|
|MCDavis||Interesting that the CJ5 and TJ/LJ have identical production numbers.|
|05-17-2013 04:08 PM|
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|05-17-2013 03:05 PM|
Kidding, really. Awesome vehicle, glad Wranglers are selling strong.
|05-17-2013 03:02 PM|
That means the JK is the most produce model
CJ2A - 214202
CJ3A - 131843
CJ3B - 155494
M38 - 1423
M38A1 - 101488
M170 - 5881
CJ5 - 603303
CJ6 - 50172
DJ3A - 13606
CJ5A - 7394
CJ6A - 459
DJ6A - 4353
C101 - 77543
CJ7 - 379299
CJ8 - 27792
YJ - 632,231
TJ/LJ - 603,303
JK - 1,000,000 as of 5/17/2013 11am and growing
|05-17-2013 02:56 PM|
|mollyg||It would be cool if the vin has 1 000 000 incorporated in it.|
|05-17-2013 02:53 PM|
|05-17-2013 02:28 PM|
|laollis||Black 10th ED. Rubi to Florida. Nice.|
|05-17-2013 02:02 PM|
Damn, that beer pic made me thirsty...3 more hours til beer:30!!!!
That was so awkward. But, the news that a customer gets it was super cool.
I think the exec with the accent also called the 4-door a Limitied instead of Unlimited. BACK TO YOUR OFFICE EXEC!!! No beer for you!
|05-17-2013 01:59 PM|
|sevenservices||cool! there are a lot on the road around here in MI for sure!!!|
|05-17-2013 01:52 PM|
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