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05-18-2013 09:13 AM
TOK
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Originally Posted by SLICE55 View Post
You say that because you have a 4 door urban mall crawling station wagon that was designed for soccer moms to pick up grocerys with.


This all started over a typo!
05-18-2013 07:27 AM
SLICE55
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Originally Posted by jadmt View Post
yup, much more car like and more suited for urban use then the real jeeps of past generations.
You say that because you have a 4 door urban mall crawling station wagon that was designed for soccer moms to pick up grocerys with.
05-18-2013 07:05 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 02:10 AM
David M
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Originally Posted by Alexia View Post
I want to see when the JK reaches 2.9 million made. Then it will officially dethrone the XJ.
I'm speculating that the JK will eventually make it to around 1,500,000 units, and then with the redesign in 2016-17 (?), it will be given a new designation. Who knows, Jeep may clean the entire slate by then, and rename it something besides Wrangler.


Here's an educational list that I ran across, although it's currently outdated: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-
05-17-2013 11:00 PM
Alexia
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Originally Posted by TOK View Post
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
HA! That was awesome! The police Jeep escorts with the XJ being used as a camera lead. Then busting down the glass at the end!

I want to see when the JK reaches 2.9 million made. Then it will officially dethrone the XJ.
05-17-2013 09:37 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 09:12 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 09:09 PM
JKWrangler2012
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Originally Posted by Osage Orange View Post
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!
Mine was ordered ..but anything besides rare
05-17-2013 08:12 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 08:06 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 06:38 PM
jeep2007 1000,000 take a licking , and still loudly ticking
05-17-2013 06:30 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 06:17 PM
TOK
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Originally Posted by rics1997 View Post
That means the JK is the most produce model

YJ - 632,231
TJ/LJ - 603,303
I'm shocked at this one... I would have bet money that way more TJ's were produced than YJ's!
05-17-2013 05:51 PM
BillyPete waiting for #2,000,000 before i buy another one
05-17-2013 04:29 PM
TOK 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 04:26 PM
jadmt
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Originally Posted by CrispyB View Post
Are you saying the JK is a grocery getter?
yup, much more car like and more suited for urban use then the real jeeps of past generations.
05-17-2013 04:23 PM
nekojku Pretty cool!!
05-17-2013 04:22 PM
CrispyB
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Originally Posted by rics1997 View Post
That means the JK is the most produce model
Are you saying the JK is a grocery getter?
05-17-2013 03:47 PM
JKWrangler2012 Sweet! Happy to be one of 1,000,000 and growing


Happy jeepin everyone!
05-17-2013 03:11 PM
MCDavis Interesting that the CJ5 and TJ/LJ have identical production numbers.
05-17-2013 03:08 PM
jkjeeper06
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Originally Posted by woansleftpeg View Post

Not if you count CJ as one model.
On one hand I'd like to, but they had over a 30 year run. The jk did it in 7 model years. On the other hand, it has been relatively very popular compared to the older models in foreign markets which has helped
05-17-2013 02:24 PM
woansleftpeg
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Originally Posted by rics1997 View Post
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
DJ5A -4305
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
Not if you count CJ as one model.
05-17-2013 02:05 PM
Michigunman
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Originally Posted by rics1997 View Post
That means the JK is the most produce model

JK - 1,000,000 as of 5/17/2013 11am and growing
More of them to hate .

Kidding, really. Awesome vehicle, glad Wranglers are selling strong.
05-17-2013 02:02 PM
rics1997 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
DJ5A -4305
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 01:56 PM
mollyg It would be cool if the vin has 1 000 000 incorporated in it.
05-17-2013 01:53 PM
Strokerswild
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Originally Posted by MTJeeper View Post
Even after 1,000,000 Wranglers they still can't put a decent f@&$'ing paint job on these things.
05-17-2013 01:28 PM
laollis Black 10th ED. Rubi to Florida. Nice.
05-17-2013 01:02 PM
Mark b 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 12:59 PM
sevenservices cool! there are a lot on the road around here in MI for sure!!!
05-17-2013 12:52 PM
Michigunman
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Originally Posted by live_slow View Post
I suspect the dude in FL who gets that 10A is pretty happy.
No doubt. Wonder if he knows yet.
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