Have a look at this fully restored and rare 1973 Jeep Commando. They were produced from 1966 to 1973, which would make this the last year Commando made. This Jeep gets its power from a Chevrolet 350 cubic inch V8 engine that is connected to an Turbo400 automatic transmission and is all wheel drive capable. You will find many new upgrades under the hood such as HEI electronic distributor, alternator, 4 barrel Edelbrock carburetor, Edelbrock intake, hood hinges, air conditioning, brake booster, master cylinder, power steering, and headers. The interior features two low-back style seats that come in Black vinyl and with matching door panels. It also has a new plush headliner with an overhead Kenwood stereo unit mounted nicely. Other interior features include Rally style Jeep steering wheel, new black carpet, rubber floor mats, and 4x4 gear selector. This particular 2 door convertible truck has had its top “fixed”. It sports Jet Black paint and the bed has been Ryno-lined along with the rear bumper. Other exterior features include Gray pin striping, rear mounted spare tire with cover, and large side mirrors. It sits on aftermarket Ion wheels that are wrapped in Wild Trac 255/70/15 tires and are stopped by power disc brakes up front and drum in the rear. Take this cool classic on an adventure with family and friends today!